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    (Original post by SoulfulBoy)
    90% I'm amongst young british people I hear "****" about 8 times each forty seconds. It's a record! What might be causing that?
    1-Low level of education (thus little vocabulary)
    2-Permanent state of anger
    3- This is your opinion wich I am asking


    I meant **** but the moderator censored me. Typical of TSR. :rolleyes:
    Get a life. Used to work for two guys from Oxbridge who you to swear 10 times more than my mates did. Doesn't mean **** all you ****ing scrotum.
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    (Original post by SoulfulBoy)
    I wanted to be shockingly mind-blowing.:cool:
    Well, you didn't.
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    These are just words used by the ****tards that can't ****ing express themselves propery. Ya get me blad?
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    (Original post by effofex)
    I wouldn't put my tongue near one.
    That's good to know.
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    I would argue that the band Machine Head use it more...
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    TBH, most Americans I talk to are just as bad if not worse(over VoIP, IM and in YT videos).
    Don't really think the country has anything to do with it, and if it does, I guess swearing a superfluous amount just caught on.
    It's better, imo, for people to take no notice when you swear than to be in my case, where when I want to express my anger no on focuses on why I'm angry but how it's the first time they've heard me swore(I wouldn't say I'm a calm person, it just sounds awkward when I try to use words casually).
    EMZ=]
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    (Original post by Catch 22)
    Well, you didn't.
    I did. That's why you have said that. :cool:
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    (Original post by SoulfulBoy)
    You won't get offended if I say that I'm ****ingly hard and I want to give you ****ing hard sex, will you? Hypocrisy, I guess.
    I wouldn't take offence to someone saying it across a forum no, maybe in real life! But not because of the swearing.. Just because of the blunt-ness. Hypocrisy? I think not.
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    (Original post by Catch 22)
    Get a life. Used to work for two guys from Oxbridge who you to swear 10 times more than my mates did. Doesn't mean **** all you ****ing scrotum.
    Oxbridge is full of phony retards too. And that's a fact.
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    (Original post by Tootles)
    Of course it is, it's Anglo-Saxon and wasn't a swear word at all. But you have to face it; it is now.

    I meant there's a place you can swear, but you need to subscribe in order to get in.

    Now, go home. You're rubbish.
    I'm rubbish. Phonies like you can always get worse.
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      (Original post by SoulfulBoy)
      I'm rubbish. Phonies like you can always get worse.
      Phonies, eh?
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      (Original post by SoulfulBoy)
      Women must be happy with your tongue.:cool:
      They usually look like they're having a fit when I get going :sexface:
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      It's a typical British attitude of theirs. Tries to make them look good, which is a sad sight to see.
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      Swearing is supposed to raise your pain threshold :dontknow:
      I'm assuming people who swear a lot in conversation are merely in pain because of the idiocy of their company.
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      "****" is one of the most versatile words in the English language next to "set". Think about it.
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      Because it's a really useful word for describing a multitude of things, and can be used as an expletive, noun, adjective, verb, and if you are really creative, an adverb
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      I find it really off putting and unattractive in a guy. Well actually the same goes for both sexes.
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      In my case, a permanent state of anger, not a lack of vocabulary. I gave up using creative insults and so on when I realised that the people I was talking to had no idea what I was saying. Short and sweet. :lol: But yeah, I probably do have a swearing problem. Now please, go ahead and judge me, you wouldn't be the first. :lol:
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      (Original post by SoulfulBoy)
      90% I'm amongst young british people I hear "****" about 8 times each forty seconds. It's a record! What might be causing that?
      1-Low level of education (thus little vocabulary)
      2-Permanent state of anger
      3- This is your opinion wich I am asking


      I meant f . u . c. k but the moderator censored me. Typical of TSR. :rolleyes:
      A MESSAGE TO ALL NEG REPPERS: HATERS GONNA HATE!!!
      LOLLOLOLOLOLOLOLLLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL .

      Therefore, at university you will not hear prolific use of the word '****', yes?

      UNI STUDENTS SWEAR TOO YOU KNOW. I'VE HEARD THEM
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      Over to you FRY

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_osQvkeNRM
     
     
     
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