Cunt Puncher

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MCS\’s first group Tat!

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    1. Why. WHY. It’s not like pussies jump at you and insult your mother. So I really don’t see any justification for this.

      And I really really dislike the word cunt. Though vagina sounds ugly too.

      I usually prefer words in English but what cocksucker invented those words. Goddamn.

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    2. vagina Look up vagina at Dictionary.com
      1682, from L. vagina “sheath, scabbard” (pl. vaginæ), from PIE *wag-ina- (cf. Lith. voziu “ro cover with a hollow thing”), from base *wag- “to break, split, bite.” Probably the ancient notion is of a sheath made from a split piece of wood (see sheath). A modern medical word; the L. word was not used in an anatomical sense in classical times. Anthropological vagina dentata is attested from 1908.

      cunt Look up cunt at Dictionary.com
      “female intercrural foramen,” or, as some 18c. writers refer to it, “the monosyllable,” M.E. cunte “female genitalia,” akin to O.N. kunta, from P.Gmc. *kunton, of uncertain origin. Some suggest a link with L. cuneus “wedge,” others to PIE base *geu- “hollow place,” still others to PIE *gwen-, root of queen and Gk. gyne “woman.” The form is similar to L. cunnus “female pudenda,” which is likewise of disputed origin, perhaps lit. “gash, slit,” from PIE *sker- “to cut,” or lit. “sheath,” from PIE *kut-no-, from base *(s)keu- “to conceal, hide.” First known reference in Eng. is said to be c.1230 Oxford or London street name Gropecuntlane, presumably a haunt of prostitutes. Avoided in public speech since 15c.; considered obscene since 17c. Du. cognate de kont means “a bottom, an arse.” Du. also has attractive poetic slang ways of expressing this part, such as liefdesgrot, lit. “cave of love,” and vleesroos “rose of flesh.” Alternate form cunny is attested from c.1720 but is certainly much earlier and forced a change in the pronunciation of coney (q.v.), but it was good for a pun while coney was still the common word for “rabbit”: “A pox upon your Christian cockatrices! They cry, like poulterers’ wives, ‘No money, no coney.’ ” [Massinger, 1622]

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    3. @RSIxidor:

      YOU. What are you doing.

      I knew most of that about the word vagina. Not about cunt though. Very interesting, but not very satisfying.

      Unfortunately ‘cave of love’ is ugly also. Cave doesn’t sound good. Neither does ‘rose of flesh’. Again, ‘flesh’, it sounds too harsh.

      Let’s just call it pussy, please. Thank you.

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    4. lol @ Gropecuntlane

      @dieAntagonista:

      Pussy we shall call it. And it shall be called – pussy.

      I’m in class again, rather bored. Everyone else is late so the instructor is waiting a bit before starting. Nice guy in that regards, certainly.

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    5. And this is why the word vagoo was invented, the others seemed too harsh.

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    6. Vagoo sounds like some weird ass spaghetti sauce.

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    7. Oh and there are two more good words!

      Punany.

      And poon. Poon sounds kind of silly also. M[c]S has taught the me that one.

      Like I said, P is the best letter of the alphabet.

      @RSIxidor:

      Hooray.

      In class, again?

      So that’s what you do in school. Teaching unsuspecting Europeans about the origin of not so delicate words. I want to go to your school.

      @Sarcastastic:

      Vagoo sounds ugly too. Ok maybe not ugly, but definitely ridiculous. If I had a pet clown, I’d name him vagoo.

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    8. Er, has taught me that one*

      I swear I don’t think I’m royal. Yet.

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    9. Seems like its all I ever do.

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    10. Where is that tattoo located?

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    11. I think you can make the edge of a pair of jeans at the bottom of the picture, so I’m guessing somewhere on the back.

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    12. @RSIxidor:
      I wish my laptop was small enough to carry around with me. Despite being new, the thing is monstrous.

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    13. So…no one else noticed that the tattoo isn’t a real tattoo…?

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    14. It is a real tattoo, featured on modblog.

      It still remains massively tasteless.

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    15. Well that guy’s never getting laid again.

      Words only have power through perception. For example, ‘cunt’ is about as offensive as ‘dick’ in England. Makes sense. Both simply refer to anatomy.

      However, in the United States the word ‘cunt’ can throw women into a rage and make them try to take a chunk of your flesh (literally seen this). This has to do with perception.

      People give this word incredible negative power, by reacting to it negatively. It also gives women feelings of insecurity, because words/insults relating to their anatomy appear more offensive. (I.E. it’s more of an insult to have female anatomy than male).

      Naturally I don’t agree with this, but this is the perception we allow to foster by giving this word so much negative energy. This is just as much the fault of men who apply so much negative energy to this word, but women also need to learn to respond to it better.

      @RSIxidor: I thought you were Austrian. Don’t you use “Scheide” all the time over there, which basically means ‘sheath?’ I never had a problem using that word when talking non-offensively about vaginas. (Not that I tend to talk offensively about them).

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    16. I hope he’s not expecting sex from any female. Actually I hope he’s not expecting sex at all. I don’t know any gay guys that would think that funny or erotic.

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    17. @Paul_Is_Drunk: The word “cunt” never bothered me. I never understood why some women get so riled up over it. My SIL says you can call her anything you want, except cunt. Maybe because I spent much of my childhood in France?

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    18. I prefer the Scottish nomenclature where cunt means male fool, braggart, douche bag, etc.

      My father used to throw the C Word at my mother and sister, so it developed a brassy taste in my mouth from a young age.

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    19. @nyokki … so what you’re saying is the French are ok w/being cunts? LMAO sorry, sorry

      Seriously though, in America that is far more offensive than being called a bitch (usually for just speaking one’s mind), it has the implication of not only being mean spirited, but of just being a THING, and yes, I can think of nothing that should piss a woman off more than that.

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    20. @Mack: No, no it’s not. I don’t care where it was “featured”. The shine is part of the give-away. Yes, there will be a shine to the ointment put on a fresh tattoo, but there would also be visible inflammation if it was fresh. Plus the fact that the shine is confined to the inked areas and stops at the borders of the “tattoo”. Some of the fade areas are too smooth to be accomplished with a tattoo needle, even by the best tattoo artists.
      It’s a falsie. A well done false tattoo, but still a falsie.

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    21. @Paul_Is_Drunk:
      I’m texan, dieAntagonista is the Austrian

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    22. I laughed! Same reason I laugh at cockpuncher and cuntpunter.

      Though I’m a female in America, I started hearing the word cunt from British websites, so I’m lackadaisical about it.

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    23. How could anything so warm and inviting… so lovely be cast as any way derogatory? People say “Cunt” like it’s a bad thing. A cunt is a place I would love to spend all of my free time. In it, gazing at it, having a chat with it. Some of the best years of my life were spent beside one.

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    24. @Paul_Is_Drunk:

      In case you meant me, yes indeed we do use the word Scheide in Austria. It does sound silly, like you said, it means sheath. But it’s not exactly offensive? And some even use English words here, like pussy.

      @Everyone else:

      Uh, I’m not offended by the word cunt. Anyone who knows me on here knows that I curse a lot. In English anyway.

      I said I don’t like the sound of it.

      And in case you didn’t notice that either, words are very important to me.

      Any amateur must have noticed the significance of words if they’re older than 20.

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    25. hell I was just wondering if this was on the back of that one cheerleader….
      And pussy is just more fun to say and play with than cunt.

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    26. I suppose the crossed femurs give it a bit of validation…

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    27. Perhaps anatomical references should be more playful
      like: Rowing the canoe into Tunatown πŸ™‚

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    28. @dieAntagonista: LOL don’t like the sound of the names? Oookkk… I think you have a lot of choices…. how ’bout poonani, Poontang/Poon, Coochie/cooter, snatch, Hooha, Vaj/Vajayjay…?

      @nyokki:
      Wat? Reclaiming it? I didn’t realize you guise had lost it… πŸ˜›

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    29. @Phyreblade:

      Haha what’s so unusual about not linking certain words because of their sound? I’m a poet. A writer. Choosing the right words at all times is what I’m required to do or else I am not authentic.
      Do you like or dislike the sound of certain songs? Of course you do. Same thing. Only bigger.

      And those are niiiice. I already said punany though :p
      Though I hate all of those pseudo modern names, like ‘vaj’ or vajayjay’. I mean come on . It won’t get any more ridiculous than that. Seriously. I would just laugh uncontrollably at anyone who would call it vajayjay while being serious about it.

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    30. @dieAntagonista: hehe… Don’t get me wrong, I don’t think there is anything unusual about not liking a word because of their sound. And for artists like yourself it does make a lot of sense. I just find it humorous. All of the various names for both male and female genitalia are a source of great humor to me. Just thought I’d see what others you might like/dislike… πŸ™‚

      I know some people consider some of them offensive, and I’ve never understood what the criteria is, but I’ve never really thought to blacklist any of them based solely on how they sound. But then again, I’m not the artistic type either.

      Though I will admit to a mental chuckle every time someone uses the word “Vajayjay” πŸ˜€

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    31. damn my code didn’t show (*nazigrammer*)

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    32. Jane: [Elaine is crying at Robin’s bedside, the nurse thinks her sniffles are relative to a cold, and tells her she could aggravate her daughter’s condition] It’s not a goddamn cold! Don’t be such a hoo-hoo.
      Nurse: [apathetic] And what’s a hoo-hoo?
      Elaine: [kindly] It’s a cunt, dear.
      [nurse gasps]
      Elaine: Now why don’t you leave us alone?

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