I just read a couple of your hubs. Personally, I think they are great. They certainly are unique and original which is what Hubpages claims they want. If Hubpages hasn't complained about the colorful language, I'd just keep writing.
Given that your favorite potty-mouth expression tends to trigger porn filters on search engines, I'm not sure if your stuff is what HubPages is really looking for. And those one paragraph rant Hubs might be considered as flaggable for being low quality by some site users.
If your language triggers the porn filters then your Hubs would violate the Adsense terms of service. Since HubPages (and all of us) rely on Adsense, that's a bad thing - don't be surprised if you get a negative response, if you're jeopardizing our source of income!
Squidoo allows adult content so that might be a better home for you. But since some of your "rants" are only one paragraph long, they would be better suited to a blog format.
In fact, I just checked your profile and see that you refer to "blogging" on HubPages. As you've now noticed, HubPages is not a blogging site, it's a place to write magazine-style articles. So I'd definitely say you need to go get a blog.
I know blogger.com doesn't allow adult content - does anyone know if Wordpress.com has any restrictions?
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