the word of all words, the only word you can use in any situation.
1. Oh Fuck!!!!
( anger, excitment, sadness, confusion, stupidity, pleasure, disappointment, hysterical, boredom, exhaustion, happiness, fright, frustration, shock, being disgusted, depression, surprised, embarrasment, being asamed, jealousy, lonliness, anxiousness, shyness, and anything fucking else you fucking people can feel!!!)
by Anonymous September 03, 2003
There are only eleven times in history where the "FUCK" word has been considered acceptable for use.

They are as follows:

11. "What the "FUCK" do you mean,
we are sinking?!"
-Capt. E.J. Smith of RMS Titanic, 1912

10. "What the "FUCK" was that?"
-Mayor Of Hiroshima, 1945

9. "Where did all those "FUCKING" Indians
come from?"
-Custer, 1877

8. "Any "FUCKING" idiot
could understand that."
-Einstein, 1938

7. "It does so "FUCKING" look like her!"
-Picasso, 1926

6. "How the FUCK did you work that out?"
-Pythagoras, 126 BC

5 "You want what
on the "FUCKING" ceiling?"
-Michelangelo, 1566

4. "Where the "FUCK" are we?"
-Amelia Earhart, 1937

3. "Scattered "FUCKING" showers,
my ass!"
-Noah, 4314 BC

2. "Aw c'mon. Who the "FUCK" is
going to find out?"
-Bill Clinton, 1998

1. "FUCK, I didn't think they'd get this
"FUCKING" mad."
-Saddam Hussein, 2003
by AS3 SCHULTZ December 11, 2007
A different name for the erotic pleasures shared between two people
As I lie expectantly on the comfortable couch, wearing only the see-through nightgown he bought me, he approaches. I spread my legs and am immediately arroused. He takes off his boxers and I see the largest most wonderful penis I have ever seen. He then lays ontop of me and strokes my breast gently. Soon his fingers move down my silky smooth body and rest on my thigh where his penis rests. We then get into position and he begins to gently move up and down. Shortly afterwards we experience the greatest pleasure known to anyone and are moaning and shouting, "FUCK ME! FUCK ME! YEAH BABY! SAY MY NAME!" and with these words I grab his ass and massage it gently. Then we roll over and I grab his hands and place them on my breasts where they remain until tomorrow.
by FuckingSexGoddess April 27, 2003
Once had shock value, but is now more common than a tattoo on a fat girl's back.
"You think this definition will get the thumbs up"?

"Do I fuck"

by irreverent August 04, 2006
Surprisingly enough, it's not a synonym for marijuana.
"Let's smoke some fuck, man."
"... What?"
by Mohamdu December 24, 2005
A highly versatile word in the English language.

Mistakenly thought to have come from an acronym "Fornication Under Consent of the King", the word most likely of native English origin, and is almost certainly of Germanic origin; Middle Dutch fokken (to thrust, copulate, or to breed), dialectical Norwegian fukka (to copulate), and dialectical Swedish focka (to strike, copulate) and fock (penis).

The word originally meant "to strike", "to thrust". Possibly becoming a euphamism for an older verb meaning "to copulate/breed" (likely from hyebh-; Sanskrit (yabhati) and the Slavic languages (Russian yebat`, Polish jebac)), the term took on the current meaning "to copulate".

The verb also means "to put into an impossible situation" in today's world ("You fucked us up!"), or as high praise ("fuckin' awesome!")

Even still, "fuck" is used as an expression of hate ("Fuck you!"), despite that copulation is really a pleasurable thing.
"To fuck" in different languages:

Albanian: qi
Bosnian: jebati
Bulgarian: eba
Czech: mrdat, prcat, šukat, šoustat, jebat
Danish: kneppe, bolle, pule
Dutch: neuken
Finnish: naida, panna, nussia
French: baiser, fourrer, niquer
German: ficken, bumsen, vögeln, poppen, knallen, pimpern, nageln, rammeln, pullern
Hungarian: baszni
Hindi: chodna
Icelandic: ríða
Irish: Buail craicinn, sgaoil leathair
Italian: fottere, scopare, trombare
Japanese: étchi surú
Kurdish: gan
Kyrgyz: sigein
Lithuanian: pistis, kruštis, dulkintis, pyškintis
Malaysian: kongkek
Norwegian: pule, knulle
Persian: gaeedan
Polish: pierdolic;, pieprzyc, jebat;
Portuguese: foder, montar, pinar, comer, transar, trepar
Russian: jebát’, jebát’sja, snošát’sja, trákhat’, trákhat’sj
Serbian (Roman): jebati, karati
Scottish Gaelic: dàirich, faigh muin, rach air muin
Spanish: follar, follarse, (Argentina, parts of Uruguay) coger, (Mexico) chingar, jalar, tirar, pichar, culear, joder, vergar, cachar, garchar
Swahili: kutomba
Swedish: knulla, göka, pippa, älska, pöka
Thai: yed
Turkish: sikmek
Ukrainian: jibáti, jibátisja
Welsh: ffwcio, ffwrcho, cnuchio
by Lorelili February 15, 2006
1) Man's initial thought when he wakes up next to a woman heavier than the bed itself.
by mikesayskissmyass June 21, 2006

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