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to dislike the word 'blardy'

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ooojimaflip Tue 03-Nov-09 12:54:09

What's wrong with 'bloody' ffs?

Blardy sound all wrong and annoying in my head.

MadreInglese Tue 03-Nov-09 12:55:20

I MN at work and worry about swear words being picked up by our IT bods <paranoid> so I always try not-quite-sweary versions

MadreInglese Tue 03-Nov-09 12:55:45

<on my lunchbreak if you IT bods are watching me!>

Fruitbatlings Tue 03-Nov-09 12:58:57

how do you feel about farking?

ooojimaflip Tue 03-Nov-09 13:00:37

I assume it's a reference to fark.com

Fruitbatlings Tue 03-Nov-09 13:01:50

ooh, no, what's that? Or should I stay well clear? hmm

RubyrubyrubyScaryBin Tue 03-Nov-09 13:03:08

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ooojimaflip Tue 03-Nov-09 13:03:13

If your gonna be mealy mouthed, then the american versions at least seem like proper words. "The freaking thing is busted all to heck".

Blardy and fark sound like you've got a speech impediment.

ooojimaflip Tue 03-Nov-09 13:04:04

It's no 4chan /b/ so don't worry.

ooojimaflip Tue 03-Nov-09 13:05:08

And bloody really ISN'T a swear word.

displayuntilbestbefore Tue 03-Nov-09 13:05:59

"The freaking thing is busted all to heck"
grin

I wish people spoke like that on a regular basis. Life would be so entertaining!

Fruitbatlings Tue 03-Nov-09 13:06:39

I'd rather see the proper words tbh, not too sure about "freaking"
What about fakking? But you'd have to be from saaaf landon

GrimmaTheNome Tue 03-Nov-09 13:08:28

YANBU

I like 'feck' though - I humbly refer you all to doogle.com

Kathyis12feethighandbites Tue 03-Nov-09 13:09:57

I agree OP. This is probably the thing that annoys me most about Mumsnet. Don't mind 'fecking' so much because it makes me think of Father Ted.

Was reading 'The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner' last night and he keeps saying 'bogger' instead of 'bugger'. But that was 40 years ago....

ooojimaflip Tue 03-Nov-09 13:10:32

'feck' is a word in it's own right though.

RubyrubyrubyScaryBin Tue 03-Nov-09 13:11:46

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GrimmaTheNome Tue 03-Nov-09 13:13:49

Bugger is definitely OK to use - its in the James Herriot vet books. Yorkshire idiomatic term, now't wrong wi' it.

MadreInglese Tue 03-Nov-09 13:48:46

I prefer fooking to farking tbh

ooojimaflip Tue 03-Nov-09 13:52:54

I prefer fucking. Just in general.

RubyrubyrubyScaryBin Tue 03-Nov-09 13:53:26

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MamaLazarou Tue 03-Nov-09 13:53:53

YABU. There is no such word.

ooojimaflip Tue 03-Nov-09 14:14:52

Darn is another of those rather endearing american euphamisms. I rather like dash. "Dash it all Celia, it's all do frightfully, frightfully terrible." But I think it would get annoying if used too much. Blinkin' nora sounds like comedy cockney, so would be fine in that context.

ooojimaflip Tue 03-Nov-09 14:15:36

I know someone who uses 'Hells Teeth!' in normal converstion. With no hint of irony.

nickelbang Tue 03-Nov-09 14:21:20

Pedant alert!

"By Kathyis12feethighandbites Tue 03-Nov-09 13:09:57

Was reading 'The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner' last night and he keeps saying 'bogger' instead of 'bugger'. But that was 40 years ago...."

it's Alan Sillitoe and he says "bogger" because it's a genuine Nottingham term. It's not quite as strong as bugger and has more ways to use it.

grin

ps: blardy and farking grate on my teeth, too!

nickelbang Tue 03-Nov-09 14:21:51

sorry, probably shoudl have included that he's from Nottingham andthat's why he would use a Nottingham term!

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