To say that the F-word
will be tolerated five times displays a total lack of understanding and appears to be a misguided attempt to speak to kids on their own level.
Short of discovering some potent new profanity - good luck finding anything with the 500-year staying power of the f-word
- the best strategy may be aggressive weeding.
In fact, there was much less use of the F-word
in the second series than in the first.
Dublin rockers The Minutes also used the f-word
But one F-word
you won't hear the Scot utter ahead of the Betfred.
During the breakfast show, DJ Chris Evans was telling the flamboyant singer how fellow musician Jools Holland begins his day by playing the piano, when John heaved a sigh - and uttered the F-word
, reports the Daily Express.
Censorship was abolished in 1968, since when some dramatists have typed little else other than the F-word
A statement issued on behalf of The F-Word
said, "As part of the current series of Gordon Ramsay's F-Word
, Channel 4's food magazine show, Janet Street-Porter features in a regular topical strand in which she presents her views on diverse food-related issues.
Based on recent FCC rulings, the f-word
is a terrible word that should never be uttered, much less broadcast.
AMERICA'S crackdown on taste and decency on TV took a step further today - with stations axing war film Saving Private Ryan for its repeated use of the f-word
If every other word is the f-word
, does it have any impact anymore?
The columnist's gaffe - the F-word
- prompted dozens of mobile phone text complaints to the BBC station.
In view of last week's column about bad language and this week's news that television watchdogs are furious about the uncensored and constant use of the f-word
, and more, in films shown on television so far this year, I am indebted to Journal reader Peter Elphick, who pointed out that comedian Billy Connolly has actually been awarded the CBE - for using the f-word
a thousand times more.
16 /PRNewswire/ -- Online golf company Fringe Golf today announced it has named sports writer Barry Salberg as senior editor of F-Word
, The Magazine, the company's cutting-edge online golf publication located at the Fringe Golf Web site at http://www.
FOOTBALLER Wayne Rooney was nowhere in sight but the F-word
was still on everyone's lips as a new Jeep was launched last week.