Cummed, not came
is the past tense of "cum".
And here are several things to prove it:
'Q: What is the past tense of cum?
A: Cumed, such as "Adam cumed in Mikes Curley Hair."'
Came is the past tense of come, which means to move toward something (and various other things). It is not, however, the past tense of cum. The past tense of cum is cummed. Look at the word hang. When you hang somebody (as in a form of execution), you hanged them, not hung them. Same goes for cum. It is a different word and meaning so it is cum, cummed, cumming, will cum, et cetera. '
For anyone that wants to bitch that these aren't legit sources:
Wiki Answers is used by med students.
and Urban Dictionary is the only source for slang.
The word is voted on by the mass at Urban Dictionary, the mass raises the most accepted word to the top of the list.
Slang is democratic. Slang is created by the mass.
The mass has decided that 'cummed' is the correct past tense of cum.
For anyone that has the argument of:
1. ate and eat
2. irregular verbs, such as 'has' and 'is'
I. Ate and Eat are spelt with the same letters.
It's re-arranged so that it's more comfortable for the tongue to pronounce.
Ate is much more convenient, rather than 'eatted', which the constant repeat of sounds make the common word more difficult for the mouth.
II. Why irregular verbs exist:
(Dr. Buff told this once)
"Most irregular verbs exist as remnants of historical conjugation systems. What is today an exception actually followed a set, normal rule long ago. When that rule fell into disuse, some verbs kept the old conjugation. An example of this is the word kept, which before the Great Vowel Shift fell into a class of words where the vowel in keep (then pronounced kehp) was shortened in the past tense. Similar words, such as peep, that arose after the Vowel Shift, use the regular -ed suffix"
To shorten it up for the people that don't want to read that paragraph:
Most irregular verbs exist as remnants of historical conjugation systems.
Cum is not a historical verb.
It, therefore, isn't irregular.
Now, my argument.
Why people want to say a word they're more familiar with, even though it makes no logical sense, is baffling.
Cum is not Come. Therefore the past tense of it isn't Came.
That fucking simple.
Just because they sound identical doesn't mean you change a structure of a word because it fits your comfort level.
That's like degrading your language to: "Me and my sister went to the store."
(if you didn't catch that error, press the 'x' on your window now)
Just because it comes (ha) to you more naturally doesn't make it correct. Just because it 'fits' doesn't make it correct. Just because you say so doesn't make it more correct.
"Cummed" isn't even difficult to pronounce. And it's right.
It's the most accepted by the people who use it and it fits the English wording system.
So fuck you.