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I’ve tried to reduce profanity but I reduced so much profanity when writing the book that I’m afraid not much could come out. Perhaps we will have to consider it is simply a profane book and hope the next book will be less profane or perhaps more sacred.
– Ernest Hemingway


Listen Up You Cowards!

If you’re trying to “find me”and/or figure out “Who I Am?” At least have the goddamn, motherfucking balls (and that goes for women too even though they don’t have balls) to: 147 more words


Dearest Potato, Alpacas are Profane

Hi, Potato! Today, I’m going to teach you about curse words (because really, that’s the most fun part about learning new languages–right? Right? :D)

This all started when I was using my Wechat to talk to my roommate, and I ended up downloading the pack of alpaca-themed stickers (because alpacas are… 597 more words

Fellowship Of The Blog – Epilogue

Collecting My Thoughts

We had barely stepped from the car in Buffalo, when the wife found a bright, shiny, good-luck penny.  This pattern continued – five days, five pennies. 868 more words

That's Life

What Makes a Bad Word a Bad Word?

I yelled out “Sh*t!” in the grocery store today.  It was a little out of character for me.  I rarely use profanity or bad language when I’m out in public. 1,018 more words


jtggodqos reblogged this on James the Greatest and commented:

hm, I'm quite the opposite of the author. I curse all the damn time. I managed a heliport when I was in my early 20s. being around the pilots, off-shore workers, and mechanics all the time, and being a general Social Sponge, I definitely picked up their habit of liberally using profanity. in fact, during my linguistics studies in high school and at college, I wrote numerous papers on profanity and its application to and importance in society. however, I never looked at it from a syllabic perspective. I wonder if multiple syllables are more "acceptable" because they sound more advanced -- like saying "I hate that" versus "I abhor that", or "mad" versus "angry" versus "livid" versus "infuriated". this is something I'm going to look more into.

Welcome to The Swearing Bible!

As this will be the first post on this website, I just kind of want to welcome you here to The Swearing Bible and make sure you feel at home. 284 more words


Work Trip Conclusion: Days 5 to Blarggh

Blarggh gargh…it’s the end of two weeks of 12 hour work days. But I’m cheery now because I’m back at my favorite airport in my favorite town on my favorite planet. 133 more words