2016年1月14日 星期四

Super F**k

The Taiwanese Ministry of Education, looking for ways to make the English used in Taiwanese English textbooks more like Hollywood movies, has recently allowed the use of profanity in elementary-level English textbooks.  In response, Kang Shuan Publishing has released "Super F**k," a textbook series which uses all the bad words that kids know and love.

The following is a conversation taken from the Super F**k textbook, level 3.


What a F**king Day!

F**k: Where's my f**king book?  Is it on the f**king bed?

Lisa: No.  It's not on the f**king bed.

F**k: Is it on the f**king chair?

Lisa: Yes.  It's on the f**king chair.

F**k: Where's my f**king pencil?  Is it on the f**king char?

Lisa: Yes, it is.  It's on the f**king chair.

F**k: Is that your book bag, f**ker?

Lisa: Yes, it's my f**king book bag.

F**k: Is that your eraser, f**ker?

Lisa: No, it's not my f**king eraser.  It's Tom's f**king eraser.

F**k: Are you happy?

Lisa: F**k yes I am.

F**k: Are you sad?

Lisa: F**k no I'm not.

F**k:  Great.  Are you at home, f**ker?

Lisa: Yes, I am, with your mother.  She's ******** ** **** while she ***** your father ** *** *** with a broomstick.

F**k: Cool!

Lisa: OK, goodbye.

F**k: Goodbye.  Have a good day!

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