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14th Jul '16 12:11:59 PM MisterVercetti
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* When it came to [[http://dangerousminds.net/comments/the_university_of_north_texas_really_didnt_think_through_their_coffee_mug_d designing coffee mugs]] for the [[FunWithAcronyms University of North Texas]], let's just say they ''really'' [[DidNotThinkThisThrough didn't think it through]].

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* When it came to [[http://dangerousminds.net/comments/the_university_of_north_texas_really_didnt_think_through_their_coffee_mug_d designing coffee mugs]] for the [[FunWithAcronyms University of North Texas]], let's just say they ''really'' [[DidNotThinkThisThrough [[DidntThinkThisThrough didn't think it through]].
14th Jul '16 12:11:03 PM MisterVercetti
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* When it came to [[http://dangerousminds.net/comments/the_university_of_north_texas_really_didnt_think_through_their_coffee_mug_d designing coffee mugs]] for the [[FunWithAcronyms University of North Texas]], let's just say they ''really'' [[DidNotThinkThisThrough didn't think it through]].
13th Jul '16 9:38:05 AM fearlessnikki
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* In Ian [=McEwan's=] novel ''Literature/{{Atonement}}'' (and the film adaptation), Robbie uses the word twice in a short, obscene love letter which is accidentally delivered to Cecilia, the object of his affection. One thing leads to another, and in the end it doesn't turn out well for either of them... One of the tracks on the film's soundtrack makes a subtle reference to it--the track's name: "Cee, You And Tea"

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* In Ian [=McEwan's=] novel ''Literature/{{Atonement}}'' (and the film adaptation), Robbie uses the word twice in a short, obscene love letter which is accidentally delivered to Cecilia, the object of his affection. One thing leads to another, and in the end it doesn't turn out well for either of them... One of the tracks on the film's soundtrack makes a subtle reference to it--the track's name: "Cee, You And Tea"Tea". Cecilia at least finds it ActuallyPrettyFunny.
--> '''Robbie:''' [The original letter] was more formal. And less...
--> '''Cecilia:''' Anatomical?


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* Amy Adams had to do a lot of cursing during on scene of ''Film/TheFighter''. She ran out of words, and David O Russell was off camera throwing potential swears at her. Amy says that the C-word was the only one she refused to use.
10th Jul '16 12:41:14 PM nombretomado
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* ''BrokenSaints'' has no qualms with swearing, but it's worth pointing out that only Mars uses this word.

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* ''BrokenSaints'' ''WebAnimation/BrokenSaints'' has no qualms with swearing, but it's worth pointing out that only Mars uses this word.
5th Jul '16 1:04:33 AM CaptainTedium
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Superjail}}'' episode "Stingstress", Lord Stingray at once remarks about the Mistress "Why, that see you next--".

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Superjail}}'' episode "Stingstress", Lord Stingray at once one point remarks about the Mistress "Why, that see you next--".
5th Jul '16 12:59:59 AM CaptainTedium
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'', [=SpongeBob=] tells Mrs. Puff "See you next Tuesday."

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* In an the ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' episode of ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'', "No Free Rides", [=SpongeBob=] tells Mrs. Puff "See you next Tuesday.""
* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Superjail}}'' episode "Stingstress", Lord Stingray at once remarks about the Mistress "Why, that see you next--".
2nd Jul '16 9:01:23 AM Doug86
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* ''Series/TheUnitedStatesOfTara'': One of Tara's alters defaces one of the murals she had been working on with "Die Yuppie Cunt". When Marshall and Kate discuss which alter did it, they repeat the word. A lot.

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* ''Series/TheUnitedStatesOfTara'': ''Series/UnitedStatesOfTara'': One of Tara's alters defaces one of the murals she had been working on with "Die Yuppie Cunt". When Marshall and Kate discuss which alter did it, they repeat the word. A lot.
1st Jul '16 8:19:21 AM R1ck
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* Though it's not known for sure, some linguistic scholars have speculated that the Norman word "Count" did not replace the Germanic word "Earl" in England due to being too similar to "cunt." If this is true, the word "countess" was presumably dissimilar enough.
20th Jun '16 3:05:55 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* In ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'', Tobias was interrupted when arguing with his wife by his daughter: "You selfish cun...try music loving lady!"

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* In ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'', Tobias was we have Lindsay and Tobias' argument which is interrupted when arguing with his wife by his daughter: "You their daughter, Maeby's sudden arrival:
-->'''Lindsay:''' That's my point, you- ''(notices Maeby)'' ...handsome cowboy, you.\\
'''Tobias:''' Oh, great. And now you're mocking me!? You
selfish cun...try music loving lady!"cun- ''(also notices Maeby)'' ...[[LastSecondWordSwap try-music-loving lady]]!
18th Jun '16 11:14:02 AM shokoshu
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* German has two rough equivalents: "Möse", which is rude, and "Fotze", which is a thermonuclear bomb. Except, amusingly, in [[SeparatedByACommonLanguage Bavarian dialect]] where it means "mouth". Never got diluted by swearing use since, as you know, Germans swear "Scheisse".
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