For Fun - Make Curse Words That Are Worthy Of Atheist Utterings

Most of us do it, and there are many forums debating the issue of atheists 'taking the lords name in vain', so no need to rehash it here, unless you seriously feel the need...
I still fall back on 'Jeezus Christ' and goddamn thisorthat when I'm really flustered, but I've become more creative when I'm feeling squirrelly...
Darwin Dammit...By the bones of Galileo...or heebie Jebus momma...I still like Fuckit the best

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While I was in hospital and my friends cane to visit with a Scrabble board, I tried to convince them that "Nunshite" was a word, they had to agree with me as I was sick.
My argument went along the lines of "it's a type of holy shit"
Afraid of 'taking God's name in vain' (LMAO), Christians have done most of the work for us, actually. I love phrases like "for fuck's sake", "holy fuck" or "in the name of fuck" and use them all the time, aware of the inherent irony that most Christians overlook (or ignore).
I shamelessly swiped this from one of the Skepchicks, but "sweet Darwin's Beagle" gets used for most minor irritations. I've also been known to bust out the campy Robinese ("holy damaged motherboards, Batman!"), the Fry & Laurie ("damn, damn, double-damn, and back round the car park for another damn!"), and the Wil Ferrell ("sweet grandmother's spatula!"). Unless it's something really serious (when only an F-bomb will do), I try to keep it silly/ridiculous as much as possible.
The most common curse word in this Aussie household is, "Bugger!"

I also love the Irish pronunciation of "fuck" as "fock" - as in Braveheart where the Irishman who speaks to God says to William Wallace, "God says I'm goin' to be all right - but I tink you're focked."

We live beside a lake which is part of a church conference centre. One of the activities is canoeing on the lake. We are often amused to hear the sound of a shriek then a "SPLASH" followed by "HOLY CRAP" as the child emerges from the ice-cold water!

I took great enjoyment in relaying THAT story to the pastor when he came to visit us to see if we might like to join Sunday services. ;-)
I like the Belfast and surrounding area pronounciation of "fuck". It especially makes me laugh when people drive a Ford Focus.
How about Cheeses H. Kraut. I also like to use Praise Cheeses when something good happens. (I'm also thinking of opening a fromagerie with that name). When I'm really earnest about something, I've been heard to say sweater guard! while raising my right (sometimes left) hand.
How about an Israeli specialist fromagerie - Cheeses of Nazareth?
Cheezwiz Crust!
"Fraternal Use of Carnal Knowledge" gets used occasionally.

I use so many and varied swear words the occasional taking of a religious name in vane does happen sometimes.
I think I recognize that bloodshot eye! That's gotta be my godless heathen identical twin cousin, Doug! ROFLMAO! Welcome aboard, Doug!
Happy Anniversary, Doug!
Recently I've taken to saying, while in a fit of frustration or on seeing displays of incompetence (usually at work), "sweet dark lord of fuck."

"Holy shit" has almost completely subsumed OMG, and I even tried to replace it in AIM conversations, but for whatever reason HFS never caught on.

I just can't seem to get rid of "goddammit," likely because the quick one-two punch of plosive sounds works well to embody more anger than even a drawn-out 'fuuuuuuuuck' can. Similarly, "bastards!" as a general-purpose bit of invective and "douchebag" and "gimptard" as a descriptor of unsavory persons. Words with more B,D,G,P,T,K, are more satisfying.

With that in mind, there just aren't a lot of plosive-heavy atheist-oriented words, though soon I'll be beta-testing something containing "Dawkins." Given my dirty, non-ergonomic work environment, I'm sure it will get a lot of field testing.

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