Poetic. Rolls off the tongue, yet leaves you thinking afterwards - 'what if'? Marvellous! Saw a film yesterday where one of the characters was called Alcock. This seemed to be pretty much a pretext for his boss to keep calling him 'cunt'. As you do.
*Hands up* I also, when I'm feeling particularly angry and totally Australian, like to use the 'shit c*nt' to describe someone. I.e Shannon Nolls is a shit c*nt:My parents must be so proud.
I still use the tried and true douche-bag. I have this amazing capability to be walking down the road and creating new curse words to hurl at people. I still prefer calling the cunt an axe-wound, but we can go with cunt today. No... go with gaping axe-wound.
Tim, I'm actually tempted to change my surname to Cockburn. Just 'cause, you know? Maybe I'll save it for some piece of fiction that I won't get around to writing.Lucy - nastily graphic. Makes me want to take a scourer and... And I do agree; Shannon Nolls is a shit cunt. He's a shit everything come to think of it.mhe - douching just makes me think of a loss of normal vaginal flora which is a very very bad thing indeed. So douche-bag just makes me think of poor hygiene - tacky, but not that insulting. I've tried but I can't make 'gaping axe-wound' sexual - why ruin the naughty fun of cunt? Also, really not that keen on mutilating women's genitalia...sounds rather painful - you know?
One of my absolute favourite insults - 'slow c*nting fuck stain' Not nice, but it definitely gets a reaction...
It being a tear to my eye that so many people like to use cunt creatively.The question here is, could I have phrased that better? Did I do that on purpose? Would I?Phishez, 'slow c*nting fuck stain' is a bit of a mouthful really, isn't it? Still, I'm sure it has its uses...
It's a late comment I know but 'cunt for brains' works for me NPB... And to have you snort in your brew as you read this (cue fetching of a brew now):I LIVE in the City of Cockburn... it's TRUE! If somewhat unfortunate perhaps... lol! Might I make the point that it's also a blatent LIE (in the literal sense of course) too... but o't ask me how I know! ;-) Pronounced Co'burn - naturally - as in James Coburn. Sighhhhh... Perth has NO class!Cheers
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