Fug or Frack

dogbone

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Frack is good, in fact it's fracking good. But what about fug? It has the advantage of being a real word.

fug |fʌg| noun [in sing. ] Brit., informal a warm stuffy or smoky atmosphere in a room : the cozy fug of the music halls.

Who give a fug anyway.
 

kretzy

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I went through a bit of a fug phase a few years ago, it was fun. Frack is the in thing now though so I wouldn't be caught dead saying fug. :D
 

~Shard~

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Sharewaredemon said:
Yeah I noticed a few of you using frack a couple months back here, especially iGary, 'tis a good word.
Just start watching BSG (if you haven't been already, then shame on you!) and you'll soon start saying it all the time as well... ;) :cool:
 

Chundles

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Fark. From the great King of Australian comedy - Graeme Kennedy. Faaaaark.... FAAAAAARRK!!!!
 

jsw

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Raised on comics (literally... my parents thought that was how potty training worked for humans as well as puppies), I tend to use #!@?&%.
 

jsw

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Mitthrawnuruodo said:
...oh, and I also quite like Feck!
I suppose if I'm going to post my picture on these forums I might as well accept that it'll be used from time to time....

#!@&%$@
 

floriflee

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Oh, the pseudo-swear words are endless....

Frack, fug, flip, fetch, frell, friggin', freak....

If you're a Firefly fan you may also find yourself saying Gorram... as in "I wish you'd stop that gorram pseudo-swearing! It's getting on my frackin' nerves!"
 

devilot

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Fug? Ick. Doesn't roll off the tongue well at all. Fudge. But usually I stick to the original version. Another 'f' word is feminisim.
 

Sharewaredemon

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Funny story, in grade 12 on the first day of school during out homeroom orientation thingy, the teacher was saying how we couldn't swear, to which one of the students aghast asked: "So what am I supposed to say: Fun you?"

I found it rather funny, and ended up saying that for the duration of the year.
 

Nickygoat

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Go with muddy funkster if you want a personal insult.
Harry Enfields "edited for TV version" of Goodfellas in case you were wondering ;) :D
A classic clip.