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  • C**t... I never say it, and if I'm ever explaining how much I hate it, I can't help but whisper and shudder when I say it. x
  • t**t i hate this word and i never say it. its horrible
  • Moist or Ointment. I don't mind other words, like the "c-word"...but these two make my skin crawl.
  • Worst word? Or worst curse word? I'll go with hatred.
  • Religion
  • I don't think there is one. I have no problem writting nor saying swear words because I understand the reason that they are considered taboo: Monotheism. When monotheism came to be about 4,000 years ago it was trying to oust everything else, it did this by demonizing it. It said that anything that they worship is the work of the devil, sex, women, dowsing etc. The word isn't bad it is our perception that has been altered to treat it as bad.
  • suicide
  • Something I hear from women too often....the word 'No'.
  • I would say cunt, however that is reflective of the hidden undercurrent of misogyny embedded in the English language. I am instead saying 'doco'. What a crappy, retarded word for documentary.
  • For the worst effect on people, I'd think it'd be "nigger".
  • Hate..if the word didn't exist then maybe the feeling it describes wouldn't exist and therefore many other words might not exist.
  • If people would take the time to educate themselves about the 'n' word, it would lose much of its power. It actually means one who is a disgrace to their race which can mean ANY race, not just blacks. Then there is the word niggard meaning a stingy person or a miser. The 'n' word derives from a combo of these two. It does not bother me, but I am white, so I have never been on the receiving end of such a slur. Blacks have been calling each other by this slur for years, so I have to assume it does not bother them as much as white people have been led to believe it does. I find the word c*nt particularly offensive to women and cringe when I hear it. I have been on the receiving end of that slur, but I try to remember it is just a word. The worst word ever? Injustice
  • I despise the word faggot. It has caused more misery and heartbreak for young gay men (and some women) and it is probably worse than the "N" word because at least with the "N" word you can run to your family and friends and they can commiserate with you. Most times, the gay young man or woman (and frequently a gay adult) is all alone with no one to turn to. I have to think it is that word.
  • Prohibition.
  • Death, C*nt F**k and Lesbo.......
  • rejected.
  • ABORTION!
  • A tough one... I personally just don't care about words - they are just arbitrary representations of concepts, objects, etc Like seriously : P - I don't think any word can be offensive, taboo, 'bad' (or 'good'), etc Like, if someone asks the question "Which colour is most offensive?" it doesn't really mean anything, except in cases where a society has decided that a colour is a representation of X, and that X is offensive. In such cases it is X that is offensive, not the representation of it. Same goes for words, when someone says 'f**k', and someone else is offended, the offended person is offended by the concept of 'f**king', not the word 'f**k' itself. In such a case, they have decided that 'f**king' is offensive - the act itself doesn't inherently have the quality of being offensive, the person has decided that it is offensive for whatever reason and acts accordingly. ***** So, I don't think that any words are bad (or good), and in the most common cases (swear words, etc) I don't find the things they represent to be bad either. There is no worst word, nor is there a best, or a good one, or a bad one; only words and what they represent.
  • Goodbye
  • Hip-hop
  • Any word that someone uses to sound smart when a shorter one will do. The two I hate the most: dichotomy and paradigm.
  • George Bush, really bad stuff
  • possibly a wazack, (someone who spits chewing gum on a pavement/sidewalk)
  • I even hate to type this word...C#@t.
  • the 'c' word
  • In certain situations, "Whatever"
  • I am of the opinion that no word is a bad word - the words are not the bad guys - the ignorant prick usung it is the bad guy. Words are just words - the context is the important part. Context can make the nicest word seem horrible.
  • C**t. I don't even like to think it!
  • the 'c' word
  • NO! ... when all I want to hear is a response in the affirmative. __________ I speak six languages and I have noticed that "swear" words vary greatly between languages. For example, here in Montreal, the French use mostly Catholic religious words to swear, while the English use mostly sexual words to swear.
  • I think nigger is the worst word. It is so loaded with hate.
  • To a loved one: "Good-bye"
  • Hole and God. If you've noticed, these words are often "bleeped" on TV. Ass**** and ***damn
  • That question can never be answered because not one word in the world could ever offend EVERYONE. What it all comes down to is you'r personal oppinion. My personal opinion is that the worst word in the world is hate. Look at all the meanings inside the word. Hate: To dislike somebody or something intensely, often in a way that evokes feelings of anger, hostility or animosity. Anger: A strong feeling of grievance and displeasure. Hostility: Intense aggression or anger, a feeling or attitude of hatred, enmity, antagonism, or anger toward someone. Grievance: Bitterness or anger at having received unfair treatment. Displeasure: A feeling of annoyance or dissatisfaction. Attitude: An opinion or general feeling toward something. Antagonism: Hostility or hatred causing opposition and ill will Bitterness: Mentally painful or very hard to accept. Unfair: Not equal or just. Annoyance: A feeling of irritation, feelings of mild anger and impatience. Dissatisfaction: Something that causes a feeling of not being satisfied. Hatred: A feeling of intense towards somebody or something. Irritation: A feeling of impatience or exasperation Impatience: Annoyed or tending to be annoyed at being kept waiting or being delayed . Exasperation: To make somebody very angry or frustrated, often by repeatedly doing something annoying. My way of looking at it is to find a word with the most intense meaning and that could be the worst word.
  • thrust... it is a word that no matter what sentence you use it in it always gives a different meaning...

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