FUCK oR FCUK

I am sharing with you a talk by osho on the word ” FUCK”. My roommate diwakar found this talk in mp3 format and we listened it. And there was roar of laughter in the room.

Am still not comfortable with the word fuck. Not now and not never. A few of my classmates be them boys or girls have used the “f” word in public . It makes me seriously awkward.

Sometime back a girl (relative of mine) wore a t-shirt with fcuk  written on it.  I was seriously taken aback. Then to my surprise  “FCUK” is a brand of apparels.Which still meant ” FUCK ” see the add of “FCUK” below.

Fuck” can be used as a noun, verb, adjective, adverb, pronoun, or interjection and can logically be used as virtually any word in a sentence (e.g. “Fuck the fucking fuckers”).

French Connection exploited the controversy of the name, producing an extremely popular range of t-shirts with messages such as

“fcuk fashion”

fcuk this

“hot as fcuk”

“mile high fcuk”

“too busy to fcuk”

“lucky fcuk”

“Fun Comes Usually Kneeling”,

“fcuk on the beach”

“Cool as fcuk”

“fcuk in hull”

no fcukin worries” (in Australia) and

“fcuk off”

Chugging the fcuk” and

“Munching on fcuk” .

In 1928, D. H. Lawrence‘s novel Lady Chatterley’s Lover gained notoriety for its frequent use of the words fuck, fucked, and fucking.

Its sunday . I am sure , this video will make you laugh . Only if you have sense of humor and alas ! sense of humor can not be borrowed.

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