Tomorrow will be declared the saddest day ever in Los Angeles, because County Supervisor Michael Antonovich will announce the start of No Cussing Week. So all you gutter-mouthed bitches in L.A. better carry a bar of delicious-tasting soap with you, because you’re going to have to suck on that shit when a dirty word spills out of your mouth!
Little 14-year-old McKay Hatch of South Pasadena High School is to blame for this. In 2007, he started the No Cussing Club after he became bothered by his friends’ dirty ass mouths. He challenged them to stop using filthy words. Some of his friends accepted his challenge. Almost 2 years later, McKay’s website has 30,000 members in over 30 countries.
McKay writes on his website that those who accept the challenge “won’t cuss, swear, use bad language, or tell dirty jokes. Clean language is a sign of intelligence and always demands respect. I will use my language to uplift, encourage and motivate. I will Leave People Better Than I Found Them!”
FUCK THAT CUNT SHIT!
Okay, I commend McKay for standing up for shit that bothers him, but count me the fuck out! It’s not even an option for me. You know, some whores have told me that I would get more advertisers and less offices would block me if I stopped writing such dirty shit so much. I don’t give a fuck! It’s impossible for me to stop using the most beautiful words ever spoken. Curse words are my best friends. They are always there for me. They know me so well. I can always count on them to lift me up when I’m feeling down. If I could fuck the word fuck, I’d fuck that fuckity fucker until I couldn’t fuck no more.
Not being able to cuss is some Twilight Zone shit. That’s like a damn nightmare come to life. Honestly, I would probably suffocate to death, because I can only exhale if a curse word is attached to it. My body would quit this bitch if I didn’t say some kind of nasty ass word every minute on the minute.
For those of you who are taking the challenge, good fucking luck! I will make sure to quadruple my normal cuss word usage to make up for it.
Source: L.A. Times