May 23, 2024

FALMOUTH, Maine — A foul-mouthed man from Falmouth has made headlines after inventing three new swear words, one of which has gone viral and become a sensation on social media.

According to sources close to the inventor, who wishes to remain anonymous, the new swear words were created out of frustration with the limitations of the English language. The sources claim his unique blend of English and French-Canadian heritage has set the stage for this incredible feat.

“I was just so sick of the same old swear words, ya know?” said the inventor. “I wanted something new and fresh to express my anger and frustration.”

The three new swear words, which have been described as “unprintable” by local media, quickly gained popularity among the inventor’s friends and family. But it was the third word, a combination of two existing swear words, that really took off.

“It just had that perfect ring to it,” said one fan of the word. “It’s like the best of both worlds, you know?”

Soon, the new swear word was being used by people all over the country and even internationally, with social media users sharing videos and memes featuring the word.

“I never imagined it would become this big,” said the inventor. “But I’m thrilled that people are finding a new way to express themselves.”

However, not everyone is a fan of the new swear word. Some have criticized it for being vulgar and offensive.

“It’s just another example of the decline of our culture,” said one local resident. “Falmouth is better than this. We need to be better than this.”

Despite the criticism, the new swear word shows no signs of slowing down in popularity. In fact, some have even started using it as a term of endearment among friends.

“It’s just a word, you know?” said one fan. “And it’s a damn good one.”

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