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The most useful word in the english language.

SlaveToTheGrind

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Mod., if this is to inappropriate, I am sorry and please delete the thread. Since the Friday Afternoon Club covers just about anything, I found this very funny. This should only be viewed from a safe computer and if your volume is low. It describes how the f*** can be used for a noun, adjective, adverb, etc. and is the most useful word in teh english language.

http://students.washington.edu/wfrenchu/Flash/Proper_Use_Of_English.swf
 

Wannaplan?

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And I always thought please was the most useful word in the English language. Hmph. What do I know?!
 

Chet

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Alan said:
And I always thought please was the most useful word in the English language. Hmph. What do I know?!

Alan that is sooo 20th century.
 

Bangorian

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Set.

Look it up sometime and see how many different ways it can be used.

I'm also pretty partial to 'eh', but that may be due to my lifelong proximity to Canada.
 

Tom R

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In my planning experience I've found the word "NO" the most useful. I want a poster with "NO" in 100 languages. Of course there's always "F*** NO."
 

JNL

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To quote Limp Bizkit:

"Ain't it a shame that you can't say f***
'Cos f***'s just a word
And it's all f***ed up"
 
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