British drivers swearing

h/t DR

  • G

    Blimey! that was fokin funny! I jest about pissed me fokin pants!

  • Maggat

    It’s cause they drive on the wrong side of the foking road.

  • Dana Garcia

    If you can’t use colorful, expressive language when you’re driving, where the hell can you swear?

    • I see myself in that clip over and over;)

      • Dana Garcia

        Car-swearing prevents actual road rage violence with guns and such, I figure.

  • ntt1

    the Anglo-Saxons own really descriptive imaginative swearing. the french are left with a few vaguely rude comments on ancestry or the Bible. not even close. Australians come close with hilarious descriptive terms that we can only guess the meaning of but once again they build on a solid Anglo-Saxon base.

    • G

      Aussies are the kings of foul language. Maybe it’s a course in elementary school or something.

      Like the movie “Stripes” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iINyyfDf_xE

      • ntt1

        I think its because we are all descended from an incredibly common mother…

    • Alain

      No, that would be French Canadians. The French have far more descriptive imaginative swearing than most others including Anglo-Saxons.

      • ntt1

        well the nasally joual honk is pretty amusing on its own…

        • Justin St.Denis

          As irritating as Toronto’s harsh nasal twang?

          • ntt1

            Agreed that is why i keep the granite massives of the Rockies as insulation, we can always spot the torontonian at YVR the shoe gummies squeak on the terrazzo as they navigate the temple extolling first nations conquest of the white man.

  • tom_billesley

    The Germans have produced the video of sex ed for migrants, so it’s up to the British to do the driver’s ed. It’s got a full range of British regional accents. If it weren’t for tinted windows there’d be a lot more racist and sexist words.

  • AlanUK

    I worked at a brewery in London during one of my vacations from Uni. There was a man who used one particular swearword alternately with those more commonly seen in the Oxford English Dictionary.
    OED **** OED **** OED **** OED **** OED**** OED **** OED **** etc. etc. etc.
    All day. Every day. Ad Nauseum.
    It became rather tiresome.

    Her Majesty would not have been amused.

    • tom_billesley

      There’s a point where it’s no longer invective and just punctuation.

  • Spatchcocked

    I carry large pebbles for tailgaters….on my donor cycles that is……
    The ones that give me grief ahead of me get to listen to me as I pull up beside them and vent.
    You stupid F”””ing C””T from 2 feet away at full volume…..I feel better afterwards…..much better.

  • Spatchcocked

    What I meant to say is that phrase is basically it….no other states the essence of thought better………remember now at full volume…like a madman.

  • canminuteman

    Granted it’s been twenty years since I was living there, but I found it a rather civilized place to drive. Given that there are 60 million people jammed into an area the size of southern Ontario the traffic move well. and I really like the fact that they only have traffic lights if they absolutely need them. I can’t drive a mile from my house in any direction without spending ten minutes stopped at pointless traffic lights.

  • Brett_McS

    I have driven those narrow, hedged roads in the UK. It’s actually safer at night because you can see the headlights coming.

  • simus1

    The Japanese ruined everything when they brought their trouble free cars into Blimey. In the old days Brits could quietly mediate as they attempted to get their shit box vehicles back on the road every few weeks while taking pride in clearing multiple faults in materials and workmanship on their own. Now they are overstimulated by too much time on the motorways and local roads with no need for extended periods in the driveways at home to sort things out.

    • ntt1

      thats a really good point, we all have British cars in our backgrounds….dad always said a British sports car built character.. except for lord Lucas of course

      • Maggat

        Lucas, the prince of darkness.

        • ntt1

          had three alternator regulators fail right out of the box and by some immense jest of god,always on the northern approach s to the lions gate bridge …raining of course. he was an awful man.god rot his soul

          • Maggat

            When I found out that Lucas was going to carry out the overhaul of our fuel control units I about had a bird. Voltage regulators are one thing, but the FCU of a helicopter turbine engine is another. With my Lucas experiences, that of others and a few engine failures we fortunately got that rescinded. Lucas – the Prince of Darkness.

    • Maggat

      I’d like to say that Brit cars built character, if one considers going crazy trying to keep the damn things running is character. I had three of them, two Austins and a Hillman. Sure kept me busy, never again, you couldn’t give me one.

      • ntt1

        my last one was an Austin Marina… I think the plan was to just roll down the windows pass through a stout chain and use the entire misbegotten car as a boat anchor.

  • Spatchcocked

    Well actually I have a few more arrows in my quiver….I often use ” you dirty rotten coc”su””King whore”..”.you stinking pus filled twat”..

  • Spatchcocked

    Anyone scares the spunk out of spatchcocked gets the treatment…”why you jizz faced fu””ing cockroach….where’d you get your drivers license fucking Hong fucking Kong you slit eyed fucking zipperhead.”
    Jesus it feels good.

  • k1962

    Maybe he should take a stab at anger management classes.

  • This is also happening in Spain.

    I see many times.

  • Dingo

    I actually watched the whole clip and somehow identified with some drivers. Very therapeutic

  • Justin St.Denis

    That was….Gestalt-y, I guess. Very primal and utterly satisfying. Rather like a really big order of fabulous fish’n’chips…