What are some very offensive words?

TV’s most offensive words

  • Bastard God. Profanity could be offensive, but no one has heard of this phrase.
  • Arse. Mild, not really offensive.
  • Mong.
  • Batty Boy.
  • Blaad Claat.
  • Git.
  • Bastard.
  • Bonk.

What is the most common swear word?

F*ck. The word f-u-c-k is one of the most widely recognized swear words in the English language.

What words are swear words?

The most common swear word in English

  • Fuck. What a brilliantly diverse word fuck is.
  • Piss off. Another phrasal verb, piss off is a milder version of fuck off.
  • Bugger off. With a similar meaning to piss off, bugger off is very British.
  • Bloody hell. This is another very British swear word.
  • Bastard.
  • Wanker/tosser.
  • Bollocks.

What can you say pre watershed?

Ofcom said: “Our research shows that in general audiences would tolerate this language before the watershed”. Along with “bollocks”, Ofcom categorised “bloody”, “bugger”, “crap”, “Goddamn” and “pissed” as “higher acceptability” words that can be said on television before the watershed.

What is the meanest word to call someone?


  • stupid. noun. offensive an insulting name for someone who you think is being stupid.
  • jerk. noun. offensive someone who does stupid, annoying, or unkind things.
  • dunce. noun.
  • dipstick. noun.
  • dork. noun.
  • bonehead. noun.
  • dingbat. noun.
  • jackass. noun.

What are the most offensive swear words in the UK?

“Oh, f**k, wank, bugger, shitting, arse, head and hole.” As UK communications regulator Ofcom’s ranking of every bollocking swear word in the English language in order of offensiveness goes viral again, we’re bloody buggering thrilled about it.

Are swear words too nasty to be on TV?

Some swear words are understandably deemed too nasty for viewers or listeners before the watershed. But people surveyed as part of the research were surprisingly relaxed about hearing others .

What does Ofcom think about the naughtiest words and phrases?

Here are the 47 naughtiest words and phrases and what Ofcom thinks about them – not surprisingly it contains very strong language: Arse Mild language, generally of little concern. Arsehole Medium language, potentially unacceptable pre-watershed. More aggression or specific intent to hurt heightens impact.

Is there a word that is not offensive to any group?

Bastard God. Profanity could be offensive, but no one has heard of this phrase. Bloody. Not really offensive to any group, seen as everyday sort of language. God. Least offensive. Jesus. Only offensive to one or two with religious convictions; for others it is mild, everyday word.