It should come as no surprise then that I had a good laugh when presenter Denise Welch inadvertently mouthed the F-word
on Loose Women.
"Although the words we created, twizpipe or fouch, were shown to be similar to existing swear words in that they were rated as emotion evoking and humorous, they didn't cut it when it came to pain relief - repeating the f-word
was the best option for increasing tolerance to pain.
BGT judge Amanda Holden accidentally let slip the F-word
as magic act The Haunting performed in last night's live semi-final.
It's amazing to think his career pretty much ended when he said the F-word
when there is now all sorts of indecency on TV.' The joke that broke In 1990, Allen's use of the F-word
in this gag led to a question in Parliament about offensive TV language.
I've got to apologise, it's my fault that the word was said TV's Robert Peston after actress Miriam Margolyes used the f-word
on his programme I am not a racist.
I well remember, decades ago, the uproar and consternation caused when the F-word
was first used - spoken on a TV show.
Feminism: Reinventing the F-Word
. Twenty-First Century, 2016.
Ofcom also noted, during an interview, that an American prison inmate used the f-word
, and that programme also featured 78 uses of bleeped offensive language over the course of its hour-long slot.
Scarlett-Rose Davis, a 3-year-old toddler from Birmingham, who became a sensation after using the F-word
during an ice bucket challenge, has apologised and said that she won't use such bad words again.
The three expletives were expected to differ significantly from one another, with the word a-hole predicted to be least offensive, the f-word
as moderately offensive, and the n-word as most offensive.
A source said that the employee was heard using the F-word
, and was immediately reprimanded.
Just after 1pm followers of Mayor Anderson's official mayoral Twitter account @joeforliverpool were left stunned after the message which used the F-word
and urged the London hosts not to mess up the city's hosting of the sporting spectacle.
COMEDIAN Brendan O'Carroll has revealed he had several meetings with TV producers about using the F-word
Stephen Breyer (21) did not specifically address the use of the f-word
Both Wominspace and Million Women Rise defined themselves as "women-only spaces." The F-Word
, a public Internet site, has been accessible to people of all genders.