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Noun 1. cocksucker – a person who performs fellatio

sensualist – a person who enjoys sensuality
2. cocksucker – insulting terms of address for people who are stupid or irritating or ridiculous

dirty word, vulgarism, obscenity, smut, filth – an offensive or indecent word or phrase
disagreeable person, unpleasant person – a person who is not pleasant or agreeable

An interesting observation can be made about the word cocksucker in that it is a vulgarity almost exclusively used by men. The first above-given definition is rarely the one intended and personally I have never heard anyone use the word “sensualist”. Sounds kind of faggy.

IMHO it is the harshest expletive used to describe a man. For one thing, the way it sounds is offensive. Its actual utterance is rude and the way it wonderfully blends two words already considered profane in many situations, really makes this a special word. Cock, not something your say in front of grandma unless she is Blue Iris and sucker just connotes something lewd.

The great thing about cocksucker is that it can be used in many situation and is always offputting and by simply changing the inflection, the location of the verbal accentuation, you can completely change the affect. For example, “That COCKsucker just screwed me out of $50.” is completely different from “cock-SUCKER that hurt!”. The former referring directly to someone who you believe may actually put someone else’s penis in their mouth and the latter being a more general expletive that is analogous to fuck or goddamn. However in the second instance there is some debate whether or not the cocksucker is actually Mother Nature, the world at large or the supreme being himself.

A parallel use of cocksucker is to tell someone, usually during a road rage episode, to suck your cock or dick. An obvious use of the word in agreement with the first definition. The affect here is to imply that the person you refer to would either enjoy giving you fellatio or could be forced to give you fellatio as some kind of punishment. In either case, it is assumed that the person would later realize that giving you fellatio would in some way negatively impact the fellator.

As a person note, I have on many occations called someone that has offended me while driving a cocksucker. On one such occasion, after issuing this reference, my wife said, “I suck your cock. Is that such a bad thing?”, to wit I replied, “Well no. Ah, Shit now I have to think of something else to call that asshole!”

  2 comments for “Cocksucker

  1. Darth Taco
    February 6, 2009 at 5:28 pm

    Origin: I searched for an entire 15 minutes on the web and came up with nothing. I’m sure it’s American in origin. Although I’m sure there are Europeans out there ready to claim it for themselves. Well, fuck you. It’s ours. Apple Pie, Baseball and Cocksucker. Ours.

    I love the way the word sounds. If you say it once really slowly just listen to it. Fucking awesome.
    There are those who believe Cocksucker to be the female equivalent to Cunt. I have to agree. It is particularly nasty. What’s worse? Dick-Licker, Ball-Nuzzler? I think not. I guess you could say Cum-Gurgler. But that just isn’t as colloquial as Cocksucker.
    When said with ferocious intent toward another male this word really calls you out.
    Them’s fighting words.
    When directed from a female to a male it doesn’t carry such severity. After all, most (if not all) women have sucked a cock at some point. At least the ones that are worth a damn.

    George Carlin had it in his original HBO list almost 30 years ago. Isn’t that reason enough for this to be considered one of the greatest curse words of all time?
    I would normally encourage everyone to use the Curse Word of the Week but because of the weight of it I think I will instead instruct everyone to cautiously refrain from its usage so as not to dilute it. The last thing I want is it’s overuse to make it more common, therefore losing its power. So choose it’s usage wisely and only when you really need it. Saying it under your breath is perfectly acceptable though. “That cocksucker Windows just crashed again.” “Let’s see if I can’t get this cocksucker started.” “Where’s the cocksucker with my frappucino?”

  2. Angry Brady
    April 11, 2009 at 1:06 am

    Even more can be said sometimes without even resorting to “blue words”. While these examples don’t necessarily denote phallic representations, they do convey some fairly disturbing ideas…
    Such as, Repository for my Procreational Fluids, Playing the Backbone Xylophone, Roaming Python of Love, Heat-Seeking Moisture Missile, Cant Understand Normal Thinking, Provocateur De La Blumpkin, Ad Nauseam. I love a good curse word as much as the next. I also enjoy being able to put people in their place, and have them to even realize such is being done!

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