If you need to release some tension but don’t want to curse, try shouting “sacapuntas!” This Spanish word for “pencil sharpener” falls into a colorful line of curses that aren’t actually curses. For plenty of others, turn to Michelle Witte’s book The Craptastic Guide to Pseudo-Swearing. This is part of a complete episode.

  1. Shelterdogg says:

    My high school drama teacher was always concerned about swear words in the plays he produced and directed at the school, so he would come up with fake expletives for us to use instead. My favorite was “Sodoba Kamachi.” Say it fast, loud, and angry. Turns out it was the title of a classic Japanese kabuki play.

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