I’m Going to Fuck Everything Up! (Ace of Spades)
In our daily life, we come across people who will swear by a single word as the best swear word: Fuck. The bible also says that the one who knows the best swear words is the one who tells good things (e.g., “I love you”). But why does the use of “fucking” or “fucking people?” has developed as one of the most popular swear words in the English language?
It is believed that the earliest instance of the word “fucking” is found in a Welsh document written in the fourteenth century. It is called the Welsh Book of Kells and is dated around the tenth century. In this book, it was mentioned as a curse in which God is cursed because He “made not good men perfect”. The term “fucking” or “fucking people” is also used in the Bible, specifically in the Old Testament (e.g., Ps. 19:4-6). However, the origin of the word “fucking” or “fucking people” may be much older.
According to the bible, Adam and Eve were the first people on earth. They used the word “fucking” to express their love for each other, while cursing the serpent (the evil spirit). This cursing started a long history of using the word “fucking” in a sexual context. A reference in old English literature also points to the fact that early Christians used “fucking” and “fucking people” in a way similar to today’s anti-Christian jokes. The reference in old English literature refers to the act of sodomizing and marrying young boys.
Many variations of the word “fucking” are used today. Some people say “I’m going to fucking kill her”, while others use the expression “let’s f*ck some sh*t”. Some simply say “f*cking everyone”, or “I’m going to f*cking destroy the world”. The earliest version of the “I’m going to f*ck everything up” quote comes from a Bleachblade game and is said by Ruka.
Other ways to add emphasis to the quote “I’m going to f*ck everything up” is by using extra quotes and intensifying the emotion of the sentence. For instance, if someone tells you that you are a big fat lazy bum, you can quote “You’re a big lazy bum but you do know I am a big fat lazy bum!” This will cause people to take the quote literally and think of themselves as a big lazy bum.
The greatest piece of evidence that I have found to prove the existence of the phrase “I’m going to f*ck everything up” in the English language is when hectic situation is reversed. When you are speaking in the past tense, like this: I f*cked up. Instead, of “I’m going to f*ck everything up” you should say “I did f*ck everything up!” Or perhaps, “The greatest f*cker of all time, a true leader of men, turned into a human anus, now reduced to a pile of sh*t.” In the second case, instead of saying “I did f*ck everything up”, you should say “The greatest f*cker of all time, a true leader of men, turned into a human anus, now reduced to a pile of sh*t.”