Lessons in English Curse Words

Greetings weirdos,

Todays observation features a lesson in the most popular curse-word of prairie sector, Earth. The word “Fuck” (a.k.a. ‘The “F” Word’) has an amazing number of definitions, but we’ll only be focusing on our own initial confusion in this post.

Our first encounter withthis term came about in a drinking establishment wherein one fellow proclaimed aloud to the intimate crowd that he’d intended to “Fuck (someone) Up!” Now of course, having done extensive research into proper english we were naturally inclined to believe that they were about to act out their sexual frustrations with eachother in public; but we easily identified that the subsequent “knuckle sandwich” being dispensed was not a homosexual act in the least. In fact we were confronted on our initial assessment and corrected quickly.

To “Fuck someone or something up” can mean to “make a mess of” or “destroy” a particular person or piece of property, be it private or otherwise… and it was startling to learn that the “F-word” can be used in both poitive and negative light… so believe us when we; ourselves, proclaim that:

WE WILL CERTAINLY BE FUCKING UP OUR OWN SONGS AT THE ARTERY IN EDMONTON ON JULY 12TH, 2012 A.D.!!!

In a good way.

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