It’s the age old question: can I say a bad word without saying the bad word? The answer is yes, but it takes some creativity. We all want to curse every once in a while and when we do, there are two major things that happen: 1) we get frustrated with ourselves for slipping up; 2) people judge us for being out of line. But what if you could find a way to curse without actually cursing? That would be pretty great, right? Here are three words that you can use as substitutes for other words!
bleep – can be used as a substitute for any swear word OR anything that’s censored. For example: “I can’t believe how much he bleeps about her.”
pound it or bop it – these two phrases are kind of like saying ‘f***’ without actually saying the word. However, they’re more general and you’ll find them in movies all the time! You could also use words such as galgalimblobbinflubberhuggermumblecrumplerumphlepuffinwumpkin to replace curse words too!
fugly – this is great when someone says something mean to you but you don’t want to respond with an insult.
I’ll let you in on a little secret: I’m not that fond of the B-word. It’s just so…blatant and what is it even doing? Just hanging out there, waiting to be said by someone who really doesn’t know any better. “B” word is also quite rude, which makes me uncomfortable when it’s used as an exclamation in anger or frustration towards others. Now don’t get me wrong – I love the letter B! In fact all my favorite words start with a ‘B’: bumblebee, brownie batter (yum!), baby (I have two), blah blah blah etcetera etcetera et cetera! But for some reason saying the ‘b’ word aloud.
The internet has become a place where people of all walks of life can speak their minds and be heard. One thing that is on many people’s minds these days is the use of profanity. Some swear words are okay to say, but others are not. What about the word “bitch”? Is it okay to say in certain contexts?
We’re all about to get real here, so read on with an open mind. You’ve probably heard the word ‘bitch’ a lot in your life, and you may have used it more than once. But before we go any further, let’s talk about what that word means; B-I-T-C-H! The definition of this word is a female dog or other unpleasant woman (yikes). This is not something anyone wants to be called at work or school, which is why we need to find out if there are any good alternatives for when someone says something rude or deserving of a reprimand. Here are some examples: “angry” instead of “you make me mad,” “incompetent”.
The B-word. The word that is so taboo in our society, it’s almost impossible to say without offending someone. But the truth of the matter is, this word has permeated every facet of our lives – from how we choose to handle a situation to what we do on weekends and even when we’re just trying to relax at home. I’m talking about “boredom.” It’s an inevitable part of life that most people try their best not to acknowledge or address head on because there are very few solutions for how to deal with it once you’ve reached it. So I’m here today with some advice about boredom, why it happens and a few ways you can get over your frustration when you find yourself bored out of your mind.
I am going to say the word “b” without saying the actual “B” word. I just wanted to get that out of the way before you started reading this post. However, it is a pretty interesting topic as many people use the B-word but are too afraid or ashamed to even mention it in public forums, let alone write about it on their blogs (or maybe I’m not supposed to be writing about it). But we all know what I mean and want me to say so let’s move on.
People often use the word “bored” to describe a feeling that’s pretty annoying. You can feel bored when you’re not interested in your current activity and have difficulty paying attention, when there is nothing left for you to do or accomplish (therefore making it difficult to stay focused) and even when things are too easy, so they become repetitive without any challenge.