I don't mind the f word being used but I absolutely hate the c word!!!!
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15-02-2012 18:03 #21
15-02-2012 18:59 #22
I do it if I want. If people are offended by these words (and I don't usually use them in nasty, horrible ways, though I did once because I was angry about people who are complete jerks who said nasty things about my daughter - so they deserved it IMO)... they can always block me/unfriend me/stop my posts from showing up for them.
I have WAY more issue with some of the crap that takes me ages to read... "spndn tym wiv ma bay-b..." etc. OMG it makes me want to punch them!
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15-02-2012 19:12 #23
Doesn't bother me. What we consider 'swear words' these days are on the way out. I listened to a swear word expert talking at a conference and she was talking about how taboo language has moved from religious (damn, Jesus, etc) to sexual (f**k and c**t) and is now moving to the 'isms' (f*g, n*****r). I personally find the latter far more offensive than the f bomb.
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15-02-2012 19:17 #24Guest Guest
Fearless leader no idea what those last words are??
It doesn't bother me, but I'm a trash mouth myself, something I need to change quickly cause my toddler is picking up on it :/
15-02-2012 19:22 #25
15-02-2012 19:26 #26
15-02-2012 19:33 #27
No real problem with an f-bomb. I just *tsk* internally and move on.
A c-bomb gets people deleted (if there weren't close friends - they might just be un-subscribed)
I don't like that one....
15-02-2012 19:37 #28
I don't care if people say either - I'd be a hypocrite if I did! They're not saying it AT me. If I didn't want to read it, I'd have to delete quite a few friends! (I don't believe in hiding anyone - whats the point of being friends if you don't even communicate?)
My boss sent me a friend request and I told her I'd only accept if she understood that I occasionally use swears!
15-02-2012 19:37 #29
Doesn't worry me.
I agree Fearless Leader - I find those words much more offensive.
I find text speak incredibly irritating.
15-02-2012 19:43 #30
Honestly....grammar errors bug me WAYYYY more than swearing.
The biggest annoyance is "your" instead of "you're".
I have approximately 105 Facebook friends and none of them ever use the 'C' word (seriously, never ever). The use of the word f$ck doesn't bother me.
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