Nope..not a curse word. Comes close to fuggly, which is like the same as F-in ugly.
Yes I consider it to be
No, it's the word you use to indicate a curse word with out actually saying the word.
Similar to be-otch, dang, etc.
Well if you say it to cover up for a bad word then yeah. Its sounds alot like the BAD WORD!http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/f...
okayyyyy.thats weird and no its not...ur thinking of ****...
but fugly is
nope but it sounds like it so dont say it okay?okay!
no fug is not a word
F u * k is a swear word not a curse.
Substitute for the slang, obscene "f--k". So, yes it is a "cuss" word.
no not fug... but ***
I don't believe it is. I don't think it's a word at all. It's used to replace a curse word, though.
Since all curse words are just invented words, if you think about it, YES, you've got yourself a newly invented curse word. Congrats and go fug yourself!! :-)
no its not
Naw, it's one of those words that is MEANT to sound like a cuss word but isn't. Like shisit.
no, but only in the sense that TV or Radio censors would let it go un-censored.
Fug is like "Fudge" or "Frick". It's a substitutes for the "F Word", so if you consider substitutes to be poor profanity cover-ups then yes, if not, no.
fug?? gee, thats a new one; never heard of it before; no i dont think so.
Dee Dee Dee... thats all I have to say about that question...
FUG ISNT FAGG IS
no it's not a curse unless you wanted it..hahaha! if it is.
It really isn't a real word, as you and your cousin well know. You are using it in place of a true curse word.
I suppose if you stress the "g" ending instead of the "ck" it would be OK, but people will know you're trying to cleverly get away with cursing; so they might still perceive you both as vulgar.
Try "darn it" instead!!
Yes according to this website it is. They'll give you all the meaning and definitions here. Fug is short for fugly or F****** ugly! Need I say more.
No, not in all cases. It's often is a way to say f**k, but the definition I found (#12 in the Google dictionary), means 'that mist that clings to shiny surfaces when moisture (or breath) hits them...like in the shower, or a tent in the rain...'
Or in that Harry Potter book when JK Rowling uses it to describe a character's breath misting on the train window while they sleep... Righto, say what?!
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