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That is such a false notion its sickening. There have been multiple studies that have found a direct correlation to cursing and the overall vocabulary and honesty of people. They have found that people who curse more often typically have larger, more expansive vocabularies then people who dont. The general idea behind it is that we use curse words more often to "dumb" things down... not to mention there are so many different meanings for curse words when used in various contexts. They also found that people who curse tend to be more honest about things.
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No. As long the person use variations and don't use racist words it's fine. If the person only used f-bombs, I would find it a bit boring and think that person should use other words too. Swearing is okay, because it express emotions and a point better. Swearing don't harm anyone as long you don't bully anyone. Actually, swearing don't mean anyone have a limited vocabulary. It's just a false myth people invented because they didn't like swearing. Keeping things casual and not all formal or strictly may be a good thing sometimes. No one is perfect for fuck sake.
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Not really unless it's every five seconds then it be a turn off, if they started swearing loudly in a shop or something I'd find it so embarrassing but I think swearing is something we all do and is practically normal it's a expression of emotion. Sometimes it's a little bit of a turn on for me because it tells me he's real and isn't trying too hard to come off prim and proper them type of men boar me.
I told someone that cursing showed that she had limited vocab to express her thoughts and showed that she was not mature. She was mad and defended herself.
However, I don't think that cursing per se is "bad" because sometimes a curse word gives strong emphasis, but if someone is always like "f**king this" and "f**king that" when expressing their opinions, that does make the person's character look bad. Some people on here if you're not using offensive words and are just asking for opinions, they curse all the way through their comments.
I don't usually curse, but I use euphemism in extreme cases. For example, my coworkers are lazy and they blame other people for not doing things that they're supposed to do themselves, and they spend at least 70% of the work hours chitchatting and watching movies and videos on their work computers. I told my sister that whoever does not want to work, should just stay home and F themselves. That I think is an appropriate usage.