Nik Taylor scripsit:

> Not the only one.  I've also heard "Inde-goddamn-pendant"

Right.  Hearst (the newspaper publisher) said that.

> The expletive takes the primary stress, but leaves the stress pattern
> otherwise unaffected:
> Óbso-f˙ckin-l¨tely
> ýnde-gˇddamn-pŔndant
> Presumably, any two-syllable expletive could be infixed before the
> stressed syllable.

Which is why "immaterial" becomes "imma-bloody-material", which a
copy of "-ma-".

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