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3-12-2010 @ 9:23AM
I love the "You don't seem aware that the average person curses every 3 words in everyday life" directed at Ghostcrawler. This person might do that with his friends, but not a random stranger or colleague. Ghostcrawler is not your friend, acquaintance or family member. You would not walk up to your boss spouting off profanities. And if you did say that to your boss, I don't think you would get as nice an explanation as Ghostcrawler gave as to why you are a douche.
3-12-2010 @ 10:05AM
I just tried to talk to my wife using curses every three words. It's very difficult, and not something I could sustain for very long. Also, it seemed to me that in order to do so, you betray a very limited vocabulary.
3-12-2010 @ 10:24AM
I have no shyness around foul language, but if there's any time to skip the profanity its when you are trying to get a message across. If you want someone to see things from your perspective, being aggressive, insulting or profane just pushes them away and illustrates your immaturity. You are basically on your knees begging them to assume you're an idiot. Why then, would they think you had anything worthwhile to say?
3-12-2010 @ 10:41AM
I think by "average person" that guy actually means "average teenage boy on Xbox."
3-12-2010 @ 11:27AM
You guys ****ing suck. Swearing ****ing rocks. You ****s just don't ****ing know how ****ing cool it ****ing is. So **** yourselves. Start ****ing swearing every ****ing three words.****. That's really ****ing hard to ****ing keep up.
3-12-2010 @ 7:42PM
@Joey2250: "You would not walk up to your boss spouting off profanities."Actually, I would. But not directed at him, and only because that's the kind of relationship we have.
3-13-2010 @ 3:31AM
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