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From TheJournal.ie Philippines president who called Pope a "son of a b****" has promised God he won't curse again Rodrigo Duterte

Philippines president who called Pope a "son of a b****" has promised God he won't curse again

Duterte’s profanities have almost become his trademark.

From TheJournal.ie Complaints over pre-watershed swearing on Eastenders

Complaints over pre-watershed swearing on Eastenders

The programme’s Carol Jackson called her brother Max Branning a ‘bastard’.

From TheJournal.ie McDonald's: Those Minions in our Happy Meals are NOT saying "What the f**k" You Heard Me
From TheJournal.ie The good people of Waterford have organised a special swearing party in the park Waterford Fights Back

The good people of Waterford have organised a special swearing party in the park

People are railing against a decision by Waterford City and County Council to ban swearing in public parks.

Putin has banned the F-word from Russian films and plays

All offenders will have to throw money into a massive swear jar. Kind of.

The Oxford English Dictionary has added 4 new types of "c**t"

Hide the dictionary from your mother right now.

The greatest Irish insults, ranked in order of severity

Because if we’re good at anything, we’re good at insulting each other.

Here's a handy guide to swearing as Gaeilge

Just in time for Seachtain na Gaeilge. (Language is quite NSFW.)

From TheJournal.ie Column: What does ‘feck’ really mean? Read Me

Column: What does ‘feck’ really mean?

It’s practically our national swearword – but what do we mean when we say ‘feck’? And where did it come from? Stan Carey explains. (Contains strong language)

US town to fine people $20 for swearing in public

It’s £$%^&* crazy.