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Sassy Fashion: What not to wear. Seriously.

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You buy clothes, housewares, shoes…for the whole family. 233 more words

Funny

A literary exercise in being artfully profane.

The following rant is a literary exercise in profanity. It is an attempt at the artful use of foul language. And, although it was not written with the intent to offend, it is offensive.

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Bad words in good books? How to write a novel--part 33

I don’t always use the most genteel words in my writing. But that doesn’t apply to all the writing I do. If, for instance, I’m working on something destined for a family publication, or for the rare (for me) kid-targeted piece, I’ll avoid “bad” words entirely. 758 more words

Writing

In Defense of Pedestrian Profanity

This morning I was taking my usual 2.25 mile walk around my neighborhood. The street I predominantly walk on is somewhat busy, especially in the morning with folks heading to work and school buses picking up kids. 975 more words

Journal

Comcast Changes Customer’s Name to Profanity on Bill

NEW YORK — Comcast is notorious for poor customer service, but this latest blunder might be a new low.

The company changed a customer’s name to A-hole Brown, from Ricardo Brown, on a bill after he canceled the cable service. 216 more words

News

Comcast changes customer name to A-hole on bill

Comcast is notorious for poor customer service, but this latest blunder might be a new low.

The company actually changed a customer’s name to A-hole Brown, from Ricardo Brown, on a bill after he canceled the cable service. 199 more words

News

It Leaves You Speechless

Sometimes there are no words to express the immense lack of

intelligence in people who choose to use profanity.

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