ANSWERS: 94
  • horrified. I certainly wouldnt ever speak to that person ever again
  • I would rage. i hate that word...and only use it when necessary...but that person really has to piss me off.
  • yeah i wouldnt even talk to him anymore id probably leave him it he really meant what he said...
  • I would say...So... overreaction will only get repeats....
  • cute? (cough)
  • when he was joking around he called me that.
  • I'd be extremely surprised. He wouldn't say that to me. I might think I was hearing things.
  • Hooolllyy crap, after reading some of these responses I'm going to drink until I cause enough brain damage and forget that word exists - I knew it was serious, but never that serious.
  • no excuses for him. there's no reason why a s/o should call a his girl that.
  • In a milisecond he would own the title of "EX s/o" - that is a horrible word and probably the worst a man could call someone else - especially someone he is supposed to love and care about. No excuses for that one!
  • I can't even describe how livid I would be.
  • My husband would never call me a cook!
  • The C word is nothing compared to what i get slung at me! but believe me i bite back and mame that goon :)
  • It's difficult to know. I can't imagine a situation where he would ever do that... unless he contracted terrets syndrome. I think it would be equivalent to a situation in which I were African American and my s/o were white and he called me the N word.
  • That word makes my skin crawl. I'd give her/him another chance, but not without letting them know that by saying hurtful things like that to me demonstrates a complete lack of respect for me and our relationship. Further remarks like that will not be tolerated. then I'd stick to my word. If it happened again, I wouldn't think twice about kickin' them to the curb. Sorry, but you deserve better and you have to believe that!
  • You could say......." I hate when you get my name mixed up with your old girlfriend" hahah (BUT DON'T) Just something to smile about. Or big sign saying: Cunt wanted, no nice girls should apply! LOL
  • flip out on him...wow where to start...i'd take a good drive and he'd better not be on the road cuz if i were going to jail for him i'd make it count...i kno my first reaction would be smack him across the face as hard as possible though...that would take a long time to forgive even if i chose to do so
  • Based on some of the responses here and your question "I don't know what I did wrong", I can share a few things... 1) you didn't do anything to deserve that 2) you're s/o falls into one of two catagories. Either he has not learned to respect women, and he is probably too old to learn now. His lack of respect is ingrained in him as a 2-week old tick is burrowed in a dog. Or your s/o subconsciously views himself as a woman and finds nothing wrong with using that term in the same way people within the AA community might use the N word toward one another. He may be a lesbian trapped inside a man's body.
  • It would be the last word out of his mouth before he hit the ground? Seriously, I certainly wouldn't tolerate it. I would say or do nothing to/for him until he apologized...profusely.
  • i would laugh because coming from him it would be compliment. did ryan call you that?
  • Depending on the situation I would either b*tch slap them or walk away.
  • he has no right to disrespect me. i will have to tell him that this behaviour is unacceptable and why would he want to be with a C@*t and tell him to F@*k off. i probably might throw something sharp at him and i aim straight, i do not miss. Ok i would not take it well.
  • This question comes as a shock to me Sara. Without even knowing Ryan, I sort of "assumed" that he's a rather polished chap. For him to use that sort of derogatory jargon.....well lets just say you've officially got me stumped. Very disappointing behavior for a man in his position.
  • I don't know, if it's the word I'm thinking, it would probably cause me to pause and request that they repeat themselves. I would most likely end the conversation and consider what type of relationship I was in. I've been called a lot of things - the B word included, but never the C word. That takes disrespect to a whole new level, and would really make me wonder what type of person I was involved with. I would also look at every possible angle involved with that relationship and, after the long break that inevitably occur, I'd make the decision on whether or not to stay. I guess since I've never heard that word used in "normal" conversation with any of my associates, I would be forced to take it seriously.
  • i would get a lawyer - he better get one too because he will need it
  • i think i might punch him in the face. it's just too disrespectful for me. i absolutely hate that word. **kisses**
  • I'd think someone had taken over control of his mind. He would never, ever call me that.
  • Agreed, unfortunately there is not a like vulgar word for a man that you could reciprocate with:) The word is vile and disrepectful,however guys do not understand that. I would make it very clear that you will not tolerate that again and let it go. You can't control other people, only your reaction to them.
  • My bf and I have never disrespected each other in 2.5 years so if he used it, he would more than likely be joking. And if he wasn't, I'd be deeply hurt.
  • My ex-S/O did that and that's one of the many many reasons we are divorced. My current S/O would never call me that. I have never even heard him say that word.
  • While my current boyfriend has never called me that, I have been called it in the past by another guy. My reaction? Who cares, it's just a word. "Sticks and stones may break my bones but words can never hurt me." I really don't understand all the hype about it to be honest. Somehow, a word that was used as a common term for vagina in the Middle English period (1300's or so) got turned into a despicable vulgar term. Remember the days when gay meant happy?
  • I know your asking for woman here but my wife and I tend to talk worse than that in the heat of the moment just before and during the actions of tearing off clothing. In our house they are not bad words but Descriptive Foreplay.
  • I would tell him dont let the door kick him in the ass see ya.
  • Punch him in the face.. then it'd just get worse..
  • She does call me that sometimes....kind of in a joking way, but also semi-serious. It's funny.
  • call him a man whore. hehe
  • i would call him a dick...lol
  • Call him one back and tell him to shut the hell up lol Ugh. I'd be mad. If he was serious when he said it.
  • I do not tolerate that word. It would be met with deep, long-lasting silence and he would cease to exist until a fitting apology had been made.
  • What... CUTE??? LOL If it where the other, I'de most likely have my arm cocked & ready to smack. I don't put up with non-sense!
  • Psh....whatever! I don't care what he says to me anymore. I really don't.
  • I would punch him. I know that's not probably the "best" reaction but he'd deserve it... (in my mind.)
  • I would ask him what I did that he should think so highly of me! haha. I would feel like he didn’t value me..I would feel degraded but this is something my now husband and I talked about before we got married. We agreed on no name calling, no shut-up and no physical fighting. We really wanted to get to a place where we didn’t have to have big blow out fights to get things resolved..That doesn’t mean we didn’t have big blow outs but we did stay true to everything else. After three years we have gone almost 2 years with being able to sit down on the couch and talk about things...and things still get heated but not to the point of yelling etc. We also did not want our children seeing their parents treat each other disrespectfully since children do mimic what they see at home. I am assuming this was during a disagreement?
  • I would say, yeah I know I got a pretty nice one hey? Too bad YOU'LL never see it again. Especially with your little pathetic F*&%$** Pri**!!
  • Name calling, especially names like that, are mentally and verbally abusive. Call him on it. Do not put up with it. Alot of times mental and verbal abuse eventually leads to physical abuse, something that takes alot longer to work through.
  • I'd laugh in his face and say you don't even know what that means. He really is quite pure, thats why I married him.
  • backhanded slap and a march out the door.
  • Personally, I hate that word I think thats the worst word you could ever use(really it makes me sick to hear it) & if my s/o called me that I can honestly say he'd be picking his teeth up off the floor because I'd pop them out of his mouth for calling me such filth.
  • Well, the last time my ex called me that. It cost him 2,700 to repair his trunk. No I'not a bit sorry.
  • What did the five fingers say to the face? >>>>> S L A P ! <<<<<<< The end.
  • I would look around and wonder who took over my husband's body. No way would he ever say such a thing.
  • &quot;yea well why don't u come lick my cunt you *** ***** ** *****" or something like that lol
  • I would politely ask him if he was ready to lose his 4 letter D word. That is the most disrespectful insult to a woman. I would not tolerate that even in a joking way.
  • Speaking as a person whose former boyfriend used that word more than a few times: It is the lowest of the low. In my situation, my boyfriend knew that I considered the C word to be about the worst. He would use it on purpose. Can you just see yourself throwing the "C" word around? Oh My God! What would HE do???? I can see it now, around the dinner tableand you casually ask him what "C" made the mashed potatoes! ???? Have you ever tried that? Sometimes they do not realize how bad they sound. If I were you, I would let him know that his behavior is unacceptable and that if he continues to use the C word, he will need to find someone else with lesser vocabulary skills who will appreciate him for what he is. A filthy disrespectful MOUTH. No brain....just a mouth.
  • I would laugh and call him a douchebag. Ourselves and our circle of friends throw terms like that around a lot. Ah, what the world of online games like Halo can do to people and the tolerability of insults.
  • Dump him
  • its the one word i wont tolerate being called at all so i would get rid.:)
  • id probably just walk,if i managed to avoid slapping him :p or kicking his nuts.of course id not continue with the relationship
  • my boo told me i was a stupid one the other day! not only a C@#* but a stupid C@#*. u could imagine how low i felt. that was the first time i ever felt any hate towards him. i felt low and slutty and dumb and incompetant. i felt soo small and weak. stop that man in his tracks now! before its too late cus i can tell u, 'to late' is NOT where u wanna be!
  • I think my wife has reacted with benign ambivalence when I've told her that she's cute. ;)
  • He would NEVER EVER call me names. That being said, I don't think the word is that bad. It's just a word, as is any other.
  • I have been called that by my ex-boyfriend. That is why he is an ex. Your boyfriend may be an abuser. How many times has he called you this. It is a red flag. Do not allow him to continue this behavior. Talk to him and if he continues then reconsider the relationship.
  • Leave him. You don't deserve tat.
  • I would probably ask him if he really thought that and then I'd calmly walk up to him and push him out the door and not speak to him. That's so disrespectful. I'd probably find some choice words of my own to talk to him about as he's leaving
  • Turn the frown upside down! He's just trying to express how much you mean to him.
  • It depends what has led up to the usage of that word. If it is just a small fight and he says it, then that's a bit much and shouldn't have any of it. But if you are being abusive, putting him down, and acting like one then you shouldn't be able to react.
  • It is a good word. I have been called it many times..I love it. The first time I heard it I was horrified so I changed its meaning and get a good laugh whenever I hear it. In fact I call my partner that a lot. She hates it.
  • I probably either slap him in he face for that or shove him hard enough for him to kinda tumble (we're only 1/2 inch of height differences,lol)
  • uh, excuse for my ignorance what is this word that you all speak of?
  • Is it Cowe? You can tell Him "Sticks and stones may break bones but names mean nothing to me" Seriously you need to stop calling him asshole cause it may give him the idea to call you names too. ((hugs))
  • It's just a word.
  • I would make it very clear that his words are inapropriate an unacceptable. Now and in the future! Be clear!
  • i'll kow i'm in abusive place
  • Mine did. And has quite a few times lol. I just imagine him being pecked by a turkey. Then i spat in his tea for a week. Well people do turn into what you call them lol. I did laugh it off once and said 'At least c u n t s are useful' and 'i might be a c but i'm your c' It depends. Now i doubt myself reading some of the replies, whether i responded too soft lol. If he's not usually a name caller it might be ok to warn him how you feel or felt about it and warn him you will not tolerate it again, then let it go?
  • But, what if she asked you to call her that during a wild roleplay session? Would it still be wrong? .... Just curious. >:)
  • Get over it! Sticks and stones.
  • get out my pussy and let me fuck me hard
  • I WOULD CALL HIM THE 4 LETTER D WORD,4 LETTER F WORD AND A COUPLE 5 AND 6 LETTER WORDS
  • My ex-husband called me that once. We were divorced about 6 months later. Best move I've ever made!!!
  • I experienced the same thing the other day. I forget the conversation but i was joking around with a friend and my bf was in the room. my friend got up and said "cunt" but was just joking and I knew he was joking. I kicked him in t he bum and we laughed. Then my boyfriend who was sitting next to me, and wasn't in the conversation at all held up his hands and shrugged as if to say "well you're a cunt" or "you deserved that" I was hurt. I dont take that lightly even if he was joking. Because to me, every aspect of a joke has some truth anyway (that is what usually makes people laugh due to the fact they relate to the joke). I told him it bothered me and he said " I was just joking". I told him "I want to slap you across the face right now" and walked away. In this case is he actually saying I'm the four lettered c word even though he just implied it?
  • I would fuck him to hell then throw him out
  • I have been married almost 24 years and my husband has never called me names nor I him. If he did I would assume it was his way of asking for a divorce and I would oblige him.
  • i'd probable slap his mouth and tell him the seven letter f word.how much can a man really love you, and actually speak to you that way.if thats what he THINKS you are , and he is with you, that says alot about him.
  • he's never called me that, if he did i would leave him. you can't respect someone and call them that.
  • He never has, and I'm pretty sure he never will. We wouldn't be together if he did. Name calling is abuse, and it only ever escalates from there. As for that particular word? I don't really have an issue with it. If the worst thing you've got on me happens to be a part of my (and every other female's) anatomy, I'm really not doing that bad!
  • i asked my girlfriend and she said she would leave me in a second and would not speak to me again.But i would never call a woman that.That word ain't evern in my dictionary,it's just disgusting.That's a really mean word tocall a woman,i think women have enough names to be called,so it's bad enough.that word shows he has no respect for you
  • I;d laugh and call him the four letter D word..we joke around with each other all the time , so i would just laugh.
  • smack him in his face and probably leave him I despise that word
  • BIG ASS NO NO haha im serious no matter how mad u get dont do that im a guy and ive seen this happen three times. my favorite comedian said you can either be right or happy. if u wanna be happy you will not say that if you wanna make it work she is always rite "im sorry" and "your rite" are the main keys to a lasting relationship
  • what's an s/o ??? and do you mean CUNT?? i'd laugh
  • I am unsure how I would react and would most likely be in shock as he has never called me any innapropriate names. Its called respect.
  • he's called me a bitch one time but it was a joke. i think. haha. but, a c*nt...he would be dead. i want major sucking up then!

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