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9th Dec '17 4:43:26 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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Let's not beat around the bush. This is an article about the word "cunt".

Specifically, how (at least in North American works) it's the one word nobody ''ever'' uses unless they want to break someone down and in the process make themselves look like a total and complete JerkAss. Even shows comfortable with using [[SevenDirtyWords other swear words]] hesitate to use it, and Internet filters sometimes block other words that happen to [[ScunthorpeProblem inadvertently contain it]]. Also known as "the [[TWordEuphemism C word]]". In North America, it is among the most offensive insults in the English language, perhaps rivaled only by the infamous N word (whose level of offensiveness [[NWordPrivileges depends on who's saying it]]). It's virtually always used to express bitter, mocking contempt, and is more likely to be directed at women than at men; when used by a man against a woman the argument has just gone thermonuclear. Considering that the word's literal meaning is simply "female genitalia", the extremely negative connotations attached to "cunt" have UnfortunateImplications. In America and much of the English-speaking world, "pussy" typically serves as a more commonly used "cute" slang word for that part of the female anatomy, though this usage has rendered it rather vulgar and hence a frequently used word in foul-mouthed rap songs. In Canada, New Zealand, and Australia, the still relatively innocuous "beaver" is sometimes a more common euphemism, though like "pussy" this leads to a lot of {{Double Entendre}}s and the occasional InnocentInnuendo from HavingAGayOldTime.

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Let's not beat around the bush. This is an article about the word "cunt".

"cunt" (also called the "[[TWordEuphemism C word]]").

Specifically, how (at least in North American works) it's the one word nobody ''ever'' uses unless they want to break someone down and in the process make themselves look like a total and complete JerkAss. Even shows comfortable with using [[SevenDirtyWords other swear words]] hesitate to use it, and Internet filters sometimes block other words that happen to [[ScunthorpeProblem inadvertently contain it]]. Also known as "the [[TWordEuphemism C word]]". In North America, it is among the most offensive insults in the English language, perhaps rivaled only by the infamous N word (whose level of offensiveness [[NWordPrivileges depends on who's saying it]]). It's virtually always used to express bitter, mocking contempt, and is more likely to be directed at women than at men; when used by a man against a woman the argument has just gone thermonuclear. Considering that the word's literal meaning is simply "female genitalia", the extremely negative connotations attached to "cunt" have UnfortunateImplications. In America and much of the English-speaking world, "pussy" typically serves as a more commonly used "cute" slang word for that part of the female anatomy, though this usage has rendered it rather vulgar and hence a frequently used word in foul-mouthed rap songs. In Canada, New Zealand, and Australia, the still relatively innocuous "beaver" is sometimes a more common euphemism, though like "pussy" this leads to a lot of {{Double Entendre}}s and the occasional InnocentInnuendo from HavingAGayOldTime.
28th Nov '17 6:13:12 PM nombretomado
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In other English-speaking countries, it's nowhere near as mind-blowingly offensive (but still a strong expletive) and it's generally unisex or (as in Britain) mainly directed at men, being something like a stronger, crasser version of "asshole" or "douchebag". In some situations (i.e., among young [[ViolentGlaswegian Glaswegians]], [[LondonTown London cockneys]], New Zealanders, or [[LandDownUnder Australians]]) it might even be a term of ''[[VitriolicBestBuds affection]]''. See ''Literature/{{Trainspotting}}'' where it's not a word, [[ThisIsForEmphasisBitch it's a punctuation mark]]; it's also likely to be practically a catchphrase for any LondonGangster. Other languages can have similar uses for the word. In the Dutch language, in particular, it's considered mostly harmless: you're having a cunt day when there's cunt weather outside and the cunt dog ate your cunt homework, which is, as the Dutch say with heartfelt compassion, "cunt for you". [[note]]The Dutch equivalent word is "kut", pronounced exactly the way you think (like "cut", but with a bit of a softer sound -- "kuht"). It's also not applicable as an insult to men (though this has been changing recently, due to a certain Dutch show, and as the example illustrates, it's most commonly used as an adjective, of sorts. "Die kuthond" (that cunt dog, literally) is, in the context of this example, very much comparable to "that fucking dog". Using it against a woman is still a grave insult, however -- even the swear-happy Dutch aren't likely to do it, except, perhaps, in the heat of an argument. Even then, it's not easily excused.[[/note]] Strangely, in French-speaking countries the word "con" means simply "dumbass" or "jerk"[[note]]Except in the South-West of France, especially around Toulouse, where "con" and "Bouducon" ("''Cunt tip''") are once again a completely harmless punctuation mark[[/note]] and is a mild insult only (it helps that almost nobody uses it in a sexual meaning).

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In other English-speaking countries, it's nowhere near as mind-blowingly offensive (but still a strong expletive) and it's generally unisex or (as in Britain) mainly directed at men, being something like a stronger, crasser version of "asshole" or "douchebag". In some situations (i.e., among young [[ViolentGlaswegian Glaswegians]], [[LondonTown [[UsefulNotes/{{London}} London cockneys]], New Zealanders, or [[LandDownUnder Australians]]) it might even be a term of ''[[VitriolicBestBuds affection]]''. See ''Literature/{{Trainspotting}}'' where it's not a word, [[ThisIsForEmphasisBitch it's a punctuation mark]]; it's also likely to be practically a catchphrase for any LondonGangster. Other languages can have similar uses for the word. In the Dutch language, in particular, it's considered mostly harmless: you're having a cunt day when there's cunt weather outside and the cunt dog ate your cunt homework, which is, as the Dutch say with heartfelt compassion, "cunt for you". [[note]]The Dutch equivalent word is "kut", pronounced exactly the way you think (like "cut", but with a bit of a softer sound -- "kuht"). It's also not applicable as an insult to men (though this has been changing recently, due to a certain Dutch show, and as the example illustrates, it's most commonly used as an adjective, of sorts. "Die kuthond" (that cunt dog, literally) is, in the context of this example, very much comparable to "that fucking dog". Using it against a woman is still a grave insult, however -- even the swear-happy Dutch aren't likely to do it, except, perhaps, in the heat of an argument. Even then, it's not easily excused.[[/note]] Strangely, in French-speaking countries the word "con" means simply "dumbass" or "jerk"[[note]]Except in the South-West of France, especially around Toulouse, where "con" and "Bouducon" ("''Cunt tip''") are once again a completely harmless punctuation mark[[/note]] and is a mild insult only (it helps that almost nobody uses it in a sexual meaning).
15th Nov '17 6:08:52 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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As noted above, in Australia and New Zealand, the word is not necessarily an insult. It tends to be used among the drunk, inarticulate, or lower social strata within an inoffensive form of BuffySpeak, in the same manner as "fuck". In this context, "cunt" is either a generic term for a single individual or a generic, vaguely anthropomorphic, plural term used to group together different life forms: instead of "lions and tigers and bears" for example, a person might simply say "cunts" (the same way someone in another country might say "critters").

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As noted above, in Australia and New Zealand, the word is not necessarily an insult. It tends to be used among the drunk, inarticulate, or lower social strata within an inoffensive form of BuffySpeak, in the same manner as "fuck". In this context, "cunt" is either a generic term for a single individual or a generic, vaguely anthropomorphic, plural term used to group together different life forms: instead of "lions and tigers and bears" for example, a person might simply say "cunts" (the "cunts", the same way someone in another country might would say "critters").
"critters".
15th Nov '17 6:08:21 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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As noted above, in Australia and New Zealand, the word is not necessarily an insult. It tends to be used among the drunk, inarticulate, or lower social strata within an inoffensive form of BuffySpeak, in the same manner as "fuck". In this context, "cunt" is either a generic term for a single individual or a generic, vaguely anthropomorphic, plural term used to group together different life forms: instead of "lions and tigers and bears" for example, a person might simply say "cunts".

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As noted above, in Australia and New Zealand, the word is not necessarily an insult. It tends to be used among the drunk, inarticulate, or lower social strata within an inoffensive form of BuffySpeak, in the same manner as "fuck". In this context, "cunt" is either a generic term for a single individual or a generic, vaguely anthropomorphic, plural term used to group together different life forms: instead of "lions and tigers and bears" for example, a person might simply say "cunts".
"cunts" (the same way someone in another country might say "critters").
12th Nov '17 10:41:09 PM AgentSkyblueM7
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' episode "No Free Rides", [=SpongeBob=] tells Mrs. Puff "See you next Tuesday."

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' episode "No Free Rides", [=SpongeBob=] tells Mrs. Puff "See you next Tuesday."" [[SincerityMode Though he actually meant it.]]
10th Nov '17 2:11:36 PM Kitchen90
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* In fulfilling its guiding purpose, UsefulNotes/CockneyRhymingSlang has a completely innocuous way of saying it, Berk, which comes from Berkeley Hunt, rhyming with cunt. Now you know a way to say it without anyone knowing, providing no one around you speaks Cockney...

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* In fulfilling its guiding purpose, UsefulNotes/CockneyRhymingSlang BritishEnglish/CockneyRhymingSlang has a completely innocuous way of saying it, Berk, which comes from Berkeley Hunt, rhyming with cunt. Now you know a way to say it without anyone knowing, providing no one around you speaks Cockney...
10th Nov '17 2:09:58 PM Kitchen90
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* In the episode eleven of the uncensored version of ''Manga/DeadmanWonderland'' [[spoiler: Rokuro, who just had his ass kicked and found out that Karako was going to infitrate the Undertakers hideout, calls her a cunt that sucks at math.]]

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* In the episode eleven of the uncensored version of ''Manga/DeadmanWonderland'' [[spoiler: Rokuro, who just had his ass kicked and found out that Karako was going to infitrate infiltrate the Undertakers hideout, calls her a cunt that sucks at math.]]



* In the British film ''Film/NilByMouth'' RayWinstone's [[TheDanza character]] can not go more than three or four sentences without referring to someone else as a cunt.

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* In the British film ''Film/NilByMouth'' RayWinstone's [[TheDanza character]] can not cannot go more than three or four sentences without referring to someone else as a cunt.



* In the movie Flypaper, an English robber at one point uses the word cunt and is told by one of the Americans that we don't use that word over hear.

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* In the movie Flypaper, an English robber at one point uses the word cunt and is told by one of the Americans that we don't use that word over hear.overhear.



* Used (though censored in the TV broadcast) in the episode "Real Time" of ''Series/{{Workaholics}}'', the guys spend the first few minutes leaving angry voice-mails to their boss, Alice. At the end of the episode, after trying and failing to destroy the voice-mails, they contemplate doing it again, and Adam says he has a great one, after thinking about it all day.

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* Used (though censored in the TV broadcast) in the episode "Real Time" of ''Series/{{Workaholics}}'', the guys spend the first few minutes leaving angry voice-mails voicemails to their boss, Alice. At the end of the episode, after trying and failing to destroy the voice-mails, they contemplate doing it again, and Adam says he has a great one, after thinking about it all day.



* There was a classic ''Series/{{Monty Python|sFlyingCircus}}'' sketch about a man who pronounces all his 'C's as 'B's. At the end of the sketch the other man suggests he try spelling these words with a 'K' instead, leading the first man to observe, "What a silly bunt." This actually got the BBC into a lot of trouble.

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* There was a classic ''Series/{{Monty Python|sFlyingCircus}}'' sketch about a man who pronounces all his 'C's as 'B's. At the end of the sketch sketch, the other man suggests he try spelling these words with a 'K' instead, leading the first man to observe, "What a silly bunt." This actually got the BBC into a lot of trouble.



** Larry David's use of it during a poker game causes an effeminate acquaintance to have a slow motion nervous breakdown. Made all the funnier when David later mentions in retrospect, he "should've said "''pussy''".

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** Larry David's use of it during a poker game causes an effeminate acquaintance to have a slow motion slow-motion nervous breakdown. Made all the funnier when David later mentions in retrospect, he "should've said "''pussy''".



** Susie in "The Grand Opening": "Fuck you, you carwash cunt! I had a dental appointment!"

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** Susie in "The Grand Opening": "Fuck you, you carwash car wash cunt! I had a dental appointment!"



** There's a scene where its use causes Stringer Bell, a drug dealer and multiple murderer, to stop in his tracks and look shocked. The full line: "Oh fuck the meet! You harder to get at than my fat wife's ''cunt'', nigger!"

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** There's a scene where its use causes Stringer Bell, a drug dealer and multiple murderer, dealing serial killer, to stop in his tracks and look shocked. The full line: "Oh fuck the meet! You harder to get at than my fat wife's ''cunt'', nigger!"



--> '''Emmett:''' Well I may be a silly faggot, but you know something Mel? You're a Cunt.

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--> '''Emmett:''' Well I may be a silly faggot, but you know something something, Mel? You're a Cunt.



** In season 4 Arthur loves this, using it against his wife, [[spoiler:his daughter]], and a random barfly.

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** In season 4 Arthur loves this, using it against his wife, [[spoiler:his daughter]], and a random barfly.bar fly.



** The film SpinOff, ''Film/InTheLoop'', turns the use of the word into an artform:

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** The film SpinOff, ''Film/InTheLoop'', turns the use of the word into an artform:art form:



* ''Series/SexAndTheCity'' features prissy Charlotte using the euphemistic version--while having her friends try on bridesmaid dresses, she objects to Samantha's efforts to raise the hem line--"No! I don't want anyone to see your... ''see you next tuesday''"

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* ''Series/SexAndTheCity'' features prissy Charlotte using the euphemistic version--while version (while having her friends try on bridesmaid dresses, she objects to Samantha's efforts to raise the hem line--"No! hemline): "No! I don't want anyone to see your... ''see you next tuesday''"Tuesday''"



'''Paul:''' No, I believe he was referring to the four letter version.\\

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'''Paul:''' No, I believe he was referring to the four letter four-letter version.\\



-->'''Karen:''' ''(to Lorraine)'' Hit the road, you syphillitic toad.\\

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-->'''Karen:''' ''(to Lorraine)'' Hit the road, you syphillitic syphilitic toad.\\



* In the Frightened Rabbit song "Poke", the singer laments the slow death of his relationship. He wonders if, instead, they should just rip off the bandaid and "kick its cunt in and watch as it dies from bleeding."

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* In the Frightened Rabbit song "Poke", the singer laments the slow death of his relationship. He wonders if, instead, they should just rip off the bandaid band-aid and "kick its cunt in and watch as it dies from bleeding."



* No doubt there have been any number of country matters spoken of in newspapers and magazines, but this one stands out by virtue of the personalities involved. In April, 2011, ''Vanity Fair'' published [[http://www.vanityfair.com/culture/features/2011/04/lami-louis-201104#livefyre an absolutely scathing review]] of the Paris bistro L'Ami Louis, by restaurant critic A.A. Gill. In the June issue, ''VF'''s "Letters" column printed an irate missive from a married couple, "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Wagner R.J. Wagner]] & Jill St. John Wagner" of Los Angeles, CA, excoriating Gill for his negative review and saying that he was "truly a c-u-next-Tuesday" (making this example something of an {{aver|tedTrope}}sion).

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* No doubt there have has been any number of country matters spoken of in newspapers and magazines, but this one stands out by virtue of the personalities involved. In April, April 2011, ''Vanity Fair'' published [[http://www.vanityfair.com/culture/features/2011/04/lami-louis-201104#livefyre an absolutely scathing review]] of the Paris bistro L'Ami Louis, by restaurant critic A.A. Gill. In the June issue, ''VF'''s "Letters" column printed an irate missive from a married couple, "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Wagner R.J. Wagner]] & Jill St. John Wagner" of Los Angeles, CA, excoriating Gill for his negative review and saying that he was "truly a c-u-next-Tuesday" (making this example something of an {{aver|tedTrope}}sion).



* Word-play show ''Radio/JustAMinute'' once saw Creator/KennethWilliams go off on a long rant aimed at the genial National Treaure host, Nicholas Parsons:

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* Word-play show ''Radio/JustAMinute'' once saw Creator/KennethWilliams go off on a long rant aimed at the genial National Treaure Treasure host, Nicholas Parsons:



*** The song ends in a great exclamation of "Fuck you God! In the cunt!"

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*** The song ends in with a great exclamation of "Fuck you you, God! In the cunt!"



* In ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas'', this word is dropped several times through the course of the game. Considering the other [[NWordPrivileges offensive words that are used]] and the overall [[BlackComedy cringe worthy]] [[CrossesTheLineTwice subject matter]] of the game, its not surprising. However, it's thrown in for attentive radio listeners in ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIII'': ([[{{Pun}} Head Radio]] music station is hosted by none other than DJ Michael Hunt, who states his name pretty frequently.

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* In ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas'', this word is dropped several times through the course of the game. Considering the other [[NWordPrivileges offensive words that are used]] and the overall [[BlackComedy cringe worthy]] [[CrossesTheLineTwice subject matter]] of the game, its it's not surprising. However, it's thrown in for attentive radio listeners in ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIII'': ([[{{Pun}} Head Radio]] music station is hosted by none other than DJ Michael Hunt, who states his name pretty frequently.



* In ''VideoGame/AmnesiaTheDarkDescent'''s Justine DLC, Basile calls [[TheBaroness Justine]] (aka [[spoiler:you, the player]]), a cunt, among other unsavory names. Considering [[ToThePain what she did to him]] his anger is understandable.

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* In ''VideoGame/AmnesiaTheDarkDescent'''s ''VideoGame/AmnesiaTheDarkDescent''[='=]s Justine DLC, Basile calls [[TheBaroness Justine]] (aka [[spoiler:you, the player]]), a cunt, among other unsavory names. Considering [[ToThePain what she did to him]] his anger is understandable.



* [[WebVideo/AnotherDeadHero James Carlson]] has used the word multiple times throughout his reviews, including one in his Film/DemonKnight review aimed at Youtube for Copyright Claims for one of his reviews (Though he didn't actually say it, it was a end credit note), then there was the time in his "Double Switch" review where he couldn't give credit to [[Series/TheHills Spencer Pratt and Hedi Montag]], who he referred to as "Famewhore cunts". Then there's a more straight and harsher example during his Film/NoOneLives review.

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* [[WebVideo/AnotherDeadHero James Carlson]] has used the word multiple times throughout his reviews, including one in his Film/DemonKnight review aimed at Youtube for Copyright Claims for one of his reviews (Though he didn't actually say it, it was a an end credit note), then there was the time in his "Double Switch" review where he couldn't give credit to [[Series/TheHills Spencer Pratt and Hedi Montag]], who he referred to as "Famewhore cunts". Then there's a more straight and harsher example during his Film/NoOneLives review.



-->'''Jason:''' Careful, you may be called the c word.\\
'''Doug:''' (''laughs'') Nice. (''big "innocent" smile'') I may be called candy! That's a c word, right?\\

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-->'''Jason:''' Careful, you may be called the c word.c-word.\\
'''Doug:''' (''laughs'') Nice. (''big "innocent" smile'') I may be called candy! That's a c word, c-word, right?\\



-->'''Brian''': I don't know. Although, your sunburn was pretty bad, I suppose it could be... the C Word.

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-->'''Brian''': I don't know. Although, your sunburn was pretty bad, I suppose it could be... the C Word.C-Word.



* Creator/MelGibson during his epic profanity ridden phone rants against his ex-wife dropped c-bombs like they were candy, among many, many other creative insults.

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* Creator/MelGibson during his epic profanity ridden profanity-ridden phone rants against his ex-wife dropped c-bombs like they were candy, among many, many other creative insults.



* In Mandarin Chinese, the equivalent is "bī" (屄), and has about the same effect and usage, with one weird exception: "niú bī" (牛屄, sometimes with a different last character but with the same sound), usually abbreviated as "NB" on Chinese message boards, can mean "really fucking cool" when used to describe something, and either "badass" or "total dick" when describing a person, depending on whether you mean it positively or negatively. Why exactly this is is unclear, as the phrase literally means "cow cunt" (牛 means "cow" or "cattle").

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* In Mandarin Chinese, the equivalent is "bī" (屄), and has about the same effect and usage, with one weird exception: "niú bī" (牛屄, sometimes with a different last character but with the same sound), usually abbreviated as "NB" on Chinese message boards, can mean "really fucking cool" when used to describe something, and either "badass" or "total dick" when describing a person, depending on whether you mean it positively or negatively. Why exactly this is is unclear, as the phrase literally means "cow cunt" (牛 means "cow" or "cattle").



* The Dutch equivalent of "cunt" is "kut", and is used quite regularly in the Dutch language, as said above. It is more of a prefix than that it's used alone though, and in some youngsters use to denote a female's external reproduction organs as well. Young children will be corrected, but everyone above the age of 15 will not be, and, though, most don't use it in polite coversation, it is used quite a lot in informal talks.

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* The Dutch equivalent of "cunt" is "kut", and is used quite regularly in the Dutch language, as said above. It is more of a prefix than that it's used alone though, and in some youngsters use to denote a female's external reproduction reproductive organs as well. Young children will be corrected, but everyone above the age of 15 will not be, and, though, most don't use it in polite coversation, conversation, it is used quite a lot in informal talks.



* {{Averted|Trope}} in Russian, where the equivalent of the C-word (pizda/пизда), although by no means socially acceptable language, is not considered the most vulgar word to use. That dubious honour goes to a word for male genitalia (khuy/хуй). You can also say "pizdaty" (cuntly), which is a ''mat'' adjective with the meaning of "fine, excellent". Or "pizdets", which means "fiasco, total mess". (The seeming lack of logic here is somewhat akin to how "fuck me" can be used to express a positive reaction to something, while the very similar "fuck you" is the opposite). Reversed in Poland, with exactly the same words, where the 'cunt' equivalent is again the worse word, while 'chujowy' (dick-ly) is a midly offensive negative adjective, while phrases like 'tępy chuj' (dumb dick, literaly ''blunt'' dick) can be either negative or affectionate, depending on the people and context (the latter heavily influences by an adult cartoon that thrives on swearing).
* Averted for the French word "con" which usually means dumbass with varying degrees of intensity depending on adjectives used (even [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Bart Simpson]] uses it in the dub) . It's not polite but it is far from being the most offensive word as many French speaking people ignore that it originally is a synonym for vagina (so when it ''is'' used in that context, it actually has the vulgar connotations of its English use).
* In fulfilling its guiding purpose, Cockney Rhyming Slang has a completely innocuous way of saying it, Berk, which comes from Berkeley Hunt, rhyming with cunt. Now you know a way to say it without anyone knowing, providing no one around you speaks Cockney...

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* {{Averted|Trope}} in Russian, where the equivalent of the C-word (pizda/пизда), although by no means socially acceptable language, is not considered the most vulgar word to use. That dubious honour goes to a word for male genitalia (khuy/хуй). You can also say "pizdaty" (cuntly), which is a ''mat'' adjective with the meaning of "fine, excellent". Or "pizdets", which means "fiasco, total mess". (The seeming lack of logic here is somewhat akin to how "fuck me" can be used to express a positive reaction to something, while the very similar "fuck you" is the opposite). Reversed in Poland, with exactly the same words, where the 'cunt' equivalent is again the worse word, while 'chujowy' (dick-ly) is a midly mildly offensive negative adjective, while phrases like 'tępy chuj' (dumb dick, literaly literally ''blunt'' dick) can be either negative or affectionate, depending on the people and context (the latter heavily influences by an adult cartoon that thrives on swearing).
* Averted for the French word "con" which usually means dumbass with varying degrees of intensity depending on adjectives used (even [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Bart Simpson]] uses it in the dub) . It's not polite but it is far from being the most offensive word as many French speaking French-speaking people ignore that it originally is a synonym for vagina (so when it ''is'' used in that context, it actually has the vulgar connotations of its English use).
* In fulfilling its guiding purpose, Cockney Rhyming Slang UsefulNotes/CockneyRhymingSlang has a completely innocuous way of saying it, Berk, which comes from Berkeley Hunt, rhyming with cunt. Now you know a way to say it without anyone knowing, providing no one around you speaks Cockney...



** The phrase has since associated itself with the otherwise squeaky-clean and inoffensive singer Music/JamesBlunt. James apprently winces but takes it philosophically.

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** The phrase has since associated itself with the otherwise squeaky-clean and inoffensive singer Music/JamesBlunt. James apprently apparently winces but takes it philosophically.
6th Nov '17 4:12:30 AM hackl
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'''Mother:''' I will leave when I'm good and ready.

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'''Mother:''' '''Lucille:''' I will leave when I'm good and ready.
5th Nov '17 10:11:41 PM troperwithoutaname
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* Music/ThePrettyReckless in "Miss Nothing," where lead singer Creator/TaylorMomsen makes it easy to misconstrue her phrase using the word as "misconstrued" :
--> ''I'm misused\\
Miss cunt strewed''
28th Oct '17 2:45:38 PM CerotechOmega
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* Also used in ''WebVideo/HellsingUltimateAbridged'', courtesy of Zorin screaming her head off while Seras was gunning down her zeppelin.
** And used by a young Seras when telling the orphanage head where she'd like to stab his mother. And when telling him that she'd rather have his mother's than being adopted.

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* Also used Used in ''WebVideo/HellsingUltimateAbridged'', courtesy ''WebVideo/HellsingUltimateAbridged''
** When asked what it is like to sell out everyone he knew for his own sake, the captain who secured Rip's carrier admitted to feeling like one
of these. Rip Van Winkle proceeds to [[DeadlyEuphemism check his privilege]].
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Zorin screaming her head off screams the word while Seras was gunning down her zeppelin.
zeppelin, and for dispelling her illusion.
** And used by a A young Seras when telling tells the orphanage head where she'd like to stab his mother. And when telling him that she'd rather have his mother's than being adopted.adopted.
** Anderson calls Maxwell this when asked to explain why he's leaving him to die, and also when telling Heinkel to ignore Maxwell's orders. Heinkel gets back by [[IronicEcho using his own words]] when she and the Iscariot support him against Alucard's legions.
-->''[[{{Touche}} ...That is the only time you get to call me any kind o' cunt!]]''



-->'''Flynn''': (Responding to Heather saying he killed the one good person) Yeah, well, what does that make you?
-->'''James''': A cunt. (Just simply stares into the camera)

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-->'''Flynn''': (Responding to Heather saying he killed the one good person) Yeah, well, what does that make you?
-->'''James''':
you?\\
'''James''':
A cunt. (Just simply stares into the camera)
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