It has all the attributes of the perfect Anglo-Saxon swearword
A BEST-SELLING children's book is being removed from supermarket shelves after a complaint about a swearword
by a housewife.
Poll's authority is undermined by each autograph he signs, every swearword
he returns with interest when Premiership passions overflow.
North Wales Police's ludicrous investigation into a swearword
allegedly uttered by the Prime Minister more than seven years ago has concluded there is no realistic prospect of a conviction.
As the working day got going in the US at least one mutation of the virus was suspected to have been found as a Utah university found its Internet site defaced with a swearword
message about the US government.
There is also the bone idle to whom the word "work" is a four letter swearword
A church hall, where 20 years ago God's praises were sung, now has clothing, record, and book stalls where one stall was promoting a band with a swearword
in its name.
But to generations of school pupils, Larkin is better known for his famous use of a swearword
in a 21-word poem on parents and the memorable lines in another: "Sexual intercourse began, In Nineteen Sixty Three, (Which was rather late for me), Between the end of the Chatterley ban, And the Beatles' first LP.
Closer to home, a swearword
by mild-mannered former British Prime Minister John Major, caused him to soar in people's estimations.
Tina has peppered almost every sentence with a swearword
and been caught chomping on her toenails and squeezing spots.
Unfortunately one hapless hack asterisked out the "mother" and left in the swearword
And in 2001 Andre Agassi was fined 2,000 (pounds 1,250)after a line judge heard him mutter a swearword
during his match against Patrick Rafter and scurried across the court to tell the umpire.