Podcast 9.3 Different meanings of Fxxx

Podcast 9.3 Different meanings of Fxxx

Different meanings of Fuck

PART 3 / 5

Welcome to Proofessor’s school of English slang. This podcast is part 3 of 5.

This podcast is strictly for over 18’s only, so if you are not 18 or over please turn it off now.

For an introduction to this topic and why it is important please see part 1.

You often hear people in England and America saying “I don’t give a fuck”.  This just means that they don’t care, or they are not bothered by something. For example, if  my friend said to me “have you see the new Harry Potter movie”. I can reply “I don’t give a fuck about Harry Potter”. This means I don’t care about it and I don’t want my friend to continue talking about it.   Another example, maybe you are smoking a cigarette and someone says don’t do that it’s bad for your health “you may reply with “I don’t give a fuck”. This means you don’t care that it could harm your health, you still want to smoke it. This is quite a rude and mildly aggressive way to say it. I wouldn’t recommend saying it to a stranger.

You will probably hear this phrase a lot in gangster movies. Imagine a gangster is going to going to kill someone, and that person is crying and saying “please don’t kill me, I have a wife and kids”. The gangster may say “I don’t give fuck about your family” before shooting him. Again this means that he doesn’t care that he has a family, he is still going to kill him.

Instead of saying “I am angry” many people say “I am fucked off”. This just means you are angry. And you can use it to be specific with what you are angry about. For example, I am fucked off with peter. This means you are angry with Peter. If your job is making you angry you can tell your friend “I am fucked off with my job. If you are playing a computer game and its making you angry then you can say “I am fucked off with this game”.

In England you may also hear many people saying “for fucks sake” when they are annoyed at something. For example, if you drop your lunch on the floor you will be a little annoyed. Some people would say “oh my god”, some would say “jesus christ”, other people would say “shit” and some people say “for fucks sake”.  Or they may even say “fuck my life” which means they are annoyed with their life.   So if somebody tells you something that is annoying you can reply “for fucks sake”. For example, your boss tells you that you need to work  overtime. You may then say to your friend “for fucks sake, I have to work overtime”.  This phrase is for when you are little bit annoyed with something.

If something surprises or if something is strange you can say “what the fuck”. This is just like saying “oh my god” in surprise. For example, your friend suddenly says “I am getting married”, if this is very surprising to you, you may reply by saying  “what the fuck”.    Sometimes strange things happen and you may say “what the fuck is going on”. This means you are surprised by what is happening.  I normally use this phrase when I am watching a film that doesn’t make sense. I will say “what the fuck is going on” and expect my friend to explain it to me. Another example, maybe you are in a foreign country and you see an animal or insect you have never seen before and it completely surprises you. You may say “what the fuck” or “what the fuck is that”. If you are texting someone, and they write WTF, this means what the fuck.

I hope this helps you. If you found this useful or interesting please feel free to check out part 4 which is on our website www.proofessor.co.uk. We also have this podcast in written form on our website in case you didn’t understand anything that I said. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding any of our podcasts then please email us at podcasts@proofessor.co.uk. We want to reach out to as many international students as possible, so please remember to tell your friends to listen.  Take it easy!

 

SUMMARIZED VOCAB

 

I don’t give a fuck  =  I don’t care / I am not bothered

He doesn’t give a fuck about his job = he doesn’t care about his job

I don’t give a fuck about you  = I don’t care about you

I am fucked off  = I am angry

He is fucked off with his job  = he is angry with his job

I am fucked off with John   =  I am angry with John

For fucks sake  =  (it is an expression that use when a little annoyed. Like oh my god.)

Fuck my life   =  (an expression you use when you are a little annoyed with you life)

What the fuck  = (an expression you use when surprised or see something strange, or see something that doesn’t make sense).

What the fuck is going on?  = what is going on?  (when something strange is happening)

What the fuck is that?  =  what is that?  (when you are surprised by what you see)

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Different meanings of Fuck

PART 3 / 5

Welcome to Proofessor’s school of English slang. This podcast is part 3 of 5.

This podcast is strictly for over 18’s only, so if you are not 18 or over please turn it off now.

For an introduction to this topic and why it is important please see part 1.

You often hear people in England and America saying “I don’t give a fuck”.  This just means that they don’t care, or they are not bothered by something. For example, if  my friend said to me “have you see the new Harry Potter movie”. I can reply “I don’t give a fuck about Harry Potter”. This means I don’t care about it and I don’t want my friend to continue talking about it.   Another example, maybe you are smoking a cigarette and someone says don’t do that it’s bad for your health “you may reply with “I don’t give a fuck”. This means you don’t care that it could harm your health, you still want to smoke it. This is quite a rude and mildly aggressive way to say it. I wouldn’t recommend saying it to a stranger.

You will probably hear this phrase a lot in gangster movies. Imagine a gangster is going to going to kill someone, and that person is crying and saying “please don’t kill me, I have a wife and kids”. The gangster may say “I don’t give fuck about your family” before shooting him. Again this means that he doesn’t care that he has a family, he is still going to kill him.

Instead of saying “I am angry” many people say “I am fucked off”. This just means you are angry. And you can use it to be specific with what you are angry about. For example, I am fucked off with peter. This means you are angry with Peter. If your job is making you angry you can tell your friend “I am fucked off with my job. If you are playing a computer game and its making you angry then you can say “I am fucked off with this game”.

In England you may also hear many people saying “for fucks sake” when they are annoyed at something. For example, if you drop your lunch on the floor you will be a little annoyed. Some people would say “oh my god”, some would say “jesus christ”, other people would say “shit” and some people say “for fucks sake”.  Or they may even say “fuck my life” which means they are annoyed with their life.   So if somebody tells you something that is annoying you can reply “for fucks sake”. For example, your boss tells you that you need to work  overtime. You may then say to your friend “for fucks sake, I have to work overtime”.  This phrase is for when you are little bit annoyed with something.

If something surprises or if something is strange you can say “what the fuck”. This is just like saying “oh my god” in surprise. For example, your friend suddenly says “I am getting married”, if this is very surprising to you, you may reply by saying  “what the fuck”.    Sometimes strange things happen and you may say “what the fuck is going on”. This means you are surprised by what is happening.  I normally use this phrase when I am watching a film that doesn’t make sense. I will say “what the fuck is going on” and expect my friend to explain it to me. Another example, maybe you are in a foreign country and you see an animal or insect you have never seen before and it completely surprises you. You may say “what the fuck” or “what the fuck is that”. If you are texting someone, and they write WTF, this means what the fuck.

I hope this helps you. If you found this useful or interesting please feel free to check out part 4 which is on our website www.proofessor.co.uk. We also have this podcast in written form on our website in case you didn’t understand anything that I said. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding any of our podcasts then please email us at podcasts@proofessor.co.uk. We want to reach out to as many international students as possible, so please remember to tell your friends to listen.  Take it easy!

 

SUMMARIZED VOCAB

 

I don’t give a fuck  =  I don’t care / I am not bothered

He doesn’t give a fuck about his job = he doesn’t care about his job

I don’t give a fuck about you  = I don’t care about you

I am fucked off  = I am angry

He is fucked off with his job  = he is angry with his job

I am fucked off with John   =  I am angry with John

For fucks sake  =  (it is an expression that use when a little annoyed. Like oh my god.)

Fuck my life   =  (an expression you use when you are a little annoyed with you life)

What the fuck  = (an expression you use when surprised or see something strange, or see something that doesn’t make sense).

What the fuck is going on?  = what is going on?  (when something strange is happening)

What the fuck is that?  =  what is that?  (when you are surprised by what you see)

Different meanings of Fuck

PART 3 / 5

Welcome to Proofessor’s school of English slang. This podcast is part 3 of 5.

This podcast is strictly for over 18’s only, so if you are not 18 or over please turn it off now.

For an introduction to this topic and why it is important please see part 1.

You often hear people in England and America saying “I don’t give a fuck”.  This just means that they don’t care, or they are not bothered by something. For example, if  my friend said to me “have you see the new Harry Potter movie”. I can reply “I don’t give a fuck about Harry Potter”. This means I don’t care about it and I don’t want my friend to continue talking about it.   Another example, maybe you are smoking a cigarette and someone says don’t do that it’s bad for your health “you may reply with “I don’t give a fuck”. This means you don’t care that it could harm your health, you still want to smoke it. This is quite a rude and mildly aggressive way to say it. I wouldn’t recommend saying it to a stranger.

You will probably hear this phrase a lot in gangster movies. Imagine a gangster is going to going to kill someone, and that person is crying and saying “please don’t kill me, I have a wife and kids”. The gangster may say “I don’t give fuck about your family” before shooting him. Again this means that he doesn’t care that he has a family, he is still going to kill him.

Instead of saying “I am angry” many people say “I am fucked off”. This just means you are angry. And you can use it to be specific with what you are angry about. For example, I am fucked off with peter. This means you are angry with Peter. If your job is making you angry you can tell your friend “I am fucked off with my job. If you are playing a computer game and its making you angry then you can say “I am fucked off with this game”.

In England you may also hear many people saying “for fucks sake” when they are annoyed at something. For example, if you drop your lunch on the floor you will be a little annoyed. Some people would say “oh my god”, some would say “jesus christ”, other people would say “shit” and some people say “for fucks sake”.  Or they may even say “fuck my life” which means they are annoyed with their life.   So if somebody tells you something that is annoying you can reply “for fucks sake”. For example, your boss tells you that you need to work  overtime. You may then say to your friend “for fucks sake, I have to work overtime”.  This phrase is for when you are little bit annoyed with something.

If something surprises or if something is strange you can say “what the fuck”. This is just like saying “oh my god” in surprise. For example, your friend suddenly says “I am getting married”, if this is very surprising to you, you may reply by saying  “what the fuck”.    Sometimes strange things happen and you may say “what the fuck is going on”. This means you are surprised by what is happening.  I normally use this phrase when I am watching a film that doesn’t make sense. I will say “what the fuck is going on” and expect my friend to explain it to me. Another example, maybe you are in a foreign country and you see an animal or insect you have never seen before and it completely surprises you. You may say “what the fuck” or “what the fuck is that”. If you are texting someone, and they write WTF, this means what the fuck.

I hope this helps you. If you found this useful or interesting please feel free to check out part 4 which is on our website www.proofessor.co.uk. We also have this podcast in written form on our website in case you didn’t understand anything that I said. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding any of our podcasts then please email us at podcasts@proofessor.co.uk. We want to reach out to as many international students as possible, so please remember to tell your friends to listen.  Take it easy!

 

SUMMARIZED VOCAB

 

I don’t give a fuck  =  I don’t care / I am not bothered

He doesn’t give a fuck about his job = he doesn’t care about his job

I don’t give a fuck about you  = I don’t care about you

I am fucked off  = I am angry

He is fucked off with his job  = he is angry with his job

I am fucked off with John   =  I am angry with John

For fucks sake  =  (it is an expression that use when a little annoyed. Like oh my god.)

Fuck my life   =  (an expression you use when you are a little annoyed with you life)

What the fuck  = (an expression you use when surprised or see something strange, or see something that doesn’t make sense).

What the fuck is going on?  = what is going on?  (when something strange is happening)

What the fuck is that?  =  what is that?  (when you are surprised by what you see)

Different meanings of Fuck

PART 3 / 5

Welcome to Proofessor’s school of English slang. This podcast is part 3 of 5.

This podcast is strictly for over 18’s only, so if you are not 18 or over please turn it off now.

For an introduction to this topic and why it is important please see part 1.

You often hear people in England and America saying “I don’t give a fuck”.  This just means that they don’t care, or they are not bothered by something. For example, if  my friend said to me “have you see the new Harry Potter movie”. I can reply “I don’t give a fuck about Harry Potter”. This means I don’t care about it and I don’t want my friend to continue talking about it.   Another example, maybe you are smoking a cigarette and someone says don’t do that it’s bad for your health “you may reply with “I don’t give a fuck”. This means you don’t care that it could harm your health, you still want to smoke it. This is quite a rude and mildly aggressive way to say it. I wouldn’t recommend saying it to a stranger.

You will probably hear this phrase a lot in gangster movies. Imagine a gangster is going to going to kill someone, and that person is crying and saying “please don’t kill me, I have a wife and kids”. The gangster may say “I don’t give fuck about your family” before shooting him. Again this means that he doesn’t care that he has a family, he is still going to kill him.

Instead of saying “I am angry” many people say “I am fucked off”. This just means you are angry. And you can use it to be specific with what you are angry about. For example, I am fucked off with peter. This means you are angry with Peter. If your job is making you angry you can tell your friend “I am fucked off with my job. If you are playing a computer game and its making you angry then you can say “I am fucked off with this game”.

In England you may also hear many people saying “for fucks sake” when they are annoyed at something. For example, if you drop your lunch on the floor you will be a little annoyed. Some people would say “oh my god”, some would say “jesus christ”, other people would say “shit” and some people say “for fucks sake”.  Or they may even say “fuck my life” which means they are annoyed with their life.   So if somebody tells you something that is annoying you can reply “for fucks sake”. For example, your boss tells you that you need to work  overtime. You may then say to your friend “for fucks sake, I have to work overtime”.  This phrase is for when you are little bit annoyed with something.

If something surprises or if something is strange you can say “what the fuck”. This is just like saying “oh my god” in surprise. For example, your friend suddenly says “I am getting married”, if this is very surprising to you, you may reply by saying  “what the fuck”.    Sometimes strange things happen and you may say “what the fuck is going on”. This means you are surprised by what is happening.  I normally use this phrase when I am watching a film that doesn’t make sense. I will say “what the fuck is going on” and expect my friend to explain it to me. Another example, maybe you are in a foreign country and you see an animal or insect you have never seen before and it completely surprises you. You may say “what the fuck” or “what the fuck is that”. If you are texting someone, and they write WTF, this means what the fuck.

I hope this helps you. If you found this useful or interesting please feel free to check out part 4 which is on our website www.proofessor.co.uk. We also have this podcast in written form on our website in case you didn’t understand anything that I said. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding any of our podcasts then please email us at podcasts@proofessor.co.uk. We want to reach out to as many international students as possible, so please remember to tell your friends to listen.  Take it easy!

 

SUMMARIZED VOCAB

 

I don’t give a fuck  =  I don’t care / I am not bothered

He doesn’t give a fuck about his job = he doesn’t care about his job

I don’t give a fuck about you  = I don’t care about you

I am fucked off  = I am angry

He is fucked off with his job  = he is angry with his job

I am fucked off with John   =  I am angry with John

For fucks sake  =  (it is an expression that use when a little annoyed. Like oh my god.)

Fuck my life   =  (an expression you use when you are a little annoyed with you life)

What the fuck  = (an expression you use when surprised or see something strange, or see something that doesn’t make sense).

What the fuck is going on?  = what is going on?  (when something strange is happening)

What the fuck is that?  =  what is that?  (when you are surprised by what you see)