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DSM LANGUAGE ​ | Etymology of Swear Words: British Edition!

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June 6 2017

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knob • Subscribe for more voluntary swearing every week! British Phrases & Slang: Etymology of Swear Words: The Big Three: ★ More Smarter in Seconds? Click here! ★ More DSM Language? Click here! ★ Big thanks to Patrick C, Patrick F, Ismael, Arina & Tammy for your support on Patreon this month! You can find and support me here: ​ ★ Sources: Twat Vs. Browning - THE REAL ORIGINS OF T**T? | Susie Dent's Guide To Swearing - The Etymology of Curse Words by @laniar - The Origin of Piss-Poor - The Anatomy of Swearing - Whank in Google Books - Wank in Google Books - Where Does The Word "Wankers" Come From? - ★ Further Bloody Reading: Is A Pregnant Goldfish Called A Twit? - How We Swear On Twitter - The Most Popular Swear Words On Facebook - Which Country Swears The Most? - Every British Swear Word: Ranked - A Bloody History - The Origins and Common Usage of British Swear Words - ★ Validate My Existence Elsewhere! ★ Facebook: Twitter: Tumblr: Instagram: @darkstarnofilter Cut and Dry - Electronic Hard by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence ( Source: Artist:

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