By properpissed - United States - San Francisco
Today, I was talking to one of my British friends online, and he told me to say "yew anchors" a few times really fast. I'm a fairly stupid person, and wasn't very focused, so I did as he said. When I finally figured what the words meant, my dad had heard and grounded me for cursing. FML
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  SimplyEcks  |  15

Reminds me of some of Bart Simpsons' prank calls to moe the bartender.

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Love those prank calls haha

But on topic, if you try to explain how your friend asked you to say it fast your dad might understand it was unintentional.

  \  |  28

All that truly ran through my head hearing this was "GET ON THE POINT, WANKA!"

  GreatGeak  |  8

Ok so I figured it out, but I didn't think that was an American curse word as well...I'm surprised OP's father considered it cursing. I mean, that's like me saying "bloody person", it doesn't mean as much in the U.S.

  8313girl  |  28

Yeah I agree. The only way I see it being a big deal is if OP and her family are also British. I just can't see any American really getting upset about the word wanker.