With only two words,
I can make a statement so infuriating
That it would get me into deep trouble.
As a result of using these two words together,
I could be subjected to ostracism,
And on a good day, assault.
These retributions, however,
Are the lesser of all evils.
Speaking these two words
Can be the catalyst for arrest.
Depending on the environment
Uttering these two words might be grounds
For mental instability.
Surely, they would not be taken seriously.
One may wonder,
How this duet of conjoined characters
I make reference to
Can be as offensive as I portray,
Especially after I mention
That it contains no obscenities.
I wonder about this myself.
This couplet of consonants and vowels
Is a sentence I use frequently.
My colleagues and I
Have no qualms about saying them.
In an ideal world
There would be no punishment in using these two words.
One should be praised for their exclamation.
Life would be more productive
If we showed little fear
In verbalizing the phrase: