The definition of the word aside, fuck is also the name of a game of cards. It is of course possible that the name was altered by juvenile kids being that I learnt the game from in high school, but nonetheless...

Rules:
The game requires a single deck of cards and two to four players. You could play it with more players or a second deck shuffled in, but it would alter the game's odds.

The objective of the game is to collect four of a kind (four aces, twos, threes... etc). No hand beats another, instead the first person to gather the set first wins (usually, see further.)

Gameplay:
A dealer deals everyone including himself 4 cards and then sets the deck in front of himself. When the game begins, everyone must choose 1 card from their hand and pass it to the left. The person to the dealers right does not pass it to the dealer but rather places it in a dead pile. The players take the card that was passed to them and add it to their hand; the dealer takes a new card from the deck. At no time should any player have more than 4 cards in their hands.

The players continue in this fashion again until someone collects 4 of a kind. If no cards remain in the deck, the dealer can reshuffle the dead pile and use it as the deck. When someone does manage to collect 4 of a kind, they must place their hand on the dead pile (the cards that the 4th person discards). When this happens, everyone else must place his or her hand on the pile as well, the last person who touches it loses the round.

Being a Bastard:
As stated, the last person to place their hand in the center at the end of the round is out, however, it is possible for the person who has collected 4 of a kind to lose. If the other players notice that someone is going to tap the dead pile, they can themselves tap it first. This can leave the person who actually collected 4 of a kind the loser. There is a caveat however: If someone taps the center and no one has collected 4 of a kind, that person is automatically declared the loser. This can lead to deceptive strategies to make others believe you have a set, thus, being a bastard as the section would imply.

Application:
The rounds in this game can play out very quickly, yet it can be played with little strategy, thus making it a great drinking game. For those of the youth persuasion or those who prefer not to drink, it makes a pretty good platform for truth-or-dare. Varying the amount of rounds it takes to drink/dare or whatnot is nice as well. 4 rounds, one for each letter (F U C K) works quite nicely.