Phenom, once again you're being deliberately obtuse. As you know perfectly well, the F stands for a four-letter swear word which we are not allowed to use on these forums. So you are wasting your time asking people to put the word in print.
All you have to do is Google IDGAF to get the answer.
The four-letter swear word is not acceptable but euphemisms for it are OK. So are acronyms which only use the initial letter. That's generally the case in American, British and Australian society, anyway, so one would assume it's the same on HP.
If you are asking whether it's acceptable to HP management, I suggest you send them an email. If you're asking whether it should be acceptable, then that's a different question, perhaps you need to clarify.
According to the American Heritage Dictionary, it is a verb, obscene, meaning to have sexual intercourse with.
If someone told you to f - off, they would be telling you to leave or desist at once. Someone or something who/that is f'd up is totally confused or mismanaged. However when someone is a f-up they are a bungler. When someone is referred to as a f-er, they are someone who is totally offensive.
"Sick of this life Not that you'd care I'm not the only one With whom these feelings I share
Nobody understands, quite why we're here Searching for answers That never appear
But maybe if I looked real hard I'd I'd see your trying too To understand this life That we're all going through (Then when she said she was going to like wreck my car... I didn't know what to do)
Sometimes I feel like I'm beating a dead horse An I don't know why you'd be bringing me down I'd like to think that our love's worth a tad more It may sound funny but you'd think by now I'd be smiling I guess some things never change Never change"
PhenonWriter; You already know the answers to your own inquests, you are obviously perspicacious, why not put that to good use and pounce upon subjects that the populous can labyrinthine communally to arrive at a cogent consummation of a gratifying colloquy.......
Cagsil and Marisa were among those who were most vocal in responding to the idiocies voiced on these forums by PhenomWriter aka Tanmoy Acharya (see Google+ profile of Phenom Writer (2 words) for evidence these are one and the same). This person therefore created a new profile based on Marisa's name and Cagsil's photo, with which he hoped to cause further trouble.
Said Tanmoy Acharya already tried to cause havoc here some while back in his real name (if it is indeed his real name). In his farewell hub under that identity, which is still in the Google cache, he threatens he will keep generating new HP profiles specifically to hound people against whom he considers himself to have some vendetta. He boasts he knows how to come into this site from an inexhaustable number of different IPs which will enable him to get round every ban.
He has presented himself in various places around the Net as a 24-year-old student from India and purports to be a poet and skilled painter, particularly of abstract art.
I was clueless as to the most appropriate category for his question, so I hope I chose correctly.I use acronyms within hubs as well as in my books, but I'm getting confused. It used to be (and maybe still is) the rule...
this is mine "TLA" - used to identify acronyms.eg: The CIA is a TLAThe FBI is a TLAA TLA is a Three Letter Acronym LOL! Oops there's another! What about LMAO - thats a FLA (four letter acronym - which is...
A number of months ago I was participating in these forums far more often than I do now, and found myself caught up in a fracas which ultimately led to the loss of a friendship here on HubPages. The forums have...