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The F Word
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Posted 11/17/11
I used to use it on a regular basis because I was more or less exposed to swear words when I was a kid and was a bad habit so to speak, but I can control myself though in regards to using that word along with other swear words. Basically instead, I substitute the F word with any number of words like these instead:

Moron, twat, twit, eejit (Scottish word for idiot), stupid, halfwit and so on, basically has the same effect as the F word.

Anyway from experience, it's a habit that isn't that hard to break if your willing to put the effort and time in to it, to retrain your mind.
Posted 11/17/11

PumeHana92 wrote:

I never use it in daily conversation. I won't speak to you if you continuously use it. My family always threatened me that the F word is used by filthy disgraceful americans and if I used it they'd cut my tongue out so I dared not use it



whoaaaaaa!!! The first and second of your statements are just like mine. What a coincident!!! Wahahaaa!! I never even say it loudly..
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Posted 11/17/11
I never use the word in daily conversation... I've been raised not to use it, thanks to my Asian parents.

Whenever I hear my friends use it, I always get the impression that they might be an angry or careless person even though they may be quite intelligent individuals...

Maybe if it was a serious situation like where someone important to them died, I wouldn't mind as much. I think that such a word should only be used in a situation where emotions are intense, because the word does carry a strong meaning.

But to be honest, I don't feel very comfortable around f-bombers... ._. They always seem like a bad source for morals...
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21 / F / Anime world...
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Posted 11/17/11
I use it regularly....trying to tone down but it's surprisingly hard.

It's embarrassing when a lecture hears you say, "fuck" simply because your pen ran out of ink.

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19 / F / Leaf village
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Posted 11/18/11 , edited 11/18/11
we need to have more respect for the word. as for me, i never use it, & the few times i heard people like me use it, it seems forced. it's not a part of our vocab yet, thankfully [in our place, i mean]. not that i'm not quite familiar w/ it. i see it all the time on TV & contemporary literature, discussion forums, & hear it in songs on radio stations. most times, it seems people use it just for the sake of using it, not for putting across a 'strongly-held' sentiment.

english was much better before fuck came along as the omnipresent adjective.
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18 / M / Sea of Nostalgia
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Posted 11/18/11
It sorta has lost it's taboo effect as it people use it to highly empasise something like "What the fuck?" if they're seriously confused or "fuck this" if they're really frustrated but if "fuck" is used interntionly towards someone, then it's taboo again. Saying something like "you fucking bitch" is not acceptable in todays society but if it's just for emphasis then go right ahead.
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17 / F / US
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Posted 11/18/11
It's just a word and doesn't do any real harm.
I don't care very much about what others think of myself so I don't pay much attention to how I use it, although I do use it's taboo affect to give a sentence boost if I'm angry or trying to prove a point.
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23 / M / Texas
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Posted 11/18/11
The word sounds pretty to me. :>
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Posted 11/18/11
When I was younger I thought cursing would make me homeless or something. I went through a phase in HS where I would curse every sentence, eheh. Now, I don't like it, and don't like when people curse a lot around me
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18 / M / Stoke, England
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Posted 11/18/11 , edited 11/18/11
I use it all the time. I blame the kids around me who would use it to be cool or something, and I just got used to hearing it so much that I got used to saying it as well.
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Posted 11/18/11
i never actually thought it was that bad of a word. but i don't use the word a lot.
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61 / F / OP,FL
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Posted 11/18/11
It's still an offensive word but there is no other that can put an exclamtion point when shit has hit the fan.say it once loud and clear relieves the stress. oddly I'm offended though when it's every other word in a persons rant.
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26 / M / USA
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Posted 11/18/11
Doesn't bother me typically and I use the word where appropriate, such as with close friends or at a bar. You have to give the word some respect as a word though, there isn't many out there that can be used as a verb, adverb, adjective, imperative, interjection, and noun.
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Posted 11/18/11
I only use the word "fuck" while it's actually relevant to my current situation, with enthusiastic magnitude and frequency. LOL
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