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Should women swear?   The Newsy You: News of Today

Started 1/5/19 by Cstar1; 1990 views.


I agree that every one of us, male and female, have the right to prove to others just how ignorant we can be.  When I was about 16 or so, a friend told me that we all use curse words because our vocabularies were limited and we could not think of anything else to say.    That always stuck with me. 

But...if I get angry enough my IQ says, "Fu__, It!"  And out flies the more colorful side of my intellect...with a powerful force!   LOL!

Good poll!!


From: YWN666 


It shouldn't be an obligation but they should be allowed to.  Sometimes dropping the F bomb can be therapeutic.

Sassy (MrsSassy)

From: Sassy (MrsSassy) 


I'm with Moondove on this one! It certainly shouldn't be an obligation and it certainly CAN be therapeutic!

Tc, Sassy

Kid (Kidmagnet)

From: Kid (Kidmagnet) 


Cstar1 said:

Not sure why everyone is making such a big deal about Rep. Tlaib saying, "impeach the motherfuker."

cause it's insulting to mothers everywhere! (har har- you'da laughed. I miss you!)

had to edit your quote.... lol


From: WWW3 


I can foresee an infinite loop here - The message reporting the forbidden word contains the forbidden word. Is a new message generated reporting the use of the forbidden word in the message reporting the use of the forbidden word? Does the new message contain the forbidden word, thereby perpetuating the infinite loop?

Sorry, my mind sometimes goes off on its own like this.

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Kid (Kidmagnet)

From: Kid (Kidmagnet) 


I truly love this lol 


From: Showtalk 


Because it detracts from her message. People focus on that and ignore everything else she is saying.  Swearing is ineffective in getting things done.