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I'm Scottish, swearing is punctuation to us! :lol:


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Not bothered unless she swears in every sentence.

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It depends on how much they swear. If a woman swears too much it's a turn off as you can find other ways to express yourself besides, swearing. If people swear once in a while it's ok but swearing is not cool or uncool.
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So when a man swears it is all right but when a woman does so it is "unmasculine?" (Asked for confirmation purposes.)

Of course excessive swearing is a turn off, whether a man or woman does the swearing.

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Oh of course women should go back to their little bubble of doing nothing and staying away from all the action of life just to be looked at as something pretty. You're all a joke. It's unattractive for anyone to swear unnecessarily all the time, but sometimes it's just how they were raised and see it as completely natural. No it does not mean you have a bad vocabulary or are unintelligent, get over yourself.

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That is sexist. So unbelievably sexist. I feel weird even replying to this since it is so ignorant, I feel like a real person couldn't possibly write it...
I don't know how that's sexist.
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I find it unappealing for anyone and everyone to be swearing in every sentence! It's really annoying..surely your vocabulary should be advanced to form a string of coherent sentences together without swearing by now?


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This really. I don't swear all that much, only really when annoyed. And when I do swear I never really use the f or c word, especially the c word...it's so vulgar :erm:
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(Original post by aspirinpharmacist)
Swearing has no correlation with intelligence, Stephen Fry swears constantly. I'd love to see you try and pass him off as stupid.
I hardly ever heard him swear. This is about both constantly and casually swearing not a one off or when your angry. The people who swore the most at my school were all chavs.
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(Original post by aspirinpharmacist)
Likewise. Me and my friend swear like sailors. I'm even worse than her, it's not until I'm in "polite mode" around lecturers and random adults I don't know, or children, that I realise how much I swear the rest of the time. I've managed to tone it down on the internet somehow, although I still swear more than other people would like. :lol: Honestly, people go on about slut-shaming with women, what about swear-shaming? If my male friends can mouth off, I bloody can. Words have the power you give them, one day my flatmates and I decided that a certain swear word was given a lot of power because people hardly ever said it, it ended up with two of my housemates shouting it to each other across the kitchen windows of our flats, since they were next to each other. Honestly, if someone were to swear at me, I'd be more hurt by their tone than their actual words. Like, my friend could jokingly call me a ***** and I wouldn't mind, but then someone else called me something which wasn't even a swear word and I was really hurt and seething for days. It's all about the emotions behind the use of the word, not the word itself. It has more power with people who rarely swear.
Who cares anyway! I don't see how there is a direct correlation between swearing and a lack of intelligence! I will continue as i do now
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You and me both
Oh well
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Who cares anyway! I don't see how there is a direct correlation between swearing and a lack of intelligence! I will continue as i do now
There's no correlation. It's what people with a massive issue with swearing tell themselves to make them feel superior.
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(Original post by PeaceTreaty)
I hardly ever heard him swear. This is about both constantly and casually swearing not a one off or when your angry. The people who swore the most at my school were all chavs.
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Turn off I guess I just think it's un characteristic for women to swear
The character of a person isn't anything to do with gender.
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I think I swear too much. Swearing when appropriate is good vocabulary, but using f*ck as a random adjective is lazy.

I wouldn't say I find it attractive, but I don't have a problem with it. I'd probably be more likely to be friends with a girl who swears a lot, but less likely to find them attractive.
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(Original post by aspirinpharmacist)
What part of "constantly" is too hard to grasp? The comedy with "swearing" was in context as well. I'm talking about people how swear every other sentence without reason, that's just stupid and annoying.
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I rarely swear, only when it slips out because I've done something stupid or stubbed my toe, or something.

I don't like hearing people swearing, but I guess that's just me :dontknow:
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There's no correlation. It's what people with a massive issue with swearing tell themselves to make them feel superior.
muahahahaha.
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(Original post by Pallas Athena)
So when a man swears it is all right but when a woman does so it is "unmasculine?" (Asked for confirmation purposes.)

Of course excessive swearing is a turn off, whether a man or woman does the swearing.

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This isn't about men swearing ,hence the title saying women who swear
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Swearing is the foundation of my hometowns vocab.

I occasionally say **** and ***** infront of my mum but i dont go around using the cusses for 90% of my sentences.

Also swear a lot infront of my bestfriend but thats completely normal in my eyes.

Like another person said, theres a time and place.
Swearings completely fine in my eyes, just not when its OTT. (I actually see parents swear at their kids of younger than 10 years old, also had some kids (think they were Pakistani or polish, if they're picking up swearing more than other english words then it just shows what my towns like ^^) they were about 4 and they were swearing like sailors. Talk about respect for your elders (i was with my gran).

honestly, women swearing isnt a big deal, its how the cusses are used which is the problem
You can't tell the difference between pakistanis and polish people ?
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(Original post by theoferdinand)
This isn't about men swearing ,hence the title saying women who swear
Oh, I can read just fine- I know what the title says.
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