The family of Steven Paul Owens of Polk County, Iowa, says the expletive found on his monument is a final nod to a man who loved using the phrase.
Nickelodeon's broadcast included slime, wild graphics and some new words.
“If they teach the others bad language and I end up with 250 swearing birds, I don’t know what we’ll do,” the park's CEO lamented.
The cursing king promises to "teach you how to swear in 15 different languages" — if you're all set to vote.
An study of on-screen cursing found that "The Wolf of Wall Street" actor used “bad language” 376 times in films.
I didn’t plan on raising my daughter with the “bad words are OK at home” rule. It just kind of happened.
The young actor kept on like nothing had happened, but the Duke and Duchess of Sussex noticed.
It's reportedly the first unbleeped usage of the vulgarity on the long-running cartoon.