I am wanting to use the b-word -- the female dog word -- in one of my hubs. I have included this word three times, and am describing myself. It's an opinion piece, where I am admitting that when it comes to the hub's subject I'm not a nice person. Is that allowed? Will I get penalized? I am a nice person 99% of the time and don't want to do anything against the rules, LOL.
I've heard the word "bitch" used on network television more than once. So HP just might let it slide. Then again, who knows...
You can find your answer in the Hubpage learning center http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Mode … ol-Content It basically says do not use profanity in your title and do not use profanity excessively.
by paradigmsearch 6 years ago
State your nice person here. I will start with someone who left a couple nice comments on my hubs.http://rjlefebvre.hubpages.com/
by susan beck 8 years ago
Does profanity have a place in poetry? I'm sorry, but in reading many contemporary published poets, I am shocked by their employment of extremely profane words like c***t, etc. Personally, I don't find this poetically acceptable. Likewise,when exposed to most rap music, the...
by Judy Specht 5 years ago
Is profanity just a lazy way of talking?How much thought do you put into saying Sh.t, and F..k you.
by Jeanna 17 months ago
Is being an over nice person a bad trait?I try to give people respect and help. It almost seems like I am the only one left around me that goes the extra mile
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