Here's a new one for me: civilian, meaning someone who is not part of a group that has been established by context.
Forget the distinction between warring parties and innocent residents of the embattled area. Today I heard civilian used to mean people who aren't in show business. The interviewer asked an actress if her parents were in the business. She responded that they weren't. Either the interviewer or the interviewee referred to the parents (an electrician and administrative assistant, IIRC) as "civilians." Yuck!
If you mean (a) in English and (b) by "völlig normal" used by virtually everybody, I disagree. I think that's a misconception.
Agree. Despite what people hear in music and movies, the F-word is not considered completely normal and acceptable in almost all contexts.
I'm a high school teacher in the US, and any student who wrote the F-word in an essay or said it in class would get a detention or a suspension, depending on the context.
The word gets bleeped on the radio, too. For example, someone wrote a book with that word in the title, and when the book was discussed today on a radio program, the word was either bleeped, or the hosts said things like, "It's a word that starts with F and rhymes with 'luck'."
It may be used frequently by some people and in some contexts, but for the majority of Americans it's not an everyday word.