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By  whatafuckup  |  14

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  warsun  |  27

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  TheKingKen  |  22

It doesn't matter. If you're having a bad day, you don't drag people with you. Talk to your family and/or your friends about your problem like a civilized human being and not be a douche.

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  missyfiona89  |  26

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  HanBroman  |  20

I don't understand how a word like that can be offensive. If he called her fat or ugly then she could take it personally, but cunt is generally a comment on someone's personality or nature and he doesn't know anything about her so she can't take it personally

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  MrConcise  |  34

Maybe he was Australian. I get called cunt by my Aussie pal all the time, and apparently it's normal to call friends that over there. Either we're really close, or I'm really bad at reading social cues.

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  kuzzy00  |  22

That's the same as New Zealand. "Cunt" is for our best friends. If I said it to a stranger, it would be highly offensive. I interpreted this FML as OP saying it sarcastically. I reckon OP deserved it as there's more to this story than we are told.

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  HanBroman  |  20

It's not highly offensive. you can't take something a stranger says personally. I guess it could be a shock if you weren't used to hearing the word but as an Australian, I'd probably just laugh

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  Sandman366  |  6

I didn't care for people. Then I worked with them. Not sure how much worse my hate is for them...but they do confound me a lot. (Most of the people I get to talk to are mindbogglingly idiotic. "Is this vegetarian?" IT'S CHICKEN YOU IDIOT.)

By  Adam5858  |  17

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  zevo1415  |  10

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  jtthegr8  |  26

Actually it really isn't. The word has been acceptable since Shakespeare used it in his theater plays. Granted that it still is an insult, I agree with that.

By  MrDonSalvetti  |  27

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