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Posted 12/17/12
It's snazzy and funny at the right moments, so I don't really mind.

I don't like it when people curse ALL the time, though. Guy OR girl. It just doesn't seem classy at all.
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Posted 12/17/12
I think it shows a lack of class, I don't curse around women so why should they curse around me
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Posted 12/19/12
Don't like anyone swearing out of place. I feel there is something wrong when swearwords become common language that they use in almost every sentence. However I don't think never swearing is right either. There is a time and place for everything. I never really swear but when I do my friends know I mean it.
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Posted 12/19/12
no, i fucking hate it.
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M / Delaware, U.S.
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Posted 12/19/12

BearSol wrote:


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.


C (assuming you're using the pinyin romanization) is pronounced "ts" in Chinese.

Much of Chinglish comes from a character pronounced "gan4" (The 4 represents a tone, not the actual number)

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Posted 12/19/12
I don't like people who cuss every other word, as a generality. Being female doesn't make it any better.
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Posted 12/19/12
It wouldnt bug me, but if every other word is a swear word then we may have a bit of a problem here ._.

Id like a girl who swears to be honest...most of the female friends ive had just glare angrily at me whenever i swear o_o
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Posted 12/24/12

"Cao means fuck in Chinese, but it's pronounced cow." No ts, but a k sound.

Trust me, it's not Chinglish. I learned all my Chinese swear words IN China. Well, I learned all my Chinese in China.

I do understand your confusion with the C though. Cesuo means bathroom, but the C is spoken as an S. Pinyin is fail imo. Much like how Qingdao beer uses a TS instead of a Q on their bottles, but never do you see it written without a Q anywhere else in China, or at least I haven't. It's not even pronounced with a TS. It's pronounced with a CH. Then they use a T for dao, even though it's pronounced with a D.

Sorry, I got lost in a rant. Ignore that paragraph.


It's cool. I still spell Mao's name "Tse-tung" instead of "Zedong" merely because I encountered the old romanization first.

Chinglish? I was talking about something else (i.e., English errors in Chinese ads and product design. The "gan4" bit was in an article on Cracked.)

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Posted 12/24/12
don't find it attractive, and if it is used it should only be used appropiately
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24 / M / Norway
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Posted 12/24/12
Why should I care more if it's a woman swearing or a man? I don't mind casual swearing. Dumb thread.
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41 / M / Texas
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Posted 12/24/12
i see no prob bob with girls cussing
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Posted 12/25/12
Every now and again is completely acceptable, when it is excessive though, not so much.
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20 / M / Seattle
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Posted 12/25/12
It depends in what way and how often. I mean, I wouldn't like it if they were swearing like a sailor that would be quite a turnoff. However, if she never ever swore, then I'd think she's a prude or something.
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19 / M / Finland
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Posted 12/26/12
My fiancee probably swears more than me (and I swear kinda a lot myself) not like every other word though. But in Finnish culture -swearing isn't all that rude behavior. In a casual life/situations mild swearing isn't seen as vile behavior but it's a different case if you're in official situations.
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Posted 12/26/12
It's not nice, but hey.. Who doesn't swear?
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20 / M / Canada
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Posted 12/26/12
Nope, definitely not attractive. It's frightening. lol. If she swears like crazy, thats a major turn off. Me, personally, I only hang around girls who ony say a swear word maybe once or twice a week (at least when Im around)
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