Podcast 9.4 Different meanings of Fxxx

Podcast 9.4 Different meanings of Fxxx

Different meanings of Fuck

PART 4 / 5

Welcome to Proofessor’s school of English slang. This podcast is part 4 of 5.

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

I think most people know the meaning of “Fuck off”. Basically it means “go away” but it’s a very rude and offensive way to say it.  Normally people use it after they have tried to be polite, but if somebody keeps bothering them they may say “fuck off”. Another example, maybe you just broke up with your boyfriend and he keeps calling the phone. Then your friend says to you “John wants to speak to you”. You may say  to your friend “John can fuck off”. This means John can go away or John can leave me alone. People may also say “fuck off” as an expression of surprise if you tell them something amazing. For example, if I say to my friend “I won the lottery, I am a millionaire”. He may say “fuck off” which means he doesn’t believe what I am saying.

Remember in part 3 we learnt that “he is fucked off” means he is angry. But if I say “He fucked off”, it means he left, or he went away. For example, if you are in a bar with many friends and you suddenly realise John is not there anymore. You may say “where is john.?”  Somebody may say John fucked off home. This means that John went home.  Another example, maybe your friends at university ask you if you want to come out for a drink.  If you don’t have time you may say “sorry, I need to fuck off home. I have too many essays to write today”. This means you need to go home to do your essays. You can also say this in the present tense. For example “goodbye, I am fucking off home now”. Or “bye, I am going to fuck off home”. So typically you use this phrase when you are leaving your friends. Don’t ever say this in formal environments like the work place though.

The next phrase is “He fucked me over”.  If you say this then it means that somebody conned you or betrayed you. For example, if a salesman sold you an IPhone, but when you got back home you found that the phone doesn’t work properly. You can say to your friend “That salesman fucked me over”. This means that he conned you, he deliberately sold you a broken phone.  Another example, maybe you told your friend a secret, but they betrayed you by telling everyone your secret. Then you can say to your friend “you fucked me over, I told you to keep it a secret.” So in this case, you fucked me over means you betrayed me.

The next phrase is “fuck it” or “fuck that”. This means forget about it or forget about that. For example you may say to your friend “I have lots of homework to do tonight”. Your friend may say “fuck that, let’s go out”. This means forget about the homework and let’s go out. Another example. Maybe your girlfriend says “do you want to go to Spain for vacation”. If you don’t want to go you may say “fuck that, let’s go somewhere else”. You can also use this about a person. For example, maybe your friend is crying because she broke up with her boyfriend. You may say to your friend “fuck your ex- boyfriend, you don’t need him”. This means forget about your ex-boyfriend.  You can also use this phrase  with objects. For example, if you are shopping for a new mobile phone you may say “fuck apple, I want Samsung”. Again this means that you don’t want to consider Apple.

In England and America Fuck is also placed into the middle of words for emphasis. For example instead of saying “fantastic” sometimes people may say “Fan – fucking – tastic”. It just means the same as fantastic.

If you find something shocking instead of saying “unbelievable” some people will say “un – fucking – believable”.

When you agree with something you may use the word “absolutely”, but some people say “abso – fucking – lutely”. With these words it’s easy to get the meaning as the word is still the same, it just has the word fucking placed into the middle. There are too many words where this is possible.

I hope this helps you. If you found this useful or interesting please feel free to check out part 5 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

Fuck off = go away / leave me alone

John can fuck off  = I want john to leave me alone

He fucked off  = He left   / he is gone

I fucked off home  =  I went home

I am fucking off home now  = I am going home now

He fucked me over  =  He betrayed me    /  he conned (fraud) me

The university fucked me over  = the university conned me

Fuck it / Fuck that   = forget about it   / forget about that

Fuck him  = forget about him

Fuck that job = forget about that job

That is Fan – fucking – tastic  = that is fantastic

That is un – fucking – believable = that is unbelievable

Abso – fucking – lutely  = absolutely

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Different meanings of Fuck

PART 4 / 5

 

Welcome to Proofessor’s school of English slang. This podcast is part 4 of 5.

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

I think most people know the meaning of “Fuck off”. Basically it means “go away” but it’s a very rude and offensive way to say it.  Normally people use it after they have tried to be polite, but if somebody keeps bothering them they may say “fuck off”. Another example, maybe you just broke up with your boyfriend and he keeps calling the phone. Then your friend says to you “John wants to speak to you”. You may say  to your friend “John can fuck off”. This means John can go away or John can leave me alone. People may also say “fuck off” as an expression of surprise if you tell them something amazing. For example, if I say to my friend “I won the lottery, I am a millionaire”. He may say “fuck off” which means he doesn’t believe what I am saying.

Remember in part 3 we learnt that “he is fucked off” means he is angry. But if I say “He fucked off”, it means he left, or he went away. For example, if you are in a bar with many friends and you suddenly realise John is not there anymore. You may say “where is john.?”  Somebody may say John fucked off home. This means that John went home.  Another example, maybe your friends at university ask you if you want to come out for a drink.  If you don’t have time you may say “sorry, I need to fuck off home. I have too many essays to write today”. This means you need to go home to do your essays. You can also say this in the present tense. For example “goodbye, I am fucking off home now”. Or “bye, I am going to fuck off home”. So typically you use this phrase when you are leaving your friends. Don’t ever say this in formal environments like the work place though.

The next phrase is “He fucked me over”.  If you say this then it means that somebody conned you or betrayed you. For example, if a salesman sold you an IPhone, but when you got back home you found that the phone doesn’t work properly. You can say to your friend “That salesman fucked me over”. This means that he conned you, he deliberately sold you a broken phone.  Another example, maybe you told your friend a secret, but they betrayed you by telling everyone your secret. Then you can say to your friend “you fucked me over, I told you to keep it a secret.” So in this case, you fucked me over means you betrayed me.

The next phrase is “fuck it” or “fuck that”. This means forget about it or forget about that. For example you may say to your friend “I have lots of homework to do tonight”. Your friend may say “fuck that, let’s go out”. This means forget about the homework and let’s go out. Another example. Maybe your girlfriend says “do you want to go to Spain for vacation”. If you don’t want to go you may say “fuck that, let’s go somewhere else”. You can also use this about a person. For example, maybe your friend is crying because she broke up with her boyfriend. You may say to your friend “fuck your ex- boyfriend, you don’t need him”. This means forget about your ex-boyfriend.  You can also use this phrase  with objects. For example, if you are shopping for a new mobile phone you may say “fuck apple, I want Samsung”. Again this means that you don’t want to consider Apple.

In England and America Fuck is also placed into the middle of words for emphasis. For example instead of saying “fantastic” sometimes people may say “Fan – fucking – tastic”. It just means the same as fantastic.

If you find something shocking instead of saying “unbelievable” some people will say “un – fucking – believable”.

When you agree with something you may use the word “absolutely”, but some people say “abso – fucking – lutely”. With these words it’s easy to get the meaning as the word is still the same, it just has the word fucking placed into the middle. There are too many words where this is possible.

I hope this helps you. If you found this useful or interesting please feel free to check out part 5 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

 

Fuck off = go away / leave me alone

John can fuck off  = I want john to leave me alone

He fucked off  = He left   / he is gone

I fucked off home  =  I went home

I am fucking off home now  = I am going home now

He fucked me over  =  He betrayed me    /  he conned (fraud) me

The university fucked me over  = the university conned me

Fuck it / Fuck that   = forget about it   / forget about that

Fuck him  = forget about him

Fuck that job = forget about that job

That is Fan – fucking – tastic  = that is fantastic

That is un – fucking – believable = that is unbelievable

Abso – fucking – lutely  = absolutely

 

Different meanings of Fuck

PART 4 / 5

 

Welcome to Proofessor’s school of English slang. This podcast is part 4 of 5.

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

I think most people know the meaning of “Fuck off”. Basically it means “go away” but it’s a very rude and offensive way to say it.  Normally people use it after they have tried to be polite, but if somebody keeps bothering them they may say “fuck off”. Another example, maybe you just broke up with your boyfriend and he keeps calling the phone. Then your friend says to you “John wants to speak to you”. You may say  to your friend “John can fuck off”. This means John can go away or John can leave me alone. People may also say “fuck off” as an expression of surprise if you tell them something amazing. For example, if I say to my friend “I won the lottery, I am a millionaire”. He may say “fuck off” which means he doesn’t believe what I am saying.

Remember in part 3 we learnt that “he is fucked off” means he is angry. But if I say “He fucked off”, it means he left, or he went away. For example, if you are in a bar with many friends and you suddenly realise John is not there anymore. You may say “where is john.?”  Somebody may say John fucked off home. This means that John went home.  Another example, maybe your friends at university ask you if you want to come out for a drink.  If you don’t have time you may say “sorry, I need to fuck off home. I have too many essays to write today”. This means you need to go home to do your essays. You can also say this in the present tense. For example “goodbye, I am fucking off home now”. Or “bye, I am going to fuck off home”. So typically you use this phrase when you are leaving your friends. Don’t ever say this in formal environments like the work place though.

The next phrase is “He fucked me over”.  If you say this then it means that somebody conned you or betrayed you. For example, if a salesman sold you an IPhone, but when you got back home you found that the phone doesn’t work properly. You can say to your friend “That salesman fucked me over”. This means that he conned you, he deliberately sold you a broken phone.  Another example, maybe you told your friend a secret, but they betrayed you by telling everyone your secret. Then you can say to your friend “you fucked me over, I told you to keep it a secret.” So in this case, you fucked me over means you betrayed me.

The next phrase is “fuck it” or “fuck that”. This means forget about it or forget about that. For example you may say to your friend “I have lots of homework to do tonight”. Your friend may say “fuck that, let’s go out”. This means forget about the homework and let’s go out. Another example. Maybe your girlfriend says “do you want to go to Spain for vacation”. If you don’t want to go you may say “fuck that, let’s go somewhere else”. You can also use this about a person. For example, maybe your friend is crying because she broke up with her boyfriend. You may say to your friend “fuck your ex- boyfriend, you don’t need him”. This means forget about your ex-boyfriend.  You can also use this phrase  with objects. For example, if you are shopping for a new mobile phone you may say “fuck apple, I want Samsung”. Again this means that you don’t want to consider Apple.

In England and America Fuck is also placed into the middle of words for emphasis. For example instead of saying “fantastic” sometimes people may say “Fan – fucking – tastic”. It just means the same as fantastic.

If you find something shocking instead of saying “unbelievable” some people will say “un – fucking – believable”.

When you agree with something you may use the word “absolutely”, but some people say “abso – fucking – lutely”. With these words it’s easy to get the meaning as the word is still the same, it just has the word fucking placed into the middle. There are too many words where this is possible.

I hope this helps you. If you found this useful or interesting please feel free to check out part 5 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

 

Fuck off = go away / leave me alone

John can fuck off  = I want john to leave me alone

He fucked off  = He left   / he is gone

I fucked off home  =  I went home

I am fucking off home now  = I am going home now

He fucked me over  =  He betrayed me    /  he conned (fraud) me

The university fucked me over  = the university conned me

Fuck it / Fuck that   = forget about it   / forget about that

Fuck him  = forget about him

Fuck that job = forget about that job

That is Fan – fucking – tastic  = that is fantastic

That is un – fucking – believable = that is unbelievable

Abso – fucking – lutely  = absolutely

 

Different meanings of Fuck

PART 4 / 5

 

Welcome to Proofessor’s school of English slang. This podcast is part 4 of 5.

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

I think most people know the meaning of “Fuck off”. Basically it means “go away” but it’s a very rude and offensive way to say it.  Normally people use it after they have tried to be polite, but if somebody keeps bothering them they may say “fuck off”. Another example, maybe you just broke up with your boyfriend and he keeps calling the phone. Then your friend says to you “John wants to speak to you”. You may say  to your friend “John can fuck off”. This means John can go away or John can leave me alone. People may also say “fuck off” as an expression of surprise if you tell them something amazing. For example, if I say to my friend “I won the lottery, I am a millionaire”. He may say “fuck off” which means he doesn’t believe what I am saying.

Remember in part 3 we learnt that “he is fucked off” means he is angry. But if I say “He fucked off”, it means he left, or he went away. For example, if you are in a bar with many friends and you suddenly realise John is not there anymore. You may say “where is john.?”  Somebody may say John fucked off home. This means that John went home.  Another example, maybe your friends at university ask you if you want to come out for a drink.  If you don’t have time you may say “sorry, I need to fuck off home. I have too many essays to write today”. This means you need to go home to do your essays. You can also say this in the present tense. For example “goodbye, I am fucking off home now”. Or “bye, I am going to fuck off home”. So typically you use this phrase when you are leaving your friends. Don’t ever say this in formal environments like the work place though.

The next phrase is “He fucked me over”.  If you say this then it means that somebody conned you or betrayed you. For example, if a salesman sold you an IPhone, but when you got back home you found that the phone doesn’t work properly. You can say to your friend “That salesman fucked me over”. This means that he conned you, he deliberately sold you a broken phone.  Another example, maybe you told your friend a secret, but they betrayed you by telling everyone your secret. Then you can say to your friend “you fucked me over, I told you to keep it a secret.” So in this case, you fucked me over means you betrayed me.

The next phrase is “fuck it” or “fuck that”. This means forget about it or forget about that. For example you may say to your friend “I have lots of homework to do tonight”. Your friend may say “fuck that, let’s go out”. This means forget about the homework and let’s go out. Another example. Maybe your girlfriend says “do you want to go to Spain for vacation”. If you don’t want to go you may say “fuck that, let’s go somewhere else”. You can also use this about a person. For example, maybe your friend is crying because she broke up with her boyfriend. You may say to your friend “fuck your ex- boyfriend, you don’t need him”. This means forget about your ex-boyfriend.  You can also use this phrase  with objects. For example, if you are shopping for a new mobile phone you may say “fuck apple, I want Samsung”. Again this means that you don’t want to consider Apple.

In England and America Fuck is also placed into the middle of words for emphasis. For example instead of saying “fantastic” sometimes people may say “Fan – fucking – tastic”. It just means the same as fantastic.

If you find something shocking instead of saying “unbelievable” some people will say “un – fucking – believable”.

When you agree with something you may use the word “absolutely”, but some people say “abso – fucking – lutely”. With these words it’s easy to get the meaning as the word is still the same, it just has the word fucking placed into the middle. There are too many words where this is possible.

I hope this helps you. If you found this useful or interesting please feel free to check out part 5 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

 

Fuck off = go away / leave me alone

John can fuck off  = I want john to leave me alone

He fucked off  = He left   / he is gone

I fucked off home  =  I went home

I am fucking off home now  = I am going home now

He fucked me over  =  He betrayed me    /  he conned (fraud) me

The university fucked me over  = the university conned me

Fuck it / Fuck that   = forget about it   / forget about that

Fuck him  = forget about him

Fuck that job = forget about that job

That is Fan – fucking – tastic  = that is fantastic

That is un – fucking – believable = that is unbelievable

Abso – fucking – lutely  = absolutely