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Oh $#!%: Should My Characters Swear if I Don't?

Those of us who were born writers have one thing in common:  Our world is elsewhere.

That’s not to say we’re all crazy.  (Though I could probably construct a decent argument for that too if I tried.)  I just mean that while we’re going about our every day lives, we have this alternate reality rolling around in our heads. 579 more words

Writing

16 Stocking Stuffers For Girls Who F*cking Love To Curse

We all have that one friend whose bluntness and “creative” way of expressing themselves is the source of considerable hilarity — even if it usually involves vulgarity. 235 more words

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Cuss words in Literature... are they acceptable or not?

I recently read an article about this, which inspired me to tackle the issue myself… Now, what exactly is the issue here? People ask me this because they are so desensitised to profanity that they simply accept it as a part of everyday reading. 197 more words

Personal

New Study Says Women Are More Likely To Cuss Than Men Are

A new study says that women are more likely to cuss than men are. Lets clear that up a little though, British women are more likely to cuss than men are. 42 more words

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New Study Says Women Are More Likely To Cuss Than Men Are

A new study says that women are more likely to cuss than men are. Lets clear that up a little though, British women are more likely to cuss than men are. 42 more words

Features

The Swear Word of Home Ed - Socialisation Part 1

The other day, I wrote a blog post, about why I wasn’t concerned about socialisation when we made our decision to home educate all those years ago. 733 more words

Parenting

Cussing Christians

I grew up in the Bible Belt – in the Deep South. In that area, religion pervades every area of life. Even though most people are only marginally Christians, the Christian ideals influence the moral compass of that society. 680 more words