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    Posted June 24, 2014 by
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    Which Offends You More Cheryl Cole's Tattoo On Her Bottom Or Brendan O'Carroll's Use Of The F Word?


    Graham Norton is a renowned chat show host in the UK. He is an Irishman with a silver tongue and the gift of the gab. Recently, Brendan O'Carroll otherwise known by all as Mrs Brown of Mrs Brown's Boys and singer / X- Factor star Cheryl Cole were on the show.


    Graham introduced the subject of the large tattoo on Cheryl's bottom and viewers were shown this thing of 'beauty'. There was very entertaining conversation about it including the cost, which was the price of a small ‘used’ car according to Cheryl and everybody had a good laugh.


    When Graham then spoke with Brendan about his newly released movie called Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie, there were several occasions Brendan used the four-letter word that begins with an F that everybody is familiar with which is considered offensive.


    Now this is where the debate begins, this familiar word that is used in everyday language a lot has become a big talking point. In my view, this word as said by Brendan and a LOT of people every day, is said within natural speech particularly amongst a certain 'class' of person. There is absolutely no offence that goes with the word and the way its said and nobody can regard it as offensive.


    In the movie which shows Dublin, Ireland at its best (you can view Dublin at ) the street traders in the renowned Moore Street area of the city are seen to be talking this way. Words are said but there is certainly nothing bad about what is being said, its seen as everyday language.


    Where do you stand about being offended?
    Cheryl's tattoo on her bottom or Brendan's colourful language? Personally, I am fond of both!

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