Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Dirty Words!

I have to admit my mind has always been about half way in the gutter but there are a few (so called) everyday words that make me cringe! Can I get an AMEN? So, I will show you mine if you show me yours...


britches-- sounds crusty
crusty-- self explanatory
wound-- gross!
hole-- plus it just looks weird
sack-- think about it
pants-- especially my mom's (just kidding nice lady)
heinie, buttocks and last but definitly NOT least... fanny


Now it is your turn.

LC

7 comments:

Brandie said...

Im going to rack my brain now about words that I dont like to hear or say. Problem is, most of mine are highly inappropriate for blogs. Umm...

abby said...

I think you mean HINEY? Add Fanny to my list, but I LOVE a good wound. How about Smegma? Shout out to Sara L for finding this nasty one during dictionary game time at TAMU! Cheesy....

lesliecooper said...

FYI. there are at least two ways to spell the h-word. heinie and hiney.

Sara said...

hahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaa, smegma is totally a dirty word. Abby - Remember who had smegma like substances in the corners of their mouth when they spoke? HAAAAAAAAAA. I don't like the word "breast" And also all of the medically correct names for male and female nether regions. Can we do phrases too? In that case "make love". Ew. Is my conservative upbringing totally obvious at this point? GAH.

abby said...

I like breast... its a calm word. Like I can rest on a breast...

betty cooper said...

what's wrong with my pants anyway? the thing is you just didn't like pants used when it should have been panties. But now that Abby's vetoed panties -- well, I'm just at a loss. I may not be able to sleep tonight worrying about what to call em.
And what about the word loogie or is it lugey? any way it's gross. did I tell you about the time your dad (before he was your dad) coughed one out in my parent's living room and it bounced around on the carpet?? hahaha. he's going to kill me for this.

bendinglightstudio said...

moist- I know we like our cupcakes this way, but the word just has a dirty sound to it. Actually I like the word. Try using it in awkward situations and make them more awkward. Today is a moist day, for example. That;'s rad!

retard- It's not a dirty word, but I realized the other day( actually I was told) I was using it too much. Unfortunately other words like "mentally challenged" just don't have the same appeal. For example I could say, "Leslie, don't be such a mentally challenged person." But that is almost more offensive I think.