Learn how and when to remove this template message The modern usage and flexibility of fuck was established by the mid-to-late 19th century, and has been fairly stable since. For example, "Fuck that! By itself, fuck is usually used as an exclamation, indicating surprise, pain, fear, disgust, disappointment, anger, or a sense of extreme elation. In this usage, there is no connection to the sexual meaning of the word implied, and is used purely for its "strength" as a vulgarity. Additionally, other uses are similarly vacuous; fuck or variations such as the fuck or fucking could be removed and leave a sentence of identical syntactical meaning. For example, rap music often uses the word fucking as an emphatic adjective "I'm the fucking man" for the word's rhythmic properties.
C: Surprise It is a surprise to me that people can even think that way, can lie so much even to themselves, can take pleasure from causing others pain, can actually be proud of themselves for being a total arsehole D: Disappointment It disappoints me that even now you cannot tell the truth; that you can forget so much so easily; that it was all a lie, all just a game to you E: Hurt Guess what? To be lied to and used by someone that you have given yourself to is more hurt than anyone should have to feel F: Anger I am angry at myself for being a tool; I sometimes feel anger towards Tracey for being a bogan G: Ironically Everything I do even now, benefits you in your little game and hurts me even more. Every chance I give you just allows you to tell more lies; I am sick of Tracey time. I will talk to him, the truth will by known one way or the other. This is between us three; if he will not speak to me, I will speak to others. I have given more than enough opportunities for the truth to be told. This cannot continue.