Words matter. These are the best Swearing Quotes from famous people such as Andrea Pirlo, Tyson Fury, Mary Lambert, Suresh Gopi, Shanna Moakler, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Swearing’s my release. It’s the one weapon I have to defend myself against destiny when it elects to strike without pity.
I’ve had hundreds of challenges at Traveller gatherings. They get a few beers in them, and they start thinking they are Tyson or Ali: throwing punches, swearing, and jumping around with their big fat bellies. I’d love to knock a few of them out.
To be honest, I used to hate shopping. I rarely left a store without crying, cursing my body, and swearing under my breath at the fashion industry.
Modi invite me for his swearing in ceremony and I did attend it.
I lived with a 60-year-old chaperone, and drinking, swearing and smoking were absolutely forbidden – even in the house.
Holding office often requires swearing an oath to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic. Running for office should include accepting responsibility for this, too, so that our democratic republic’s underpinnings can remain strong for generations to come.
I had just screen-tested with the director for another prince for a Disney project. I won’t say which one, but I’d kind of been through the process with that – and I was so gutted that it didn’t work out. I said to my agent, I’m swearing off princes for a little bit.’
Everyone assumes I’ve become this nice person overnight since joining the ‘X Factor,’ and before that, I was an aggressive, violent chav that just goes around attacking people and swearing every five minutes. It’s just brought to the fore certain qualities that were always there.
But say some, would you expose woman to the contact of rough, rude, drinking, swearing, fighting men at the ballot box? What a humiliating confession lies in this plea for keeping woman in the background!
Let us consider that swearing is a sin of all others peculiarly clamorous, and provocative of Divine judgment.
Every time you come to Glasgow, it is going to be tough because the crowd don’t like me. When they are swearing at you and booing, it’s hard.
I don’t like swearing on the air. As a matter of fact, I’m not a prude, but… I watch HBO and some of the comedy stuff, and I’m constantly asking myself, ‘Why have we gone there?’ It seems like it’s unfortunate. It’s so cheap. It’s so easy.
I’d rather get a good clean laugh with good material, than an easy laugh by swearing or shocking. That’s not clever or comedic, anybody can get a laugh that way, it’s too easy.
I feel I haven’t quite settled in Mumbai. One, it is a cultural shock for me and two, I feel no one really has the time for others in Mumbai. For instance, if you need them, they wouldn’t be there despite swearing allegiance to you.
If men are wont to play with swearing anywhere, can we expect they should be serious and strict therein at the bar or in the church.
There are ways of swearing that express all of your love and emotions.
People ask ‘do you make a conscious effort not to swear?’ – if you’re doing silly stuff you’re not tempted to put swearing in. All the comics from my childhood, who were funny without swearing, were the people that influenced me. What I do is quite traditional anyway.
I dread to be compared to all these directors who have a lot of spontaneous emoting and swearing in their films – that is death; it’s a cul-de-sac. It doesn’t lift the material at all. It’s just a cliched reproduction of what we think is normal behaviour.
There are some great video clips of me swearing, screaming at players, but I was also the biggest cheerleader in the league.
I briefly considered doing Edgar Allan Poe and just swearing a lot.
There are times over different projects when I’ve asked the writers why people are swearing for no good reason. I tell them that it would be funnier if there weren’t these swear words.
This is what I know for a fact. I know that every guy playing in the league, they have someone out there that loves them swearing up and down that they shouldn’t be out there.
Must swear off from swearing. Bad habit.
If I’m cussing at you, swearing at you, calling you demeaning names, are you really thinking about that last play? Am I really helping you get better? Or am I just making myself feel good by demeaning you? I’ve really never understood it.
My mom was really good at swearing growing up.
The foolish and wicked practice of profane cursing and swearing is a vice so mean and low that every person of sense and character detests and despises it.
Tony Hale is a devout Christian and is a complete retard when it comes to swearing. The script called for him to swear for about 30 seconds and he just couldn’t do it.
In any other context, ‘icing’ is a great and exciting word: The proverbial icing on the cake, for instance, is a bonus – a wonderful thing on top of another wonderful thing. But in hockey, icing merely results in the referee’s raising his right hand, as if swearing an oath to the deity of downtime.
When I voted against the cap-and-trade bill, the phone rang and it was the chief of staff of the president of the United States of America, Rahm Emanuel, and he started swearing at me in terms and words that I hadn’t heard since that crossing the line ceremony on the USS New Jersey in 1983.
But there’s something delightfully old-school about sitting in the BBC – obviously wearing a bow tie and monocle – with a co-presenter who forgets there’s a webcam in there. It’s also nice to hear from the general public when they’re not swearing at you or asking to extend their credit limit.
I don’t think that swearing or gratuitous violence or sex make a show better. I just think there are natural rhythms to a human being in these situations, and what happens in these situations that cable allows is a natural reaction.
I don’t think people should be able to swear whenever they want. I just don’t want the federal government making laws about swearing. We should trust people’s own instincts about what is appropriate in any given situation.
Everything has gotten vulgar and out of line for children to watch. It’s more of a swearing match.
The idea that my mother would go around swearing after a personal setback is ridiculous.
I just get annoyed at myself. A lot of swearing goes on generally when I am driving.
The thing about sport, any sport, is that swearing is very much part of it.
My first outdoor cooking memories are full of erratic British summers, Dad swearing at a barbecue that he couldn’t put together, and eventually eating charred sausages, feeling brilliant.
The first NWA album is the first rap album I heard with swearing.
I find a lot of swearing in films. And I guess that shows my age. But I also feel that where they say those words, they could just as easily have written other words.
In fact, I spent 25 years as a reporter, swearing I would never become an editor. Sitting at a desk, watching other people go out and find the story, and then fussing with other people’s words – I just didn’t get the appeal of that.
I simply do not think that yelling, swearing, threatening or belittling will get you to the place you want to be faster than kindness, understanding, patience and a little willingness to compromise.
I’ve always produced content that is PG – free from profanities and swearing – because I know I have a bunch of young kids who watch it. I meet mums all the time, and they’re always very grateful because they know their child is watching and I’m not going to be influencing them negatively. Big up the mums, man.
Hollywood producers aren’t going to say, ‘Get me that swearing, grey-haired, headless chicken. We need him for our new ‘High School Musical’ movie!’
I’m not OK with clergy, students, and those of different opinions chanting and swearing, but it is their constitutional right.
Writers used to make such wonderful pictures without all that swearing, all that cursing. And now it seems that you can’t say three words without cursing. And I don’t think that’s right.
I was brought up in the Boys’ Brigade and grew up not swearing. It’s so lovely to behave decently, civilly.
Unlike others who have been caught swearing on camera, I apologised immediately. And yet I am the only person banned for swearing. That doesn’t seem right.
The thing that got me to change was when my kids would come and tell me I was swearing on TV, so I knew I wanted to make a change.
I can’t wait to work with Peter Capaldi as the next ‘Doctor.’ I know him from old; he’s such a lovely man and will be brilliant in the role. As long as he tones down the Malcolm Tucker swearing.
It doesn’t excite me as a writer to write some swearing or sex scenes, because they don’t have any emotional content.