I believe it's a term that was once vulgar, but it's meaning has changed. The used condom reference isn't quite the preferred definition anymore, therefore making it "less" vulgar.
Who knows, maybe in 50 years the F-word will take on a new meaning and we'll all be saying it like it's no big deal. After all, that's the case with many words, but I suppose that is much to the chagrin of certain people. That said, it all depends on what it means to the individual, therefore making an excellent case for the fact that profanity, or vulgarity specifically, is a silly and absurd thing to get all worked up over.
How saying the F-word a few times or seeing a nipple in a movie will automatically land it an R rating, yet, imprudent amounts of violence will keep it at a squeaky clean PG-13 is beyond me. Our rating system is stupid.
Geez, I think I kind of hijacked the thread. As for the story, I bet Madison is on the phone with the Upper Darby PD ordering a dozen shirts as we speak
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