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Posted 10/28/16 , edited 10/28/16
my recent encounter with another user of this forums who like to reply to another user's post by including the F word in the reply..

this is interesting..i didn't know they will not censor out profanity in this forums

the encountered reminded me of this parody video

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Cenk Uygur Freak-Out Meltdown! (The Young Turks Parody)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lsVONO75utI

"when you use the F word you know it's real talk "

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I'm not going to argue with you, but this is just my opinion.

It isn't that fuck makes what you are saying any more serious.

At the same time, saying fuck doesn't make what you are saying any less serious.

And, when I use the word fuck, it's because I like it. It feels good, and sounds good, and I like it.

My belief is that all curse words don't have any really negative meaning unless you intend them this way. If I call you a fucking asshole, that may be offensive.... I mean, I'm insulting you. If I say my fucking asshole it bleeding, I'm talking about anatomy, and I use the word fucking because I have strong feelings about it. I mean, who the fuck wouldn't have strong feelings about their asshole bleeding?

So, my opinion is that you can offend someone and be an asshole just as much without cursing, and curse words don't really mean that you are cursing someone out or that you are being offensive. I mean, how is, "Damn, I fucking love you man" offensive? It isn't.

These words were somewhat arbitrarily chosen to be profane by society. Though religion often pushes to not curse, the Bible actually doesn't say anything about word choice and only focuses on meaning behind the words.

In short, the only reason to avoid curse words is to not offend others who have absolutely no legitimate reason to be offended in the first place.
Posted 10/28/16
Like Patrick said
They're 'sentence enhancers'
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Posted 10/28/16

AnimeAddictANN69 wrote:

my recent encounter with another user of this forums who like to reply to another user's post by including the F word in the reply..

this is interesting..i didn't know they will not censor out profanity in this forums

the encountered reminded me of this parody video

at 0:30

Cenk Uygur Freak-Out Meltdown! (The Young Turks Parody)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lsVONO75utI

"when you use the F word you know it's real talk "



I'd also like to state, for the record, that generally, if someone asks me not to, or gets offended by cursing, I try not to do it.

Having smoked a cigarette and pondered my actions, I now realize that I was being insulting, and you responded in kind. Rather than being mature about the situation, I became more offensive.

So, I'd like to apologize. I was kind of a douche. I shouldn't have been.
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Fuck the fucking fuckers.

https://youtu.be/cnDUqof1KoM
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i dont like the f word

unless it's french fries
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Sogno- wrote:

i dont like the f word

unless it's french fries


French fries are fuckin' fantastic
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I always thought that censoring profanity was stupid as hell. Censorship in general is usually retarded but censoring profanity is probably the most stupid. Using words like "Fuck" and "Shit" are usually used to emphasize stuff. Why are they even considered "bad words?" I guess I just don't really understand (as per usual)
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I have gone through a lot of effort to sense my words to understand the perceptual issues with each. All words fucking suck unless you overcome any negativity forever. This can be meant literally as one not only programs themselves with words, they also create more to themselves as they are able to become mega conscious beings that encompass more than 1 individual. I used to consider fuck to be a curse word, then I realized curse isn't someone I seek to experience and began figuring out them as they are, absent of pre-biasing because of dictionary dictating meaning to others.
Now I'd rather never again be blindly utilizing myself wastefully to stir others with any words, as was another way in which I once was considering my use for fuck as one might notice in the 2nd sentence of this posting.
Additionally, I notice that word associations, which words like fuck and shit might have until you undo them, also cause flashes of awareness of all connotations one sticks to until one undoes these distractions.
To each there own, while I believe in all mythology being real and important towards evolution. The humanity being those partway between remaking their forms having difficulty with pausing to talk too much in their process of definition. In this way, each word can be a curse word if you are negative.
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lorreen wrote:


Sogno- wrote:

i dont like the f word

unless it's french fries


French fries are fuckin' fantastic


REPORTED

YOU SAID THE F WORD!!

FRICK!!!!!
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Posted 10/28/16

Velvet_Crowe wrote:

Like Patrick said
They're 'sentence enhancers'


That's *dolphin noises*-ing right!
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Posted 10/28/16 , edited 10/28/16

Elk_Whisperer wrote:


lorreen wrote:


Sogno- wrote:

i dont like the f word

unless it's french fries


French fries are fuckin' fantastic


REPORTED

YOU SAID THE F WORD!!

FRICK!!!!!


I'm sorry but there is just something so fucking captivating about your avatar. That bird looks so fat and happy with life.
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Posted 10/28/16 , edited 10/28/16
I was surprised to learn people are still offended by it, to be honest. It's pretty innocuous, and it serves a unique purpose when it is used in a sentence. It doesn't have historical (or modern) baggage, like many curse words do. And most alternatives are just arbitrary stand-ins; saying "fricking" or "effing" is evoking the word, just not saying it. But why not just say it? If it's meaning is inoffensive enough that we can substitute other f-words in without complaint, then there is nothing wrong with what it means -- just the sounds: fʌk.
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Posted 10/28/16 , edited 10/28/16
People drop f bombs so much now that swear words no longer carry any weight.
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Posted 10/30/16 , edited 10/30/16

kevz_210 wrote:

People drop f bombs so much now that swear words no longer carry any weight.


true

during a discussion/debate when they started it .. that's when i don't see the point of the discussion

like the recent bum bashing of a homeless woman protecting Trump star

the SJW who recorded and uploaded the incident closed down his/her youtube/facebook/twitteraccounts after negaive comments on this accounts

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-vbGDWUFK2c

when they switched over the FUCK, BITCH, etc.. the conversation/debate is lost

because after a while when their FUCKs didn't seem to do anything to you.. then physical assault will most likely to follow

health insurance premium went up for 2017.. so i don't want to get up with a huge medical bill .

how the high class so easily offended





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