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Jennifer Aniston & Lisa Kudrow Battle In Celebrity Curse Off

The two ‘Friends’ costars, Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow square off in Jimmy Kimmel’s ‘Celebrity Curse Off’.

You have five seconds to come up with a new curse word and see who won above! 63 more words

Features

Fuck Drat

Don’t get me started on the kind of people who use the word drat. Yeah, that D word. Fucking d$%#. Don’t say it. Please. What other word could combine all the impotent emotional censorship of “fiddlesticks,” yet actually maintain significant population of human beings (I’m saying that in the most general sense) on this planet, in our current time (2000fucking14!), in my current country (Murica), who were born and raised by adult human beings (again, the most general sense), who actually use the word drat. 155 more words

On profanity in literature.

<Student reading Mercurio’s part cusses, as scripted, in the middle of class.>
“Miss! You never let me cuss!”
“That was Shakespeare cussing, not her.”
“She didn’t even do it right. 14 more words

Stuff High Schoolers Say

The World According to the Pok - Cussing

Our boy, AKA ‘The Pok’, has started to say some really funny things with the reasoning of a 4-year-old behind his musings. Some of it is hilarious, or just bizarre. 268 more words

Parenting

The Weight of Words

Words carry some weight, do they not? Pick any word out of the dictionary, and we can find a time in which this word was spoken in triumph and in despair. 615 more words

Your language is so loud I can't hear what you're saying

The other day I was scrolling through Instagram, when I noticed that an author I really respect had linked to a blog post. The description sounded very good–grace in the midst of mothering–and since it was linked by someone whose books have been very helpful in my walk with Christ, I clicked on the link. 583 more words

Making Belief Practical

Accidental Husband Chapter 47. Mad Dad, Crazy Dad, Laughing Dad

Chapter 47. Mad Dad, Crazy Dad, Laughing Dad

Sitting at dinner, Barbara’s appetite had returned and she was enjoying the banter between Dad and her mother with Mike, her high-school kid (Almost no longer a kid) brother and his girlfriend, the captain of the debate team and vice-president of the chess club where he had met her. 1,148 more words

Fiction- Literary Fiction