I Swear

Who gives a @#$% about profanity? …a healthy 64 percent [of Americans questioned] said they use the F-word — ranging from several times a day (8 percent) to a few times a year (15 percent). “What we hear, it’s gross,” says Kramer, 67. “I tell them, ‘I have a dictionary and a Roget’s Thesaurus, and I don’t see any of those words in there!’ I don’t understand why these parents

Phucks Per Minute

List of films ordered by uses of the word “fuck”. The top 10 films in their list fucking suck, although I only saw one of them. I’m surprised Pulp Fiction is only #15 on the fucking list. VINCENT: I think we should be going now. JULES: Don’t do that! Don’t you fuckin’ do that! Don’t blow this shit off! What just happened was a fuckin’ miracle! VINCENT: Chill the fuck

Amusing Animated GIFs

I found the above animated GIF of Penn at growabrain. Here are some other amusing GIFs I’ve posted: Spider-man Can Dance An Animated Fight Running, Jumping, Pushing, Falling, Climbing


I swear a lot. It’s usually unintentional. I think I do it because I find it projects a casual attitude, emphasizing I don’t take most anything seriously. I bring this up because I’ve noticed more cursing showing up in the comments which I find strangely gratifying, but I’m concerned about it, too; a lot of people are offended by swearing, and I really don’t want to drive people away from