His Dudeness

September 27th, 2017 at 11:03 AM ^


I love profanity and I talk an amazing amount of shit.

Call me what you will, but I try to steer away from using homosexual sex acts as a put down.

 I mean hopefully nobody can take offense to calling someone and asshole or a dick, but pussy cocksucker, etc. just gets you into trouble in my experience. I do appreciate you taking the time to genuinely read this and take it to use. I love comedy as an art form. If we can't use profanity I'm fucked.


September 27th, 2017 at 11:17 AM ^

I think this might be a "grew up in the 70s" thing, but I don't consider "cocksucker" an anti-homosexual slur. But I do steer clear of using the "gay" slur, even though there to, it was just a thing we called each other without much deeper meaning. I think I called other kids "gay" before I knew what it was to be gay.

COME ON PEOPLE, don't downvote him. I admit cocksucker was a bit strong. I just hate Pitino and his ilk... 


September 27th, 2017 at 3:38 PM ^

Not to drift too far into this tanget, but 'cocks-cker' as a pejorative doesn't really sit well with me, either.  Even disregarding the fact that it can *very* easily be construed as to be demeaning to women and gay men, it doesn't even make sense.  For us guys, I'd think we'd prefer our significant others to indulge in that act from time to time so it's not really a great look to debase such altruism. 

It's also worth noting that there isn't a similar pejorative term that refers to the performance of reciprocal acts upon women and if there is, it's not one that exactly... rolls off the tongue.