"fuck, that's fucking cool"
"Where did FUCK come from?"
"FUCK is protected speech"
"FUCK'S impact in film"
"Fuck are you lookin' at?"
"I've had it with these motherfuckin' snakes
on this motherfuckin' plane."
"Fuck you. Fuck you. Fuck you. You're cool. Fuck you. I'm out."
"操♥你♥妈♥的 你挺厉害的 我♥操♥ 我不玩了"
"You want me to go trash your lights? You want me to fuckin' trash 'em?
Then why are you trashing my scene?"
"You are one ugly motherfucker."
"You have insulted me for the last fucking time."
"Fuck you! That's my name."
"Don't waste my motherfuckin' time."
"Fuck it. We'll do it live."
An actor's greatest tool is their imagination.
is definitely up there.
With swear words,
we can cut, soothe, delight,
我们可以打岔 安慰人 带来欢乐
frighten, insult, and seduce.
吓唬人 羞辱人 甚至诱惑人
Of all the swear words in the English language,
在英文中 没有一个词 比"操"这个词
none is as malleable as "fuck."
It's capable of expressing the full range of human emotion.
The pain, the wonder,
the unlawful carnal knowledge,
in a single syllable.
Or we can say it like this…
They're the most popular and alluring taboos we have.
But the secrets to their strange power have been shrouded in mystery.
Join me on a journey through the history,
evolution and cultural impact of swear words.
And let's get fucked.
"Fuck" is the all-time classic. Number one with a bullet.
"Fuck" is another word that helps you release frustration.
It's-- it's a word that conveys emotion.
If I had only one swear word to take with me to a desert island,
it would probably be "fuck."
My name is Kory Stamper.
I am a lexicographer and an author.
I used to write dictionary definitions at Merriam-Webster,
and, among other things, my job there was to work on profanities.
English, motherfucker. Do you speak it?
说英语 狗♥娘♥养♥的 你到底会不会说英语
I love the word "fuck" so much. It's just so versatile.
You can put it anywhere in a sentence, and give it a little bit ofxa0zhuzh.
My name is Ben Bergen and I'm a cognitive scientist.
I do research on language.
You can use "fuck" in absolutely any way.
I'll take you all to fuckin' hell.
We say "fuck" all the time. "What the fuck?"
"You little fucker." It could be a good thing.
"Cheeky little fuck!"
It can be used in compound nouns like "fuckhead" and "fuckwit."
When something's really impressive, you go "Fuck!"
If you use it one way, you can offend people.
"Fuck you, Jack!"
Use it another way, you can make friends
and influence people. "Fuck, yes!"
My name is Melissa Mohr
I have a PhD from Stanford University,
and I write about swearing.
If you hear someone say "fuck," that word has-- has a lot of power.
It can work with when you're shocked.
It can work with when you're surprised.
"Shut the fuck up!"
"Fuck" is just the most acceptable curse word,
but it still is the worst one of all.
But for all its myriad uses, "fuck" is ultimately about fuck-ing.
So, where did the word itself come from?
it has a really long history of not meaning something related to sex.
Thousands of years.
And, starting right around the beginning of the 14th century,
it gained this new meaning related to sex,
and probably preserved it
without ever being a banned term
for about 400 years.
So, there's an acronymic etymology
that people think the word "fuck" came from a phrase,
"Fornication Under Consent of the King."
The idea is…
…that when people in the middle ages got married,
they had to go to the king,
they had to ask for permission to have sex.
I'm almost thither!
Halt this carriage!
I'm almost thither!
Cease this unsanctioned erogeny at once!
If you didn't have papers from the king, you were breaking the law.
But, my lord, you've given your consent.
Very well, then.
Let it be known that this household has been given
my royal, kingly consent
Such a great story for such a great word.
It is total horseshit. It's not real. Sadly.
简直胡扯 这个说法是假的 真可惜
Because we like colorful words to have colorful origins.
I think "fuck" is just made up.
I feel like this one guy one day just went, "Fuck."
And the other guy was like, "I kinda…
That's exactly how I feel, actually."
The best that etymologists can tell,
"fuck" probably comes from a medieval Dutch verb,
which means "to blow," "to hit," "to strike."
带有"吹" "打" "痛击"的意思
What? "Fuck" means "to hit"?
You can fuck someone up by hitting them really hard.
Technically, it still hasn't lost its original meaning.
So, if I got hit in the face, I would get fucked in the face?
Talking to them's an uphill struggle, innit, Dad?
"Fuck" doesn't appear very often in language
before the 1500s.
But there are some uses of the word, and they occur in people's names.
So, there's a man called John Lefucker.
Who was a known gigolo in the area.
There's somebody Fuckbutter.
Incredibly well endowed.
What? Are you crazy?
It could refer to the fact that he is, …
an inelegant copulator.
But it could also mean that he got hit in the stomach.
Or that he punches people in the stomach.
We just-- With names, you don't really know,
because they tend to be metaphorical, or--
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