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    Tbh I don't use the C word but I'm not offended by it either, I find the word wench worse.

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    I love using it. I love all swear words in general. (not in front of DS though, my goodness it takes all my power to not swear when driving though)

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    I think it is the way it is pronounced. D*ck head has 2 syllables, whereas c* nt has just the 1, so it sounds a lot more harsh when it gets yelled at you.... That's what I think anyway
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    I guess I will be the odd one out and say I do find it offensive. I just think of it as something bogan teen males yell at each other : /

    I don't really know why it's worse to me than d!ck head but it just is. I would personally never say it and I would be appalled if dh or my kids ever came out with it.

    I don't usually swear any way. I don't see the need to unless I jam my finger or stub my toe lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by austmum View Post
    I guess I will be the odd one out and say I do find it offensive. I just think of it as something bogan teen males yell at each other : /
    No you're right. I did forget to mention that I too, am very offended by this word. I can not think of a lot or words that are worse than the C word

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    I try to avoid it, but that's only because I'm scarred from sending MIL a text with the C word in it! (accidentally).

    I do like it, actually. It's got so much power behind it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michelle_N View Post
    Personally I think women should own it...I find no issues with the word...it's just as bad as fu*k and d1ck and they are usually said in the same context. Just another word IMO. I don't use it if people find it offensive but then I usually dont swear in front of people anymore...but if front of DP when the kiddies are in bed...well hooley dooely!!
    Agree!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveInTheBed View Post
    yep -- A sheath...as in what a sword goes in.

    So a woman's genitals are simply a place for a man to keep his trusty genitals.

    I prefer 'penis passage' myself

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    I do not consider myself to be a vagina. I have one. I dont want to be reduced to only my sexual parts.

    Its not just a word, it never is just a word. No one ever takes offence at the wors just because it's a word, it's the intent behind the word all the things it's supposed to mean in context. Anyword can be just as offensive when you say it with a certain tone !!! That's my opinion. I don't like it as much as I don't like any other derogatory words meant with malice.

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    I don't know why it originally became more offensive than other words, but I only expect to hear it if there's a huge amount of venom behind it. So it's not really the word but the taboo of saying it. If I ever said it to someone it would mean "Game on, I'm going to ***** you up!"

    I personally hate c*ckhead. Can't stand it.


 
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