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To find myself using the word Cunt far more thanks to Mumsnet?

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peppapigmustdie Sun 09-Jun-13 21:11:47

Usually I am the one that friends come to for advice, usually I would say (regardless of gender) if the other person is being a prick then call them a prick..... no sliding scale. Since MN if they are being a cunt I say it?
Some, shall we call them beneficiaries of my advice are shocked, have I become immune to the word or is it still shocking?

Redbindy Sun 09-Jun-13 21:20:45

You are being a bit of a cunt for even thinking this way.

Hashtagwhatever Sun 09-Jun-13 21:24:49

It is my favourite word.

peppapigmustdie Sun 09-Jun-13 21:25:35

ok, I never meant to sorry, I was only meaning my terminology had changed.confused

peppapigmustdie Sun 09-Jun-13 21:27:39

I realise now that beneficiaries was the wrong word shock I meant people that ask for my advice and I give it to with no prompting.

Kleptronic Sun 09-Jun-13 21:27:57

That Redbindy is a wooden spoon wielding cunt, and so are you OP. grin Mind you I'm a cunt too. Embrace it, it's reclaiming the language for our very cuntish own.

kennyp Sun 09-Jun-13 21:28:01

my hairdresser said to me last week "see you next Tuesday" and I said to her "stop calling me a cunt". luckily she laughed.

I use the word regularly. numerous times a day.

squoosh Sun 09-Jun-13 21:28:07

Frontbottom offends me, cunt does not.

ExitPursuedByABear Sun 09-Jun-13 21:28:45

I never use it.

<MN prude>

Wishiwasanheiress Sun 09-Jun-13 21:29:58

Hate the word. Might use the Tuesday technique occaisionally in a year but I don't find reading mn makes me want to embrace it.

BarredfromhavingStella Sun 09-Jun-13 21:30:36

It's a fucking fabulous word (my favourite), use it freely & frequently.

peppapigmustdie Sun 09-Jun-13 21:31:43

Kleptronic happy to be a cunt, not so happy to be a wooden spoon wielder!

ExitPursuedByABear Sun 09-Jun-13 21:32:05

I don't understand the Tuesday reference


squoosh Sun 09-Jun-13 21:32:46

C U N(ext) T(useday)

Hashtagwhatever Sun 09-Jun-13 21:33:50

C.u.n.t see you next Tuesday

peppapigmustdie Sun 09-Jun-13 21:35:23

It as actually a genuine question, I find myself using it far more after 4 years of Mumsnet then ever before. Friends still find it shocking, so wondered if it was due to mn ? reasonable question or not!?

EleanorFarjeon Sun 09-Jun-13 21:35:36

I love the word cunt. Most satisfying.

ExitPursuedByABear Sun 09-Jun-13 21:36:27

Oh blush

How thick am I.?

squoosh Sun 09-Jun-13 21:36:59

You just have a lovely clean mind Exit!

peppapigmustdie Sun 09-Jun-13 21:37:42

ExitPersuedByABear, I will see you next Tuesday

kennyp Sun 09-Jun-13 21:37:52

agree with sqooosh - frontbottom is REVOLTING, imo.

oooh, and if someone says "there's no I in team" ... you can reply with "but there's a YOU in cunt". end of, as they say.

ExitPursuedByABear Sun 09-Jun-13 21:38:59


ExitPursuedByABear Sun 09-Jun-13 21:39:37

We use front bottom.


cardamomginger Sun 09-Jun-13 21:39:54

Me too. I never used to use it. I like twunt as well, but never use it as I've never come across it other than on MN so don't know how widespread it is.

DollyClothespeg Sun 09-Jun-13 21:42:05

I'm always on Mumsnet and have been for a couple of years in various guises. Can honestly say I've never felt the need to use that word. It's vile.
Far better to get your point across and show your displeasure without the use of it IMO!
<gets off soapbox>

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