In some parts of outer suburban Australia, the word 'cunt' has truly mutated, and through generations of misuse has come to be the basis of many a descriptive substitute extension. Regardless of the general offense value, it has many applications:
1) An unpopular person
2) A person for whom the caller has a high regard
3) A term of reference for inanimate objects
4) Used in plural for both people and inanimate objects
1) A:"This cunt was eyein' off my bitch"
B:"What a cunt"
A:"Then the cunt tried to chat her up while I was spewin"
B:"What a cunt's act"
2) A:"How are ya, cunt face?"
B:"Haven't seen you for ages, ay cunt!"
3) "..An I was carryin' the wood, when the hefty cunt slipped off me shoulder"
"The lights were off, lookin' for me slipper, I couldn't find the cunt"
4) "I seen this bunch of cunts checkin' out my sick wheels"
"You ever see those hamburger buns all covered in those little cunts?"
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