I've posted about this topic before (me being in opposition to the use of "profanity"), and I must say, I've had a change of opinion. We're all adults here, and we've all been well educated in the "art of cussing" from a very early age. They are "just words", for crying out loud. They convey meaning, and at times, they just express it in a way that really conveys the meaning we intend, accurately. None of us are gonna go to hell for saying the word FUCK, of that I'm confident. I'm not advocating that we pepper our language generously with profanity on a daily basis, I'm just saying that I have recognized that at times it does express what we feel in a realistic way. Your opinion?
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