Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Nadia and the F Word

Caution: risque language, sort of . . .


When clearing my inbox of old emails, I came across a couple of contributions from some time ago from Byter Nadia. I had intended at that time to go back to them but overlooked it.

Here is Nadias first (and that is not the F word the subject of this post).

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There are only ten times in history where the"F" word has been considered acceptable for use.

They are as follows:

10. "What the @#$% do you mean, we are sinking?"

-- Capt. E.J. Smith of RMS Titanic, 1912

9. "What the @#$% was that?"

-- Mayor of Hiroshima, 1945

8. "Where did all those @#$%ing Indians come from?"

-- Custer, 1877

7. "Any @#$%ing idiot could understand that."

-- Einstein, 1938

6. "It does so @#$%ing look like her!"

-- Picasso, 1926

5. "How the @#$% did you work that out?"

-- Pythagoras, 126 BC

4. "You want WHAT on the @#$%ing ceiling?”;

-- Michelangelo, 1566

3. "Where the @#$% are we?"

-- Amelia Earhart, 1937

2. "Scattered @#$%ing showers, my ass!"

-- Noah, 4314 BC

1. "Aw c'mon. Who the @#$% is going to find out?"

-- Bill Clinton, 1998

I would like to add some more to Nadia's list:

"Keep @#$%ing still!"

- William Tell

"Call that a @#$%ing smile?"

- Leonardo da Vinci

"Well, that's another good cloak @#$%ed"

- Sir Walter Raleigh

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Nadia's second contribution:


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