History Main / SymbolSwearing

3rd Aug '17 7:28:18 AM TheHeroHartmut
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* Parodied in ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga''. Princess Peach [[spoiler:(really Birdo dressed up)]] has her voice stolen at the start of the game by Fawful and Cackletta, and her words are replaced with symbols. However, the symbols actually fall from her speech bubbles and explode like bombs. [[spoiler:She then proceeds to make a long speech and nearly blows up the entire castle.]]

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* Parodied in ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga''. Princess Peach [[spoiler:(really Birdo dressed up)]] has her voice stolen at the start of the game by Fawful and Cackletta, and her words are replaced with symbols. However, the symbols [[WeaponsGradeVocabulary actually fall from her speech bubbles and explode like bombs. [[spoiler:She bombs.]] She then proceeds to make a long speech and nearly blows up the entire castle.]]



* In ''VideoGame/{{Final Fantasy VI}}'' a man in the town Narshe says "Narshe is a neutral city. We want no war here. But that #@%!* empire won't listen."

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Final Fantasy VI}}'' ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'' a man in the town Narshe says "Narshe is a neutral city. We want no war here. But that #@%!* empire won't listen."
3rd Aug '17 12:02:00 AM darkemyst
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* ''Webcomic/CharbyTheVampirate'' uses this mixed with GoshDangItToHeck, NarrativeProfanityFilter and creative UnusualEuphemism in white text over blacked out bits of text. The side comic ''Here There be Monsters'' uses symbol swearing or just blacking out letters though, as seen [[http://heretherebemonsters.us/comic/37 here.]]
30th Jul '17 8:06:33 PM WillBGood
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* One of Donna Barr (''Stinz'', ''ComicBook/TheDesertPeach'')'s comics had a vigorous bout of swearing denoted by a speech balloon containing a devil FlippingTheBird with both hands.

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* One of Donna Barr Barr's (''Stinz'', ''ComicBook/TheDesertPeach'')'s ''ComicBook/TheDesertPeach'') comics had a vigorous bout of swearing denoted by a speech balloon containing a devil FlippingTheBird with both hands.
30th Jul '17 8:06:22 PM WillBGood
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* One of Donna Barr (''Stinz'', ''ComicBook/TheDesertPeach'')'s comics had a vigorous bout of swearing denoted by a speech balloon containing a devil FlippingTheBird with both hands.
4th Jul '17 11:35:32 PM Twiddler
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* Used in the first ''Blue Avenger'' book for a comic-book feel, up until the English class where they discuss the word 'shit'.

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* Used in the first ''Blue Avenger'' ''Literature/BlueAvenger'' book for a comic-book feel, up until the English class where they discuss the word 'shit'.
10th Jun '17 9:49:38 PM dragonheart1986
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** In Celestia's Micro Series issue, a ponified GordonRamsay appears in the background of three different panels, and he's swearing in all three of them, as one might expect from the infamously foul-mouthed chef.

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** In Celestia's Micro Series issue, a ponified GordonRamsay appears in the background of three different panels, and he's brought his infamously foul mouth with him, symbol swearing in all three of them, as one might expect from the infamously foul-mouthed chef.panels.
10th Jun '17 9:47:31 PM dragonheart1986
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* In Celestia's Micro Series issue, a ponified GordonRamsay appears in the background of three different panels, and he's swearing in all three of them, as one might expect from the infamously foul-mouthed chef.

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* ** In Celestia's Micro Series issue, a ponified GordonRamsay appears in the background of three different panels, and he's swearing in all three of them, as one might expect from the infamously foul-mouthed chef.
10th Jun '17 9:45:11 PM dragonheart1986
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* In Celestia's Micro Series issue, a ponified GordonRamsay appears in the background of three different panels, and he's swearing in all three of them, as one might expect from the infamously foul-mouthed chef.
16th Mar '17 2:12:12 PM morenohijazo
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* A story of ''ComicBook/{{Iznogoud}}'' has him asking Dilat Larat for a rope, when he was down a cliff. Dilat dropped the entire length of rope. Iznogoud began cursing, with bombs, bones, axes etc. Then a lot of these items began falling from above, seemingly dropped by Dilat who thought Iznogoud was asking for them.

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* A story of ''ComicBook/{{Iznogoud}}'' has had him asking Dilat Larat Wa'at Alahf for a rope, when he was down a cliff. Dilat Wa'at dropped the entire length of rope. Iznogoud began cursing, with bombs, bones, axes etc. Then a lot of these items began falling from above, seemingly dropped by Dilat Wa'at who thought Iznogoud was asking for them.
11th Mar '17 12:49:43 AM Sabrewing
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** Referenced in 'Sam & Max Hit the Road'', in a conversation with a foul-mouthed psychic who gets his words bleeped out, which leads to the following exchange:

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** Referenced in 'Sam & Max Hit the Road'', ''VideoGame/SamAndMaxHitTheRoad'', in a conversation with a foul-mouthed psychic who gets his words bleeped out, which leads to the following exchange:
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