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    (Original post by pinkangelgirl)
    Yeah I get what you mean.

    I have 2 guy mates who constantly use the 'F' word in every sentence.

    The bad thing is I pick things up really easily and ive caught myself saying the 'F' word far too much
    Proves exactly what I said on another thread about how dangerous socialising is because the majority of kids these days are bad behaved and swear etc so if you are in a group their is a large likelihood of being influenced in a bad way and I should know because my sister swears far too much, after going out too much with bad friends over the last few years and this also ruined her A-Level results because socialising gets in the way of academic success.
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    I think sometimes it's funny, but some people try to show off, just hit them round the face with a spatula x
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    I used to swear excessively. Thinking I was all big. Then I realized, I was making a fool of myself and decided to change, by not swearing.
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    I use swear words as much as I'd use any word really, so when they're needed.

    So in everyday life I'll say things like S***load or f****** hell as usual expressions.
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    I only swear whilst driving or watching Labour Politicians on the television
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    People fail to look hard while swearing 90% of the time
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    (Original post by A Cat)
    you ****in wot m8???
    LOL, some class right there
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    My everyday discourse is inspired by Malcolm Tucker.
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    Yeah.
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    Agreed, the odd swear word doesnt both me as I use them sometimes if im angry or have forgotten somethink etc but talking in a conversation I dont think swearing is appropiate at all. I find it quite tacky when you hear those people who swear in every other word, its like their having a conversation with themselves
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    I don't mind. But I don't understand how people can get really shocked by a swear word. Especially when it's not regarding them. It's just a f***** word, c****. I joke
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    It depends.

    Tbh who's actually really offended by swearing? There's a difference between using it to accentuate your point(e.g. it's ****ing ridiculous) than to use it because you feel the need to do it in every sentence. I watch my language around people simple as.

    I don't see why people complain about profanity so much. The problem is when they use it and it really doesn't suit them saying it like they're doing it to make them look hard.
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    gets on my f***ing t*ts

    but srsly, I don't like people saying the c word but I will say "s*** on it" or "f**** sake" under my breath because 1. I really like Friday Night Dinner and picked it up 2. People annoy me and it's better than yelling

    I will yell and roll my eyes at people who do it around kids. I want to start saying heavens to betsy and gordon bennett. Don't like blasphemy either so it's a safe option. Son of a motherless goat is also good.
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    As others in this thread have said, excessive use of the C word bothers me. It's so aggressive and unnecessary.
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    (Original post by arkhamz)
    Huh? Is it because it's originally a "swear word" aimed at women?
    Mmm not so much, it just doesn't sound particularly nice.


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    (Original post by LSD)
    Mmm not so much, it just doesn't sound particularly nice.


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    hmm fair enough
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    What annoys ME is when people swear on this discussion coz they think it's funny👿


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