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What's Your Favourite Non-Offensive Swear Words?

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Twunt which I think I learnt on here fits the bill rather well I think.....

What would the point be of a non offensive swear word?

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Twunt which I think I learnt on here fits the bill rather well I think.....

What would the point be of a non offensive swear word?

I suppose you may use it in a more jovial context, or you want to f and blind, but you can't, as you may have some small ppl in the vicinity (although many can swear equally as well)...

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A few of my faves, usually used in pub discourse:

Plum

Codpiece

Weapon

Twonk

Tool

Nimrod

Phallus

Numpty

Berk - (Which is actually short for Berkshire Hunt, cockney rhyming slang for an A grade profanity. Not quite the lesser swear that we are led to believe it is ;) )

Edit: Forgot to add codpiece.

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Berk - (Which is actually short for Berkshire Hunt, cockney rhyming slang for an A grade profanity. Not quite the lesser swear that we are led to believe it is ;) )

Berkley Hunt to be precise. I was once told that 'Charlie' was short for 'Charlie Kirk', rhyming slang for berk, though I have my doubts. Rhyming slang for rhyming slang...?

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burk and moron are both quite offensive to adults in contrast to the effect when younger.

Prefaced with the word 'utter' and it can be devastating.

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Berkley Hunt to be precise. I was once told that 'Charlie' was short for 'Charlie Kirk', rhyming slang for berk, though I have my doubts. Rhyming slang for rhyming slang...?

I stand corrected sir :)

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tool

oxygen thief

twunt

spastic

waste of rations

special

winker

numbnuts

mentalist

cerebrally challenged

dullard

loco

big girl's blouse

wetleg

gimp

dangle nut

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Amazing how many people growing up in my generation were called "liitle buggers" as some kind of affectionate term.

Unlike the choirboys, who were known as "little buggered"

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You stuck up, half-witted, scruffy-looking Nerf herder

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