Thursday, June 4, 2020

The Word Fuck

I absolutely remember the first time I ever said the eff word in front of anyone else. It was to Storm. We had been married exactly 1 year, we were in our little grey 4 door compact car, and I was wearing crotch-less pantyhose for the very first time.  People, this was back when you had to find a specialty lingerie shop to buy  them.   We did not know about sex aids and all that jazz except through those little magazine flyers that suddenly started arriving in our mail box one day.  I had come close to saying the eff word to Storm before during some sort of sexual activity together, but I hadn't yet summoned up the courage.  This was  before I got the courage to hand him a ping pong paddle and hop back on top of him and....... well........ you can imagine what happened from there.  

Anyway, Storm and I have always been the type of couple that are of the One and Done Club.  A snack and a nap afterwards, too.  No second rounds.   Until the above night in question. 
  
We were getting hot and heavy in the car in our driveway and I whispered fuck me.  Well. That was a kinky surprise to him so things escalated quickly and ended quickly for him.  Laughing.  (laughing with him not AT him. :)  )   We went up to our little love shack after that and Storm had a kinky surprise for me in the form of a second boner for the night and yes, I made good use of that for sure! 

Swearing was not a thing most of our lives.  For Storm, it still isn't, but me?  Oh, sure I dabble now because going 40 some years without it was just too long.  Anyway, I don't think I have ever sworn AT anyone.  I mostly say things here at home in frustration about whatever, but I can absolutely control it and not slip around other people that I know do not like it.  I don't want to hear anybody swearing at someone else even on television, but when people say certain cuss-words in certain contexts especially when I don't expect it, it makes me laugh.  Such was the case about 20'ish years ago when the internet was brand new to us and we all had AOL with that obnoxious log on noise.....kkkkkkrrrrrrr........... and then that little cartoon guy saying to AOL, "It took me forever to log on....... what's my password......Guide?!  Guide?"    Anyone remember that?   Anyhow, a friend sent me a midi file back then called The Word Fuck.   Today, there is only a youtube with the audio, which is the most important part.  Whatever the images may or may not be included in it are NOT relevant.   Just click on this link, make sure there are no little ears around at all, close your eyes and listen.   Again, ignore the screen.  Just listen....... and laugh.  And don't take any of the advice given, whatsoever!  




8 comments:

  1. HAHAHAHAHA! Windy, that is funny. I remember the first time I used a swear word too. Unfortunately, that is a habit I wish I would stop but sigh, I can't....hmmm....maybe I should ask the Sheriff to help curb that habit?

    Enjoy your weekend, stay safe!

    Hugs
    Boo

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    1. Hi, Boo! Glad you got a good laugh out of it. I was much more innocent so many years ago and I almost wet my pants the first time I heard that audio! Ah, so you do have a feisty side, huh, girl?! I knew it. Laughing! Thanks for the fun. You guys enjoy your weekend, too! Hugs, Windy

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  2. Oh my goodness Windy, this was hilarious! Not sure I can actually remember the first time I swore, but I confess I probably do it a little more than I should. Of course, there are situations where it is appropriate:)

    Hugs
    Roz

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    1. Hi, Roz! That's a good one, isn't it? Naughty, but with a classy twist?! All things in moderation, I guess, eh! HA! Thanks for sharing the laughter with me. Hugs, Windy

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  3. Fun post, Windy. I didn’t ‘click here’ though. I think you know that even mild profanity will get me in trouble. As to the f-word, I’ve only said it three times in my life. Harry has made it very clear that I wouldn’t sit comfortably for a week if he heard me use that language. I was brought up not to use profane or vulgar language so it’s second nature not to.
    Having said that, I do think there are times when that word is the only one that will do in the circumstances - hence the three times I’ve used it myself. Harry and I have been working from home and he has daily conference calls. When I’m in the room he warns his colleagues that his wife is in the room so that they don’t swear in my hearing. I rather like that, though I’m not really a wilting violet!

    Hope you, Storm and daughter are okay in these difficult times.
    Rosie xx

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    1. Hi, Rosie! I was brought up the same way, all prim and proper, but 40 years of being stifled and 3 with Trump as our president demands an F word for me! Storm says I am a grown ass woman and I can swear if I want. Guess it works differently for you!

      Yep, we're hanging in there just like everybody else during these difficult times. Thanks for dropping by! Hugs, Windy

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  4. I never cussed growing up, nor did I ever hear any cussing at home. I think I heard 'damn' from my dad maybe three times in my life - and all for excellent reasons. I probably cuss more than I should, but being a teacher I always had to be pretty careful. I did cuss in front of my students twice that I know of. I didn't mean to and it would have been a damn or hell. But I could tell from their gasps and stunned looks that I'd definitely said something. I stopped and apologized sincerely and never heard a word about it from a parent. I guess these days the kids had heard worse.

    A lady at our church was celebrating her 90th birthday and at the church dinner she spoke, she said that now that she was 90 she wanted to take up something new so she was going to try cussing. We all laughed but a few weeks later I saw her and reminded her of what she said but told her I hadn't heard any. She looked me right in the eye and said, "I feel like hell."

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    1. PK,
      I love your stories that you add here. Laughing. That 90 year old gal sounds like my type of friend! And, sometimes when those of you with southern accents swear, it's even funnier if the situation is a humorous one! Here's to being sometimes naughty! Hugs, Windy

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