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Author: Mister Average

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1492298131

Category: Fiction

Page: 80

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Ever wondered what it would be like being an erotica writer? I am Mister Average - I'm not rich or famous, but I do make my living writing erotica for you. Join me for one day as I take you through my life as an erotica author, letting you in on my secret life as I work on my latest ebook. I hope what I get up to as I research my work doesn't shock you too much. Contains explicit adult content. ----------------------------------------------- The author is a prolific writer of short fiction - some of his recent reviews include... "This was well crafted to highlight the trials of boys growing up with raging hormones! The look into what might happen behind closed doors growing up male." ------------- My Erotica Out to Dry was, without a doubt, the most unique and hilarious collection of erotic short stories I have ever read in my life. ---------- This great little collection contains two stories, not just one, excellent value! Both stories are about women who have husbands and their cuckold fantasies, and the very hot fulfillment of those fantasies in action. Two very hot stories that get right to the action. I really enjoyed reading these from the perspective of the two women, very satisfying. ----------- Thank you soooo much for the very best laugh of my life! I will definitely be purchasing more of Mister Average's books!
2013-08 By Mister Average

He shouted. “Cunt cunt cunt!” the gang jeered. “After me... C is for cunt!” Malinski
chanted. “C is for... c... can't.” I said. A trickle of blood ran down from my right
eyebrow. “Spell it!” “Er... C... a... n... t?” “No that's 'can't' you cunt. You can't spell

Author: Robert Hart


ISBN: 9781409255932

Category: Fiction

Page: 254

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What happens when a boy starts asking questions? It's New Year's day, 1956, and as the low winter sun penetrates the dark corners of Eric Street, it sets fire to a boy's curiosity. "Until this day I'd lived unaware. I didn't live my life - it lived me. But I did know I was different from other kids. There was something secret about me and my family. That morning I became curious. That day I started asking questions." Charming, funny and sad, this novel is based on a true story. Tommy Angel is an orphan growing up with his grandparents, Rebecca and Daniel, in the East End of London in the Fifties. Tommy tries to make sense of the world around him but his questions arouse shameful memories, stir the family ghosts and open a box of dark family secrets. Gradually he uncovers the truth about his lost sisters, his real father and mother. The author, a distinguished educator, born in 1945, grew up in an extended Jewish family in the East End of London. This debut novel is based on his childhood.
2009-07 By Robert Hart

... of fresh bread and he said that's the way it has to be or pay or else, etc. etc, (
and see also same dictation in deletion of word in [David] Meltzer “Birth” article —
printer couldn't even say cunt, didn't know what cunt was, couldn't spell cunt, ...

Author: Lawrence Ferlinghetti

Publisher: City Lights Books

ISBN: 9780872866782

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 284

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One of the longest relationships between a publisher and a writer, documented in an intimate correspondence spanning their respective careers.

(The cunt must have caused wars long before the famous case of Helen.) ...
Sounded out, the initial letters of each word spell C-U-N-T. (There is a ... As the
French place idiocy in the vagina, so Yiddish-speakers tend to find it in the penis.

Author: Peter Silverton

Publisher: Portobello Books

ISBN: 9781846274527

Category: Humor

Page: 256

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When the Sex Pistols swore live on tea-time telly in 1976, there was outrage across Britain. Headlines screamed. Christians marched. TVs were kicked in. Thirty years on, all those words are media-mainstream - bandied about with impunity on TV and in the papers. This is the story of our bad language and its three-decade journey from the fringes of decency to the working centre of a more linguistically liberal nation. Silverton takes a clear, comprehensive and witty look at swearing and the impact of its new acceptability on our language, our manners and our society. He considers how we have become more openly emotional, yet more wary about insulting others. And how it's seemingly become alright to say **** and **** but not ****** or ****. This is the story of that cultural revolution, written by one who was there at the start, proudly striking some of the first blows in the long struggle for the right to reclaim filthy English and use it.
2011-11-03 By Peter Silverton

Males can also be Cunts, since all Humans are Female that might turn to males
given the Right Hormones, or the other way around, so Cunt can just refer to
Genitals in General, so Spells can be confusing, especially if you are in Prison
and ...

Author: Jeffrey Flesher


ISBN: 9780359437900



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... otherwise she would be shot as " She is a cant ( cunt ) , liar , divil ( devil ) ,
confounded hypocrite , silly blasted bloody fool ” - a letter written by someone
apparently unable to spell ' cunt ' or ' devil ' but able to spell ' confounded
hypocrite .

Author: Gordon Weaver

Publisher: Pegasus Elliot Mackenzie Pu

ISBN: 1843862417

Category: Criminal justice, Administration of

Page: 371

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Provides a detailed account of what became one of the great miscarriages of justice of the 20th century, the arrest, trial and conviction of George Edalji - a South Staffordshire solicitor sentenced to 7 years penal servitude for maiming a horse in 1903. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle became an interested party after hearing about the case and his investigations were carried out in the manner of his great fictional detective Sherlock Holmes.
2006 By Gordon Weaver

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Author: Imagine Avalon


ISBN: 168613889X


Page: 122

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2019-08-13 By Imagine Avalon

And a fellow that spells cunt with a ' k'ain't got no business in the Congress of the
United States . ” The same idea appears in at least two different limericks (
Legman 1968 : 154 ; 1970 : # 914 and # 1379 ) . One of these attributes the
wrong ...



ISBN: IND:30000104073436

Category: Folklore


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1985 By

just way to spell the word, ye contention running high betwixt ye learned Bacon
and ye ingenious Jonson, until at last ye ... I had gained my fourteenth year I had
learnt that them that would explore a cunt stop'd not to consider the spelling o't.

Author: Mark Twain

Publisher: Library of Alexandria

ISBN: 9781613100585


Page: 16

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1900 By Mark Twain

Because you can't hide that Babylonian cunt from me now! You got old, cold
Babylonian spells around it, V.G. I can smell them spells. But for once, I am going
to burn on through and reach your witchy, frozen heart. (Yelps like a wild dog)
Are ...

Author: Jascha Kessler

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781462801404

Category: Fiction

Page: 469

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Jascha Kessler has published 7 books of his poetry and fiction as well as 6 volumes of translations of poetry and fiction from Hungarian, Persian and Bulgarian, several of which have won major prizes. He served as Arts Commissioner for the City of Santa M
2000-02-28 By Jascha Kessler

The trick of spelling out the wordfuck is not new. When the singer Britney Spears
released a single called “IfYou Seek Amy,” with the song title spelling out “
F-U-C-K me,” in 2009, ... Tell him from me,” thus managing to spell out cunt as

Author: Jesse Sheidlower

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199751552

Category: Reference

Page: 320

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We all know what frak, popularized by television's cult hit Battlestar Galactica, really means. But what about feck? Or ferkin? Or foul--as in FUBAR, or "Fouled Up Beyond All Recognition"? In a thoroughly updated edition of The F-Word, Jesse Sheidlower offers a rich, revealing look at the f-bomb and its illimitable uses. Since the fifteenth century, no other word has been adapted, interpreted, euphemized, censored, and shouted with as much ardor or force; imagine Dick Cheney telling Democratic Senator Patrick Leahy to "go damn himself" on the Senate floor--it doesn't have quite the same impact as what was really said. Sheidlower cites this and other notorious examples throughout history, from the satiric sixteenth-century poetry of James Cranstoun to the bawdy parodies of Lord Rochester in the seventeenth century, to more recent uses by Ernest Hemingway, Jack Kerouac, Ann Sexton, Norman Mailer, Liz Phair, Anthony Bourdain, Junot Diaz, Jenna Jameson, Amy Winehouse, Jon Stewart, and Bono (whose use of the word at the Grammys nearly got him fined by the FCC). Collectively, these references and the more than one hundred new entries they illustrate double the size of The F-Word since its previous edition. Thousands of added quotations come from newly available electronic databases and the resources of the OED, expanding the range of quotations to cover British, Canadian, Australian, New Zealand, Irish, and South African uses in addition to American ones. Thus we learn why a fugly must hone his or her sense of humor, why Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau muttered "fuddle duddle" in the Commons, and why Fanny Adams is so sweet. A fascinating introductory essay explores the word's history, reputation, and changing popularity over time. and a new Foreword by comedian, actor, and author Lewis Black offers readers a smart and entertaining take on the book and its subject matter. Oxford dictionaries have won renown for their expansive, historical approach to words and their etymologies. The F-Word offers all that and more in an entertaining and informative look at a word that, while now largely accepted as an integral part of the English language, still confounds, provokes, and scandalizes.
2009-09-04 By Jesse Sheidlower

... title is very daring – if you take the sound of the first two words and the initials of
the last two , it does spell CUNT , but so what ? ... No , it may be worth watching O
' Hanlon , who plays the foolish twat with an amusing sincerity and some great ...



ISBN: STANFORD:36105114609238

Category: Theater


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2003 By

Before I had gained my fourteenth year I had learnt that them that would explore
a cunt stop'd not to consider the spelling o't. Sr W.—In sooth, when a shift's turned
up, delay is meet for naught but dalliance. Boccaccio hath a story of a priest that ...

Author: Mark Twain

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1440673896

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 448

View: 914

These short fiction and prose pieces display the variety of Twain's imaginative invention, his diverse talents, and his extraordinary emotional range. Twain was a master of virtually every prose genre; in fables and stories, speeches and essays, he skilfully adapted, extended or satirized literary conventions, guided only by his unruly imagination. From the comic wit that sparkles in maxims from 'Pudd'nhead Wilson's Calendar,' to the parodic perfection of 'An Awful - Terrible Medieval Romance,' to the satirical delights of The Innocents Abroad and Roughing It; from the warm nostalgia of 'Early Days' to the bitter, brooding tone of 'The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg' to the anti-imperial vehemence of 'To the Person Sitting in the Darkness' and the poignant grief expressed in 'Death of Jean', Twain emerges in this volume in many guises, all touched by genius. For more than seventy years, Penguin has been the leading publisher of classic literature in the English-speaking world. With more than 1,700 titles, Penguin Classics represents a global bookshelf of the best works throughout history and across genres and disciplines. Readers trust the series to provide authoritative texts enhanced by introductions and notes by distinguished scholars and contemporary authors, as well as up-to-date translations by award-winning translators. From the Trade Paperback edition.
1994-09-01 By Mark Twain

Your cunt . " My eyes slide out of focus , I am ready for eventual disaster . " You '
re wired up . You have a squeamish ... 150 ) knows how to spell Bellevue
because it was printed on the sheets she slept in ; see List of Unfortunate
Disasters # 12 ...

Author: L. A. Ruocco


ISBN: STANFORD:36105021646372

Category: Fiction

Page: 241

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An exploding plastic narrative expands into lexicon and contracts back again. Like Ambrose Bierce Devil's Dictionary, L.A Ruocco establishes an onomasticon, hard at work in the fields of consumerism, language and dread.
1998 By L. A. Ruocco

What does c-u-n-t spell?” Shock stopped her in her tracks, had her mouth
hanging open as she whipped her head around to stare at his face. His eyes
were squinted up as they were when he was trying to figure something out. She
followed ...

Author: Nora Roberts

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101146559

Category: Fiction

Page: 512

View: 255

From beloved author Nora Roberts comes the #1 New York Times bestseller about shattering loss and shocking discovery—set in a small town nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains… When five-thousand-year-old human bones are found at a construction site in the small town of Woodsboro, the news draws archaeologist Callie Dunbrook out of her sabbatical and into a whirlwind of adventure, danger, and romance. While overseeing the dig, she must try to make sense of a cloud of death and misfortune that hangs over the project—fueling rumors that the site is cursed. She must cope with the presence of her irritating—but irresistible—ex-husband, Jake. And when a stranger claims to know a secret about her privileged Boston childhood, she must question her own past as well...
2004-03-30 By Nora Roberts

Cunt ” , sir ? ' Barry , deadpan , began to spell it . ' Yes , “ cunt ” . C . . . U . . . ? The
salesman ' s eyebrow shot up as he interrupted , his politeness fraying at the
edges . ' I do know how to spell it , thank you , sir . Opening night came , 1 May ...

Author: James Inverne

Publisher: Sanctuary Pub Limited

ISBN: UOM:39015058203376

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 222

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A profile of the acclaimed songwriter and lyricist describes his hardscrabble East End origins, achievements on Broadway, numerous awards, relationships with such individuals as Michael Jackson and Andrew Lloyd Webber, and acclaim for such works as "Born Free," "Bombay Dreams," and three James Bond title songs.
2003 By James Inverne

This cunt'll never get a promotion. You have to spell things oot tae him. – Ah'm no
saying ... The fuckin evil little albino twat has the good grace tae leave twenty
minutes later, after we've had our scran, and without any flooirs. – Never
reckoned ...

Author: Irvine Welsh

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 9780393350982

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

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With the Christmas season upon him, Detective Sergeant Bruce Robertson of Edinburgh's finest is gearing up socially—kicking things off with a week of sex and drugs in Amsterdam. There are some sizable flies in the ointment, though: a missing wife and child, a nagging cocaine habit, some painful below-the-belt eczema, and a string of demanding extramarital affairs. The last thing Robertson needs is a messy, racially fraught murder, even if it means overtime—and the opportunity to clinch the promotion he craves. Then there's that nutritionally demanding (and psychologically acute) intestinal parasite in his gut. Yes, things are going badly for this utterly corrupt tribune of the law, but in an Irvine Welsh novel nothing is ever so bad that it can't get a whole lot worse. . . .In Bruce Robertson Welsh has created one of the most compellingly misanthropic characters in contemporary fiction, in a dark and disturbing and often scabrously funny novel about the abuse of everything and everybody. "Welsh writes with a skill, wit and compassion that amounts to genius. He is the best thing that has happened to British writing in decades."—Sunday Times [London] "[O]ne of the most significant writers in Britain. He writes with style, imagination, wit, and force, and in a voice which those alienated by much current fiction clearly want to hear."—Times Literary Supplement "Welsh writes with such vile, relentless intensity that he makes Louis-Ferdinand Céline, the French master of defilement, look like Little Miss Muffet. "—Courtney Weaver, The New York Times Book Review "The corrupt Edinburgh cop-antihero of Irvine Welsh's best novel since Trainspotting is an addictive personality in another sense: so appallingly powerful is his character that it's hard to put the book down....[T]he rapid-fire rhythm and pungent dialect of the dialogue carry the reader relentlessly toward the literally filthy denouement. "—Village Voice Literary Supplement, "Our 25 Favorite Books of 1998" "Welsh excels at making his trash-spewing bluecoat peculiarly funny and vulnerable—and you will never think of the words 'Dame Judi Dench' in the same way ever again. [Grade:] A-. "—Charles Winecoff, Entertainment Weekly
1998-09-17 By Irvine Welsh

different from those he heard about him . He had put considerable study on this
chapter and the names as well as the uncomprehending if he had spoken of the
vulva , the phallus , or the scrotum . “ How do you spell cunt ? ” Jamie asked .

Author: John Nairne Michaelson (pseud.)


ISBN: STANFORD:36105047926055


Page: 188

View: 391


There wasn't one of them that wasn't an out-and-out cunt. The men and women,
they were all the same, cunts. Cunts. I hated them. The night ... He'll spell his
name and say something smart about it, wait and see. -W.A.T.E.R.S. You are 1.6
but ...

Author: Roddy Doyle

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781440674341

Category: Fiction

Page: 240

View: 758

From the Booker Prize-winning author of Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha, the heartrending story of a brave and tenacious housewife Look for Roddy Doyle’s new novel, Smile, coming in October of 2017 Paula Spencer is a thirty-nine-year-old working-class woman struggling to reclaim her dignity after marriage to an abusive husband and a worsening drinking problem. Paula recalls her contented childhood, the audacity she learned as a teenager, the exhilaration of her romance with Charlo, and the marriage to him that left her feeling powerless. Capturing both her vulnerability and her strength, Roddy Doyle gives Paula a voice that is real and unforgettable.
1997-01-01 By Roddy Doyle

... fucking great dollop of Daddy ' s estate behind me , of course it would be
different . A dozen willing hands would lift me up by both cheeks of my arse and
set me down softly in the first empty seat they could find – even if I couldn ' t spell
cunt .

Author: Simon Raven


ISBN: STANFORD:36105016395472

Category: England

Page: 238

View: 406

1966 By Simon Raven

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