New Rooster World Cup!

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  1. Baccala1976

    Baccala1976 Well-Known Member

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    This is full of win

    Is it me or does aolnews.com really REALLY enjoy using the "C" word in this article?
     
  2. Lance Halberd

    Lance Halberd oh hai

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    Where in the article do they mention cunt? :confused: 
     
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    Cock you dingus
     
  4. Lance Halberd

    Lance Halberd oh hai

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    Oh, right.

    Never knew "cock" was the c-word. Always thought it was "cunt".
     
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    Well both are C words..
     
  6. Lance Halberd

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    True, but cock is a perfectly benign word which has several unremarkable and non-"dirty" meanings, such as the adult male of any various landfowl (chickens, peafowl, partridges, etc.), a device for controlling the flow of liquid (the ball cock in your toilet), and part of the firing mechanism in a gun.

    Cunt, on the other hand, only has one meaning (the vajayjay) which we all know is a dirty, shameful thing, and therefore is never mentioned by name or written down in polite society and only whisperingly referred to as "the C-word."
     

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