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Posted 6/14/14
It's just random letters strung together, so it doesn't bother me.
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Gratuitous swearing is always annoying, regardless of gender. 'Swear words' are just words, and they should be used appropriately and in the correct context.
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Well... It depends. If she is trying to act hard or something while doing it, then it's all bad. But if there's a girl I'm talking to who can have good conversations, and she happens to cuss quite often, it doesn't really make a difference.
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24 / F / New Zealand
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Seriously, who gives a ****.
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20 / M / Australia
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I find it neither attractive nor unattractive. I happen to cuss a lot myself purely out of habit.
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I'm not offended by words arbitrarily deemed innapropriate by society. Sure, historically there's probably a reason certain words are offensive, but people hardly mean any harm when they fucking stick swear words into ever goddamn sentence. Would that shit get annoying fast? Sure. But I wouldn't be offended. I don't think it's particularly unattractive, anyway.
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Posted 6/14/14 , edited 6/14/14
If they were using it every third word I'd probably be more annoyed than anything. I don't mind swearing but there's a place where even I draw the line.
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Only times I use fuck like a comma is when I'm royally pissed/annoyed. Yeah, I curse when talking normally, but it's not like it's every other word or so. Just really depends on who I'm talking to or with.
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Posted 6/14/14 , edited 6/14/14

shinigami2513 wrote:

I'm not a fan of either gender swearing profusely. I am a believer in Malcolm X's idea that people swear when they dont have enough of a vocabulary to express themselves.


I swear quite a bit and I think that what you just said is slightly offensive. I do get that a woman swearing can be unattractive, it is understandable but I am fully able to express myself without swearing. I choose to do it because it is a part of my vocabulary and it has 'impact,' it's just the quickest way to get how you're feeling across to someone who won't understand you no matter how hard you try.

I remember, during lent, a friend of mine said the same thing to me because I chose to give up swearing and I felt really hurt and I think it damaged my self-confidence a little. My parents often swear around me and when they tell me off they'll swear so I just use swear words in a casual way because I'm used too that way of talking and hear it often, most of the time I don't even think about it when I do it.
Posted 6/14/14 , edited 6/14/14
When used in moderation swearing is fine. I only swear when I have really extreme emotions, because it's such an easy way to express your thoughts.
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is it attractive? nah, is it unattractive? nah.
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20 / M / Bolton, England
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Posted 6/14/14 , edited 6/14/14
It's unattractive.
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i don't like it all regardless of gender. i've only sworn like ten times in my whole life, it really isn't that hard to not say them
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I dont have a problem with it, I'd rather someone curse some than be all uptight about it.
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23 / F / NY
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Posted 6/14/14 , edited 6/14/14
Damn like really, anyone who makes a gender distinction in this subject, unless it has to do with determining romantic attractiveness is definitely sexist.

Tbh as a woman I don't find think I'd find men or women swearing romantically attractive so there ya go. If a friend does it though I really don't mind however.
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