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14th Sep '17 6:43:14 PM foxley
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* ''Series/TheTwoRonnies'': Ronnie Barker's "Nell of the Yukon" contains this verse:
-->Then up jumped Black Lou, and his face went bright blue,\\
(Which astonished a passing physician)\\
And he used a foul word that no one had heard\\
Since the time of the Great Exhibition.
26th Aug '17 2:27:10 PM Snowsky
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** "...[during Christmas], the suits of armor had all been bewitched to sing carols whenever anyone passed them. It was quite something to hear "O Come, All Ye Faithful" sung by an empty helmet that only knew half the words. Several times, Filch the caretaker had to extract Peeves from inside the armor, where he had taken to hiding, filling in the gaps in the songs with lyrics of his own invention, all of which were very rude."
18th Jul '17 1:35:01 PM ironballs16
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--> Our conversation was brief, but memorable. My contribution consisted of this-- [''[[OhCrap silent, gape-mouthed look of panic]]'']-- while hers consisted of a short, pungent phrase indicating that she had confused me with Oedipus.

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--> Our conversation was brief, but memorable. My contribution consisted of this-- [''[[OhCrap silent, gape-mouthed look of panic]]'']-- while hers consisted of a short, pungent phrase indicating that she had confused me with Oedipus.[[OedipusComplex Oedipus]].
10th Jul '17 6:03:55 PM LadyYuki
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* In the book ''Speak'', when Melinda is talking with the principal, her parents, and the guidance counselor, the counselor asks if her parents have a strained relationship, and Melinda explained that the father said something that wasn't nice and the mother told her to go to a not-so-nice-place.

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* In the book ''Speak'', ''Literature/{{Speak}}'', when Melinda is talking with the principal, her parents, and the guidance counselor, the counselor asks if her parents have a strained relationship, and Melinda explained that the father said something that wasn't nice and the mother told her to go to a not-so-nice-place.
9th Jul '17 10:19:14 AM CaptainCrawdad
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** This phrase, "leck mich im Arsch" (and variants) is famously the name of two canons by Music/WolfgangAmadeusMozart. The correct translation ("Lick me in the ass," "Lick me in the arse," "Kiss my ass/arse," and "Go fuck yourself") is SeriousBusiness on Wiki/TheOtherWiki's page on the pieces in question.
9th Jul '17 9:53:54 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* In ''Literature/CheaperByTheDozen'' (or at least the book version), one of the kids calls a neighbor's kid a "son of an unprintable word". Most readers know what this means.
** Later there's "you unprintable son of a ruptured deleted."

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* In ''Literature/CheaperByTheDozen'' (or at least the book version), one of the kids calls a neighbor's kid a "son of an unprintable word". Most readers know what this means.
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means. Later there's "you unprintable son of a ruptured deleted."
4th Jul '17 10:13:08 AM nombretomado
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** This phrase, "leck mich im Arsch" (and variants) is famously the name of two canons by Music/WolfgangAmadeusMozart. The correct translation ("Lick me in the ass," "Lick me in the arse," "Kiss my ass/arse," and "Go fuck yourself") is SeriousBusiness on TheOtherWiki's page on the pieces in question.

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** This phrase, "leck mich im Arsch" (and variants) is famously the name of two canons by Music/WolfgangAmadeusMozart. The correct translation ("Lick me in the ass," "Lick me in the arse," "Kiss my ass/arse," and "Go fuck yourself") is SeriousBusiness on TheOtherWiki's Wiki/TheOtherWiki's page on the pieces in question.
29th Jun '17 9:26:50 AM Rday
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* Occasionally used in ''Literature/TheRedVixenAdventures'' depending on who's point of view the scene is focusing on. When Rolas and the Red Vixen encounter one of her enemies, she's noted as using "A short, very human, curse word." Scenes from Alinadar's perspective just have Ali letting out a "Fuck".
17th Jun '17 4:14:30 PM Gaby007
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* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5942075/37/Reluctant-Hero Reluctant Hero]]'', Aang freaks out after throwing a pirate off a cliff and asks him to wave his arms to show he's alive. [[FlippingTheBird The pirate does something else entirely]].
--> '''Aang:''' Well, that wasn't a very nice hand gesture.
14th Jun '17 6:05:51 PM jtierney50
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* A surprising version in the profanity-laden ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}'': early in "Rap Battle #1", Jefferson tells Hamilton that "if the shoe fits, wear it". The final line of Hamilton's response is "turn around, bend over - I'll show you wear my shoe fits!". Presumably this was done to make the rhyme work, as Hamilton has had no qualms cursing before or after that moment.

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* A surprising version in the profanity-laden ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}'': early in "Rap Battle #1", Jefferson tells Hamilton that "if the shoe fits, wear it". The final line of Hamilton's response is "turn around, bend over - I'll show you wear where my shoe fits!". Presumably this was done to make the rhyme work, as Hamilton has had no qualms cursing before or after that moment.
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