Fück off is such a lovely pair of words. And it's international. I don't care where you are. If someone's fücking with your bags in Lhasa Airport in Tibet and you say "Hey! Fück off!" He knows exactly what you mean... exactly. And he will fück off, off he will fück. Fück off doesn't mean "go away" fück off means "fück off." And everyone feels what it means no one can write it down. There is no English equivalent for fück off because... it is English. And English expressions don't have English equivalents they fücking... are... y'know? (sorry for tooting my own horn there)
@Midnite St0rm, at least give credit to the original source
@Buddhabooty , the original source is Bill Connolly from the movie "Fück" but I posted an actual pic of it not too long ago which is why I made this comment. And why I said "tooting my own horn" ID 322948
@Midnite St0rm, - Billy Connolly
"No longer from head to foot than from hip to hip, she is spherical, like a globe, I could find out countries in her."
(Or "yo mama so fat" by
@indifferent penguin, did you just quote Comedy of Errors?
For he thou verbalize that he was not second but the place held in reservation of a higher purpose (Shakespeare for “first” - dont kill me! 😖)
For some reason this reminds me, for those curious, there’s a coding language based entirely on Shakespeare and it’s definitely worth taking a look at.
Please tell me this is real
@megamanx181x, just checked, it is. Shakespeare translator @ shmoop.com
@Agent York, you sir are a scholar and a saint