Virginia soon to be a f**king swearing anomaly

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Oh Virginia, what are you doing?  One moment you’re hating guns, the next people are allowed to fucking swear in public.  Currently, if you use profanity in public you can be fined up to $250.

The code of Virginia currently says “If any person profanely curses or swears or is intoxicated in public, whether such intoxication results from alcohol, narcotic drug or other intoxicant or drug of whatever nature, he shall be deemed guilty of a Class 4 misdemeanor.”  Apparently in Virginia, saying a curse word is similar to possession of unprescribed heavy sedatives.  Honestly, that has to be fucking bullshit in some perspectives.

Imagine for a moment you’re in jail.  The guys next to you asks “what’re you in for?”  Your response is “Saying fucking around Karen and she got pissed off again.”  It doesn’t even have to be jail either.

Misdemeanors, while minor, can be no joke for those looking to move onward and upward in life.  Imagine applying for a prestigious school or job when they ask about doing a background check.  You suddenly become very uneasy as they run said check to find your misdemeanor about a cuss word.  Basically, you get a little crazy and say an expletive, some Karen or Julie gets super offended and next thing you know, your Harvard application is denied.  Now you have to settle for West Point or something.

This oddly reminds us of the story we wrote about Maryland and their fascination with the word “Bitch,” which we wrote about, here.  Maybe it’s a New England thing?  Do Northerners not like cursing back in the day?  We know here in the South cuss words are used more frequently than commas.

What do you think?  Should Virginia ease up on their curse word violations?  Or should they modernize their laws a touch and give their citizens a fucking break?

Know what we're sayin fam?

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15 thoughts on “Virginia soon to be a f**king swearing anomaly

  1. No wonder they still have these old crazy laws.. this is the most sensitive generation to ever walk the face of the Earth so certainly in that will not be changing anytime soon.. buck up!!!!

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  2. Fuck these idiots who don’t like swearing!!! Sticks and stones! What are we? 12 year olds or some shit?!?! You can drink beer but you say fuck?!? Smh….. Ridiculous. PERIOD.

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  3. It’s pure fucking shit that they’re telling people what they can and can’t fucking say. If it’s not literally attacking, like verbal assault as they like to call it here in Colorado or directly aimed at a child, people should be able to say whatever the fuck they want! Fuck em, get rid of the shit!

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  4. I was just visiting my brother in Norfolk. Had no clue about the cussing “law”. I was there the day before shit didn’t go down in Richmond. I’m telling you. Shits getting real. People are gonna have to take a side at some point. M an American Patriot. Seems like there is less freedoms here in our great country.

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  5. As a person who lives in VB this “law” is bullshit. It’s just another way for our shitty city to try and make money while trying to keep the city “family friendly” because they’re trying to be a big tourist town. Fuck them.

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  6. “Maybe it’s a New England thing”? Not one fucking state you named is part of New England. Geography lesson: “New England” is comprised of 6 states. Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island.
    p.s. We fucking love swearing. I shit you not.

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  7. That has GOT to be a violation of First Amendment rights.

    Either way, Virginian politicians needs spinal implant surgery

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