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Jim Carroll Foul-mouthed Folkies (119* d) RE: Foul-mouthed Folkies 03 Jun 20


"Foul language is the prerogative of   a Bird Brain, Dick Miles 2020"
Wouldn't say you were a bird-brain Dick, but I don't agree with you
You do realise ou are saying the opposite of Shaw, don't you
Paul Reade hits te nail square on the head - gratuitous swearing is useful words being wasted by being used badly

Some vintage 'filth' from THE master of the art, John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester - well worth digging out to see how 'bad language' can be used to cover every subject, including politics

From 'The Mock Song [1680]

Were all my body larded o'r
With das of love so thick,
That you might find in every pore
A well-stuck standing prick,
Whilst yet my eyes alone were free,
My heart would never doubt.
In amorous rage and ecstasy, *
To wish those eyes, to wish those eyes fucked out.”

On Cary Frazier" [?1677]
Cary Frazier, Maid of Honor to Queen Catherine and a celebrated beauty of the Court of Charles II, was the daughter of Sir Alexander Frazier, the King’s principal physician. Her mother was one of the Queen’s Dressers.

Her father gave her dildoes six
Her mother made ’em up a score
But she loves nought but living pricks,
And swears by God she’ll frig no more.

On 'Mrs. Willis (Sept 1680 [Uncertain]

Against the charms our ballocks have
How weak all human skill is,
Since they can make a man a slave
To such a bitch as Willis

Jim


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