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14th Mar '18 12:58:58 PM superkeijikun
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* A third Disney example is ''Film/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'', which features two instances by Claude Frollo: one, as he prepares to toss an infant Quasimodo into a well, saying he was going to "send him back to Hell where he belongs"; then again in his VillainSong, "Hellfire", where he proclaims that if Esmerelda would not accept his affections, he would "let her taste the fires of Hell".

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* A third Disney example is ''Disney/{{Pocahontas}}'': in the song "Savages", Governor Redcliff describes the Native Americans as having "hellish red" skin.
* Yet another
Disney example is ''Film/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'', which features two instances by Claude Frollo: one, as he prepares to toss an infant Quasimodo into a well, saying he was going to "send him back to Hell where he belongs"; then again in his VillainSong, "Hellfire", where he proclaims that if Esmerelda would not accept his affections, he would "let her taste the fires of Hell".
14th Mar '18 11:42:25 AM superkeijikun
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* A third Disney example is ''Film/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'', which features two instances by Claude Frollo: one, as he prepares to toss an infant Quasimodo into a well, saying he was going to "send him back to Hell where he belongs"; then again in his VillainSong, "Hellfire", where he proclaims that if Esmerelda would not accept his affections, he would "let her taste the fires of Hell".
27th Jan '18 5:43:59 PM bowserbros
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Note that when using this trope in the context of the quote, DON'T attach it to every single time said quote contains "fuck", "shit", etc. This trope IS applicable if it's for a case of unusually strong swearing or of the party that uttered the quote isn't exactly known to be dirty-mouthed.
23rd Jan '18 3:35:50 AM LB7979
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A Precision F-Strike is when a character suddenly swears [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness in an uncharacteristically strong manner]], or when a swear is [[ToneShift unexpectedly used in a work with mild language]].

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A Precision F-Strike is when a character suddenly swears [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness in an uncharacteristically strong manner]], or when a swear is [[ToneShift unexpectedly used in a work with mild language]]. \n It's usually intended to show that shit just got real serious.
20th Nov '17 12:01:31 PM Mdumas43073
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[[caption-width-right:350:BewareTheNiceOnes.[[caption-width-right:300:BewareTheNiceOnes. This is why.]]
19th Aug '17 11:35:06 AM NCISfan2000
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* Many of the let's play videos on YouTube by different game (even kid games) has plenty of F-Bombs. See this for example: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbijrDy7lyk (link)]]

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* Many of the let's play videos on YouTube by different game gamers (even kid games) has plenty of F-Bombs. See this for example: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbijrDy7lyk (link)]]
19th Aug '17 11:34:10 AM NCISfan2000
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* Many of the let's play videos on YouTube by different game (even kid games) has plenty of F-Bombs. See this for example: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbijrDy7lyk (link)]]
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1st Aug '17 12:07:05 PM AlexThePlayStationBoy
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Due to [[SeparatedByACommonLanguage the nature of language]], this trope is prone to ValuesDissonance about what words are appropriate. [[DidNotDoTheBloodyResearch "Bloody", "[[CountryMatters cunt]]", "ass" and "twat"]], just to name a few words, have ''very'' different connotations on the two sides of the Atlantic. [[ForeignCurseWord And that's just the differences within one single language.]] While, like many other English words, the word "fucking" exists with only a minor variation in German ("ficken"), it's only used as a verb and almost never as a curseword. The word "Scheiße" ("shit") and its variations are almost always used in exactly the same way as the word "fuck" in English. In many European countries, swearing is rarely considered an issue when it comes to film ratings—for example, ''Film/SilverLiningsPlaybook'', which has about seven dozen f-words, was rated "tous publics" (equivalent to the MPAA's "G") in France, and children as young as six could watch it in the Netherlands.


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Due to [[SeparatedByACommonLanguage the nature of language]], this trope is prone to ValuesDissonance about what words are appropriate. [[DidNotDoTheBloodyResearch "Bloody", "[[CountryMatters cunt]]", "cunt", "ass" and "twat"]], just to name a few words, have ''very'' different connotations on the two sides of the Atlantic. [[ForeignCurseWord And that's just the differences within one single language.]] While, like many other English words, the word "fucking" exists with only a minor variation in German ("ficken"), it's only used as a verb and almost never as a curseword. The word "Scheiße" ("shit") and its variations are almost always used in exactly the same way as the word "fuck" in English. In many European countries, swearing is rarely considered an issue when it comes to film ratings—for example, ''Film/SilverLiningsPlaybook'', which has about seven dozen f-words, was rated "tous publics" (equivalent to the MPAA's "G") in France, and children as young as six could watch it in the Netherlands.

1st Aug '17 12:06:02 PM AlexThePlayStationBoy
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Due to [[SeparatedByACommonLanguage the nature of language]], this trope is prone to ValuesDissonance about what words are appropriate. [[DidNotDoTheBloodyResearch "Bloody", "cunt", "ass" and "twat"]], just to name a few words, have ''very'' different connotations on the two sides of the Atlantic. [[ForeignCurseWord And that's just the differences within one single language.]] While, like many other English words, the word "fucking" exists with only a minor variation in German ("ficken"), it's only used as a verb and almost never as a curseword. The word "Scheiße" ("shit") and its variations are almost always used in exactly the same way as the word "fuck" in English. In many European countries, swearing is rarely considered an issue when it comes to film ratings—for example, ''Film/SilverLiningsPlaybook'', which has about seven dozen f-words, was rated "tous publics" (equivalent to the MPAA's "G") in France, and children as young as six could watch it in the Netherlands.


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Due to [[SeparatedByACommonLanguage the nature of language]], this trope is prone to ValuesDissonance about what words are appropriate. [[DidNotDoTheBloodyResearch "Bloody", "cunt", "[[CountryMatters cunt]]", "ass" and "twat"]], just to name a few words, have ''very'' different connotations on the two sides of the Atlantic. [[ForeignCurseWord And that's just the differences within one single language.]] While, like many other English words, the word "fucking" exists with only a minor variation in German ("ficken"), it's only used as a verb and almost never as a curseword. The word "Scheiße" ("shit") and its variations are almost always used in exactly the same way as the word "fuck" in English. In many European countries, swearing is rarely considered an issue when it comes to film ratings—for example, ''Film/SilverLiningsPlaybook'', which has about seven dozen f-words, was rated "tous publics" (equivalent to the MPAA's "G") in France, and children as young as six could watch it in the Netherlands.



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General phrases include:
*"Fuck you!"
*"Fuck off!"
*"Go fuck yourself!"
*"Shut the fuck up!"
*"What the fuck?!"
*Adding "fucking/motherfucking/the fuck" in any sentence.
*Or other profane words such as "damn," "shit," hell," "god damn," or slurs.
10th Jul '17 5:21:49 PM AlexThePlayStationBoy
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Precision F-Strike is when a character suddenly swears [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness in an uncharacteristically strong manner]], or when a swear is [[ToneShift unexpectedly used in a work with mild language]].

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A Precision F-Strike is when a character suddenly swears [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness in an uncharacteristically strong manner]], or when a swear is [[ToneShift unexpectedly used in a work with mild language]].
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