Why are 'flaming', 'bleeding' and 'bloody' considered rude in the U.K., New Zealand and Australia, when used out of their literal contexts?
I've heard they've all got religious origins, but what are they, please, and how rude are they all, in order, from the mildest of the three, moving up to the rudest of the three?
- 1 month agoFavorite Answer
They may have been considered rude back in grandma's day but not nowadays.
- babyboomer1001Lv 71 month ago
They are not considered rude at all. They are just expressions. Every language has them.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Wait so why is your name "el cabron" with that weird apostrophe thing over the o?