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#swear words

From TheJournal.ie Radio station apologises after nine-year-old plays song with 53 swear words F This And F That

Radio station apologises after nine-year-old plays song with 53 swear words

The Meek Mill song is not suitable to be played at 2pm.

11 uniquely Irish ways of swearing

When you want to swear but can’t go all out with it.

Spotify given a dressing down over Lily Allen "F*** You" recommendation

The company are red-faced after recommending some users to “give it a try. F*** You”.

11 actual surnames that would be unfortunate in Ireland

This goes out to all the Dopes and Langers.

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)