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  • In English, these two phrases  which are almost the same have very  

  • different meanings. If you say "I f*cked up",  that means I messed up, its like an apology,  

  • it's acknowledging you did something wrong.  "I f*cked up" or "I f*cked that up" or  

  • "I completely f*cked it up." But if you say, "I'm f*cked up"  

  • and instead of I you say I'm, then you're saying  I'm really drunk or I'm really high on drugs

  • I'm so f*cked up. Two very similar  

  • phrases but very different meanings. Quick add-in, if you don't want to cuss,  

  • you can say "F'D up". "I really F'D up, I'm so  sorry." or "Woow! Last night I was really F'D up."

In English, these two phrases  which are almost the same have very  

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I F*ed up vs. I'm F*ed up | VERY DIFFERENT MEANING! #SHORTS

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    Summer posted on 2021/12/01
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