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By Panda
9557 Views | 32 Comments | 5/21/2010 8:52:06 PM
Tag: 聊天  

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I used to receive some invitations in my yahoo IM. But I am few to chat online in my yahoo.

I checked my emails in my yahoo mail box yesterday evening. Sudenlly, a guy said "hello" to me, I shut the speaking place off, because I was reading an email. The guy said again, " I'm Monhen, live in Turkey." I had to say," I don't know you." And shut the place again. He said later," I hope to know you." But I shut off again. He said immediately, " I want to f*ck you." "F*ck", I'd never know the word, so consulted it in my electronic dictionary, but there isn't the word. I just asked him, "what does 'F*ck' mean?" He gave me an ugly face and disappeared.

I have just searched "F*ck" on internet. Many websites tell me, this is a vulgar word, just same as the Chinese word "Cao" (肏), the well-educated persons are ashamed to use it.

I'm so fortunate that I didn't know the dirty word. That rude guy hadn't an advantage in saying the word to me.

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#2010-05-21 23:42:38 by mincongxu261 @mincongxu261

good!

#2010-05-22 01:18:00 by abi513 @abi513

Origin and meaning of F*ck
There are many sources on the Internet to answer your question. Here is one academic explanation I’ve cited from www.statemaster.com . I’ve broken it into two parts due to length. I hope this answers your question and furthers your understanding of this truly versatile, as well as universally used word by the educated as well as the uneducated.

“It is unclear whether the word has always been considered vulgar, and if not, when it first started to be considered vulgar. Some evidence indicates that in some English-speaking locales it was considered acceptable as late as the 17th century meaning "to strike" or "to penetrate."[1] Other evidence indicates that it may have become vulgar as early as the 16th century in England, although neither set of evidence is i

#2010-05-22 01:27:47 by abi513 @abi513

Contextual usage
As language progresses and the modern generation ages, usage of words such as f*ck will most likely become more acceptable due to more liberal approaches to speech. Due to this, the methods in which the word can be employed change regularly to reflect creative uses of language. A primary example of this is on the 2005 Channel 4 sitcom Nathan Barley where, as a celebration, the lead character shouts "Michael f*cking Jackson".


F*ck it — Expression of exasperation, meaning "Forget it" or "Forget about it"; alternatively, "That does it" or "I've had it". Sometimes, a pronoun such as him or her is substituted for it.
F*ck off — Offensive dismissal, meaning "Go away" or "Get away from me"; alternatively, "Knock it off" or "Stop bothering me"

#2010-05-22 01:29:25 by abi513 @abi513

(similar to "Leave me the hell alone").
F*ck up — As a verb: to damage something. As a noun (e.g. "What a f*ck-up"): someone who is not ambitious (similar to slacker), or is prone to making poor decisions
F*cked up — When a person, object or situation is abnormal, damaged, or non-functioning, as in "The movie was canceled because the projector is f*cked up."
F*cked in the head — Refers to a person who is stupid, strange, or crazy; similar to addle-brained or "brain addled"
F*ckhead — Derogatory remark suggesting someone is acting without thinking, is incompetent, or is just plain stupid.
F*cktard — Directed, offensive. A combination of f*ck and the word retard. Widely used in online gaming environments.
F*ckwit — A person who is particularly slow or unintelligent.

#2010-05-22 01:30:33 by abi513 @abi513

F*ckin' A — An enthusiastic expression of affirmative sentiment, similar to "Fantastic!" or "You bet!". (May also be written as "f*ckin eh".)
F*ckshitdamn — A combination of the expletives shit and damn with f*ck, usually to condemn a very unfortunate situation.
Can't be f*cked — An expression of indifference or laziness. Equivalent to "can't be bothered [to]".
For f*ck's sake — Expression of disgust. F*ck is used as a substitute for God, Christ, or another word.
What the f*ck — An expression that signals confusion or disbelief, or resignation



Acronyms
SNAFU — Situation Normal, All F*cked Up. Initially used in WWI in the US military, but then migrated into common usage in the US.

#2010-05-22 01:32:48 by abi513 @abi513

Acronyms Continued:
FUBAR — F*cked Up Beyond All Recognition. Initially used in WWII in the US military, but then migrated into common usage in the US. This acronym transmogrified into "FOOBAR" which entered into computer jargon. The word FUBAR was also popularized in the films Tango & Cash (1989) and Saving Private Ryan (1998).
LMFAO — Laugh My F*cking Ass Off. Used as a txt.
PTFO — Passed (or Peace) The F*ck Out. Used as a txt.
OMFG — Oh My F*cking God. Used in internet forums.
GTFO — Get The F*ck Out. Used in internet forums.
Charlie Foxtrot (CF) — Play on the NATO phonetic alphabet meaning "Cluster F*ck".
STFU — Shut The F*ck Up. Used in Internet forums.
WTF — What The F*ck. Used on Internet forums.
FFS — For F*ck's Sake or For F*cking Sake. Internet

#2010-05-22 16:06:03 by sfjedi @sfjedi

It's a different culture. In America, people use this word a lot. Sometimes as many as 10 times a day. As a guy, though, we don't generally say this word to women in most cases, unless we are trying to make sexual advances to them, which I have never done like this. I can't imagine one woman that would actually respect someone for using this word so soon in a relationship, but it's a common word to use in the bedroom.

#2010-05-22 16:23:26 by alaswani @alaswani

ok .always internet like that .about me i want 2 visit china 2 improve chinese language

#2010-05-22 16:35:31 by heath1948 @heath1948

It is an acroman, Fornicating Under Carnal Knowledge,the English did it a lot and its stll done today. Eg. Automatic Teller Machine, ATM. In the old days ships use to explode when they carried cargoes of fertilizer( Manure, Guano, birds droppings) the hull would get wet , methane gas would build up . Some one would light a lamp and the ship would exlpode.So they put signs on the fertilzer, Store High In Transit. SHIT.Hope this has been of some assistance. regards Richard.

#2010-05-22 16:42:39 by alanx @alanx

Don't take any notice of people like that. They have no manners. Unfortunately these people are using the internet so block them out as soon as you can.
I answer to your question it means he wants to have sex with you.
Forget about it.
Alan

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