Have you ever used vagularities at somebody in public before?

@ksherrie (891)
Singapore
February 22, 2010 12:16pm CST
I think I lack of confidence and afraid to speak out in public. I don't like the sound of vagularities especially in Hokkien dialect. To be honest, I cursed before, but only when I am really angry and it boils over my tolerance level. Other than that, the percentage of me swearing at someone is near to 0.1. I have yet to shout out loud in public, and I don't wish to do so. I have hear others done so before, youngsters, even my mum do that too when she is really mad. I hear people say vagularities in Cantonese is rather pleasant to the ear... My lecturer mentioned that if you offend someone in Hong Kong, and you hear a string of words thrown at you but you don't understand yet it sounds nice, you most probably have been cursed and swear at till even somehow it's your mother's business or something. So have you swear at someone before? Especially in public?
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@kun2349 (23475)
• Singapore
23 Feb 10
So far, i have not swear at anybody in public except for once, whereby i scolded someone in public, till she cried.. hehe ^_^ However, no vulgaritites are uased because i'm not someone used to some words.. lol =D I'm a gentleman.. lol =D Most of the time, if one is not fluent in that particular dialect, we wont really hear them swearing that much, except for some occasional f- word.. hehe ^_^ But for older generations above us, their kind of swearing is common, because that's what they learnt in the past.. lol =D
@ksherrie (891)
• Singapore
23 Feb 10
LOL.. Quoted "...,till she cried..", and you say you are a gentleman?? You scolded a girl in public? Why is that so? What did she do lol? Ya, i agree, our older generations are bought up in harsher environment where vagularities are used very often.
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@kun2349 (23475)
• Singapore
23 Feb 10
haha =D Well, she stalked me, as well as causing panic and trouble to frens around me!! hehe As such, i have no choice and i have to protect them all, whom happen to be all female too.. hehe YUp, thus they can be very fluent in throwing out vulagarities!! ANd i do agree with u, cantonese vulagrities do sound smooth and nice to the ear!! lol =D
@ksherrie (891)
• Singapore
23 Feb 10
You serious? A girl stalking a guy? That is the first!
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