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    Quote Originally Posted by basurero
    Профанация в фильмах только делает их поближе к действительности. Большинство людей так и говорит.
    Profanities in film often... do... something to virgins' places?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seventh-Monkey
    Quote Originally Posted by basurero
    Профанация в фильмах только делает их поближе к действительности. Большинство людей так и говорит.
    Profanities in film often... do... something to virgins' places?
    I assume that's your attempted translation? Let me help: "Profanity in films only makes it closer to reality. The majority of people talk just like that."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barmaley
    Quote Originally Posted by Seventh-Monkey
    Quote Originally Posted by basurero
    Профанация в фильмах только делает их поближе к действительности. Большинство людей так и говорит.
    Profanities in film often... do... something to virgins' places?
    I assume that's your attempted translation? Let me help: "Profanity in films only makes it closer to reality. The majority of people talk just like that."
    Thanks. It was a quick none-too-educated attempt. I could make out the second bit, but that word that looked rather like девественица (Ночной Дозор учил мне) confused me .
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    [quote=Seventh-Monkey]
    Quote Originally Posted by Barmaley
    Quote Originally Posted by "Seventh-Monkey":2k5grkyr
    Quote Originally Posted by basurero
    Профанация в фильмах только делает их поближе к действительности. Большинство людей так и говорит.
    Profanities in film often... do... something to virgins' places?
    I assume that's your attempted translation? Let me help: "Profanity in films only makes it closer to reality. The majority of people talk just like that."
    Thanks. It was a quick none-too-educated attempt. I could make out the second bit, but that word that looked rather like девественица (Ночной Дозор учил мне) confused me .[/quote:2k5grkyr]
    I always thought virgin was целая...
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    You mean целка I daresay?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rtyom
    You mean целка I daresay?
    Yeah, even though Lingvo calls it "canned goods." Well I guess that's one way of putting it...
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    [quote=Seventh-Monkey]
    Quote Originally Posted by Barmaley
    Quote Originally Posted by "Seventh-Monkey":1ymz47fv
    Quote Originally Posted by basurero
    Профанация в фильмах только делает их поближе к действительности. Большинство людей так и говорит.
    Profanities in film often... do... something to virgins' places?
    I assume that's your attempted translation? Let me help: "Profanity in films only makes it closer to reality. The majority of people talk just like that."
    Thanks. It was a quick none-too-educated attempt. I could make out the second bit, but that word that looked rather like девственница (Ночной Дозор учил мне) confused me .[/quote:1ymz47fv]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seventh-Monkey
    Quote Originally Posted by Darobat
    I have an awesome audio clip entitled "Uses of the word 'F*ck'". It actually answers your exact question.
    Hey, I think I have that. Does it have "one of the most interesting words in the English language today is the word 'fuck'" near the beginning?
    Yes, yes it does. Truely entertaining.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barmaley
    Quote Originally Posted by Rtyom
    You mean целка I daresay?
    Yeah, even though Lingvo calls it "canned goods." Well I guess that's one way of putting it...
    Hahaha. Inspired.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Бармалей
    Quote Originally Posted by Rtyom
    Bydaway, how do you guys feel like when you hear this cursing in movies? It's at every step!
    Irritated. But good luck with avoiding it...
    Sadly, swearing/cursing has almost become an ingrained part of the English language in North America. From the mild to the very vulgar (which is the F word). I know of not one person who doesn't use expletives (curse words) mixed in with regular speech. Especially so when joking with friends, or frustrated at work.

    As for the F word. It actually is the most vulgar word in the english language, and it is generally a verb for sex.

    When one one makes love, there is feeling, emotions. Beyond just the physical. It is intimate.
    When one F's, it is just the act. Most often meant to demean the one you are F-ing, because you don't care in any way for them. No emotion, unless it's hostile emotion. The person means less than nothing to you.

    So to tell someone to "F you" is actually very hostile and can cause quite a fight. It's almost like saying, "You or your opinions mean less than nothing", but in the most hostile way. Of couse friends say this to each other as well, when just joking around. ???? That does not make sense to me either.

    One saying to another,"Go F yourself", has caused bar brawls resulting in serious injury. "Go F your mother" you don't say to a woman. It just doesn't make sense and you'll be laughed at. Say it to a man and I hope you have a good dentist, or a better fighting technique.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lesleyp
    Quote Originally Posted by Бармалей
    Quote Originally Posted by Rtyom
    Bydaway, how do you guys feel like when you hear this cursing in movies? It's at every step!
    Irritated. But good luck with avoiding it...
    Sadly, swearing/cursing has almost become an ingrained part of the English language in North America. From the mild to the very vulgar (which is the F word). I know of not one person who doesn't use expletives (curse words) mixed in with regular speech. Especially so when joking with friends, or frustrated at work. ...
    I guess it depends who you are talking to. I know people who do not swear and I would not swear in their presence. I also know people who do swear all the time. (From Robin Williams) Do you know how they say the alphabet in Brooklyn?

    F*cking A
    F*cking B
    F*cking C

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    Quote Originally Posted by fortheether
    Do you know how they say the alphabet in Brooklyn?

    F*cking A
    F*cking B
    F*cking C
    LOL f*cking nice joke!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NuBoseTHX
    http://www.maniacworld.com/f-81.htm <-- This will Help
    Haha NuboseTHX you are real master of internet research.
    Funny!

    Not sure I see the value of this thread though. This is the last word in the English language that any learner needs to know. There is nothing worse than people swearing in bad English...

    People should AVOID swearing in any language until they are completely fluent. Otherwise they just sound like ignorant muppets.

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    Re: F***

    "F*** you"="Пошёл на х**". Here is an interesting comparison.

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    Re: F***

    Чушь собачья. Какой-то болван решил посостязаться в остроумии с американцем, но остроумия явно не получилось. Все примеры за уши притянуты. Никто так не говорит, в каком бы тесном кругу собутыльников это не происходило.

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    Re: F***

    Quote Originally Posted by alexB
    Какой-то болван решил посостязаться в остроумии с американцем, но остроумия явно не получилось. Все примеры за уши притянуты. Никто так не говорит...
    Скорее наоборот - русский язык для автора не является родным. Никто не говорит: "Дох*я говорит", говорят:"Дох*я пиз**т", но там, где автор изучал русский этого не преподают. А в целом идея правильная.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Бармалей
    the word "f*ck" is that you can pretty much use it however you want:
    Nice one. I'll write it down somewhere.

    Скорее наоборот - русский язык для автора не является родным. Никто не говорит: "Дох*я говорит", говорят:"Дох*я пиз**т", но там, где автор изучал русский этого не преподают. А в целом идея правильная.
    быть может человеку просто хотелось уяснить для себя
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    Re: Re:

    Quote Originally Posted by Skiper
    Quote Originally Posted by Бармалей
    the word "f*ck" is that you can pretty much use it however you want:
    Nice one. I'll write it down somewhere
    It would do us well to keep in mind though that there are some rules to the word fu_ck.
    We say
    Shut the fu_ck up, you fu_ck1ng thickskulled dolt!
    Go fu_ck1ng study for your exams, damn nerd
    Aint it a shame you cant say fu_ck?
    Fu_ck is just a word and it's all fu_cked up.

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