I So Tired Of Hearing The "f" Word Everywhere

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    All Swearing Annoys Me

    I don't think the F-word is any worse than any of the other nasty words I hear every day. Swearing is just annoying, no matter what the word that is being used is. In fact, it kind of annoys me when people use words like "fudge" or "shoot" that are really just variations of swear...
    iloveicecream iloveicecream
    18-21, F
    3 Responses Jul 15, 2010

    Words

    Dirty words reveal our character, our upbringing (and therefore reflect on our families), show our lack of intelligence, imagination, class, and respect for others. Instead of making you sound "grown-up" , they make you sound childish and immature, and impress no one of any...
    jburns1947 jburns1947
    61-65, F
    5 Responses Feb 28, 2010

    We have a beautiful and expressive language,

    there are so many better words!
    HelenInTheUK HelenInTheUK
    56-60, F
    1 Response Feb 1, 2015

    Excuse Me..

    I work in a very public world with an host of different cultures and personhoods. Trying to communicate with some is a nightmare at times. No grammar, but fluent in fillers such as the "f" word. No imagination! They can sure spell this word. It seems to add gravity to their...
    crisscrossing crisscrossing
    51-55
    1 Response Jan 29, 2012

    Air Pollution

    I understand the concept of free expression.  I also understand that sometimes "drat" just isn't a strong enough cussword.But people, please.The other day I was on the bus.  Behind me were two different people, bellowing into their phones.  One was salting his conversation...
    Plaid Plaid
    31-35, F
    4 Responses Sep 3, 2011

    Swearing The F Word

    its so sad now that almost everyone says the F word, i dont find it funny i find it pathetic whats the point in swearing????? I just dont get it. I catch myself swearing everynow again but only when i hurt myself but i try not too. But in conversation its just stupidity and...
    missXbonzo missXbonzo
    26-30, F
    4 Responses Jul 10, 2010

    Substitution.

    I don't like those bad words, but I can deal just fine with substitutions. If someone says for example "freakin'" or "effin" everyone will know what word you are actually thinking and will get the impact of your feeling. No need to actually say those words that get bleeped out...
    katnipkitkat katnipkitkat
    41-45, F
    Jul 27, 2012

    .........really?

    **** that. It's necessary to get your point across sometimes. I see no problem with people expressing themselves using such language....as long as it's not around the children. But really? Who cares? I'm sure there's something that YOU do that annoys people. Would you stop doing...
    RationalCutie RationalCutie
    22-25, F
    2 Responses Oct 20, 2012

    Lilt Said It All

    Lilt said it all before I had a chance to.  I started this group after taking several modes of public transit this weekend.  The language I heard was not, unfortunately, unusual.  I just wish people would stop being so lazy and start using other adverbs and...
    Francescanolonger Francescanolonger
    46-50, F
    1 Response Feb 2, 2010

    Swearing.

    before i get accused of being a hypocrite...i just wanna say that i do use this word sometimes. in my speech and in my writing to express my anger and frustration. but i joined this group becoz i do get tired of hearing it in casual conversation as a synonym for "umm"...i don't...
    TheRealMimi TheRealMimi
    31-35, F
    3 Responses Mar 9, 2010

    So Much Bad Language

     I am so sick of hearing people swearing , I have grown up in some hard times and less than "select" areas in my life. I was what you would call a hard man , But somehow never found the need to come out with bad language, especially not in front of women and children , as...
    alvin521 alvin521
    61-65, M
    14 Responses Feb 16, 2010

    Fine!

    Now isn't that just as bad as saying ef U? LOL, well maybe nor as bad,...but when you tell your children something for their own good they and go back and forth and back and forth and they end up saying FINE! Just to end the debate, it really steams me. ( My son knows...
    PrettyOldSoul PrettyOldSoul
    41-45, F
    1 Response Sep 3, 2011

    F*u*c*k

    How and when,  did this word become acceptable to use in regular conversation?   I think it's a pathetic substitute for real adjectives.   We have dumbed-down our communication skills to the point of idiocy.    Hey, neighbor kid,  how was...
    Lilt Lilt
    46-50
    52 Responses Feb 1, 2010

    Everyday Word

    Generally, people in the area where I live didn't use the 'f' word that much until around the late 1980s, but since then it's become an everyday word for a lot of people, especially the younger ones. They say it so often it's become a habit and they burt it out in inappropriate...
    mistygrey mistygrey
    41-45, F
    5 Responses Mar 1, 2012
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