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Is Swearing Really Bad?
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Posted 12/12/08 , edited 2/13/10
it's really not good to hear bad words but sometimes i really can't help myself say those kind of words (both in english and filipino). but is it really bad to say bad words? my parents are really SOOOO strict that's why i'm super control myself when i'm with them. and sometimes, i feel sorry for my classmates who aren't use in these words whenever they hear bad words from me...

but i don't say those words to people, i say those as some kinda expressions whenever there are shocking, depressing, etc. happenings.....

how about you guys?
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Posted 12/12/08
if a tree falls in a forest and there's nobody there to hear it,
how many licks does it take to get to the center of a tootsie-pop?
Posted 12/12/08
well, for me it's more like i tend to type in a vulgar fashion, yet i don't curse much in real life unless i'd be seriously mad, and offended, and have no other idea of how to supplement my current emotional state, or the current emotional state of the surrounding, happening.

i do admire people who never cursed in their life and never plan on doing so in the future.

but sometimes curse words seem to be the best expressions to define the seriousness of a situation as the strong meaning of those bad words seem to be the best way of how to equate with the current situation.
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Posted 12/12/08
depends on who your using it on
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Posted 12/12/08
I cuss all the time excluding classroom and business environments. If people don't like it, I don't give a shit to be honest. I use the swear words primarily for the effect it has on people.

"You're stupid" doesn't have the same impact as "You're fucking retarded".
Posted 12/12/08
that's why they are called bad words

and if used in a wrong way

like faggot and bitch
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Posted 12/12/08
not really bad imo ;o
its annoyin when ppl say stuff like "fudge" and "heck" imo, just say fuck and hell, i dont care -_-
Posted 12/12/08
I don't understand that. They're just words and people consider them "bad" because they feel like it.
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Posted 12/12/08
Let's not be mean.
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24 / M / somewhere on eart...
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Posted 12/12/08
There's no such thing like good words or bad words. It's because the way we say it make others think that it's bad.
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Posted 12/12/08 , edited 12/12/08
Fuck that, killing someone or selling kids meth is bad, what the hell is so bad about words. Its not against the law to say them. You might get frowned upon by some stale ass old fashion pussies. But otherwise you're good.
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30 / F / Italy
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Posted 12/12/08
italians use a lot of bad words. (me too) we have a very colored conversations XD
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Posted 12/12/08
Yeah. But we use them anyway. I only use them when Im really pissed. Which is not very often.
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26 / F / Potters Bar England
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Posted 12/12/08
i use them quite often when im pisssed off or something goes wrong.
i think in general, it is not the word itself thats it bad but the intention behind it.
if someone says 'fuck you' its not the word that are offensive but the fact that the person was directing it at u... if you get my meaning!?!
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Posted 12/17/08
nah... they're still interjections.
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