Podccast 9.2 Different meanings of Fxxx

Podccast 9.2 Different meanings of Fxxx

Different meanings of Fuck

PART 2 / 5

Welcome to Proofessor’s school of English slang. This podcast is part 2 of 5.

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

In part 1 we learnt that “I am fucked up” means I am drunk or I am weird. However, if you just say “I fucked up” then it means something completely different. I fucked up means I made a mistake. For example If I say “I fucked up at work today”, it means today I made a mistake at work.   If it is a big mistake you hear people saying “I fucked up big time”. You can also be specific about what you messed up.  If I was cooking dinner for someone and I burnt the food, I can say “I am sorry, I fucked up the dinner”.  If I got divorced and it was my fault, I can say “I fucked up my marriage”.  You often hear people saying “I fucked up my life”. This means that I am unhappy with my life and I made many mistakes with my life. You can also use it to talk about other people. For example “He fucked up his life”.

In England people describe someone who always makes mistakes or who is a loser as a “fuck up”. For example, if your colleague is always making mistakes at work then someone may say “he is a fuck up”.  Another example “My friend failed his driving test 3 times, he is a complete fuck up”. Or you can use this phrase about yourself. For example, If I am disappointed with myself for not having a job, I can say “I can’t get a job, I am such a fuck up”.

So far the phrases we have learnt have not been aggressive. But if I say “I will fuck you up”. This is a threat and it is aggressive. I will fuck you up means I will beat you up.  If someone beats you up it means they use violence against you like punching you, kicking you or hitting you with weapons. I especially hear this phrase on TV. For example “Stay away from my family or I will fuck you up”. Let’s do a past tense example. Maybe one person is telling another person about a fight. As an example he may say “Last night I found the person who stole my phone and I fucked him up”.

You can also call someone an idiot using fuck. For example “He is a fuck wit”. Wit means intelligence. So a fuck wit is someone who is stupid.  However, often this phrase is used aggressively when people are arguing. For example “shut up, you fuck wit”.

“Fuck all” is used instead of the word “nothing”. For example maybe your friend might say “what did you do today”. If you didn’t do anything you can simply reply “fuck all” or “I did fuck all”. This means you did nothing.  Another example, your friend may say “what do you know about world war 2”. If you don’t have much knowledge about it you can reply “fuck all” or “I know fuck all about it”.

If one of your colleagues is really lazy and doesn’t do much work, you may hear people saying “he does fuck all”. This means he does very little work or no work.

Let’s do an example from TV. Two friends have committed a crime together and the police interviews one of them. His friend may say “what did you tell the police”, he can reply “fuck all” or he can say “I said fuck all”. Meaning he didn’t say anything.

I hope this helps you. If you found this useful or interesting please feel free to check out part 3 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 students as possible, so please remember to tell your friends to listen.  Take it easy!

SUMMARIZED VOCAB

I fucked up  = I made a mistake

He fucked up at work  = He made a mistake at work

I fucked up my life  = I made many big mistakes in my life

I fucked up big time  =  I made a big mistake

He is a fuck up  = He is a loser  / he is someone who always makes mistakes

I will fuck you up    =  I will beat you up

Yesterday, I fucked him up   = yesterday I beat him up

He is a fuck wit  = he is an idiot

Fuck all = nothing

I can’t see fuck all = I can’t see anything

I didn’t do fuck all today  =  I didn’t do anything today

He does fuck all work  = He doesn’t do any work

I know fuck all about it   =  I know nothing about it.

 

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Different meanings of Fuck

PART 2 / 5

Welcome to Proofessor’s school of English slang. This podcast is part 2 of 5.

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

In part 1 we learnt that “I am fucked up” means I am drunk or I am weird. However, if you just say “I fucked up” then it means something completely different. I fucked up means I made a mistake. For example If I say “I fucked up at work today”, it means today I made a mistake at work.   If it is a big mistake you hear people saying “I fucked up big time”. You can also be specific about what you messed up.  If I was cooking dinner for someone and I burnt the food, I can say “I am sorry, I fucked up the dinner”.  If I got divorced and it was my fault, I can say “I fucked up my marriage”.  You often hear people saying “I fucked up my life”. This means that I am unhappy with my life and I made many mistakes with my life. You can also use it to talk about other people. For example “He fucked up his life”.

In England people describe someone who always makes mistakes or who is a loser as a “fuck up”. For example, if your colleague is always making mistakes at work then someone may say “he is a fuck up”.  Another example “My friend failed his driving test 3 times, he is a complete fuck up”. Or you can use this phrase about yourself. For example, If I am disappointed with myself for not having a job, I can say “I can’t get a job, I am such a fuck up”.

So far the phrases we have learnt have not been aggressive. But if I say “I will fuck you up”. This is a threat and it is aggressive. I will fuck you up means I will beat you up.  If someone beats you up it means they use violence against you like punching you, kicking you or hitting you with weapons. I especially hear this phrase on TV. For example “Stay away from my family or I will fuck you up”. Let’s do a past tense example. Maybe one person is telling another person about a fight. As an example he may say “Last night I found the person who stole my phone and I fucked him up”.

You can also call someone an idiot using fuck. For example “He is a fuck wit”. Wit means intelligence. So a fuck wit is someone who is stupid.  However, often this phrase is used aggressively when people are arguing. For example “shut up, you fuck wit”.

“Fuck all” is used instead of the word “nothing”. For example maybe your friend might say “what did you do today”. If you didn’t do anything you can simply reply “fuck all” or “I did fuck all”. This means you did nothing.  Another example, your friend may say “what do you know about world war 2”. If you don’t have much knowledge about it you can reply “fuck all” or “I know fuck all about it”.

If one of your colleagues is really lazy and doesn’t do much work, you may hear people saying “he does fuck all”. This means he does very little work or no work.

Let’s do an example from TV. Two friends have committed a crime together and the police interviews one of them. His friend may say “what did you tell the police”, he can reply “fuck all” or he can say “I said fuck all”. Meaning he didn’t say anything.

I hope this helps you. If you found this useful or interesting please feel free to check out part 3 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 students as possible, so please remember to tell your friends to listen.  Take it easy!

SUMMARIZED VOCAB

I fucked up  = I made a mistake

He fucked up at work  = He made a mistake at work

I fucked up my life  = I made many big mistakes in my life

I fucked up big time  =  I made a big mistake

He is a fuck up  = He is a loser  / he is someone who always makes mistakes

I will fuck you up    =  I will beat you up

Yesterday, I fucked him up   = yesterday I beat him up

He is a fuck wit  = he is an idiot

Fuck all = nothing

I can’t see fuck all = I can’t see anything

I didn’t do fuck all today  =  I didn’t do anything today

He does fuck all work  = He doesn’t do any work

I know fuck all about it   =  I know nothing about it.

 

Different meanings of Fuck

PART 2 / 5

Welcome to Proofessor’s school of English slang. This podcast is part 2 of 5.

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

In part 1 we learnt that “I am fucked up” means I am drunk or I am weird. However, if you just say “I fucked up” then it means something completely different. I fucked up means I made a mistake. For example If I say “I fucked up at work today”, it means today I made a mistake at work.   If it is a big mistake you hear people saying “I fucked up big time”. You can also be specific about what you messed up.  If I was cooking dinner for someone and I burnt the food, I can say “I am sorry, I fucked up the dinner”.  If I got divorced and it was my fault, I can say “I fucked up my marriage”.  You often hear people saying “I fucked up my life”. This means that I am unhappy with my life and I made many mistakes with my life. You can also use it to talk about other people. For example “He fucked up his life”.

In England people describe someone who always makes mistakes or who is a loser as a “fuck up”. For example, if your colleague is always making mistakes at work then someone may say “he is a fuck up”.  Another example “My friend failed his driving test 3 times, he is a complete fuck up”. Or you can use this phrase about yourself. For example, If I am disappointed with myself for not having a job, I can say “I can’t get a job, I am such a fuck up”.

So far the phrases we have learnt have not been aggressive. But if I say “I will fuck you up”. This is a threat and it is aggressive. I will fuck you up means I will beat you up.  If someone beats you up it means they use violence against you like punching you, kicking you or hitting you with weapons. I especially hear this phrase on TV. For example “Stay away from my family or I will fuck you up”. Let’s do a past tense example. Maybe one person is telling another person about a fight. As an example he may say “Last night I found the person who stole my phone and I fucked him up”.

You can also call someone an idiot using fuck. For example “He is a fuck wit”. Wit means intelligence. So a fuck wit is someone who is stupid.  However, often this phrase is used aggressively when people are arguing. For example “shut up, you fuck wit”.

“Fuck all” is used instead of the word “nothing”. For example maybe your friend might say “what did you do today”. If you didn’t do anything you can simply reply “fuck all” or “I did fuck all”. This means you did nothing.  Another example, your friend may say “what do you know about world war 2”. If you don’t have much knowledge about it you can reply “fuck all” or “I know fuck all about it”.

If one of your colleagues is really lazy and doesn’t do much work, you may hear people saying “he does fuck all”. This means he does very little work or no work.

Let’s do an example from TV. Two friends have committed a crime together and the police interviews one of them. His friend may say “what did you tell the police”, he can reply “fuck all” or he can say “I said fuck all”. Meaning he didn’t say anything.

I hope this helps you. If you found this useful or interesting please feel free to check out part 3 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 students as possible, so please remember to tell your friends to listen.  Take it easy!

SUMMARIZED VOCAB

I fucked up  = I made a mistake

He fucked up at work  = He made a mistake at work

I fucked up my life  = I made many big mistakes in my life

I fucked up big time  =  I made a big mistake

He is a fuck up  = He is a loser  / he is someone who always makes mistakes

I will fuck you up    =  I will beat you up

Yesterday, I fucked him up   = yesterday I beat him up

He is a fuck wit  = he is an idiot

Fuck all = nothing

I can’t see fuck all = I can’t see anything

I didn’t do fuck all today  =  I didn’t do anything today

He does fuck all work  = He doesn’t do any work

I know fuck all about it   =  I know nothing about it.

 

Different meanings of Fuck

PART 2 / 5

Welcome to Proofessor’s school of English slang. This podcast is part 2 of 5.

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

In part 1 we learnt that “I am fucked up” means I am drunk or I am weird. However, if you just say “I fucked up” then it means something completely different. I fucked up means I made a mistake. For example If I say “I fucked up at work today”, it means today I made a mistake at work.   If it is a big mistake you hear people saying “I fucked up big time”. You can also be specific about what you messed up.  If I was cooking dinner for someone and I burnt the food, I can say “I am sorry, I fucked up the dinner”.  If I got divorced and it was my fault, I can say “I fucked up my marriage”.  You often hear people saying “I fucked up my life”. This means that I am unhappy with my life and I made many mistakes with my life. You can also use it to talk about other people. For example “He fucked up his life”.

In England people describe someone who always makes mistakes or who is a loser as a “fuck up”. For example, if your colleague is always making mistakes at work then someone may say “he is a fuck up”.  Another example “My friend failed his driving test 3 times, he is a complete fuck up”. Or you can use this phrase about yourself. For example, If I am disappointed with myself for not having a job, I can say “I can’t get a job, I am such a fuck up”.

So far the phrases we have learnt have not been aggressive. But if I say “I will fuck you up”. This is a threat and it is aggressive. I will fuck you up means I will beat you up.  If someone beats you up it means they use violence against you like punching you, kicking you or hitting you with weapons. I especially hear this phrase on TV. For example “Stay away from my family or I will fuck you up”. Let’s do a past tense example. Maybe one person is telling another person about a fight. As an example he may say “Last night I found the person who stole my phone and I fucked him up”.

You can also call someone an idiot using fuck. For example “He is a fuck wit”. Wit means intelligence. So a fuck wit is someone who is stupid.  However, often this phrase is used aggressively when people are arguing. For example “shut up, you fuck wit”.

“Fuck all” is used instead of the word “nothing”. For example maybe your friend might say “what did you do today”. If you didn’t do anything you can simply reply “fuck all” or “I did fuck all”. This means you did nothing.  Another example, your friend may say “what do you know about world war 2”. If you don’t have much knowledge about it you can reply “fuck all” or “I know fuck all about it”.

If one of your colleagues is really lazy and doesn’t do much work, you may hear people saying “he does fuck all”. This means he does very little work or no work.

Let’s do an example from TV. Two friends have committed a crime together and the police interviews one of them. His friend may say “what did you tell the police”, he can reply “fuck all” or he can say “I said fuck all”. Meaning he didn’t say anything.

I hope this helps you. If you found this useful or interesting please feel free to check out part 3 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 students as possible, so please remember to tell your friends to listen.  Take it easy!

SUMMARIZED VOCAB

I fucked up  = I made a mistake

He fucked up at work  = He made a mistake at work

I fucked up my life  = I made many big mistakes in my life

I fucked up big time  =  I made a big mistake

He is a fuck up  = He is a loser  / he is someone who always makes mistakes

I will fuck you up    =  I will beat you up

Yesterday, I fucked him up   = yesterday I beat him up

He is a fuck wit  = he is an idiot

Fuck all = nothing

I can’t see fuck all = I can’t see anything

I didn’t do fuck all today  =  I didn’t do anything today

He does fuck all work  = He doesn’t do any work

I know fuck all about it   =  I know nothing about it.