I use the C-word

The Cunt Log.

It was born when I first called Jessica Wakefield an insufferable cunt, then got a lot of positive feedback for my surprising use of the word cunt.  Who knew there were so many people out there like me?  People who adore the word cunt!  It’s a perfect curse word, one choppy syllable and still offensive to enough people that it means something.

So I keep track of the characters in novels who truly are cunts.  Not just annoying little bitches (I’m looking at you, Karen Brewer), but honest to god cunts.  With a capital F-U-C-K-I-N-G.

Nancy Wheeler – Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret

Jessica Wakefield – Sweet Valley Twins #2, Teacher’s Pet

Jill Brenner – Blubber

Jana Morgan – Taffy Sinclair, Queen of the Soaps

Dawn Schafer – California Diaries #6

Dawn Schafer (yes, again) – BSC #60, Mary Anne’s Makeover

10 Responses to I use the C-word

  1. Man, Jessica Wakefield caught a fast train to Cunt Island and subsequently became Mayor of Cuntville. That girl can die 347 different ways and I will not cry.

  2. Vagliardo says:

    Ashley Packard from Princess Ashley by R. Peck.

  3. Carolina says:

    I would really like to add Michelle from Daphne’s Book and Liz from Tallahassee Higgins.

    God, Liz. GOD. CUNT.

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  5. I could never use that word. I’m such a big baby.

  6. Alex says:

    your use of the word cunt, also a fave of mine, as you know, is just one of the MANY reasons i love you. 🙂 oh and Nancy Wheeler, CUNT. agreed.

  7. Lorraine says:

    On our website, we use cunt too. I’m pretty sure you can’t review Sweet Valley and NOT call Jessica a cunt.

    But it’s spread, because Kristy from the BSC is often accused by our reviewer of exhibiting “cunty” behavior. Yep.

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