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Man Utd fan John hots out at Rooney swearing on BBC Radio 5 live
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An answerphone message left on a colleagues voicemail...
Take My Wife, Please...
Yeah I find her occasionally funny like when she interviewed Justin Beiber (it's on YouTube)...she says to him lords stuff I wished someone would say but didn't have the guts. You should listen to it see what ya think. As for just regular comedy, I find her Unfunny but occasionally spits out something good (not often enough though). I can completely relate to you on the cursing comedians though...I've said that for a long time now. My father feels the same although his best friend is Jackie Mason & I don't always find him funny either lol... I hate when they just curse constantly....and use the curses as the actual act...ADDING a curse DOES NOT make bad routines funny. If your REALLY funny then it's not needed. I am no prude either. I've just heard MANY hilarious comedians who do not curse or they do it very little. Thanks for the listen,... you say a lot of things I can relate to. I love the 80's too & your dead on when u said 80's bands sound EXACTLY the same live. It's a shame. Anyway, maybe one day we'll chat,,,I'm almost positive it'd be a very interesting conversation lol. Here is the video I mentioned and for the record, I'm not a Bieber fan lol http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ko44vu7Zkbc&feature=youtube_gdata_player Damn, I really do ramble on...sorry!
I noticed this idea that a swear word will get a laugh, in the '80's. I didn't get it then & i don't get it now. It's a pity that comedians haven't grown up. It's not funny & it's not clever either. I suspect the swearing is meant to diguise the persons lack of talent, or funny material. Sebastian Bach was in Skid Row btw ;)
@kenrg Yeah Ken...that's her name. She came across as a real hack!! She may not have been using using autotune, but her hair extensions weren't real!
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Swearword of the day : Cunt
Recorded 9am, Thu 11 August.. A familiar figure round these parts, he walks along the street in a fedora, a briefcase in one hand, a phone to his ear in the other, shouting. As Norman MacCaig wrote in 'After His Death' (1971), dedicated to the then still-alive Hugh MacDiarmid (born 11 Aug 1892):'The government decreed that / on the anniversary of his birth / the people should observe / two minutes pandemonium.'
Wroxham FC vs Norwich Utd: Team noise
Hahaha. Oh well. I might try and snip a U rated minute out of last night's game. Like you say, it's a shame - this recording is one of my better ones.
This is an excellent recording with a vivid image - it puts the listener right in the scene. So it is with genuine regret that I can't add this to the UK SoundMap, because of the strong swearing on it. That's to cover our own backs and avoid newspaper articles with titles like 'Sound Map of Filth - and YOU'RE paying for it'.
Worms & nuts & piles, oh my! @bahbahbrabsheep
no social media swearing allowed
TTC RAGE! R RATED FOR LANGUAGE, RAGING BUSCHIC
Podcast Five: BATTLE OF THE BEARDS
Podcast Five is here like a melon being shot from a cyber cannon. In this weeks episode, Ben tells Matt off for swearing, Matt sings...
A.N Wilson says 'bollocks' on Today prog
Wroxham FC vs Norwich Utd: Some commentary
Flick You? (@FiremanRich (@DFBmbe))
The article mentioned in my boo relating to the boo art is here -...
Ha! Tattoos on knuckles are always distasteful ;) If my child read it (and similar situations have happened) I would tell them that the person wearing it probably thinks its funny, but that lots of people don't like the word, therefore they should be very careful before deciding to use it themselves, as choosing to do so could reflect badly on them and make other people think they are not nice people. If it was my mum - I would tell her to laugh of course!
Hi Kate :) Great comments! The necklace is a public use of the C word and it is like saying it to everyone who can see it. Would a tattoo with the same word on a man's knuckles equally amuse you? If you sat in a restaurant with your children and mother and on the next table was a woman wearing that necklace in plain sight would that be equally amusing? For your mother? For your children?
(Ooops pressed post before I had finished). I can't think of a time when a visual gesture wouldn't be considered offensive. Therefore whether illegal or not surely as society we shouldn't encourage people to do it.
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Drinking Game Bug
Dinner With Mad Mel
Let's eat - with Mel Gibson!
Using the "C Word", National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh 17/09/2010 14:40
Thanks mythalatte, that's on the UK SoundMap now.
Man Utd fan hits out at Rooney swearing on BBC Radio 5 Live
Woman Talking About a "Massive Screaming Match" on the Train Just Outside Paddington Station, London 29/08/2014 19:21
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