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My Favorite Cuss Word

Cuss words. Every language has them. And every speaker of their language knows them, even though not everyone says them (or at least not all of them). 1,620 more words

Reflections

Is Cursing Okay for Christians?

www.insideoutwithcourtnaye.org

I’m so glad you decided to click onto this link to read this post. Because inquiring minds want to know…including you. Okay, so let me get right into answering the question, “Is Cursing Okay for Christians?” 819 more words

Inside Out With Courtnaye

I Know What I Said

One of the implicit rules I set for myself with this space is that I avoid cursing as part of my discursive style.  Though I don’t shy away from making use of my full vocabulary where I think it’s appropriate (I wonder sometimes if I should be more careful using flashy words like “discursive”), I’ve made a conscious choice to avoid using language to which some readers might be sensitive.  1,410 more words

Writing

Vulgarity may be a sign of honesty and integrity

You may want to rethink your New Year’s resolution this year if you’ve vowed to swear less, because a recent study entitled, ‘Frankly, we do give a damn: The relationship between profanity and honesty’ has found that the more foul-mouthed and vulgar among us are the most honest. 195 more words

Lifestyle

New Year New Me?

Fuck That noise

To say my year started off with a bang would be stupid. I didnt go anywhere or do anything. In fact, I as here…literally. 975 more words

Healing

Attachments

I met my husband on the internet when it was in its infancy

In 1997 America Online was the huge thing. I was separated from my first husband in March and had a 6 month old little girl and was moving back into my moms home at 26 years old. 1,614 more words

Healing

New Years Eve

Not going out this year

I made the mistake of going out last year.

was invited to my best friends house last year. She had a big party and for the first time in a few years, i went out to a party. 625 more words

Healing