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Americans use cuss words all sorts of different ways. These two phrases are almost the same grammatically, but they have very different meanings! Learn some idiomatic cussing in American English.
In English, these two phrases which are almost the same have very different meanings. If you say “I f*cked up”, that means I messed up, its like an apology, it’s acknowledging you did something wrong. “I f*cked up” or “I f*cked that up” or “I completely f*cked it up.”
But if you say, “I’m f*cked up” and instead of I you say I’m, then you’re saying I’m really drunk or I’m really high on drugs.
I’m so f*cked up.
Two very similar phrases but very different meanings.
Quick add-in, if you don’t want to cuss, you can say “F’D up”. “I really F’D up, I’m so sorry.” or “Woow! Last night I was really F’D up.”