Tag Archives: Dirty Words

Movie Words

“We don’t use those movie words in front of other people.” True stories are the best kinds of stories. This all came about in a matter of seconds: Arguably the first word most children learn how to say is “No”. … Continue reading

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America’s Love Affair with the Automobile

An automobile is a big chunk of the False Freedom we all enjoy. Far too many people are caught up in a feed-back loop of buying a car to get to work in order to pay for the car to … Continue reading

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The Dirtiest Word in The English Language

What is the dirtiest word in the English language? While it does have its equivalents in some other tongues, most languages, especially those languages that are soon to be extinct – have not, and never even had, an equivalent term. … Continue reading

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Dirty Words

I would not characterize myself as a particularly precocious child. I would rather just say I was curious – but curiosity is an instinct. It was about the third grade, when I was about eight years old and, having learned … Continue reading

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Bastard

Bastard  [often misused in the pejorative indicating a bad man] 1) fatherless lacking a male role model or adult mentor 2) disenfranchised lacking the means or right to engage in an economic enterprise or participate in the marketplace of providing … Continue reading

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