A key example is Commodore Joy Valentine from the Samurai Champloo episode "Baseball Blues". His second line, accompanied with the middle finger, is, in Surprisingly Good English, "Fuck them!", and it doesn't get much better.
A calling card of amateur fan translators is compensating for what they lack in knowledge of Japanese by pumping the script full of narmishly high levels of coarse language, even if the characters weren't even cursing originally. This was most common when fansubs were in their infancy, but it still exists in some form to this day.
Cyber City is a fucking chickenshit pussy next to ViolenceJack!
Episode 12 of Abenobashi Mahou Shoutengai contains one of these from a hot dog vendor dressed as Elvis, for no reason other than that it was the "Hollywood" episode.
Mr. Kouhei: "HEY FUCKING COWBOY, FUCKING COWGIRL! HOW THE FUCK ARE YOU DOIN'? So tell me, are you kids on your FUCKING way home from school or something like that? FUCK, why don't you two buy a FUCKING hotdog from me, Mr. Kouhei! Come on bebah, don't be cruel you FUCKING cowboy! Tell you what, I'll give you the King Special with a ton of FUCKING ketchup and FUCKING mustard to go with those FUCKING hotdogs, and sell you a pair of them for 500 FUCKING Yen! How do you like those bargains, bebah? A-FUCK-YOU-VERY-MUCH-AH! Hey, are you lonesome tonight you FUCKING-Cheer-FUCKING-Girls? FUCKING HOTDOGS FOR SALE, FUCK YEAH!
On a related note, the Spanish dub constantly says the worst cuss words in the Spanish language. Considering the overall strength of Spanish cuss words, that is a lot.
Only the European Spanish dub, though. The Latin American dub is no worse than a typical anime dub.
The refrain of the second opening song to Death Note "What's Up People" repeatedly uses the word "sucker" and "fucker" in English (though the singer is technically saying Japanese words pronounced oddly, they don't mean anything and the intention is quite obvious). Incomprehensible enough to air on [adult swim] and YTVentirely unedited. Creating the odd situation when Adult Swim adds english subtitles to the song. The viewer will clearly hear the lyrics as "Hey hey ningen (human) sucker! Ah ningen fucker!", but the subtitles read "Hey hey subservient humanity!"
And even Revy peaks in a moment where she drops over half a dozen F-bombs in about thirty seconds:
Revy: ROCK! Fucking shit-for brains! The only fucking reason we're not dead right now is because, for some fucking reason, that fucking war maniac bitch put her gun away! Or maybe it was God's grace, or your great sense of humor! Yeah, I agreed to be your gun while we were here but this is fucked! I could protect you through the fucking Alamo! But it's just not fucking possible to protect a guy who's trying so damn hard to get FUCKING KILLED ALL THE TIME!
Rock: ...are you mad?
Revy: NOT EVEN CLOSE! I'm fucking pissed! Anyone but you, this would've been a bloodbath!
Agito in Air Gear commonly uses the F bomb, even making it his catchphrase.
The English dub of Claymore has a few during Jean's torture and Ophelia's awakening.
Given that he's a ridiculously strait-laced military man, you'll probably never hear Sōsuke Sagara from Full Metal Panic!! swear... unless, of course, he decides that he needs to go Gunnery Sergeant Hartman on your ass like he did in Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu. If that happens, then prepare to endure every every curse, slur, and swear word ever uttered before he's through with you, you limp-dicked, motherfucking, cocksucking, shit-maggot!
When asked, Sōsuke reveals that his diatribes come from a guidebook written by Sgt. Melissa Mao. Kaname later wonders if he even knows what the things he's saying actually mean.
Gates: It doesn't matter because they got Bruno, you stupid fuckup! You fucked up stealin' the Arbalest, you fucked up killing Bruno, you're a double fuckup! And I don't fucking like that!... And I can't afford to keep on letting you fuck up while you're on my watch.
For such a "gentleman", England from Axis Powers Hetalia certainly has one really filthy mouth... Of course, he also had a delinquent period as a pirate. BLOODY FUCKING SIR FRANCIS DRAKE, WHAT WHAT!
Tony the alien says "FUCKING" in each one of his brief appearances. "FUCKING LIMEY! I'LL KILL YOU FUCKING LIMEY!" "YOUR FUCKING FAULT."
Hiruma from Eyeshield 21, but only when directly addressing his Fucking Teammates, Fucking objects, the Fucking Manager or the Fucking Opponents (and once even the Fucking Crowd). Changed to Damn in the official english translation for obvious reasons.
One of the most prominent scenes with a major Cluster F-Bomb is that one episode where both Panty and Stocking are whacking a zombie cat with sex toys while shouting countless English swears at it. Even more hilarious that the people around are not amazed at how much they swear, but the fact that they're angels.
The English dub takes the sheer amount of swearing Up to Eleven; Panty says the word "fuck" in about half her sentences. Here's a official dub clip. In fact, this is an Invoked Trope, as the Japanese directors requested that the English dub crank up the vulgarity as much as possible. The reason why? So they could learn new swear words and slang.
For the record, Panty alone sets an all-time record by saying "Fuck" and variations there-of TWO HUNDRED & EIGHTY TWO times over the course of the 13 episode series.note And she doesn't even have any speaking lines in two of them. That's not even counting what any of the other characters say!
An episode of Gintama shows one of Gintoki's former comrades being chased down an alleyway, shooting his arm-cannon at his pursuers and screaming "Fuck you! Fuck you! Fuck you!" in English.
In Steel Angel Kurumi, the titular android seems to devolve into this as she's searching for Nakahito, her master, before she succumbs to her Devil mode.
Franken Fran has Gavrill, who drops F-Bombs on almost literally every page she's in.
John Constantine is generally fairly vulgar (in a British manner), but Brian Azzarello's run on Hellblazer took it to new heights: One issue had the "F-word" appearing 51 and a half times in a single issue, prompting the then-Director of Production to ask the Publisher, "Is this really necessary?" (For those who care, the one-half was someone screaming, across the top of a panel, "FUUUUUUUUU".)
Transmetropolitan. Both displayed and referenced. For example, aside from the cuss-laden dialogue, the reader is informed that after the Beast won the last election, Spider Jerusalem attempted to submit an "8,000-word" column... of the word "fuck" written 8,000 times.
Sam & Twitch, a spin off series of Spawn during the late 1990s had every single page of every single issue absolutely brimming with profanity. There was some fanmail at the back of each issue praising the writers for not swearing just to try to be cool, though I'm sure they were just trying to be ironic.
The Cluster F Bomb is dropped in a lot of Bendis's work. The first word in his Marvel series Alias is "Fuck!" and it really sets the fucking tone for the entire fucking series, fuckfaces. This is how the fuck Bendis talks in real fucking life. That fuck says fuck all the fucking time.
In the last (so far) book of Gorsky and Butch, they do a Matrix parody. When they appear in a "blank page", Gorsky launches into a Cluster F-Bomb to prove that they are outside the "comix" and no longer bound by its rules.
In the Nodwick story Krutz, two necromancers need a word of power ("krutz") said more times than they can hope to themselves in any reasonable amount of time. What do they do? Make it a swearword and popularize it overnight.
Oyuki aka "████ing Oyuki-chan", every few ████ing words—hence her ████ing nickname.
In a Doonesbury strip during the first Gulf War, a called-up National Guardsman admits that he's been a civilian so long he's even forgotten the proper use of "the F-word." A fellow soldier helpfully reminds him: "It's easy, just use it like a comma."
This was Moon Knight's response when he knew that Spider-man was unmasking in Civil War. It was bleeped out of course but he swore for about three panels.
In Rat Queens, every major character has a foul mouth and very little inhibition about using it. Hannah in particular, especially when she's dealing with Tizzie.
The Boys: Has plenty of swearing of course but from the Homelander after The Reveal "YOU FUCKING FUCKING FUCK. YOU FUCKED MY LIFE!"
Zodon of PS238, though due to an implanted chip he says random words instead of actually swearing, long torrents of cursing are transliterated as show tunes.
Fucking Fan Works
Two words: My Immortal. So much that there's even a drinking game for it.
Obviously, this'll apply to any cool or badass character who doesn't swear in the original material. Never mind that a key factor of the coolest badasses may be that they don't need to swear to keep up their image.
Naruto Abridged has a shorter outburst by Sasuke when his scene is cut off for the third time that episode.
The third episode of Jojo's Bizarre Adventure Abridged has a flashback to the time Joseph "kamikaze'd an immortal god into an active volcano", which consists entirely of him screaming "fuck" whilst being inundated with piranhas and octopi... in a biplane.
In Twilight Valley, pretty much everyone utters at least one profanity. The most outrageous would have to be:
"You bastard! How dare you call me stupid!?" - said by Littlefoot
"You bastards! I hope when Littlefoot, Deimos and his friends rescue me, they kill you first! And I?ll have your fu?" - said by Chomper. Yes, he nearly drops the F-bomb before he gets kicked in the ribs
"You are all assholes! I hope Deimos finds you and rips out your internal organs! And you Ms. Maia, I hope that you get captured and taken to be sentenced by the Great Valley elders; I?ll enjoy seeing your carcass hanging from a tree or lying broken on the outskirts of the Great Valley." - Chomper, again.
His Wham Line uses three f-bombs in the course of the same sentence.
Art: You don't fucking understand! I knew she was going to fucking die since I fucking arrived on the fucking Citadel!
Lina Eastwood from Pretty Cure Hollywood Stars is infamous for this; every single episode has her saying the F word at least once, and the one that doesn't (18) makes up for it by having her say it in the next episode preview.
Vegeta lets loose a volley of profanity that is beeped out by Jeice's scouter in Ep 19 of Dragon Ball Abridged, though at the end of the episode it's revealed to be a tame outburst with not a single F-Bomb.
The Golem in chapter eight and nine of The Exigence swear far more than any other characters.
Scott Steiner in WCW regularly went off script and also frequently indulged in gratuitous profanity. On at least one occasion, the censors gave up on trying to bleep out the swear words, and just turned the bleeper on until Steiner stopped talking.
In the interview segments of the 1995 IWA King of The Death Match tournament, Terry Gordy's response to being beaten by Cactus Jack was "Fuck! I can't believe that fucker beat me! Fuck!"
The Firesign Theatre Some douche on the internet, who another douche told everyone was The Firesign Theatre because nobody would download an MP3 from "Some Douche", has a very tongue-in-cheek skit describing the "F word" and its various grammatical uses in English. It includes a number of hilarious examples, including "Fuck the fucking fuckers" and "Why don't you go outside and play hide-and-go-fuck-yourself?". (The fucking douche's name is Jack Wagner, you fucks.)
Most of David Mamet's plays are guaranteed to used the words "asshole," "jagoff," "faggot," "cunt," "shit," and, of course, "fuck" at least once.
Indeed, Mamet uses this trope so frequently and gratuitously that Roger Ebert's Little Movie Glossary named it "Mamet Dammit."
Bottom Live, took profanity to every major British theatre:
Richie: Eddie, we are not saying "fuck" this year... oh, FUCK! Eddie: Can we say "Cunt"? Richie: Very much not... Eddie: Right! CUUUUUUUUNNNNNNNNNT!
Neil Simon seems to have an arbitrary love of curse words. He uses them liberally, and, to give one example, in his play "Rumors" he actually used the variation "Fuck-a-diddly doo!"
The musical The Book of Mormon is full of them, as can be expected from a musical by the creators of South Park. Especially the song "Hasa Diga Eebowai," which is revealed to be Ugandan for, "Fuck you, God."
Don't expect to come out of a Martin McDonagh play without an earful of this. Although it'll usually be the Irish slang varient "feck."
The musical Title of Show has one of these:
Blank Paper/Hunter: Fuck, your ass is crazy, motherfucker! But I fucking like you, and you may just be fucking crazy enough to fucking fuckity fuck fuck succeed, fuckin' fuckin' motherfucker! ** It is then lampshaded:
Jeff: Wow, what's with all the foul language? Is that appropriate or even necessary?
Fucking Stand-up Comedy
Frequently used by comedians, especially Louis CK who is practically a god of obscenity.
Katt Williams, so much so that every third to fifth word has to be bleeped out whenever his stand up specials are edited for tv.
The German comedian Michael Mittermeier parodied this in Zapped!. According to him, this is the way people speak in New York City: They use "fuck" whenever possible.
Tourist: Fuck you, fucking salesman! Gimme the fucking coke outta the fucking icebox. Shop owner: Hey man! You wanna fuck me with your fucking order? Fuck you! (and so on)
[Mimes opening a window] Helloooo! Shut the fuck up!
Denis Leary is rather fond of this trope, and uses it quite frequently in his routines. His "No Cure For Cancer" tour routine starts off with "Thank you, thank you, thank you, and fuck you!"
According to comedian Lewis Black, the city of New York uses "fuck" not as a swear word but, in his words, a comma. He also seems to be very fond of it himself.
The Kennedy Center in DC declined to let him record his HBO special Red, White and Screwed there, because of how many times he had said "fuck" in his last special ("Do you know how many times Mr. Black said 'Fuck'? ...Forty-two."), forcing him to record at the Warner Theater (which, according to Lew, has an "eighty-fuck limit.")
He has also joked on The Carnegie Hall Performance that when performing at Carnegie Hall, "I'm only allowed to say 'fuck' twelve times." He ends up saying it at least 75 times across both discs.
George Carlin had a bit in the seventies about the word itself, where at one point, he launches into a hilariously hostile Cluster F-Bomb: "Don't fuck with me you'll get fucked I'm the fucker don't fuck with the fucker! Fuck you and everyone that looks like you!"
During Bill Burr's epic 12-minute rant at the Opie and Anthony's Traveling Virus Comedy Tour's 2006 stop in Philadelphia, he used the word "fuck", "fucking", or "motherfucker" over 130 times, with the occasional "shit", "asshole", "Goddamn", and "cunt" for spice.
While Margaret Cho is no stranger to profanity herself, in Assassin she describes a letter she got after criticizing then-president George W. Bush. It started with "GOOK CHINK CUNT FUCKING DIE!" and got even more...poetic from there. To top it all off, it ended with "Jesus saves."
Misspent Youth by Robert Bohl, has "fuck" in the first sentence and all throughout it. It's a game where you play teenaged anarchists out to destroy a despot.
Changeling: The Dreaming's Nockers. Their kithbook outright states that half of their profanity is just a verbal tic, and the other half is the result of frustration. Either way, it makes them the most foul-mouthed of all the kiths, and there isn't any method of permanently keeping them from swearing.
In Greg Costikyan's Violence: the Role-Playing Game of Egregious and Repulsive Blood Shed, a vicious satire of the way nearly anything done in the average roleplaying game would be violent sociopathy in real life, one of the ways to earn extra character points is to agree to make one out of every four words out of your character's mouth be an obscenity.
In Don't Rest Your Head's supplement Don't Lose Your Mind, one of the powers is this. Whenever you say fuck, it intesifies things (If you say that there is a fucking fast car it could outspeed a racecar, if a dude is fucking huge he becomes a giant, etc.). Overuse of this power turns you into a perpetually swearing Nightmare known as a Fuckwit.
Web Fucking Animation
The Season 5 prep-video-thing for Red vs. Blue is a condensed version of all the episodes from Seasons 1 through 4... but only the vulgarity. It starts with 'Whoop-de-fucking-do', and goes downhills from there. Common phrases include- fuck, fucktard, shit, son of a bitch, crap, dick, shisno, bitch, and cockbite. It goes for about 2 and a half minutes.
Large portions of that show run on this trope, to surprisingly hilarious effect. Suffice to say, the absolute best quotes from the show are unfortunately inappropriate for anyone under the age of around forty-five.
Given that it's primarily Rant Comedy, Foamy tends to get into this often. Especially when dealing with fan mail. note "PS: Stop trying to champion a dead mans diet. Nobody gives to shits about your fat-kin propaganda. Keep that fucking mindless information to yourself, you fucking mindles zombie piece of shit. Choke on some bacon and die! I am gonna eat some twinkies and enjoy them, without having to hear some carb-counting rethoric shouted into my ear by some moron who doesn't have the self-esteem to be themselves. Go fuck yourself and die. Twice! Signed: Your carb-eating friend, Foamy.
The Angry Video Game Nerd. The guy who plays and invented him, James Rolfe, says this was because the first game he reviewed (Castlevania 2) was really hard. He doesn't just swear a lot, he invents compound swears for games he really hates (which is even referenced in his extended theme song: "He's the angriest, most pissed off gaming nerd / The games suck so bad he makes up his own words"). He also tends to use them strangely, in coinages like "this game is ass", or "it sucks monkey fuck". In one episode, he apologizes for being excessively foul after coining the portmanteau "shizz" (think about it) to describe his hatred of a game.
The above is parodied on Something Awful's Flash Tub section, in a series of shorts entitled Furious Famicom Faggot. The first episode in particular has an excellent example of a Cluster F-Bomb.
Nerd: Fuck. *Blam!* Wow. I just shot down a duck by saying "fuck."
The one time the AVGN didn't swear at all was in a Christmas-themed crossover with Captain S, a squeaky-clean Sega-themed parody of Captain N: The Game Master. As difficult as it can be getting used to listening to the Nerd drop shitfucks and fuckshits like there's no tomorrow, it's downright painful listening to the neutered Nerd uttering sentence after sentence nary a single fuckin' fuck. (It makes the gag at the end all the more hilarious, though.)
He digs deep into the bowels of his fucking HEART to release the grandmaster of all fucks when he finds out he was "born too fuckin' early" in his Godzilla review.
This epic rant from his Power Glove review is probably the biggest example of this in the whole series.
"Now you're playing with power." (Pause) Now you're playing with fuckin' shit! You're better off fuckin' shit than fuckin' with this fucked up shit! Fuck this shit! You don't know shit about how fuckin' shitty this fuckin' shit is! It's so bad it sucks! It's so fuckin' suck it fucks! And I...can't take it anymore.
The "so much you can't take them seriously" variant was used in a previous version of this page's introduction, but most of it was removed for the sake of clarity. Readers curious as to how bad it was can always check the page history.
Internet Radio has no censorship whatsoever. No Holds Barred Radio was one of the pioneers of it and the title is exactly what it is:
"I don't know what the fuck you're talking about; I have a great fucking vocabulary. Fuck just happens to be my favorite fucking word!"
"Fuck you, fuck you again and fuck you three more times just because I feel like it!"
and of course
"I'm gonna hang you out the fucking window, saw off your balls with a butter knife; sew them in your mouth and make you whistle dixie you FUCKING FAGGOT!"
The web RP Insane Cafe 3: The Curse of the Haunted Hotel has Deimos, a Utahraptor with an incredibly foul mouth. Some of his more profanity laced quotes (almost every one of his quotes has one profanity in it):
"Don! If you don't shut the fuck up I am going to pistol whip your fucking ass back to the fucking ruins of the Insane Cafe! Do you fucking understand!?"
"What don't you fucking understand?! Get your fucking asses moving and get some fucking help! Do I fucking make myself clear!?" Deimos shouted.
This video about the "worst job ever" features a guy who clearly does not enjoy his work. Apparently, in the regular course of the day, he descends from listlessness to multiple Cluster F Bombs, even though all he has to do is say "yes". The guy on the other end is the guy from the Verizon ads, forever asking him, "Can you hear me now?"
The Newgrounds flash "Tiberium ecstasy", where a Nod Commando drops one while stomping his hat after figuring out the squad leader was lost in a drinking contest the night before.
"MOTHERFUCKINGGODDMANFUCKINGPIECEOFSHIT ARE YOU SERIOUS?!"
Fuck Planet Earth is a compilation of clips from the BBC series Planet Earth, overdubbed to give the animals voices. An innocuous enough concept. Nature being what it is, however, it's hardly surprising that this trope is in full force.
Immersion, which tests how video game practices relate to the real world, tested whether a trained combat veteran could handle the distraction of three typical internet nerds yelling abuse while he shot targets on a range.
Gordon Bennet and Missy Blackwell on The War Comms are fucking horrible with this trope, and Rod's not much better. Ralph and a few of the other kinder socks can do this when they're in a bad enough mood.
"You can only carry one FUCKING stone at a FUCKING time. At no other time in the FUCKING game do they pull any sort of FUCKING inventory restriction malarkey. In fact, Alyssa is currently carrying eight FUCKING bottles of Lavender water, four FUCKING Sigil stones, three FUCKING invisibility bands, and enough FUCKING arrows to break FUCKING Legolas' FUCKING gay elf back! To make no mention that you can still easily be carrying the huge ass compass thing from earlier. BUT ONLY ONE FUCKING STONE AT A TIME!"
Whether you love him or hate him, much of The Amazing Atheist's popularity and humor comes from his liberal application of this trope, either as his YouTube persona or as himself. In fact, it's very rare for a fuck- or shit-free video to come from him. An old video of his takes this to its logical conclusion, in response to the more "prudish" arguments against him (with Country Matters as the cherry on top):
Hypothetical arguer:[in a mocking smug voice] I'm tired of people on YouTube using profanity. TAA: Yeah, uh... fuck-fuck, shit-ass-cunt-motherfuck, dick-sucking motherfuckers, fuckity-fuck-shit-fuck!
This video from DasBoSchitt. Nearly all of Renamon's vocabulary consists of various swears strung together, the actual phrase she's trying to say in subtitles for the viewer's benefit. Except for the time when she actually is swearing ("Limp-dick fag fucker!", indeed).
Engines of Creation features the character Lily launching into a profanity-laden tirade against the Magi Phearon Tome.
The show does it purely for laughs, primarily because the characters doing the curses are third-graders. One episode left "the s word" uncensored and featured a counter for how many times it was said. It ended at 162. Oh, and don't forget the movie, which at the time set a record for number of swear words.
Probably a great deal more if you count all the times it's shown on screen on T-shirts, hats, newspapers...
Virtually every sentence uttered by Kenny contains the word fuck. Of course his speech is muffled so that the only word you don't have trouble understanding is fuck.
"What's the big deal? It doesn't hurt anybody! Fuck Fuckity Fuckfuckfuck!"
Surprisingly enough, that was Getting Crap Past the Radar — it was originally "Shut your fucking face, mother fucker", but that would've pushed it over to NC-17. Luckily, Matt and Trey thought that "Uncle fucker" was funnier.
The movie is also that rarest of beasts in that there's actually a point to the cluster bombing (that the world's problems will never be solved by overzealous censoring).
Cluster N Bomb in "With Apologies to Jessie Jackson."
The animated Spawn movie rarely let a sentence go by without using the F-bomb, regardless of whether it made sense or not.
Depending on who is talking on The Boondocks this can happen, ironically enough by the white people on the show more that the black people (even though the two white people who do so are voiced by Charlie Murphy and Sam Motherfuckin' Jackson himself).
Also, the rare Cluster S Bomb was done by Tom Dubois, of all people.
The Oblongs: "How could I have been such a fiddly faddly fool!? Excuse the string of F-words. Subverted, of course.
A gag on Bromwell High had one of the main characters doing a piece on the sitar for the school's music night. The girl then goes to her friends for commentaries. One of them pulls out an S Bomb, so to speak.
Natella: Well? What did you think? Give me your honest opinion. Keisha: You were shit. Shitter than shit. You were so shit that it made me want to block up my ears with shit, then eat some shit, and then do a shit. Natella: Right. Latrina? Latrina: ... Shit.
On Drawn Together, the characters toast to freedom of speech ("Fuck yeah!" "It's the shit!"). Captain Hero then rips off his pants and says "I wanna to fuck the head off a fucking pig and then rip its fucking guts out and then fuck its fuck fuckity fuck fuck fuck fuck fucky fuck fuck fuck fuck..."
For an example not from a main character, there's the creepy one-shot appearance by Glenn Danzig, who bought Carl's house when it was filling up with elf blood. While interrogating Shake as to where the Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future is...
Danzig: Now...listen to me as hard as you f—king can. The f—king robot came with the f—king house and now it's f—king gone!
In Home Movies, the episodes "Coffins and Cradles" and "Curses" have tons of swearing mostly by Brendon, Coach Mc Guirk, and Linda.
There was an episode of Dexter's Laboratory, "Rude Removal", in which Dexter accidentally made evil twins of himself and DeeDee. This episode has only been shown at panels at animation conventions because of all the rude language that ensues. [adult swim] eventually released the episode and now it can be easily located.
Animaniacs of all things had a moment where girly Dot burst into a string of (bleeped of course) profanities upon messing up her introduction one too many times. Yakko proudly says, "That's my cute little sister who said that. Good night, everybody!"
Tiny Toon Adventures had a character named Foulmouth who frequently go into Cluster (Bleep) Bombs whenever enraged (which was pretty much constantly).
The episode "Sailor Mouth" of Spongebob Squarepants. Sure, it was bleeped by dolphin noises, but it's obvious "fuck" was the intended word since it fit so neatly into their sentences. The episode was pretty much a parody of this - why else would Patrick refer to the words as "sentence enhancers"?
Actually, someone who worked for Nick actually said what they said was really "phony."
At the end of "Krusty Love", SpongeBob lets out a stream of...gibberish that is obviously intended to be interpreted as cursing.
Mrs. Puff: I had no idea Spongebob had such a colourful vocabulary!
Mr. Krabs: ... (Gaping in shocked silence with his jaw on the ground)
In the movie Tarzoon: Shame of the Jungle the character Brutish uses the word in nearly all his sentences even as he's been eaten alive and dying in his final breath he says " the goddamn fucking insects in the goddamn fucking swamp, in the goddamn fucking sun, in the goddamn fucking rain".
In the Duckman episode "Forbidden Fruit", Fluffy and Uranus cut loose with one of these after Duckman finally manages to drive them over the edge by staying at/destroying their house.
Cher does this (and says a lot of, um, other stuff) to Jay Sherman in an episode of The Critic.
The Powerpuff Girls episode "Curses" has the girls overhearing a profanity uttered by the Professor. Not knowing it was a vulgarity, the girls think it's neat and spend the episode repeating it, much to the shock of the citizens and their teacher.
Lana does this in Archer when she sticks her hand in dry ice, thinking that it was regular ice.
The Hungarian dub of King of the Hill took a quite... realistic approach with its dialog, in that the characters talk like real-life people would, with all the swear words you might expect. Episodes that don't have at least half a dozen uncensored, clearly audible cuss words are rare. Hank's voice actor especially likes to stress his "fuck"s, "dick"s and "cunt"s, while there is usually a "fuck" hidden in just about everything Boomhauer says.
Used occasionally on Robot Chicken. For instance, when Dick Cheney steals Tony Stark's original Iron Man prototype, he adopts "go fuck yourself' as a catch phrase.
Palpatine in the Star Wars specials seems to adopt this. Then again, seeing how the same specials also depict Palpatine as a potty mouth, it isn't surprising.
Attempted by Phineas of Phineas and Ferb, though with his innocence it doesn't quite go as planned;
Phineas: We'll build the best dang carwash in the whole dang world, dangit!...I can't really pull that off, can I?
Ferb: You're not very street.
Family Guy rarely has major swearing but after the series was revived, there has been a good amount of cursing by everyone in the show and just as much in the Star Wars spoofs.
Has a great example of a cluster f-bomb in a cut away gag where Dick Cheney is a door greeter at Wall-Mart. His greeting to every person to walk in the door is a melancholic "Go fuck yourself."
"GET OUT OF THE FUCKING CAR!!! GET OUT OF THE FUCKING CAR RIGHT NOW MAN!!!"
In the movie special episode "Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story", future Chris' wife launches F bomb after F bomb, such as "Stop fucking apologizing!" and "That was some fucking good dinner, Mrs. Griffin!" After she insults Stewie, he drops an F bomb of his own against her.
Fred Jones of Scooby-Doo fame pulled this off during a Cartoon Network Scooby Doo bumper, going on a curse-filled rant about his ascot, when people asked, why the scarf? The rest of his friends are deeply offended by Freddy's Cluster F Bomb.
Every time a light technician walks onto the set during filming, the take is useless. The shot has to be reset, the actors have to wait around for ten minutes to half an hour and try to keep up the energy so it doesn't look like they're completely bored when they do the next take. If you're giving it your all, it's bound to be a little annoying. And it sounded like the guy had done this several times. Sorry for ruining the fun.
Fuuuuuck, that's not fucking ruining anyone's shit, fucker. *smirk* That was just adding more fuckin' context, can you fucking dig it?
DavidJaffe, essentially knows no social context, and will sprinkle these into his speech, whether it be on his personal blog, while doing interviews, or appearing on a panel of guests. Most of the time he's not even upset when he says it.
The founder of the Parti Quebecois, Rene Levesque, is famed among other things for being the first person to utter the word "fuck" on television in Canada, as noted by Bowser and Blue in their aforementioned song. "C'était foké."
Please note that "fuck" in Quebec French is a mild Expletive and an Anglicism. The direct equivalent is... Just pick any of them.
EGM once noted that, in person, John Madden seems to say "fuck" every other word, and his most impressive power is the ability to stop doing this when he goes on-air. This may explain his sometimes redundant speaking style; he's concentrating too hard on not cussing to say anything informative.
An amusing now-PG version is recorded in a letter to Abraham Lincoln from a slavery proponent:
God damn your god damned old hellfired god damned soul to hell god damn you and goddam your god damned family's god damned hellfired god damned soul to hell and good damnation god damn them and god damn your god damned friends to hell.
Not used by Richard Nixon. Contrary to popular belief, most of the "expletives deleted" were apparently "hell" and "damn", and at the worst "shit".
However, Nixon publicly campaigned on being against swearing, arguing that Harry S Truman - a master of profanity - ruined the dignity of the office. Those "expletives deleted" merely revealed Nixon as a hypocrite. Among other things.
Current Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel, formerly a US Congressman and White House Chief of Staff, is notorious for this.
Actual quote to PA Congressman Joe Sestak on the phone: If you fuck this up I will fuck you, I will kill you. All right, I love you. Bye.
Lampooned by none other than his former boss, Barack Obama, [paraphrased] "Rahm is having trouble with this holiday, he's not used to saying the word 'Day' after 'Mother'".
A bit of controversy erupted when he was chosen to be Obama's Chief of Staff. One reporter on NPR described him in Lewis Black's terms (below) as "using the F word like a comma." Another reporter described a plaque in Emanuel's office as having the text, "The Secretary of ____ Off." (Of course they had to bowdlerize for broadcast, as this was Morning Edition.)
And the quote by Obama: "Apparently, Eric claimed that Rahm Emanuel came up to him in the House locker room, stark naked, screaming obscenities at him. To which I say, 'welcome to my world'."
He refers to Washington, D.C. as "Fucknutsville," uses "fucker" as a term of endearment, and once jumped on a table and shouted, "The Republicans can go fuck themselves!" Yeah, he's practically this trope personified.
Well, as H.R. Haldeman once remarked, every president needs a son of a bitch...
Hell, New England in general. "Fuck" and its many variations are basically additional punctuation here, with "Jesus fuckin' christ!" being a catch-all phrase for virtually anything major or unexpected.
Lee Elia, then-manager of baseball's Chicago Cubs, delivered this tirade at a postgame press conference in 1983, serving up his opinion of the Cub fans who had been booing his woebegotten team.
Jay Johnstone copied and printed the whole thing in his book Temporary Insanity. He had very good reason; Johnstone was a member of that Cubs team and he, among others, were fired up and did better once he got that.. fervent show of true support from Elia. The coach still lost his job at the end of the season, however, likely due in large part to this truely inspired flood of invective. Elia himself never complained about it, although that could be because the first thing he said before the F-bombing run was "QUOTE ME". They did.
In Game 4 of the 1977 World Fucking Series, Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda came out to remove pitcher Doug Rau after Rau surrendered three straight hits to the Yankees. When Rau protested...well, listen to it here.
Here's some more moments in f-bombing with Lasorda, the Joe Pesci of the baseball diamond.
And here's Weaver sharing his thoughts while answering fan questions during a pregame radio show "on the Baltimore Oriole Baseball Fucking Network".
Ichiro Suzuki, a Seattle Mariners player whose first language is Japanese, in practice uses an interpreter for English language interviews. That hasn't stopped him from making some truly epic observations (such as his disdain for Cleveland), but in 2008, it was revealed that Suzuki makes a profane-laced speech—in English—to the American League team at every All-Star Game he has appeared in through 2010 (Suzuki was not on the 2011 team). No recording of this speech is readily available online. Other players who have witnessed the speech call it one of the funniest things they've ever seen.
After the infamous "tuck rule game" (an American Football playoff game decided by a particularly obscure rule), the losing Oakland Raiders were understandably put out. Analysts described the Oakland press conference afterwords as "the Raiders sounded like a truck backing up" (in the US at least, large trucks make loud beeping noises when in reverse).
Gordon Ramsay's ingredients for omlette: 2 fucking eggs, some fucking chives, 1 fucking knob of fucking butter, and show some fucking PASSION!
According to Anthony Bourdain, vigorous and frequent use of curse words is common in the culinary world. So the chefs preparing the gourmet meals at that 5-star restaurant you go to on special occasions? Probably cursing up a storm back there in that kitchen.
Shown in Ramsay's many documentaries and game shows as pretty common, good cook or not.
Hokkien peng, not least the Singaporean variety, (stereo)typically cluster C-bomb. And insult Your Mother.
Ferenc Gyurcsány, former Prime Minister of Hungary, dropped one that lasted over an hour. It pretty much killed his career (not because of the profanity, but because of the long list of things he accidentally confessed to. His native language being Hungarian, you'd wish 'fuck' was the worst thing he said. It wasn't.
Speaking of Hungarian, the language contains enough swear words to cuss continuously for minutes without repeating yourself. Obviously, the speakers make use of this property. A lot. All the fucking time.
DKos Oil Booming School: "Rope is not rope. It is fucking rope. All of it. Every yard of rope is fucking rope. Every section of boom is fucking boom." — Fishgrease
When you've a place named "Fucking, Austria", articles about it are bound to fall into this. Such as that above otherwiki page. This was unintentionally invoked, of course.
Jim Cornette is such a constant cusser (if his RF Video shoots are to be believed) that it is amazing he is even ABLE to turn it off when the camera is on him.
Actually may serve a purpose: pain tolerance. A scientific study dealing with that was done with volunteers. Both groups were subjected to (an equal amount of) continuous pain (caused by the same thing), and they were to pull away the moment they could no longer bear it. Those who responded to the pain by cursing repeatedly were shown to be able to take the pain for longer amounts of time than the group who didn't. And it appears that neutral words or Gosh Darn It to Heck! doesn't work nearly as well as serious 'fuck'-level obscenities.
The logic of many middle schoolers seems to go, "Adults swear more than children. In movies, cool people swear more than nerds. Therefore, the more you swear, the more cool and grown-up you look. Also, swearing is some fucking fun shit! *giggles*" The result is a lot of this trope.
The Wiener's Circle in motherfucking Chicago, Illinois is as famous for its profane staff as its hot dogs, bitch!
Mike Henry of Family Guy and The Cleveland Show stated on Inside the Actors Studio that his favorite curse word is "a series of fucks," and then demonstrated.
This little child didn't like what they were getting for breakfast. Prize for youngest ever Cluster F Bomb? I suspect so.
All British and Australian people swear a damn lot.
Chileans also like to swear a lot. There's a particular word known as huevón, which can mean many things from "dude" to "fucker", and you never will hear a Chilean covnersation in which there isn't two or three huevón bombs dropped in.
Croatian ex-tennis player Goran Ivanisevic. Behold. Comment with translation is just under the video.
Russian even has a dialect that is based on forming sentences out of obscene and profane words using Buffy Speak, called mat.
Donald fucking Trump wants you to know that he's not going to mess around with those motherfuckers in China, he's not going to let OPEC raise the fucking price of oil, and he's going to build a fucking school in Brooklyn.
High school. Even the fucking Honors and AP kids fucking swear like you would not fucking believe.
Especially the Honors and AP kids.
People in the construction field fucking swear like crazy. Young or old, every other fucking word out of a construction worker's fucking mouth is going to be yours fucking truly.
The same can be said for many other trades. Work with them long enough, and an electrician's language is no longer shocking; a plumber's potty-mouth is hardly noticed.
There's a reason for the saying "Swears like a sailor".
Ditto for the oil field. If you spend much time on rigs, you soon realize that ever third word is "fuck", "shit", or "cunt". Combinations and translations of said words are not uncommon either. Also, THE single most common phrase you'll hear while working on the fields is "WHERE'S THAT FUCKING MUDLOGGER!?".note The job of the mudlogger is to analyze and catalog the chemical composition of the mud, and the drilling cannot go on without regular updates from the mudlogger, which means that if the mudlogger is off taking a piss, having a smoke, answering his/her cell, or whatever, the drilling will not be able to continue without them, and if they take their sweet time, you're gonna have a bunch of very pissed roughnecks.
If you even state a belief that profanity is disrespectful or a sign of limited vocabulary, you're just asking for a Cluster F Bomb to be flung your way. Especially on internet forums, in which case linking to the No Cussing Club's site or even an article about it will invite some pretty colorful language.
While Cisco's Carrier Routing System, a large-scale core router, was in development, it was known by the code name of HFR, or Huge Fucking Router.
This code name was coined in the tradition of Cisco's previous service provider router, the GSR (12000-series), whose development code name was BFR, or Big Fucking Router. BFR even had a logo of a fist punching through a globe.
As a public relations disaster unfolded in Tony Blair's government in 2002, permanent secretary Sir Richard Mottram summed the matter up with typical British aplomb:
"We're all fucked. I'm fucked. You're fucked. The whole department is fucked. It's been the biggest cock-up ever and we are all completely fucked."
Spanish makes this easy with the "Me cago en..." (I shit on...) construction. You simply take it and string together the most over-the-top string of blasphemies you can think of. Examples include ¡Me cago en todos tus muertos! ("I shit on all your dead relatives!"), ¡Me cago en Dios y las tetas de la Virgen! ("I shit on God and the Virgin Mary's tits!"), and ¡Me cago en un tren lleno de santos, obispos, y angeles con Jesucristo de conductor! ("I shit on a train full of saints, bishops, and angels, and Jesus Christ is the train driver!").
The French Revolutionary newspaper "Le Père Duchesne", by Hébert, had "foutre" (the French equivalent of "fuck") basically once a sentence, between 1790 and 1794. It was very popular.
The infamous Russian extreme right-wing politician Vladimir Zhirinovsky is especially known for his liberal use of the Russian mat (see above) and his occasional brawls. His most notable one was coming to the Russian embassy in Bagdad in the year 2003, shortly before the invasion, getting pissing drunk and delivering an obscenity-spiked speech/rant why George W. Bush (or, as Zhirinovsky called him, "shitty cowboy") shouldn't attack Iraq. It became a hit on Youtube very fast.