Is there a limit to profanity? If yes how do you define it?
One of the interesting things today is how we have not abandoned profanity but have changing definitions of what is acceptable and what isn't.
A lot of the conflict today is where some words are not considered as bad by the new generation as the older ones, while some younger people see commonly used words as offensive (or in liberal terms, problematic).
by VendettaVixen 6 years ago
Personally, I think it's alright every now and then.Example:*Woman catches her fingers in the car door*"Oh, *@#%!" This is acceptable to me. In fact, I'd find anything else odd.*Woman is talking on the phone in a busy shopping centre*"So, he said 'No, *@#% you, %*#@!' and I was like,...
by Katie Kizer 2 years ago
Hello!I'm writing a hub about sexism and there are some profane words relevant to the topic. Is it acceptable to name those?If so, will that be a less respected hub?If it's permissible, is it better to use symbols to block out certain letters in the profane words?Thank you! -Katie Kizer
by Tony Mead 14 months ago
Is it acceptable to break the speed limit in an urban area?I was mauled on facebook for saying that I thought people should be fined if they broke the speed limit.I think it is wrong, people's lives are at risk.I've done it in the past, and I was fined and got three points, but I was in the wrong...
by OregonWino 8 years ago
So running a debate on whether wine ina box is acceptable for entertaining....So what are your thought? Has WIAB (wine in a box) become acceptable for us wine snobs?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
IQ, a person with an intelligence quotient of 130-140 is considered to be highly intelligent while a person with an IQ of 140 and above is considered to be gifted. There are many variables regarding what is deemed to be high intelligence. For some, people who have attained a high...
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