Cursing, America England [Pic]

Submitted by: QueenZira 3 years ago in Funny

Ah culture...
There are 25 comments:
Male 1,059
"Cheese and sprinkles!"
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Male 7,774
madduck- an iron lamp post? were you in Victorian England?
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Female 2,691
"I meant to do that." (I speak cat.)
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Female 9,562
Funny, my father swears up a storm when he stubs his toes.
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Male 1,164
Canada: "Oh sorry table, that was my bad eh."
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Male 767
in texas it happens: Ow-Godd*mn-sonofab!tch- c*cksucking-motherf*cker ow ow ow ow ow !!!! *repeat until pain goes away*
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Female 1,234
I usually let out a huge..Mother F**cker!! Or a C**k Sucker Mother F**cker!! It depends on how bad I hurt my self. I have a foul mouth when I am hurt.
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Male 371
quite
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Male 12,365
That`s completely untrue.

Any True English Person would say "My word, that was most unpleasant!" Then apologise for speaking loudly, of course.
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Male 1,122
In Mother Russia it is table that says "ow f*k"
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Male 125
This only happens in twee Hugh Grant films made for tourists.
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Female 8,006
Yeah- unless I am observed- then I carry on as though it didn`t happen. Walked into a iron lamp post once- damn near knocked myself out- saw stars but carried on in case anyone was looking- totally unaware I had been observed by smokers outside the pub opposite. I am told they took bets on whether I would pass out before I got in my gate....
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Male 5,872
At home: Ow Phuck!
At work or in mixed company: My word, that was painful, I`ll try not to do that again!
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Male 39,619

I just keep going. Trying to walk without a limp, biting my tongue and hoping no one saw that.
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Male 7,774
I`m fairly sure I usually shout "Oh deary me, I must be more careful" but I could be wrong.
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Male 296

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Female 254
more like, "mother effer, son of a biscuit eater, fudge... FFFUUUUDDGGGGEEE that hurt!!!!" for me anyway lol
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Male 871
jesus jumping jehosephat is my curse of choice for such times as stubbing a toe.
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Male 39,619

555
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Male 74
Most english people would just say "f***!" and be done with it.
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Female 311
Lol, Hetalia joke.
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Male 2,619
Nope. It`s more like fu*k fu*k fu*k fu*k fu*k fu*k shi!t
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Male 712
lol wut?
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Male 126
not true...
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Female 2,228
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