Dirty Words: A Brief Exploration Of The Most Offensive And Suggestive Words In The English Language

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What do you get when you mix Latin, German, and French, along with a bunch of other linguistic tidbits (eww)…? You get the English language of course, one of the most impressively adaptive yet horrifyingly dirty languages in human history.

Please note that these words are able to reach their shocking levels of disgust by their phenomenal suggestiveness, while not actually crossing the line into being foul. Some might not seem dirty until you’ve actually witnessed someone drop one of these bad boys off their tongue in public, at which point you will probably throw up a little bit in your mouth (like when an old lady in Trader Joe’s describes how titillating the red wine is…). Without further ado, here are the most disgusting words in the English language. Please comment with more dirty words!

Sickest words in English:

angina pectoris
back-hoe
baste
bolus
buboe
bulge
burgle
burst
caress
caucus
cesspool
cleft
chafing (chafe)
chum
clog
cockamamie
cockpit
coitus
concoct
crampon
creamy
crevice
crusty
cul-de-sac
cumquat
custard
dangle
diarrhea
dipthong
discharge
dongle
dribble
drizzle
Dukakis
ejaculate
excretion
finger
flaccid
flagellate
flexible
foist
fondle
fundus
gaping
genitalia (along with all specific types of genitalia)
gesticulate
gyrate
hoist
invagination
jam
jiggling
juices
lambaste
limber
limp
loin
lube (lubricate)
luster
manhandle
masticate
matriculate
meat probe wipes
moist
nestle
oblong
ogle (ogling)
ointment
paginate
panties
penetrate
penile
pleasure
poke
pony
pop
poppycock
pouch
prematurely
probe
protrude
pulchritudinous
quiver
receptacle
regurgitate
rigid
rub
sack
saggy (sag, sagging)
saturated
scrofula
secretion (secrete)
shaved lunch meats
sloppy
smear
smegma
snorkel
soggy
spew
splurge
spoon
sprocket
squat (squat-thrust)
squirt
sticky
stroke
succulent
succumb
suck
suckle
supple
swallow (swallowed, swallowing)
swollen
taint (tainted)
taint-squat
taught
tender
tenderloin
throbbing
thrust
tidbits
tight
titillate (titillating)
tutelage
tubercle
undulate
vacillate
wet
whack

Dedicated to the Facebook group that originally inspired this list… moist!

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13 Comments on “Dirty Words: A Brief Exploration Of The Most Offensive And Suggestive Words In The English Language”  (RSS)

  • What about FUCK

  • DAMN AMERICANS AND YOUR STUPID STUFF

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  • i have worts on my anus and flaps

  • very dirty vile words you need to wash ya mouth out with clitty litteer and get vaginal herpes removed

  • the filthiest most disgusting word in the english language has to be crotch there is nothing about it that can be desired

  • I personally think that the dirtiest word of all time is an. This is because of its latin origination and the ability to put it into almost any form. IT IS JUST DIS-GUI-ST-ING

  • and of course the dirtiest of them all RAPE

  • Douche, willy, twat, anal, anis, gurgle, rag, period, cunt, rectum, buttons, rot (rotten, jizz, herpes,lather, weinier, willow, cum, gag, hummer, shlong, shlort, bone, boner, rank, stank, even bank,

  • fallacious

  • kumquat, breast, quench, pulsate, angina, vagina, uvula, quin, groan, drench, hemorrhoid, diphthong, groin, glandular, mammary, moil, penal, rogue, goiter, toiling, septic, tit, jalopy, sloth, jug

  • cockney, manc, brummie, yank, welsh

  • You forgot flange, womble and scouser.

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