This, of course, gets the most laughs during the segment on Inside The Actors Studio. Curiously, actors are shier than actresses when it comes down to cursing here. Let's see if the trend continues. ;) Part 4 here: The Bernard Pivot List, part 4: What turns you off?
  1. ¡COÑO!
    I don't think any Latino can live without this word. It's so... LIBERATING. (If you're squeamish or want to keep this PG-13, I will accept asterisks. Like this sh*t right here. ;)
  2. Both "Fuck" and "Putain"
    Their curse signification is similar but their literal translation is not, "Putain" means "whore".
    Suggested by @solena
  3. Crap
    Favorite? IDK but I say crap or crapper a lot. I curse more in print than in speech.
    Suggested by @angela3950
  4. Profane: FUCK (so versatile, so satisfying to hurl at someone or something)
    Non-Profane: DADGUMMIT (fun to say, multi-sylabbic, silly)
    Suggested by @jhope71
  5. F U C K !
    There are times when this is the only word that will do. And you must commit to its usage with gusto! Plus, people just love it when I curse! If you knew me just a little or saw me somewhere, the last thing you'd think I would do is curse—and I'm good at it! 😉
    Suggested by @Dashelamet
  6. Motherf*cker
    Something about all those syllables is so satisfying. You can really hit that middle one for emphasis.
    Suggested by @DG
  7. I say Merde! Or Merde au troisème degré! from 11th grade French class.
    Suggested by @jennifergster