Who ever thought that the F word could be funny. I know I didn’t until I got an email all about the F word. Before I get to that though, I have to tell you, this isn’t the first time I’ve written about the F word. Nope, ages ago I even wrote an F word poem.
So, when is F#$% Acceptable?
There are only 11 times in history where the F word has been considered acceptable for use. They are as follows:
F Word In History
- “What the F#$% do you mean, we are sinking?” — Capt. EJ. Smith of RMS Titanic, 1912
- “What the F#$% was that?” — Mayor Of Hiroshima , 1945
- “Where did all those F#$%ing Indians come from?” — George Custer, 1877
- “Any @#F%ing idiot could understand that.” — Albert Einstein, 1938
- “It does so F#$%ing look like her!” — Picasso, 1926
- “How the F#$% did you work that out?” — Pythagoras, 126 BC
- “You want WHAT on the F#$%ing ceiling?” — Michelangelo, 1566
- “Where the F#$% are we?” — Amelia Earhart, 1937
- “Scattered F#$%ing showers, my ass!” — Noah, 4314 BC
- “Aw c’mon Monica. Who the F#$% is going to find out?” — Bill Clinton, 1998
And the best one ever has to be……
- “There is no F#$%ing way Trump will ever become President” — Hilary Clinton 2016
As it turns out, my F poem wasn’t the only post that included the “F” word. There was this other post all about political correctness that I know you’re going to love. A word of warning though, that post actually contains the F word so you may want to take that into consideration.
Truth be told. I think that the “F” word gets used way too much today. Heck. so many comedians must think that’s it’s mandatory to throw the F word into their jokes. You can’t blame them either the way folk laugh at their jokes.
It’s such a shame that todays comedians can’t be more like some of the old classic comedians like Abbott and Costello. Like the old classic, Who’s On First routine.