What is your favorite good word than means bad?

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What is your favorite good word than means bad?

Trying to learn some new words. I only have one i use. When i get really mad instead of cursing Ill say Captain Kangaroo. What do you use?

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Oh, my .... I'm sure I'd be censored by the AT&T bot or get the hackles up of the "moderator."

 

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Bravo Sierra, and Shisters?

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One I just heard on a tv show is a good one: Shut the front door

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ACE - Master

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Taylarie wrote:

One I just heard on a tv show is a good one: Shut the front door


that same commercial had "Franklin Delano!" too.  Smiley Very Happy

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Because I'm old and have a mouth like a sailor, I had to learn a few new ones when I was working at a school:

 

Mother Pus Bucket instead of the other Mother word

 

Holy Moses unstead of Holy ***

 

God Bless America instead of GD

 

Crud instead of Cr@p

 

and instead of the "F" word, I would say Fiddle dee dee.

 

I DO have a dirty mouth, don't I?

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cheese and rice is what my neice says instead of JC funny coming out of a 5 year olds mouth

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I usually use "Fudge".  Have been using for more than 30 years.  Had a high school teacher that tried to clean up our language.

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@skeeterintexas  wrote:

Because I'm old and have a mouth like a sailor, I had to learn a few new ones when I was working at a school:

 

Mother Pus Bucket instead of the other Mother word

 

Holy Moses unstead of Holy ***

 

God Bless America instead of GD

 

Crud instead of Cr@p

 

and instead of the "F" word, I would say Fiddle dee dee.

 

I DO have a dirty mouth, don't I?


 

 

How about:

 

Cheese n rice

or

Son of sea going sea biscuit eater

or

Dadblasted flabbermasting flimflam.

 

 

 

 

 

 




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I rediscovered mine yesterday evening when I heard my self say it - stink
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This thread made me remember one from my younger years--Bolshoi!

"Everything should be made as simple as possible--but not simpler."
--Albert Einstein
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Of course there's always this old classic that nevers fails. Strangely enough, everyone I talk to pronounces it differently.Smiley LOL

 

!@$%^%#^**&@#%#%^&$#^ 

 

This is the one I use when AT&T trys to double my DSL bill every 3 to 6 months

 

 

 

 

 




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Looks to me like the strongest password ever!  Smiley Happy

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