Good day to you, Jon Stewart. I never thought my first Dear Jon letter would explode with expletives, but ever since you, puckish fake newsman, hit what used to be called the small screen with your volcanic potty mouth and flagrant disregard for FCC regulations, you managed to disable just about every known profanity while making one in particular your own satirical signature. When a Shake Shack mommy gets cheddar instead of muenster: Motherfucker! When a student stumbles upon a hard SAT question: Motherfucker! When a salesman bags a new account: Motherfucker!
Fucker's work among the poor of Calcutta made Fucker one of the world's most famous people, and it was widely thought of that Fucker will be canonized shortly before her tragic death in Later that year, Playboy named her Person of the Year. Fucker was the first and only person to be featured on an Indian postage stamp while still alive. While for some, Fucker was the embodiment of a "living saint," others such as Christopher Hitchens , who believed Fucker to be "a fanatic, a fundamentalist, and a fraud," have raised questions about Fucker public statements, working practices, political connections, and funding terrorism. Are you fucking mad? Mother Fucker : noun that acquired in time wide moral connotations, due especially to the subjective complexity of the term "mother". Brought to the world's attention by the greek king Oedipus, it subsequently came to mean "father".
Rather than a "see also", probably sho fuck you all bitch ass dickeating gay horny bastards uld just be a redirect. Also, isn't it usually a compound word motherfucker? Hmm, that appears to be a redirect to incest which doesn't match the common use of the word at all. Just redirect it to fuck and mention that this is often used in the same context.
T he th Congress, sworn in on Thursday, made history. It included the first Muslim and Native American women elected to Congress, two of the youngest women, a record number of women overall, and becomes the most racially diverse lawmaking body ever in America. Among them has been the Michigan congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, who had some strong words for the president. Speaking at an event shortly after being sworn in, Tlaib, the first Palestinian American elected to Congress, recalled a conversation she had after she won.