The Australian newspaper has published an article on what the article actually means.
The article is titled ‘F*ck You’ and it is titled: ‘This is not your first time being f**ked.’
This is a response from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation to the title of the article.
It reads:This is NOT your first day being f***ked.
This is the article that will be published tomorrow morning.
The title of this article reads:It is actually a question from a listener who sent in a question on Twitter: “What does f**king mean?”
The article continues:The article does not say if it means being kicked out of the club or a court hearing.
The questioner said: “You’re going to get kicked out.”
“What does that mean?” the editor asked.
“I’m not sure what it means,” the listener replied.
“It’s the word ‘f**king’,” the editor replied.
The audience member asked again: “Can you tell me what that is?”
The answer was: “F**ck you.”
It does not specify the meaning of the word, but it is not clear what is meant by the word.
“If that’s not f**k you, then what is?” the reader asked.
The editor responded: “Well, it’s a term of endearment.”
“I can see you can see how that would be a little awkward,” the person replied.
A spokeswoman for ABC Radio Australia told News.
Com.au it would not be commenting on a legal matter.