FUCK exams how the word is impacting our world today through interviews, film and television clips, music, and original animation by Bill Plympton. But one thing is for certain, the F-word has been a contentious four-letter symbol for a multitude of reasons. There are so many false claims as to boggle the mind.Scholars and linguists examine the long history of fuck. Most of these fallacies center around a Playboy Magazine article from the 70s that said the F-word was "An order from the King to go forth and propagate." Supposedly this originated sometime around the 17th century and, of course, it's completely untrue. We do know that it first appeared as a written word around 1456, but that's about it.10 Life Lessons I Learned From Surviving My 20s – A look back right before my 30th birthday on all of the life lessons I learned in my 20s.7 Strange Questions That Help You Find Your Life Purpose – A fun, yet serious, look at how we can derive more meaning and importance from our lives.Stop Trying to Be Happy – Why pursuing happiness just pushes it further away from you and how to get around this problem.In Defense of Being Average – A much-needed defense of the unexceptional — which is pretty much all of us.Most notable among them were Richard Nixon and George W. Nixon probably had one of the foulest mouths ever to enter the Whitehouse, while George Bush enjoys sticking his middle finger up at cameras.
t outta my wife." Another excellent aspect in the film was showing how hypocritical some politicians were.
Fuck Yes or No – The most important rule of dating and relationships. Love is Not Enough – Why we idealize love, make it something more than it is, and how that ruins many of our relationships.
1,500 People Give All the Relationship Advice You’ll Ever Need – A crowd-sourced article with advice from people who have been in relationships for a long time.
Maybe You Don’t Know What Love Is – A sober look at what love often is and what it should be.
6 Toxic Relationship Habits Most People Think Are Normal – Find out if what you think is “normal” romantic behavior is actually harming your relationship.
It's quite all right to shoot someone in the face on TV, but say the word "F*ck" and you're in big trouble with the FCC.