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How do you guys feel about profanity in your writing/content?

12 months ago by jerrycan with 11 comments

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  • happynjoyful

    Like in real life, it's great to use infrequently/occasionally. Has more bang when you do use it finally.

    • drunkenninja

      I tend to agree that if used sparsely and at the right time, it can have fantastic effect.

      • Appaloosa

        I've written a few indelicate remarks to you. I think this topic has come up before!

      • Gozzin

        I agree. I seldom use it and the words I do use are not the sort that would degrade either sex.

  • paddystacks

    Not really my cup of tea when it comes to my writing, but I really don't mind it when others use it.

    • jerrycan

      Are you... me? I guess great minds think alike! ;)

  • xXwraithXx

    I love it, keeps it "real". Too much of our environment (including our media and history) is being sanitized.

  • maelstorm

    I find that everything works in the right context.