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    What about being sworn at? One time that stands out, and prob why i find the " c" word "off" was when a gf and i were walking at night after a night out and a few blokes were yelling out " show us your "c" . Barf. Yes they were prob drunk but still.

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    No not really... I think it's from always being around kids?

    H does though (like every second word!) and I swear more now (pretty much never did before) since I met him

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    In my head, yes. But actually spoken,very very rarely. Yes, I'm strange I know. I don't judge other people for swearing at all. The words just don't feel right coming out of my mouth. Doesn't stop me from losing it at the kids - done just as easily without the choice words unfortunately

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    Yep. A lot! DH hates it and says the day DD1 says her first swear word he will blame me for it. Fair enough really. I try to not swear in front of the kids but I can't help it, it just flies out of my mouth

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    Not heaps. The word sh1t is probably the only one I say regularly. Occasionally say f___, never say c___. Anything milder than sh1t doesn't really rate as swearing to me so they don't count (e.g. 'Bloody', 'damn', 'bugger' etc is not swearing).

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    Yep. I seem to go through phases. I used to swear a lot when I worked in the city. Then we move here and I didn't swear so much. I swear more again now though. Not sure why as the majority of my friends don't. DH does and worse when he's had the mechanics in the workshop, so I'm blaming him! I think I probably swear more online than IRL though. I am not a big user of the C word. Something has to really hurt or p!ss me off to use it. But as for f@rk, Billy says it best. (I'm also fond of "what the fork" after watching The Good Place )

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    ETA, I don't swear around my kids. I know they will learn things at school, but hopefully not until later! DS heard f at school and asked me what it meant. I told him it was an adult word and he accepted it and hasn't said it again luckily
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tainted View Post
    Yep. I love the "c" word! I love how ridiculously offended people get by a word.
    I cringed just reading that.

    While I do a lot of f this, f that, f's sake, flying f, and wide creative array of all sorts of f's, never ever the c word. I'm very controlled so I don't ever slip up with my creative language.
    And my kids don't swear.

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    I swear like a sailor. I've been known to run across the office yelling "fudge" when things are going wrong I don't have a problem with the C word, use it quite liberally at home, but not in company.

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    I never swore UNTIL I had children. Now I swear that ffs is probably the first thing to come out of my mouth every day.

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