What are the first words that come to your head or out of your mouth when you step on a nail or fall right in the middle of street? If you're from Utah, it might not be the typical "bad" word, but a replacement. 

Our local vernacular is filled with amazing non-pejorative substitutions for those moments when you wish you could express your deep feelings, but you just can’t do so: Cheese and rice, son of a biscuit, fudge, mother trucker, shitake mushrooms, and swan in a ditch are some of the ways that you can say what you want without offending anyone.

Pick up our current issue, on stands now, for an article on The Utah Swears

Then, enter to win $100 for dinner at La Caille by giving us yours. 

Show us your fricken awesome swear-word substitutions in a comment to this post, and the most creative commenter will win. The deadline is May 21, which is when we will pick a winner. The winner will be notified via email. 

Keep in mind, any comments with actual cuss words will be deleted.