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So imagine what you get when you say fcuk off I Must say, shut up is quite rude, and provocation for sure!cbavasi wrote:i can distinctly remember having my mouth washed out with soap for telling my mother to shut up. i was never able to look at a bottle of green palmolive the same way again
Be quiet or shut the fcuk up is much better or what about belt
up, shut ya gob, hold ya mouth and stick ya foot in it before i twat yer, much more intimate and loving responses
I think it is rude and unnecessary. Having said that, I remember telling my students that a sure way of knowing that I had reached the end of the rope then I would use 'shut up'. One student piped up and said that there was nothing wrong with saying 'shut up' as his dad said it all the time! So I guess it comes down to how we were raised on how we feel about it.
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