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How do women feel about men swearing?
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How DO do women feel about men swearing? Cause I got a pretty colorful mouth.

I think it depends on how one was raised, not their gender to be honest
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it's amazingly sexy....well IMO.
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It is crude and unprofessional, and the more it becomes second nature in your every day speech, the easier it slips out when you aren't just amongst friends. A woman swearing needs to be toned down, and not have it be every other word. ( Of course men can be included in that too)
But if you have a kid one day and they get in trouble at school for telling a teacher to go "f**k themselves", maybe then you won't find it so funny and cute and sexy.
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I find anyone who uses swears excessively to be obnoxious. There isn't anything wrong with the occasional use, but it has to be in the right time and place (sports event, hitting your finger with a hammer, etc). There isn't a bigger turnoff than someone who can't hold an intellectual conversation.
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murdurface wrote:

I find anyone who uses swears excessively to be obnoxious. There isn't anything wrong with the occasional use, but it has to be in the right time and place (sports event, hitting your finger with a hammer, etc). There isn't a bigger turnoff than someone who can't hold an intellectual conversation.


Well said, agree fully.

Where I'm from swearing is very common, especially in banter, but it's not like the women can't go a whole sentence without swearing.

I wouldn't consider it particularly sexy or obnoxious with how it's used, but obviously there's extreme cases and non-existant cases.

Generally it's down to their personality. If they are just horrible people in general it will reflect in how they act and speak, swearing just reflects that mildly.
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If the person has a good reason. I do not see the problem with it.
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In my opinion, unless she's pissed off, it's not attractive if she swears in every, and I mean every, sentence she spoke.
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murdurface wrote:

I find anyone who uses swears excessively to be obnoxious. There isn't anything wrong with the occasional use, but it has to be in the right time and place (sports event, hitting your finger with a hammer, etc). There isn't a bigger turnoff than someone who can't hold an intellectual conversation.


Well said, agree fully.

Where I'm from swearing is very common, especially in banter, but it's not like the women can't go a whole sentence without swearing.

I wouldn't consider it particularly sexy or obnoxious with how it's used, but obviously there's extreme cases and non-existant cases.

Generally it's down to their personality. If they are just horrible people in general it will reflect in how they act and speak, swearing just reflects that mildly.


Swearing is also common here but ya know.......my parents raised me with manners and it's just not polite to drop half a dozen f bombs to someone you just met.
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DirEnGay wrote:


murdurface wrote:

I find anyone who uses swears excessively to be obnoxious. There isn't anything wrong with the occasional use, but it has to be in the right time and place (sports event, hitting your finger with a hammer, etc). There isn't a bigger turnoff than someone who can't hold an intellectual conversation.


Well said, agree fully.

Where I'm from swearing is very common, especially in banter, but it's not like the women can't go a whole sentence without swearing.

I wouldn't consider it particularly sexy or obnoxious with how it's used, but obviously there's extreme cases and non-existant cases.

Generally it's down to their personality. If they are just horrible people in general it will reflect in how they act and speak, swearing just reflects that mildly.


Swearing is also common here but ya know.......my parents raised me with manners and it's just not polite to drop half a dozen f bombs to someone you just met.


Don't disagree with that. I don't swear on a professional level, to my peers, or to strangers/people I just met. But then if somebody did then they would probably fall under the "horrible people" category, and people I would rather not want to get to know.
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That is also a very valid point.
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its annoying if its every other word or used overly casual but if its just sometimes its fine.i find people who swear too much a turn off mentally and physically
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I don't feel comfortable with swearing in general, be it men or women. I mean, occasional use is okay with me, but I don't see the need to cuss with every other sentence. Besides, I make do just well by just saying bloody.
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I don't personally assign swear words much meaning. The terms themselves aren't inherently "filthy" or "undesirable", it's the stubborn nature of sociality that renders them taboo. With this in mind, I do think that usage of swear words indicates a sort of weakness within the individual itself.

If you resort to the (largely useless) terminology of rage, then you may be mentally overwhelmed with the problem at hand and are succumbing to the savage instincts nature imposed on you. Impulse tends to wrestle with Intellect, and when cussing, you are granting the former a small victory. Hence, plentiful cussing may be indicative of an intellectual void - something I definitely do not find attractive.

This philosophy also renders me conveniently immune to most verbal insults. When you call me names, you aren't harming me in any way. You're simply confirming your personal surrender to the forces that have shaped you into a mentally weak being. No mean word you throw at me weighs on my shoulders - it's just another shovel's worth of dirt that you're heaving onto the grave of the person you could've been. Hateful rants aren't an attack on its recipient - they're a eulogy composed by the weak, for the weak.

'Course, that's only reasonably applicable to a fraction of all swear word usage. There are plenty of people that cuss simply because they want to cuss, and not because they can't stop themselves from giving in to blind rage. Thus, rationally, I ought to disregard the frequency of rants and hateful language in these matters to some extent. Yet there's always this silly issue of personal attraction, so, uh, let's just say that swear words are a big turn off for me.


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it's sorta natural i guess.
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