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Top Ten Times In History When Using The 'f' Word Was 
					appropriate Post by :PaleHorse Category :Funny Stories Author :Unknown Date :April 2012 Read :2374

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Top Ten Times In History When Using The 'f' Word Was appropriate

10th 'Scattered ****ing showers my ass!'
- Noah 4314BC

9th 'How the **** did you work that out?'
- Pythagoras 126BC

8th 'You want WHAT on the ****ing ceiling?'
- Michelangelo 1566

7th 'Where did all those ***ing Indians come from?'
- Custer 1877

6th 'It does so ****ing look like her!'
- Picasso 1826

5th ' Where the **** are we?'
- Amelia Earhart 1937

4th 'Any ****ing idiot could understand that
- Einstein 1938

3rd 'What the **** was that?'
- Mayor of Hiroshima 1945

2nd 'I need this parade like I need a ****ing hole in the
head!'
- JFK 1963

And .... drum roll ....

The number 1 most appropriate time for using the 'F' word is..........

'Aw c'mon. Who the **** is going to find out?'
- Bill Clinton 1997

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