f-bomb

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f-bomb

A euphemism for the word "fuck." Usually used with the verb "drop." Please don't drop any f-bombs while babysitting my kids, OK? They repeat everything.
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I'm regularly late for pick up and I swear so much that my four-year-old is casually dropping F-bombs FFS.
Serving up fewer f-bombs (all bleeped) and not a single moment in which Ramsay looks like he might spontaneously self-combust into rage dust, "Uncharted" won't easily lend itself to YouTube collections of the chef's greatest outbursts.
Alcohol use, dialogue with F-bombs, and romantic scenes with minimum graphic details pepper this novel that exemplifies that "love is love." The main characters may be "misfits" at Grady High, but they are nonetheless likable.
But here is the annotated version, as told to Woodward by Trump's aides, replete with enough "F-bombs" to stock an arsenal of profanity.
Beto O'Rourke has dropped so many f-bombs it's part of his brand.
The album came out late Saturday exclusively on Jay-Z's fledgling Tidal streaming service and is not available on Spotify -- a far larger platform, which Beyonce disses on the album in a string of F-bombs.
Your character here has a very 'creative' use (read: she drops so many f-bombs in one minute) of the English language.
The wheelman then spends most of the movie racing around at high speed, dropping F-bombs and desperately trying to outrun his pursuers while figuring out who set him up and why.
We have been beyond working hard and have something we think all in attendance will enjoy (as long as you don't mind a few f-bombs here and there!
He said Mexico would never pay for the wall, deploying very un-presidential and headline-grabbing F-bombs to punctuate his anger.
When Ned Fleming (Cranston) and his wife, Barb (Megan Mullally), show up at the remote wood-and-glass Palo Alto mansion where they've been asked to spend Christmas with their daughter, Stephanie (Zoey Deutch), and her new boyfriend, Franco's Laird Mayhew, they're met by their worst nightmare: Franco greets them as a shirtless, tattooed party boy who can't stop dropping F-bombs. On top of that, he's so unctuously "friendly" that he acts like he's been part of their family for years: He has tattooed their Christmas-card photo across his back and, in Ned's honor, has built them a bowling alley.
Meanwhile, the Daily Beast's Asawin Suebsaeng did his best to channel Lewis Black or Chris Rock, pacing around the stage and sprinkling f-bombs throughout a one-note routine about the perks of so-called Yellow Privilege in America.