Many of us have heard or been told, that "bloody" is a word one should not use in England or in Britain. Why? It seems to be a perfectly standard word with no dirty meaning. If someone is leaking blood, then as this leakage occurs, something may become soaked, or coated, or appear to show an exhibiting of blood, so we would or could modify what we express with this word, "bloody". I am curious how the people will then say "bloody"; either using this word, or handling the meaning in some modified way.