Morning meteorologist Chris Cimino didn’t realize his mic was still hot when the “Today” show’s Al Roker cut to him for the Big Apple forecast.
“It’s just a weird fucking thing, it’s just strange,” Cimino can be heard saying around 8:17 a.m.
“Um, but I think if I didn’t do that, I wouldn’t have allowed myself,” he went on, before his mic was abruptly cut off.
Any more, using the word fuck is like AXING the guy next to you in a restaurant to pass the cream.
FUCK can probably be the most universal in the dictionary.
Here is what Mr. Websters breakdown of the word means.
verb\ ˈfək \fucked; fucking; fucks
Definition of fuck
(Entry 1 of 2)
transitive verb1usually obscene: to engage in coitus with —sometimes used interjectionally with an object (such as a personal or reflexive pronoun) to express anger, contempt, or disgust2usually vulgar: to deal with unfairly or harshly : CHEAT, SCREW
Definition of fuck (Entry 2 of 2)1usually obscene: an act of copulation2usually obscene: a sexual partner3ausually vulgar: DAMN sense 2busually vulgar —used especially with the as a meaningless intensivewhat the fuck do they want from me4usually vulgar: FUCKER
First Known Use of fuck
14th century, in the meaning defined at intransitive sense 1
1680, in the meaning defined at sense 1
History and Etymology for fuck
akin to Dutch fokken to breed (cattle), Swedish dialect fókka to copulate
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In conclusion folks, it is no big deal anymore. Who really gives a fuck.