"Why you always swear but always remind me not to?"
"Because you are a woman"
"That's sexist! This is not fair."
"Ok. Not only because you are a woman. You are a MUSLIM woman. And muslims cannot swear! Should not swear. "
"Right. You are right. I should refrain from swearing. But I don't think 'bloody' is a swear word."
"Ok. I will try not to swear even if my bloody experiment is not OK!" *berlari menyelamatkan diri sebelum kena hempuk*
ps: sentap bila encik pengguna F word dalam hampir setiap sentence mempunyai hati suci murni gunakan tanpa was-was menjaga kami bebudak muslim.mweheheheheheheh. Orang keliling sebenarnya amat amik berat pasal kita, perhatikan kita. Either depa cakap atau tak je. Hmmmmm.
Bloody has always been a very common part of Australian speech and has not been considered profane there for some time. The word was dubbed "the Australian adjective" by The Bulletin on 18 August 1894. One Australian performer, Kevin Bloody Wilson, has even made it his middle name. Also in Australia, the word "bloody" is frequently used as a verbal hyphen, or 'infix' as in "fanbloodytastic". In the 1940s an Australian divorce court judge held that "the word bloody is so common in modern parlance that it is not regarded as swearing".
For international students di Animal Science Dept, bloody = tak berguna. So, selalunya penggunaan adalah seperti: bloody data, bloody experiment, bloody literature review, bloody statistical analysis..Camno leh jadik common dalam kalangan students? Ayat feveret encik2 bos dan tech officer. Motip tak bagi kami ikut tapi asik sebut depan kami…kekekekkeke. "Bloody students!"
So, kalau korang yang ada anak-anak kandung (bukan anak ikan), sila cakap molek-molek sopan2 depan anak2. Kepemimpinan melalui tauladan okesss.
Nota kuku kaki:
Jay Park tak swear. hikhik