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    How often does everyone swear? Are you like me, who only swears when driving or in special circumstances, or do you have a true potty mouth? If you swear, what is your favourite swear word/phrase? I tend to use "fuck me".

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    I usually only do if I've stubbed my toe or come close to a car accident. My words are "oh effin-A" lol Which now that I think about it doesn't really make sense if I actually said the words

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    I don't swear that often. I might if I'm really angry at someone or myself.

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    i only swear in frustrating situations where i could have done otherwise to avoid it. for insults i prefer sarcasm.
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    I don't swear much. I have friends that swear like sailors, and honestly, though I love them, it gets tiresome to listen to after a while.
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    I have a great affinity for the term "fucktard". It captures the essence of so many people so well.

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    I remember spending my summers with my cousin and they had no hang ups at all about swearing. It was always so surreal to me. I mean it was fun at first but then it was just odd. Like my 6 year old younger cousin yelling "I don't wan't f*&%ing pancakes for breakfast!" Plus I would ALWAYS end up slipping up when I got back home after an extended stay there. Not good.


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    Quote Originally Posted by juggernaut View Post
    I have a great affinity for the term "fucktard". It captures the essence of so many people so well.
    That is my personal favorite as well. Since I only learned it recently from this Marine friend of mine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Curious1 View Post
    I usually only do if I've stubbed my toe or come close to a car accident. My words are "oh effin-A" lol Which now that I think about it doesn't really make sense if I actually said the words
    Close to a car accident and when driving behind an old person. haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryNTP View Post
    I remember spending my summers with my cousin and they had no hang ups at all about swearing. It was always so surreal to me. I mean it was fun at first but then it was just odd. Like my 6 year old younger cousin yelling "I don't wan't f*&%ing pancakes for breakfast!" Plus I would ALWAYS end up slipping up when I got back home after an extended stay there. Not good.
    Too funny.

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