When people wanted to have a baby, they had to get the consent of the king, and the king gave them a placard that they hung on their door while they were having sex. The explanation I heard as a kid was that it stood for: For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge. In ancient England single people could not have sex unless they had consent of the king. Supposedly “swive” was excised from texts by the Censors and replaced with the inscription “For Unlawful Carnal (or Cardinal? At least this is what I learned in college — or was it the streets?Oh I'd love to come home with you, just as soon as I have teased the fuck out of you in a crowded bar...*All sound effects are in the public domain with no attribution necessary.
The acronymic explanation of the origin of ‘fuck’ takes one of two paths: Fornication Under Consent of the King or For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge.looking for women, men, and couples that want to have fun hot in bed. We have been happily married for 14 years and are both very aroused at the thought of introducing another woman into our sex life. We are looking for and offer a no strings, no BS, honesty at all times type of relationship. They would be tried and sentenced, hence you’re FUCKed now etc . With precious few exceptions, words of acronymic origin date from the 20th century and no earlier. It was said that this was a British Army charge used when soldiers were caught shagging without permission (I was never sure if it was shagging women or each other). Though a few common English words have grown out of acronyms (words created by taking the first letter(s) of major words in a phrase), ‘fuck’ isn’t one of them.many verbal artifacts are cooler than the first edition of James Joyce’s “Ulysses,” which was published, in Paris, on February 2, 1922, the author’s fortieth birthday.