OH thank you!!!! My sister says "oh fudge" and gets very indignant when I say to her that it's the same as saying what she really means and everyone knows what she REALLY means, but she has never "sworn" in her life. Horse hockey. She does all the time. Besides, it's scientifically proven that swearing lowers your blood pressure and is a pain reliever. Ever stub your toe on the coffee table? And curse? what happens? The pain goes away after about the 5th or 6th curse word. And yelling one in traffic? Instant stress reliever.Originally Posted by Rattus;3758863;
Fierce: my dad was a sailor too and that's where I learned to swear, but he rarely used the F word. Now me, I'm like you, depends on the place and people, but I can have a foul mouth or be the sweet blooming flower of Southern womanhood where such words would not fall from my honeyed lips. I worked where I'm currently working now for almost a year and was being especially cautious of my language when one day the f bomb slipped out and my coworkers laughed themselves silly. They had been minding THEIR language because they thought I didn't cuss and was sensative to it. We all had a good laugh and now we are a lot more open, but still watch our words, as we are at work.