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Posted 4/9/13
I'd get annoyed if it's literally every-other word, especially if the curse words seem randomly thrown in; however, if it's more like the language of Revy from Black Lagoon, I can get used to it and even join in. Even so, I still wouldn't care for it all of the time. Cursing can easily make a conversation sound more emotional that it really is, which can be confusing. Also, the amount of attention that cursing tends to draw may make me feel uncomfortable.
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Let's face it, I think majority of people swear these days. I'm a girl, and I swear a lot, but not like in every sentence, more like just a slip of the tongue. In my opinion, yeah it's unattractive for girls to swear in every sentence, but it's even more unattractive if the girl, or any person, is inconsiderate of who he/she's talking to.
Posted 4/10/13
If I were to stop, it wouldn't be for anyone but me.
Likewise, I wouldn't want to cuss to piss someone off.
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It depends on the ocasion its like a drinker its OK to deal with an ocassional drinker o social drinker but not an alcoholic
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I make swearing look so cunting fashionable. Which reminds me, cunt is a horribly underused word especially among women. This needs to be rectified.
Posted 4/10/13
Personally don't mind it, up to her

Zachman wrote:

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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On your screen.
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Swearing is not nice coming from anybody in my opinion, doesn't matter what the gender is.
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I don't really care much.

As long as it isn't TOO much. That can be annoying with chicks and dudes.
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cute if its on a rare occasion.



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Swearing always get on my nerves. All of the girls in my school swear, but I don't hear it that often.

Women who swear too much gets me annoyed.
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Swearing in general is evidence of bad manners, low intelligence, and a limited vocabulary.

There's a reason they call it an "expletive". An expletive is a word that contributes nothing to the meaning of the sentence. In this case, swearing contributes nothing except to be offensive.
Posted 4/10/13
I think it's cute
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imtheonlysane1here wrote:

Swearing in general is evidence of bad manners, low intelligence, and a limited vocabulary.


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Posted 4/10/13

Hairbelly wrote:


imtheonlysane1here wrote:

Swearing in general is evidence of bad manners, low intelligence, and a limited vocabulary.




I agree :O But sometimes when ur angry it just comes out y'know lol!
Posted 4/10/13

Hairbelly wrote:


imtheonlysane1here wrote:

Swearing in general is evidence of bad manners, low intelligence, and a limited vocabulary.




I don't see how it relates to intelligence at all? All my friends swear when we're all together, and none of us mind the langauge. But that doesn't necessarily mean we're stupid, most of my friends are medical students and engineers who are doing quite well in university.

I agree it's not a a very good manner, but there's a time and place for everything. So I don't see how it determines a person's intellectual level
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