This is didactic, I know, but "argh" is actually an okay word in British English, where it is pronounced like an emphatic "ah." You begin to see where it fits?
It's like "er," which also occurs a lot in books, but which people in North America never say unless they learned to talk from books, like a fucking wolf in the forest or something. In Amercia and Canuckistan, we say "uh" like intelligent people.
Did you know there's an actual stuffed Blue Dog? http://www.forteantimes.com/features/fbi/6298/texas_blue_dogs.html
@The Dependent Clause Yes, this exists. Newspapers don't want to use it, of course, because it costs money to buy, costs money to run, and screaming racism is always good for hits as long as it's in the comments section.
Wait...isn't EVERY post on Jezebel labeled "TRIGGER WARNING" by default?
Nowadays you need to use a skim latte and a low-fat muffin. But you only catch bike cops.
They're all twentysomething, so why do they all look fortysomething?
Do you seriously mean to say that people in the US rent hotel rooms just to smoke weed?
And don't forget Julian Assange:
@Gloria Dube@facebook I think I must have one of those. I seriously must.
@David They likely still have the pattern. If you're willing to pay them, they'll make it for you.