Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Swear Words Are Funny

Slow news day.

NSFW!

19 comments:

Ramon Insertnamehere said...

And here's me at work, without a lip-reader nearby.

Boogeyman said...

The good filters of the public service protect me from such NSFW content.

And I believe the citizens of New South Fucking Wales object to internet dweebs appropriating their state's name to label such online filth.

Perseus said...

Although the clip contains the words, "Shut that cunts mouth or I'll come over and fuck-start her head," it really isn't any more NSFW than a standard everyday post by Ramon or Hack.

Ramon Insertnamehere said...

I shouldn't really complain, seeing as how the standard response from the media unit after dealing with a question from a journo is "useless fuckin' cunt".

Maybe that's why they've moved us far, far away from the normal public servants.

wari lasi said...

I used to go out with a chick who spoke like that.

I'm serious, but not for long. She got me into too many fights, and did I mention that I'm a crap fighter.

"Do you want to do the man dance"? was amusing.

And can one of you journalism majors out there tell me whether the question mark above should be inside or outside the quotation marks.

It's a slow day here too.

Ramon Insertnamehere said...

Inside.

Puss In Boots said...

Meh. Not my kind of humour, I guess.

wari lasi said...

Thanks Ramon.

Ramon Insertnamehere said...

I used to go out with a chick who spoke like that.

Her surname wasn't Neal, was it?

wari lasi said...

Quick Ramon, quick. No, and it was pre Mrs L who I married back in 1987. I'm an old fart remember. Her surname escapes me, and I wouldn't put it here even if I could remember it, but her first name was Kara. One very, very demanding girl.

catlick said...

So good I watched it twice. I had a thing for Diana Prince/WW. Resurrection!

Ramon Insertnamehere said...

I had a thing for Diana Prince/WW

In a "girl-on-cartoon-girl" sort of thing, catlick?

catlick said...

Ahhh, Ramon, the Pantheon of 'girls' who jostle for attention in my catholic* mind! Call it what you will: a boarding school education coupled with summers spent with an agnostic agrophopic aunt who had the local book mobile on a string...I read widely, and developed many literary underpinnings for my various 'interests'.
*note small c

catlick said...

Learned to read, but, apparently, did not learn how to spell.

AGORAPHOBIC

eat my shorts said...

"Agrophobic"

Me too. That rancid little puppet gives me the heebie jeebies.

Kerces said...

Funny Ramon, that's similar to my response on dealing with many media units (though it's internalised unless the situation is extreme).

homesick said...

Just to add to this thread of tasteless humour and bad language..

I give you Postman Pat, Geordie style.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=ccmRhskS7GI

The Red Setter said...

That was funny.

miss-lithi said...

Fucking funny.