do you cuss? what cuss word do you say the most?

@kayedanda (1850)
Philippines
October 22, 2008 9:55am CST
i do sometimes. especially when i'm angry and/or frustrated. i cuss at myself, and those unfortunate enough to say something that brings my anger/frustration to a higher level. i often say damn*t or holy sh*t (it used to be just sh*t, i dunno exactly when it evolved to be holy ), and a host of cuss words in our local language (P.I., most commonly, which is the tagalog counterpart of the english S.O.B.). but i know people who use cuss words as a sort of punctuation mark, and end worse people who use them in every other word that they say. so how about you? are you the one to utter cuss words when you feel a strong emotion? or do you keep a clean mouth?
6 responses
• Philippines
22 Oct 08
I also do cuss or swear sometimes. Depending on my state of aggravation, I would cuss under my breath the "F" word, sh*t, b*tch and damn*t. In our local language, from P.I. I preferred to use p*cha or *ina. Right now, I'm slowly trying to lessen my cussing and swearing. I'm using euphemisms in case I still can't help but cuss. Instead of f*ck, I use screw; instead of sh*t, I use cr*p now more often. Hopefully, I'll learn not to cuss and find better ways to express my feelings (",)
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@kayedanda (1850)
• Philippines
22 Oct 08
i have tried switching from sh*t to cr*p when i was in college, but obviously, it didn't succeed as it got even worse because i made it holy like i put it in a pedestal or something . i have give up trying not to. if i don't cuss when i'm angry, i think i'll spontaneously combust
• Philippines
27 Oct 08
Hahaha. Spontaneous combustion eh. We all just have our ways of expressing ourselves and I think it doesn't hurt much to add a bit of cussing and swearing in order to effectively convey what you feel (",).
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@kayedanda (1850)
• Philippines
27 Oct 08
i think it doesn't, at all but of course, there's our opinion and there are the opinions of others (as not all people curse). but whatever. to each his own. thanks!
@pehpot (4762)
• Philippines
23 Oct 08
I used to cuss every opportunity I have, like when I was in college my closest friend and I use to cuss at each other when we do see each other, that is how we say hi (PI!) but now I have kids I have to limit it because I don't want to hear them cussing too. But yes I still do when i am so mad at what my two toddlers are doing.
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@kayedanda (1850)
• Philippines
23 Oct 08
are they that naughty now? i hope chico is not that pasaway pa. svet used to be angel-like, but now she screams when she's frustrated about something, or if nobody takes notice of her
@marty3888 (2359)
• United States
22 Oct 08
I say all those words. There are two exceptions. I have worked at enough offices that said that's not allowed, so when I'm at work I don't swear. Even if I hear other people cussing without getting in trouble, I like tp play oit safe. Also, I can't bring myself to say GD. I have got into the habit of saying Gosh damn it. I know that sort of doesn't make sense because somewhere in the bible it says your not supposed to use any foul language.
@kayedanda (1850)
• Philippines
22 Oct 08
i try as much as possible not to say it aloud when there are kids around. they are like sponges and imitate everything they hear. i actually had (meaning i lost it already) a book of cuss words, where they come from and such. i think most of the cuss words that were invented involved God or something holy in them.
• Philippines
22 Oct 08
Oh well, I usually would say biatch. It's like something that comes out naturally. But I hate cussing a lot. So normally my expression would just be DUH.
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@kayedanda (1850)
• Philippines
22 Oct 08
nice and clean. duh.
@Shar1979 (2723)
• United States
22 Oct 08
depends on how angry i am and i cant control it anymore. i say "puta ka" LOL or sh*t
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@bigott (619)
• India
22 Oct 08
i used to have a habit of usin' the phrase 'f**k off' when i got angry but now i rather use WTF .
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