In 1972, iconic comedian George Carlin released the “7 Words You Can’t Say On TV,” a piece of history still famous over 40 years later.
Times have changed. TV regulations have become lax, and some of the forbidden words are now heard regularly on broadcast television, and virtually constantly on cable TV.
In 2017, we have the 7 Words You Can’t Say On Facebook.
We at God Emperor Trump learned this the hard way when we posted an image of Milo Yiannopoulos’ Dangerous Faggot Tour bus. The main admin was given a 30-day ban for posting an image of the bus while plugging Yiannopoulos’ recent tour. The word fag is equally forbidden.
This is by far the most often zucced word on Facebook. The social media jackboots appear to have an algorithm in place that can detect the dreaded slur even if it is uttered in a secret Facebook group with only a few users.
Tour bus arrives in SLO for controversial Alt-right speaker Milo Yiannopoulos. Police gearing up with SWAT on standby. pic.twitter.com/RnA7jskcTz
— Angel Russell (@angelm_russell) January 31, 2017
While nigga is totally fine, if you post the dreaded -er version of the word, it will be zucced. Be forewarned. If for any reason readers may desire to use the slur, they will need to briefly pretend to be early 2000s wiggers and use the -ga form.
Similar to faggot, this word will receive a zucc. However, unlike the word faggot, ‘tranny’ only seems to receive a zucc if it is posted and someone reports it.
Mark Zuckerberg really doesn’t like this word. Never, ever use it if you value your Facebook account. If anything, use the 4chan code-word equivalent: skype.
This word is absolutely forbidden only if you are criticizing Islam. When the Pulse Nightclub attack shook America, God Emperor Trump made several Facebook posts with images and the simple text “Homosexuality is punishable by death in 11 Islamic nations.”
This resulted in God Emperor Trump being zucced for the first time, and one of the admins receiving a 30-day ban.
Similar to ‘Islam,” it is only forbidden if the word is used to criticize the Religion of Peace™.
7. Pictures of Swastikas/Hitler
While not words, Nazi iconography deserves a place on this list. It does not matter if the images are posted to inform people about the evils of the Third Reich, or if they are posted unironically by members of the Alt-Right, they are zuccable offenses. Be very careful.