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Post Reply How Do men Feel about Women Swearing?
Posted 3/7/13

SMEXYPoppy wrote:

Not if every sentence consist of a curse word. But if she swears once in a while. I find it strangely cute. I know i'm weird. Haha


Oddly enough I agree, haha. I'm trying to stop cussing as much because it can become a habit I don't really want. But it's weird because if she just uttered a 'dammmit' every once in a while in a response to like tripping or something I'd just be like:



Now if she drops the 'f' bomb for those incidents I'll be like:



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Posted 3/7/13
I don't see what the big deal about explicit language is, but I don't use that language around children or in public as a courtesy to those who think it is a big deal. I would expect the same of anyone, regardless of their sex. Politeness and professionalism aren't contingent upon one's sex.
Posted 3/7/13
Well, I'm not a guy, so I can't speak for them, but if I ever accidentally swear, I'm super embarrassed! I guess I was just raised to keep my mouth clean :)

Of course, during "those moments" they might occasionally slip out...
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Posted 3/7/13
They better appreciate me if I still swear. It's an awful habit I developed. I don't use it in every sentence, but I'm still very tentative about it.
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Posted 3/7/13
Feels that same with as with anyone else.
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Posted 3/7/13
Not a fan. But if its in a joking way thats cool.
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Posted 3/7/13 , edited 3/7/13


If every other word out of someone's mouth involved cussing I probably wouldn't want to be around them regardless of anything relationship or gender-related. I'm not really against foul language most of the time but that just seems extreme to a potentially repulsive extent. I don't really see why this question should apply to women any more than men.
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Posted 3/7/13
I like the first picture there. Thats what i always go through!
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Hmm... I wonder!
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Posted 4/7/13
i dont mind at all aslong as it isnt too vulgar and all the time. what i really dont like is a girl who smokes... eewugh :s
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Posted 4/8/13
Personally...It kinda turns me on.

If I can do it, it shocks the shit out of me if she willingly does it without shame. I love an open mind. And I LOVE open mouths...
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Posted 4/8/13
It's a complete double standard for me, but i don't like it when women cuss.
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Posted 4/9/13
I don't like it when anyones speech involves cursing every other word. Otherwise I don't see the problem with a curse word here or there. They're words usually used to express dislike/anger/negative emotions. Why is it only acceptable for men to have foul mouths? Thats just dumb and silly, in fact when I hear a guy say he specifically doesn't like itwhen women curse I go ahead and do it anyway.
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Posted 4/9/13
it's not attractive at all
Posted 4/9/13 , edited 4/9/13
Why didn't you just title it as how do you feel about other people swearing? Is it especially bad if a woman has a dirty mouth or something? But personally, I don't mind if they curse a lot as long as they know when not to, in front of kids for example. I wouldn't understand why they'd feel the need to express such negative words in every sentence though.
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Posted 4/9/13
I'm not really a fan of people with a foul mouth in general. I'm totally fine with it unless it's all the time and completely vulgar. I think people should be mindful of where they are and who is around them though when they cuss.

On the other hand... to respond to the OP's title, I think it's adorable when a girl who never cusses, swears once in a while.
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