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The worse swearword in the world?

Well, it's cunt, obviously, but this article is a bullshit way to write about it. White collar, hold my hands, upper middle class, oh, look, the children bullshit. The Guardian really needs to speak to me.
Someone direct them to me, please.


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Oct. 24th, 2007 03:58 am (UTC)
so long as the children don't ever learn the absolute baddest swear word in the universe. ssshhhhhh. Spadger! There, I said it.
Oct. 24th, 2007 12:58 pm (UTC)
you and your fake words :P
Oct. 24th, 2007 04:52 am (UTC)
And it isn't spadger! It's bongmox. Fuck, I'm gonna get grounded now...

And I agree: it seems a rather long and round about way to drop in the cunt word into the article. It seemed that there was some juvenile sense of satisfaction from the author at swearing in a proper article. And showing off that you have a nice middle-class life. Cunt.
Oct. 24th, 2007 01:00 pm (UTC)
apparently we might be missing the context for it--still, i stand by my opinion, tho.
Oct. 24th, 2007 05:37 am (UTC)
Fuck those middle class cunts. They should just shut up.
Oct. 24th, 2007 01:02 pm (UTC)
Oct. 24th, 2007 01:14 pm (UTC)
Oct. 24th, 2007 01:16 pm (UTC)
Speaking (if it's not clear) as a middle class cunt.
Oct. 24th, 2007 01:29 pm (UTC)


say it ain't true!
Oct. 24th, 2007 06:37 am (UTC)
Dude, you've got to get off this streak of bagging stuff that any idiot could've predicted would be decidedly sub-par. First it was a public announcement by JK Rowling and the ensuing reaction from fanficcers, second it was a shitty Hollywood action film, and third it's a banal column from the living breathing genre of banal, un-funny recounting-my-crazy-family-life newspaper columns.

Please, set the bar higher and slam something that anyone, anywhere might expect not to suck!
Oct. 24th, 2007 12:56 pm (UTC)
are we feeling disastisfied lately, huh?
Oct. 24th, 2007 10:51 pm (UTC)
Hell yes, boring day at work, you got in the way ...

Anyway you've been the blog-slammer's equivalent of a flat-track bully over the past few posts.

Oct. 25th, 2007 12:08 am (UTC)
well, you can't be winning all the time, man.
Oct. 24th, 2007 09:52 am (UTC)
I think you may be taking it out of context of the style of his weekly - it was meant to be funny and Ronson constantly reveals himself as a paranoid, whiney, needy dickhead. It's much more about revealing himself as a bad father (other than bad husband, colleague, friend, rival) than any real fear of polluting his son.

He's recently stopped doing the column - and the word "limone" returns to bite him: "http://www.guardian.co.uk/weekend/story/0,,2168074,00.html"

His specialism is writing about conspiracy theories and nut-job organisations - The Men Who Stare At Goats and Them: Adventures with Extremists are the relevant tomes.
Oct. 24th, 2007 01:03 pm (UTC)
well, i suppose. i still reckon the piece is just on the irritating side...
Oct. 24th, 2007 03:46 pm (UTC)
Ah yes, revisiting the topic that made me first fall in love with your journal:)
Oct. 25th, 2007 12:07 am (UTC)
i never forget tha which makes me loved :)
Oct. 24th, 2007 11:37 pm (UTC)
Well Ben, it wouldn't have made much of an article thus:

"Dad, what's the worst swear word?"

"It's cunt, you silly prick!"
Oct. 25th, 2007 12:07 am (UTC)
yeah, but he could have done a lot more with it. there's heaps about the word cunt out there. books about it,e ven.
Oct. 25th, 2007 12:42 am (UTC)
bad, bad words for nice things
I'm editing a C19th diary, and there's one word which is unmistakable, and a rather alarming in context. She writes: 'he will cunt me no more though I lose my life for it.' The word is here a verb, and she's talking about the abusive husband from whom she's run away.
Luckily the publishers don't have a problem with it.

Lucy Sussex
Oct. 25th, 2007 02:55 am (UTC)
Re: bad, bad words for nice things
you know, ithink i've heard it used in that context before... not sure where, though.
Oct. 25th, 2007 12:47 pm (UTC)
Re: bad, bad words for nice things
"Cunt" is happily used as a verb over here in Glasgow -- meaning to smack someone about, headbutt them or something similar (as in "Ah pure cunted the wee nyaff."). Don't know how widespread that useage is outside Scotland though.
Oct. 26th, 2007 01:34 am (UTC)
very true. I agree that the tone of the article is sickening sugar-coated. It's obscene that with all the bad shit happening in the world, a single word can still have people quaking in their boots.
Feb. 21st, 2008 07:38 am (UTC)
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Mar. 24th, 2008 03:32 pm (UTC)
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