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#1
Do you like when people swear and say ****(any bad words)??

just wondered because I heard some people say even if they do swear and say **** all the time, they don't like other people swearing and saying bad words all the time.
and btw I don't like it either .................
Last edited by hayan at Feb 12, 2009,
#4
I don't mind, and I swear all the time so even if I did I'd be a hypocrite to hold it against them. Of course I don't swear in formal situations though.
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For the love of god...That's not what the damn thing is about! Why is it that so many Americans don't even know their own damn constitution?

Anyways, I don't really mind when other people curse their heads off for no reason. It just makes them sound ignorant. I try to stay away from the more severe curse words unless I'm really upset about something, but the minor ones, "damn" and "ass" especially, tend to roll off my tongue frequently.
#9
Stop ****ing swearing.

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#10
Doesn't bother me when they have a valid reason for it, but people who swear a lot to tend to just look like they aren't intelligent enough to come up with a proper sentence.
#12
i use ****ing to put emphasis on a point of something i am communicating, and to be funny
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#13
There's a time and a place but most of the time I use them. Mainly to accentuate a point or to attempt comedy. I don't mind other people saying them as long as they don't over do it.
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For the love of god...That's not what the damn thing is about! Why is it that so many Americans don't even know their own damn constitution?

Anyways, I don't really mind when other people curse their heads off for no reason. It just makes them sound ignorant. I try to stay away from the more severe curse words unless I'm really upset about something, but the minor ones, "damn" and "ass" especially, tend to roll off my tongue frequently.




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#15
Fuck the fucking fuckers
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For the love of god...That's not what the damn thing is about! Why is it that so many Americans don't even know their own damn constitution?

Anyways, I don't really mind when other people curse their heads off for no reason. It just makes them sound ignorant. I try to stay away from the more severe curse words unless I'm really upset about something, but the minor ones, "damn" and "ass" especially, tend to roll off my tongue frequently.

I kinda agree on that one.
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#17
I swear a lot, but I also realize it makes me look ignorant to those who might not know me. Cursing is useless and simultaneously versatile.
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#19
I don't really notice when other people do it. Although I have noticed myself throwing around the word cunt a bit too frivolously, which I probably shouldn't do in polite company
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#20
The only reason I'm not going to swear in this thread is because you're cute as fuck, and I don't want to annoy you.
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#21
i love the part in beerfest when indian guy is playing ping pong and loses his point and has to drink a beer. he downs it in like a second and then says: how do you like that, ****head?

and then the german guys drinks his beer and eats the glass while saying (with the accent): how do you like that, head****?
#22
I dont mind when other people do it but when every other word is swearing it makes you sound unintelligent imo.
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#24
Doesnt bother me, i swear often.
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It's usually an ugly use of language, which I dislike.
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#29
Can't trust someone that doesn't cuss

They're fucking hiding something
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#32
it gets old after awhile
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#34
Meh, swearing used to mean someone was pretty angry. Now, people seem to use it as an audible form of punctuation, largely because they don't think before beginning to speak.
#35
I don't really care if people swear when they have really been screwed over some how and want to add emphasis, but it's annoying if they are like:
"OMFG Mom these ****ing waffles need some more ****ing syrup"
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#36
It does irritate me a little bit, but I'm not like "oh, he said bad word #11." Some of my friends use it every other word. It seems to be a bad habit more than anything. I hardly use any profanity in public. That includes close friends. They can do what they want. There are times when it's useful though, it really helps convey emotion sometimes or gets a point across.

What really gets me is when people I don't know talk to me like that... I want to deck them.
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For the love of god...That's not what the damn thing is about! Why is it that so many Americans don't even know their own damn constitution?

Anyways, I don't really mind when other people curse their heads off for no reason. It just makes them sound ignorant. I try to stay away from the more severe curse words unless I'm really upset about something, but the minor ones, "damn" and "ass" especially, tend to roll off my tongue frequently.


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#40
Something I don't understand is how kids curse in front of their parents or adults in general, really. I'd be the last to call them on it because they're not really hurting anybody, but I was brought up being told not to curse at all. I'm almost physically unable to curse in front of any type of authority figure. That's an exaggeration, of course, but you get what I'm saying.
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