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Insightful, but vulgar speech

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  1. Canadian_Super_Patriot

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    lol, in some ways that is true.
     
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    What happened to his head ? Did Sylar havd a go at him ?
     
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    :eek: I stll cannot understand why some people think it's OK to swear so much. It's crude, it's disrespectful, and it's disgusting to listen to.
     
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    Swearing has been a part of the English language since and before Anglo-Saxon times (and probably most other languages too) and, unpleasant though it can be, it does have a purpose when used sparingly. If, for example, people couldn’t escalate to another level of expletives to demonstrate they were angry then physical violence may be the only way to display it - correct use of swearing can be a very effective safety valve if you like.

    Of course, many people use swearing in a very licentious and inappropriate way which serves no purpose other than swearing itself.

    In the case of this clip, swearing and, let's not forget our old friend, obscenity are deliberately over used to produce a particular comedic effect - which is OK too - as with all entertainment, if you don't like it you don't have to watch.

    PS. This clip should be marked as adult content by Youtube.
     
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    You're telling me, Lone Wolf. That's definetly not for kids. Although there are other ways of expressing anger other an disgusting words, and I think it's a bad flaw that everyone swears, some more than others.
     
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    That's why the movie was rated R

    You should have seen the sex scene lol
     
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    :eek: *vomits*
     
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    No, the vomit scene took an entirely different approach.
     
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    you guys definately have seen that movie too many times ;)
     
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    The scene who cracked me up was when Kim released the deadly black panthers :grin: :grin:


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