History Main / GoshDangItToHeck

18th Jun '18 1:03:53 PM pncwho
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-->''And if you don't obey him than you'll all wind up in Heck''

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-->''And if you don't obey him than listen to him, you'll all wind up in Heck''



-->''Ge mom, I wanna go home!''

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-->''Ge -->''Gee mom, I wanna go home!''
29th May '18 1:24:01 AM BreadBull
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** In English, 'fucking' is increasingly being replaced with 'freaking'.
*** In American English, maybe, but "fuck" is still going strong in the UK.

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** In English, English (or the United States at least), 'fucking' is increasingly being replaced with 'freaking'.
*** In American English, maybe, but "fuck" is still going strong in the UK.
'freaking'.
25th May '18 8:47:31 PM nanakiro
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-->'''Hugh:''' He said 'Skank off, you cloffing cuck, you're all a load of shote-bag fuskers, so prunk that up your prime-ministering pim-hole!'

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-->'''Hugh:''' He said 'Skank off, you cloffing cuck, cuck[[note]]This was before "cuck" became internet shorthand for "cuckold"[[/note]], you're all a load of shote-bag fuskers, so prunk that up your prime-ministering pim-hole!'


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* This is the reason behind the "Let [That Guy] Say Fuck" meme. When a fandom finds out that a character frequently never swears or uses minced oaths, they usually make jokes about the giving that character the chance to launch a PrecisionFStrike.
18th May '18 9:01:26 AM pi4t
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* Maggie Holt in ''Literature/{{Pact}}'' is unable to swear, having traded the ability away to a goblin. She gets caught out by this several times during the Toronto arc, [[spoiler: which is a sign that [[GrandTheftMe all is not as it seems.]] When she later [[LossOfIdentity loses her name]] and regains the ability to swear, she uses it fairly often.]]
2nd May '18 8:41:54 PM Chasem
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** The uncut dubs of ''DBZ'' and ''Anime/DragonBallKai'' use both this trope and uncensored swears, often within the same episode. The dub of ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' then turns this trope on its head by ''only'' using actual swears, with neutered neologisms ("darn", "heck", etc.) being very rare if used at all.

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** The uncut dubs of ''DBZ'' and ''Anime/DragonBallKai'' use both this trope and uncensored swears, often within the same episode. The dub of ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' then turns this trope on its head by almost ''only'' using actual swears, with neutered neologisms ("darn", "heck", etc.) being very rare if used at all.
2nd May '18 10:20:52 AM luisedgarf
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** The Spanish-speaking countries have a more contrived example of this: In Mexico and the rest of Latin America, albeit not universally, they have no problems with using the Spanish equivalents of ''damn'' or ''hell'', since they're considered at worst childish insults, despite those countries have a mostly conservative Catholic population, while more stronger profanities are censored in TV transmissions, albeit this is starting to change. On the other hand, Spaniard media, both originally-made and dubbed, have ''no problems'' with using even ''stronger profanities'' normally censored in Latin America, due to historical reasons since the death of Francisco Franco, who previously banned the use of profanity in Spaniard media during his rule.

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** The Spanish-speaking countries have a more contrived example of this: In Mexico and the rest of Latin America, albeit not universally, they have no problems with using the Spanish equivalents of ''damn'' (¡maldición!, ¡rayos!, etc) , or ''hell'', ''hell'' (¡Diablos!), since they're considered at worst childish insults, despite those countries have a mostly conservative Catholic population, while more stronger profanities are censored in TV transmissions, albeit this is starting to change. On the other hand, Spaniard media, both originally-made and dubbed, have ''no problems'' with using even ''stronger profanities'' normally censored in Latin America, due to historical reasons since the death of Francisco Franco, who previously banned the use of profanity in Spaniard media during his rule. In the same way, invoking the name of God is not considered a bad thing there either.



*** In Mexico many people tend to finish any phrase with Chihuahua, the name of a Mexican state, when not intending to use the real word: chingar, which is used as "fuck". Many latin american dubs or subs used to replace every swear word with a fammily-friendly slur. This can range from saying "damn" to ludicrous painfully outdated words that sound weird even to 50-something adults.

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*** In Mexico many people tend to finish any phrase with Chihuahua, the name of a Mexican state, when not intending to use the real word: chingar, which is used as "fuck". Many latin Latin american dubs or subs used to replace every swear word with a fammily-friendly slur. This can range from saying "damn" to ludicrous painfully outdated words that sound weird even to 50-something adults.
27th Apr '18 3:27:10 PM Chasem
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* ''Anime/DragonballZ'': The Funimation dub and The Viz manga has used this trope.

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* ''Anime/DragonballZ'': The Funimation dub and The the Viz manga has have used this trope.



** "Darn" is said in several places

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** "Darn" is said in several placesplaces.
** The uncut dubs of ''DBZ'' and ''Anime/DragonBallKai'' use both this trope and uncensored swears, often within the same episode. The dub of ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' then turns this trope on its head by ''only'' using actual swears, with neutered neologisms ("darn", "heck", etc.) being very rare if used at all.
10th Apr '18 8:31:07 PM TenEight
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[[folder:Radio]]
* The very title of ThatGoshDarnHippieShow. It came from an incident where a friend of the host called jokingly called her "the goddamn hippie", which was subsequently {{Bowdlerised}} for radio suitability before it was adopted as the title of the show.
[[/folder]]
29th Mar '18 11:17:55 AM DracoKanji
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** Well it's another universe, so slang from our culture would logically not exist in the Avatarverse. For all we know "monkeyfeathers" is a strong curse word where Aang's from.
29th Mar '18 10:36:06 AM DracoKanji
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** One they forgot to remove is in [[http://www.homestarrunner.com/sbemail53.html the SBEmail "comic"]]. In the Used 45's box is a copy of Mudhoney's "You Stupid Asshole", which got censored in the DVD release. This is the strongest swear word to appear on the site proper.
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