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I can't find a logical reason to justify the <<taboo>> nature of cuss words.

I like soy milk. Like... chocolate and vanilla...


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The words themselves have nothing to do with anything. Actually, no words alone have anything. But us as people give them meaning. We have turned the term for, example, a female dog, into a insult that you shouldn't say. I for one, think that within moderation, most "bad words" are absolutely appropriate to use in certain circumstances. I (who is 12) am not censored at home and I am aloud to swear as long as it's not at people. But only at home. I'm not aloud to swear in public. But this is just my silly opinion...


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"DJTurkeyNoodles" wrote:

The words themselves have nothing to do with anything. Actually, no words alone have anything. But us as people give them meaning. We have turned the term for, example, a female dog, into a insult that you shouldn't say. I for one, think that within moderation, most "bad words" are absolutely appropriate to use in certain circumstances. I (who is 12) am not censored at home and I am aloud to swear as long as it's not at people. But only at home. I'm not aloud to swear in public. But this is just my silly opinion...


That's what I mean. I know you shouldn't insult people. But it is done anyway, that's something you can't stop.

Yet there are still insults outside of the -no no- group. My question is: Why are certain words taboo, when you can use other words to say the same thing?

In my opinion, cuss words only enrich the language.

I like soy milk. Like... chocolate and vanilla...


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"M8Master" wrote:



"DJTurkeyNoodles" wrote:


The words themselves have nothing to do with anything. Actually, no words alone have anything. But us as people give them meaning. We have turned the term for, example, a female dog, into a insult that you shouldn't say. I for one, think that within moderation, most "bad words" are absolutely appropriate to use in certain circumstances. I (who is 12) am not censored at home and I am aloud to swear as long as it's not at people. But only at home. I'm not aloud to swear in public. But this is just my silly opinion...


That's what I mean. I know you shouldn't insult people. But it is done anyway, that's something you can't stop.

Yet there are still insults outside of the -no no- group. My question is: Why are certain words taboo, when you can use other words to say the same thing?

In my opinion, cuss words only enrich the language.


Honestly, I have no clue... ( - :


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"DJTurkeyNoodles" wrote:

The words themselves have nothing to do with anything. Actually, no words alone have anything. But us as people give them meaning. We have turned the term for, example, a female dog, into a insult that you shouldn't say. I for one, think that within moderation, most "bad words" are absolutely appropriate to use in certain circumstances. I (who is 12) am not censored at home and I am aloud to swear as long as it's not at people. But only at home. I'm not aloud to swear in public. But this is just my silly opinion...
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"DJTurkeyNoodles" wrote:


The words themselves have nothing to do with anything. Actually, no words alone have anything. But us as people give them meaning. We have turned the term for, example, a female dog, into a insult that you shouldn't say. I for one, think that within moderation, most "bad words" are absolutely appropriate to use in certain circumstances. I (who is 12) am not censored at home and I am aloud to swear as long as it's not at people. But only at home. I'm not aloud to swear in public. But this is just my silly opinion...
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I apologize for my grammar mistake but was it really that necessary to point it out? 


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"DJTurkeyNoodles" wrote:



"brunostar" wrote:








"DJTurkeyNoodles" wrote:




The words themselves have nothing to do with anything. Actually, no words alone have anything. But us as people give them meaning. We have turned the term for, example, a female dog, into a insult that you shouldn't say. I for one, think that within moderation, most "bad words" are absolutely appropriate to use in certain circumstances. I (who is 12) am not censored at home and I am aloud to swear as long as it's not at people. But only at home. I'm not aloud to swear in public. But this is just my silly opinion...
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I apologize for my grammar mistake but was it really that necessary to point it out? 


Yes. Do you thing grammar is a mother-loving game? DO YOU?! 

I like soy milk. Like... chocolate and vanilla...


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This reminds me of a video I watched on youtube once but I can't remember what they said..



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"M8Master" wrote:



"DJTurkeyNoodles" wrote:








"brunostar" wrote:


















"DJTurkeyNoodles" wrote:








The words themselves have nothing to do with anything. Actually, no words alone have anything. But us as people give them meaning. We have turned the term for, example, a female dog, into a insult that you shouldn't say. I for one, think that within moderation, most "bad words" are absolutely appropriate to use in certain circumstances. I (who is 12) am not censored at home and I am aloud to swear as long as it's not at people. But only at home. I'm not aloud to swear in public. But this is just my silly opinion...
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I apologize for my grammar mistake but was it really that necessary to point it out? 


Yes. Do you thing grammar is a mother-loving game? DO YOU?! 



I definitely think it's be side the point.


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idk who friggin cares anymore.

u r in the presence of a GAWD


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