Profanity and Crude Language can be a noise pollution

noise - crude language is noise pollution
August 31, 2010 10:10pm CST
Profanity, vulgar or crude language is a noise pollution of the worst kind. It degrades men and women and even dishonor God.Conversation punctuated by cursing, swear words, and crude and dirty expression obscures the beauty of noble ideas. Words that condemn others can inflame anger and destroy relationships. They can inflict lasting hurt to sensitive person who are battered by verbal abuse.Profanity and crude language are becoming more common on prime time television programs, so it means the public is exposed to those offensive speech. How can we guard our tongues so what we say won't hurt and carelessly offend?
2 responses
@funkykid (441)
• India
12 Nov 10
It depends upon the usage. Throwing them around aimlessly, no. They are not funny. Those who do so merely prove their Intelligence Quotient to be below the number f├╝nfundachtzig. However, clever usage of the words OR when people say them for purely humorous purposes (NOT using them every other word), I find them funny.
@dark_joev (3043)
• United States
1 Sep 10
The people who want to live sheltered lives should not listen to the media and should find a cave to hide under as the world has changed where these words are no longer on a blacklist to say and our community has become more violent and this is all the way of things as we have more violent media. We seem to be gaining in acceptance of people being different too. As in my generation the acceptance of Homosexuality is seen across even christian idetified youth in my age group of 18-20 year olds.