Green’s Dictionary of Slang

fuck adj.

[fuck v.]

1. (orig. US) describing something obscene or pornographic, e.g. fuck movie.

implied in fuck book under fuck n.
[US]J. Rechy Numbers (1968) 105: I got some fuck-movies at home.
[US]P. Gent North Dallas Forty 146: It was one of the descriptive phrases used by Maxwell in the course of a fuck story.
[UK]P. Theroux Picture Palace 139: Were these fuck shots merely a sleazy detonator for his libido?
[US]J. Ellroy Brown’s Requiem 110: The blank cheques and the fuck pictures don’t mean nothing.
[US]R. Campbell In La-La Land We Trust (1999) 6: ‘Motion pictures, music videos, instruction tapes, erotica ... ’‘Fuck flicks?’.
[US]T. Harris Silence of the Lambs (1991) 278: There would have been trouble even if she hadn’t found the fuck pictures.
[US](con. 1973) C. Stella Johnny Porno 39: Doing the tally count for the fuck movie he was sick and tired of already.

2. as an intensifier; also as adv.

[Aus](con. 1940s–60s) Hogbotel & ffuckes ‘It’s Time the Old Bastard was Dead’ in Snatches and Lays 74: My diet is fuckawful putrid.
[US]S. King It (1987) 867: I’m drunk tonight. Fuck-drunk.
[NZ]A. Duff One Night Out Stealing 91: In the car. Where to, Jube? Fuck-nowhere, bud.
[US]Simon & Burns ‘Cradle of Civilization’ Generation Kill ep. 2 [TV script] Colbert is out here hunting around fuck-butt Iraq.