Cori: We all have those moments when we lose our cool. Some handle it better than others. Many of us take to spouting off at the mouth when we're frustrated, but there are some instances where that's just not the most appropriate thing to do, like if there are kids around...or you're in church!
Example: My 6 year old daughter, Mary, decided to express her creativity...with a screw...on the side of my van. In that minute, there were definitely some choice words I wanted to say. What I said instead was much more PG.
J Stew: I have a fairly decent backlog of faux swear words. I used to work in open kitchens when I was younger, and sometimes you need to swear when you've gotten your fourth 3rd degree burn for the evening, or cut yourself. But since customers can hear you, you've gotta keep it chill.
My 2nd favorite word starting with F and ending with C & K, is fiddlesticks. I also enjoy swearing like an 1840's gold prospector. Things like gall-dang-it, or consarnet. Or sometimes a good old fashioned "feedeley-dee" is in order. But we've alllll been there before. But I gotta say, usually my mouth moves faster than my brain, so... trouble...
Jon E EalesCountry Kitchen ....
Sue Simard-PoliquinCheese and Rice .... got it ?
Diane Perdue Hartford Jesum crow
Bob HatchRotten C...ommunist!
Felicia Saucier Son of a biscuit eater
Roxane EspositoWhat the fudge
Sandra Lyn BOB SAGET!!! LOL, Suck my big left toe!!!
Melissa Avery Burns FARTKNOCKERS... for the lovely f word....SON OF A BEE- SNAPPER.**no idea why just came out one day and haven't stopped using it. I never swore till I was 21 and waitressed in a high stress restaurant... it was the goal of the kitchen crew to make me swear by the end of summer and they succeeded one hot stressful day in August... Been channeling my inner truck driver ever since.....
Rob Irwin One of mine is.... Son of a silly sap sucker, for son of a b - itch.... For the f -bomb.... A classic, Oh fudge..... For other words... What a nut ( as in peanut or walnut ) lover.
Sarah BrownFudgical sticks!!!
Hank Gielarowski My 3 yr old says Coconuts rather than curse. He stubs his toe, Coconuts!. Pretty funny.
Jeff Graves Son of a Biscuit
Jennifer RoyJiminy Cricket
Aisling Doucette Mother Trucker lol
Mary Klein DrouinFriggin, Sugar honey ice tea
Tim BouchardI don't sugar coat anything. Taught the kids the correct words and usage.
Tempal Marie Mailey My step-father uses “ You dog with fat ears.” He uses it for basically all “foul” language.We have laughed at it for over 30 yrs
Margaret Siemerling Shut the front door! Mother trucker! Jeezum crovers! Son of a biscuit! Son of a nutcracker!Cotton headed ninny muffiet!.....then sometimes I just go raw pirate. Not proud;)Tim Hawkins has a funny skit on just this topic on the utubes.
April RobshawFrickin!, Jesus take the wheel!, sunovabiscuit!, oh boy, oh goodness, what the eightch eeee double hockey sticks! P.I.A. FKN, "Like that was sucha P.I.A. I've had nuff for one F.K.N. day" my friends make fun of me when I start spelling... they know I'm flustered but won't swear infront of kids
Melanie Makin"Blast." It's utterly inoffensive with the added bonus of making me feel like a character in "Little Women."
Linda Boisvert ProvostOh FUDGEEE
Judy Andrews MichaudBill Murray's line in Ghostbusters...Mother pus bucket
Jason Jake Tarr Mother trucking slug in a ditch
Sarah DiecidueMother fletcher
Brittany Auclair cheese and rice is big in our house
Kelly GardnerThe Good Place has a wonderful alternative vocabulary. Mother forking shirt balls is a personal favorite!
Corinne Regan-BridgesI always say "Mother Hubbard" instead of, well you know!! 😉
Jenn Moore Sugar Muffins. Son of a beef stick.
One of our favorites:
Jennifer SmallMy father would get angry and say “Suffering Gods of War”. It’s kind of something we say now just because we always thought it was funny.
If you have any others, feel free to add to this list.