swear words

It’s faintly ridiculous, and amusing, to apply a moral judgement to something like a word, across all possible contexts. Curse words are amoral, not immoral. Profanity is rich, expressive and exceptionally useful. It’s a wonderful and legitimate tool, when wielded judiciously. It wouldn’t exist otherwise.Matt Gemmell

Words have meaning. Sometimes a swear word conveys the writer’s or speaker’s intent more clearly and with more impact than another word. Choose yours wisely.

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