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Posted 12/16/12
I don't mind it, however girls that talk in slang is a HUGE turn-off.
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I don't think constantly every sentence is attractive, or when kids or other people are around it's not courteous at all. But otherwise, I don't really care.
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If it's called for, for me tends to be cute when they don't swear on a normal basis and only do it in times of great emotion.
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tinamarie101 wrote:


CLarose wrote:


tinamarie101 wrote:

Whats the difference between a women swearing and a pregnant teenager swearing?

If someone can answer that for me, that'd be great cause for how things seem to work lately. If a pregnant teenager swears she's considered as "immature" how is it any different for any adult women?


What are you talking about? I sure more people would consider a pregnant teenager immature for being a teenager with a baby in her belly, not for swearing, heh.


Well you see im 17 and pregnant right now. & i can see where ppl would say/think that cause we're less experienced in life. But if there is one thing I noticed. I have been judged on maturity by spelling and swearing, things like that. Spelling is just knowledge.. Just cause I cant spell a few words doesn't mean I am not capable of carrying a baby to term or being a great mother. And then If you were seen swearing someone out, you're immature. I don't swear but I know other pregnant teens who do.


Well maturity and intelligence do go hand in hand and if a person appears uneducated based on their lack of vocabulary or spelling skills, it makes sense that they would appear unfit to be a mother. Parents are responsible for their child's education and if they dont set the standard for their child by showing their child the importance of education, who else will?

As far as pregnant women in general swearing, a pregnant mother shouldnt be constantly elevating her mood in a negative way. That causes stress hormones to affect the unborn baby in all kinds of ways.
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Its common and unsightly.
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I can't say that i would be turned on or off by a woman swearing. I personally swear quite often in my home and with friends/some of my family. You just need to know who is okay with it and when/where its okay to use some words, and ill be fine with you.
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The_Libertarian_Otaku wrote:


BearSol wrote:

If they spoke English but swore in French, I'd fall in love.


Seal in French is "phoque" (Pronounced "fuck).


Cao means fuck in Chinese, but it's pronounced cow.

So don't go around asking for some cow unless you really mean it.
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unless you are a masochistic and the other person is sadistic then i think its pretty decent relationship
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21 / M / With Lucina
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Posted 12/17/12
so they're cursing like pirates?
I'll be kind of weirded out tbh
maybe its because I don't swear that much
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hm depends on how much they do it like any other person if they do it 24/7 then I will dislike them and try to avoid them, but if they only do it when their telling a joke or something every once in a while that's fine. Same for guys.
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I realize I'm not a man and this question isn't directed towards me, but I'm answering it anyway.
I wouldn't say I find swearing "attractive", but I certainly don't have any issues with swearing at all. I really couldn't, I swear far too much for my own good as it is, I have little room to judge. I certainly won't assume they're a less being for swearing.
I don't really have any issues with the way people speak.
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As long as people express themselves well with their words, profanity or not, I think it's a measure of intelligence, and in a woman, that would be attractive to me.
Posted 12/17/12

CalifCat wrote:

So if you had a girlfriend/female friend, and about every other word or the majority of her speech she was saying swear words, is that attractive?


I don't really mind swearing, but that much, I think, would tend to annoy me regardless of gender. So no, not attractive.
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Mmmm...I think they're okay, or at least most of the guys I know are fine with me. Though I rarely talk to people and I'm shy, so when I curse most people are surprised. I used replacement words like shiz and freak. It helps me from using the real words out loud, since I don't like people staring at me for cursing since I rarely do unless I'm angry or pissed.
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