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If you had asian immigrant parents, you would dare not curse in front of them.
A friend of mine only curses in extreme cases. His reasoning is that cursing shows that you have a poor vocabulary. w/e....though as you get older you realize that there's no real need or desire to curse in normal conversation.
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QUOTE(popogeejo @ May 5 2006, 08:15 AM) [snapback]390741[/snapback]
i guess the situation matters, u will not curse someone loudly in the middle of a crowded shopping centre right? itx immoral and insane...
Stupid maybe but Immoral? How's it Immoral?
Its not immoral...and you never said the F-bomb really loud in the middle of the mall before. You get a lot of evil eyes in your direction I swear, its no big deal. There is nothing wrong, its society that has the problem with it. And as for racial slurs it really depends on who i am with. There are many groups that I 'talk to', from the slayer kids to the rednecks in my school, it all depends. We have only one 'african american' in my school and the kid is 'whiter' than me .I say go ahead swear it up...
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i never used to cuss until i moved around to various... awful schools then i just made it a habit. still the words arn't "bad" necessarly(sp?) like b*tch d*mn sh*t h*ll etc... well really thats about all i say
i don't like racial words however. i lived in the south for a long time and it was just best not to say the "N" or anything. i also think children under 11-12 or so shouldn't be using cusswords. it scares me when i hear elementry students saying b*tch, f*ck and telling "Yo Mama" jokes
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I swear...a lot, my friends included. In french, I mean, but since I kinda live...outside of France (because Corsica is really special, in a good...or bad way), I know much less 'bad' words than actual french people do...*shudders* However, there's a limit, and some words that I don't like to pronounce at all, like the one that can be taken as an insult to gays : 'Enc*lé' (there are french people on the board, so you never know)...I hate that word, really.
In english, I don't like the word 'c*nt', but I'm not fond of the word 'p*ssy' either. Now, I don't mind using the words 'sh*t', 'f*ck', 'h*ll', etc...Nothin' bad with them, IMO.
I also hate to see children swear, but teenagers don't bother me at all, though like I already said, there's a limit (like racial insults and such).
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I've worked around cars and mechanics so long as to not be surprised by anything said anymore. I know guys who can't utter a single coherent sentence without a swear word in it. As far as kids go, to me it depends on what they say and at what age. If my 8-yr-old son asks me "What the hell is YOUR problem?", I'm gonna be considerably ticked off more for his attitude than for what he said. Now if he stands there and calls me an a**hole, then I'm gonna knock his block off, again, more for the lack of disrespect than for what he said. But kids are going to learn swear words, it can't be helped. Watch just about any prime-time TV program and I bet you'll come across a few 'swear' words in it (Hence why my 10-yr-old daughter asks things like 'What the hell is that?!' re: something that freaks her out.) I AM, however, amazed as all get out when my kids swear in Spanish simply because I didn't teach it to 'em!
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