It is of great concern to me that a word such as ****, so much used daily in everyday conversation by millions of Australians is being censored by ASF.
It's uses are many and varied.
I couldn't be arsed.
You are an arsehole.
I'd be arsed.
He lives in the **** end of Balmain. ( Probably applies to all of Balmain )
Stick it up your ****.
You have a nice ****. ( a prelude to the conception of many of our population )
I made an **** of that.
I'd like to kick his ****.
He was only arseing about.
Showing a bit of ****.
It is an Anglo-Saxon word, in use for over a thousand years, and is such a descriptive noun, adverb and verb, not to mention an adjective, in it's various guises, it seems petty to censor it.
There must be more examples I have omitted.