I think part of the pleasure of wearing in English depends on what is your first language. Cela peut être drôle, décontracté. It was at that moment that I pulled the trigger several times, after which Amira fell down. All of them manifest that urge to pose oneself as a spectator to the crime at hand, with letters drafted with that internal fury for a need at expressing oneself, of stating a truth that has not been yielded yet, as if nothing has been said to the judicial authorities regarding the truth of crime: it all must be stated all over again, with that personal voice—and in writing.
I also reiterate what I had stated in previous interrogations. I wonder how many visited Fullerton?
Hope written above have some sense. It's a page user's guide to queer OC, with phone numbers and addresses for community, political and health organizations; bars; and gay-accepting churches. In england, I feel it is more the bloody, not fuck and pain in the neck instead of pain in the ass.
WOW Garance, such an interesting topic indeed for a Monday morning when one might be tempted to use all the above words first thing rolling out of bed : Can you tell I hate Mondays?!! As a 40 something female who has been known to swear with the best of them, I have been trying to cut the profanity out of my everyday language lately, on the request of my boyfriend.
Sexiste, vulgaire, vraiment choquant.