drop the F-bomb

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drop the F-bomb

To use the word "fuck," especially at a particularly inappropriate time or place. I was so nervous and emotionally shaken at my grandfather's funeral that I accidentally dropped an F-bomb during his eulogy. You need to be careful that you don't drop the F-bomb around her parents.
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He was commentating on the first-round clash between Scots Stephen Maguire and Anthony McGill when he dropped the F-bomb.
fs481XdeL) dropped the f-bomb  during her emotional acceptance speech along with a slew of other curse words.
MRS Brown's Boys dropped the f-bomb during its special live episode on Saturday.
Caitriona Phaidin never dropped the F-bomb like Caitriona Paudeen, but then again she never spoke in English.
Happy Mondays and Black Grape frontman Shaun Ryder infamously dropped the F-bomb repeatedly during his pre-watershed live chat with Chris back in 1996, despite the gingerhaired one offering to give the Madchester legend his own shoes if he kept it clean.
It wasn't anywhere near the right the innocent court reporter on whom he dropped the F-bomb as she simply went about her job.
The insider said that Bieber appeared to have selective amnesia, used constant facial gestures and dropped the F-bomb during the deposition.
After Mark Wahlberg's epic rant where he dropped the f-bomb about twenty times to get his point across that he hates when A-listers think their jobs are so hard, TMZ cameras caught up with him and he says this: "I didn't know that it was Tom Cruise that said that.
Melissa Leo, best supporting actress winner for "The Fighter," dropped the F-bomb and was also a fashion bombshell.
So Conservative Senator Nancy Ruth dropped the F-bomb.
How pale," V dropped the F-bomb in a line that I only can leave to the reader's imagination.
He dropped the f-bomb midway through the first song, which probably didn't please many parents who had brought along their young children to the show.
The set kicks off with a remarkable episode devoted to Woodstock, wherein Jefferson Airplane dropped the F-bomb and Stephen Stills proudly showed off the mud on his pants from the Upstate New York festival.
The Friends star joked that he dropped the F-bomb on the heirs to the throne earlier this year.