Sex swearing

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Swearing on Amateur Radio always seems to evoke the strongest of feelings, in a test sex swearing, a local radio amateur called another operator a “Cunt”. He was summoned to appear before Magistrates.

Make remarks of a personal character. The rules have once again been re-written to remove any reference to personal remarks! Now legislation says that in any so-called “Grossly Offensive Message” It must be proved that the language used in any alleged offence MUST be worse than that encountered in everyday life. So that might filter out Cunt, but nothing else as far as we can see, as ALL other swear words are regularly in use on free to air TV including the BBC. Films and TV shows containing the word fuck were referred to as containing STRONG language. The edition of Have I Got News For You on Friday 15th May 2015 contained at least 2 uses of the word “CUNT” – what was the OFCOM warning before the show? The following programme contains extremely strong language”, no mention of offensive or grossly offensive.

Therefore, by their own descriptive criteria, cunt is NOT grossly offensive, and as such is acceptable for use on amateur radio. There is quite a lot of swearing on public domain broadcasters these days, Mock The Week and Have I Got News For You being prime examples of programmes containing swearing but not being preceded by any warning. 1993     Prime Minister John Major was recorded by ITV cameras calling 3 cabinet colleagues a “Shower of bastards”. Did I expect George Bush to fuck it up as badly as he did? 2009     David Cameron talks about Twitter on absolute Radio and says that “too many twits make a twat” he followed this by quoting someone who referred to his party as “effing Tories” and moments later suggest that the public in general were “Pissed off with politicians”. 2112     Boris Johnson claimed on BBC television that rumours that he was being sponsored by News International were “Fucking Bollocks”. 2112     Tory Minister Nick Herbert used the term “Fuckwit” on BBC2’s Daily Politics programme.

What am I meant to do, eat shit? Interviewed live on BBC News, a British teddy boy is asked his opinion of Bill Haley. I wouldn’t piss on him if he went up in flames. A national fit of apoplexy follows with one Tory MP suggesting that Tynan should hang! NAFF is introduced to the British public via Ronnie Barker in Porridge.

However the expression looses its appeal when Princess Anne starts using it. All right, you fucking old bastard, we haven’t seen you for fucking ages! The Tube and is suspended for six weeks. A fucking bunch of incontinent wankers! The good reverend can go and fuck himself! Thank you very much, you mother fuckers! Boston grunge band, The Anal Cunts, release their first single.

Fortune” and “The Eleven O’clock Show”, all known swear words are finally used openly, in entertainment television. The National Campaign For Real Swearing comments “About fucking time too! 200,000 TV documentary devoted to the most offensive word in the English language. The programme – tentatively titled I love The C-Word – is billed as examining why the word has become more mainstream in recent years. Contributors will include feminist academic Germaine Greer and Eve Ensler, the author of The Vagina Monologues, an acclaimed stage play which features women talking about their genitals.

Both the BBC and North One claimed it will not be sensationalist. A spokeswoman for the programme said: “It will look at how a word that was considered completely unacceptable has moved into the mainstream, particularly by younger people. And North One’s head of factual entertainment John Quinn told the TV industry magazine Broadcast: “It will be a grown-up discussion about how we have got to where we are now with this word without being either sensationalist or po-faced. It is perhaps one of the last words that has the ability to stop someone in their tracks and it is fascinating to see how differently it is perceived around the world.

I Love The C-Word is the latest in a growing number of BBC programmes that have featured the word in recent years, despite internal BBC research showing that it is the one viewers hate the most. Last year it featured 12 times in The Chatterley Affair, a BBC4 drama about the 1960 obscenity trial over D. It has been used frequently in the award-winning BBC4 political sitcom The Thick Of It, starring Chris Langham as fictional Social Affairs Minister Hugh Abbot and Peter Capaldi as belligerent spin doctor Malcolm Tucker. And Germaine Greer made a 10-minute film about the history of the word for the BBC2 series Balderdash And Piffle. In 2004, the BBC received a record number of complaints about its decision to broadcast the controversial Jerry Springer: The Opera.

Please note this is a satirical website, PLEASE no more emails about the History Of Swearing, or requests to be put in touch with The National Campaign For Real Swearing. The vast majority of the above has been researched and is completely true, a couple of items have been made up, and the press cutting about “Piss Flaps” is real, but from VIZ Magazine. The Laughing Policeman Wireless Society is a non-profit organisation for the furtherance of amateur radio. 1000, LPWS qualifies for UK Charitable Status. I’m going to start posting a second comic whenever I get my buffer up to a certain point, probably on Thursdays.