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LazzyFox LazzyFox 41-45, F 25 Answers May 10, 2012

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The 'N' word, and it really doesn't matter who says it or under what circumstances. I still get the same sick feeling in the pit of my stomach that I did when I heard it as a child.

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I'm with you. I know all the politics of "own the word", etc and it does not matter. That is a vile word.

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tax

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Words aren't offensive in themselves, it's the intent behind the word that often offends.

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i am not easily offended. it would take more than a single word.

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the word most. Anyone who ends their sentences with it has absolutely no sensitivity whatsoever.

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boob.

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activist

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It is a hard *C* word. Ugh.

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Bored. Especially when spoken by youngsters. Only boring people get bored!

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Absolutely true!

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Thanks. I was raised in the country, and I remember being shocked at how many times I heard this after I got older.. My Mom had a cure for boredom..it was called chores!

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b****

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"No", nobody should be able to say that word to me. I find it extremely offensive!

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Cant, no such word as cant, only wont

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Before 30: Stupid.<br />
Before 60: Arrogant.<br />
Now: Racist<br />
They don't offend me, but they<br />
cause me to learn and learn...

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anything that's a racial slur.

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I have no idea why, but words don't offend me. Not even curse words.

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Moist.

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That reminds me of the show "Dead Like Me"

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This word makes me laugh out loud every time.

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no

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foie gras

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um<br />
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ignorant<br />
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honey<br />
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love

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