Your lucky 1870s goldminers' swearword
He reportedly told Catholic bishops in Davao that he would personally donate P1,000 for every swearword
There are some tame gags revolving around language and cultural differences, and a few titters to be had from the antics of Norman's horny old goat, while Muriel delivers a mild swearword
every 20-or-so minutes.
Shah had dubbed the word Muhajir (migrant) a swearword
four times in his statements, the MQM leader said while addressing a press conference.
The f-word was the most used swearword
in all the tweets, although it only featured in 2.
Sometimes a sentence is better with a swearword
in it"EastEnders actress Lacey Turner, below "A wardrobe mistress told me she has never seen anyone as quick as meat opening a bottle of wine when I come off stage" Actress Alison Steadman "I have a fiance, Justin Theroux, who would put a gun to my head if I touched my face in any way" Hollywood star Jennifer Aniston who is opposed to plastic surgery as a means of trying to look ageless "If you are going out and if you are a bit drunk, it is just a matter of time before you punch someone in the face - and that's a million dollars.
Firstly, a swearword
may have no equivalent in the target language as swearwords
are often culture-specific, and literal translations of swearwords
with no target language equivalents are perceived as unnatural by the target language audience.
Two-year-old Kiannah Cox's mum Natalie was shocked to hear her blurt out a swearword
One minute reporters bellowed at each other over the clatter of ancient typewriters, the next newsrooms were hushed by the computer age, with only delicate taps on keyboards and the odd swearword
breaking the silence.
Judgenjury tweeted : "Where health and safety are involved common sense and decency are a swearword
The Exhibition swearword
that it would continue the international standard trade and provide the strategic procedure for the future business and industries.
Undergraduate students immersed one hand in cold water (about 5[degrees]Celsius) for as long as they could stand it, up to five minutes, while repeating either a swearword
or an innocuous word.