WE all have our bad days which is why we’ve developed the vocabulary to describe shite, shitty or piss-awful experiences. But some arseholes say this bollocks instead:
There are few things in this world so insignificant that ‘shoot!’ would be appropriate. A change in direction of a light breeze, maybe. But anything more annoying than a dropped spoon, and you need to break out the full, unadulterated ‘shit’. It’s nothing. Your granny says it.
‘Oh my gosh’
Some may deem it sacrilegious to take the Lord’s name in vain. Others argue that those who think it’s ‘in vain’ to call on a higher power have never stubbed their toe while carrying a fresh mug of coffee. They’re calling on a divine entity to save them from the worst f**king pain known to humankind, just like Christ himself did.
Aside from Cockney chimneysweeps, no one should be breaking out a ‘blimey’ to express surprise, excitement or even alarm. If you want something mild to use around a young child, use ‘bloody hell’. They’ll still get in trouble if they say it at school, but at least they won’t sound like Oliver Twist begging for extra gruel.
Who is Louise? Why is she getting dragged into it? Every good woman will admit that she’d rather hear a man drop a ‘twat’ or a quick ‘bitch’ rather than resort to piss-poor feminine swearing of this variety. Grow a pair.
Quite apart from ‘fudge’ already being semi-rude as part of ‘fudge tunnel’, this childish attempt not to drop the F-bomb cheapens everyone who hears it. The Anglo-Saxons didn’t come up with such a good strong expletive for you to water it down like that. Have some f**king respect.
‘A load of rubbish’
Now you’re just being lazy. Your life’s not just rubbish, it’s a heap of crap. A great big load of bollocks. A steaming mound of flaming shit. If you’re still resorting to describing the situation as ‘rubbish’, you’re not facing your problems head-on. Someone needs to swear at you, and fast.