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DESCRIPTION: Strong language is common to most cultures, but what makes a word profane, and how does cursing vary from place to place? This article contains very strong language that may offend some readers. Strong language — swearing, profanity, whatever you want to call it — is special.

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Research demonstrates how the use of bad language can alter our behaviour

15 Sep British philosopher David Archard points out that an insult conveys an opinion (it has semantic content or “meaning”) but it often serves as a social act For instance, poor Bill McLoughlin had the nerve to use an obscene word to his master and got 50 whacks for not knowing his place in the pecking order. The use of such language is called swearing, cursing or cussing. Used in this sense, profanity is a subset of a language's lexicon that is generally considered to be strongly impolite, rude or offensive. It can show a debasement of someone or something, or show intense emotion. Linguistically, profanity takes the form of . Swearing is completely normal; it allows us to use language as an escape. I mean swearing when humans react to certain situations, e.g. pain, humour, disbelief, anger, etc. I don't agree with people who use foul language in the wrong contexts (i.e. scallies)-it's just offensive. Of course, children practice with swear words.

I have a friend who can't say "fuck". She never has been able to and shakes her head helplessly when teased and dared to give it a go. She's not a prude. But she has such a strong reaction to the word that she cannot bring herself to utter it. Using the f-word in the first sentence of this article wasn't done for gratuitous effect. But how did you react to reading it? Would it have been more agreeable to see the euphemism "the f-word" instead?

Do some "bad" words make you more uncomfortable than others? It has been known for a while that people fluent in two languages respond far less strongly to swear words in their mother tongue than in their second language. But a new study of people's reactions to a "bad" swear word — fuck, for example — compared a euphemism that they understood to mean the same thing, now suggests our strong emotional reactions to swear words happen as a result of early verbal conditioning, rather than the meaning that is conveyed.

This raises the possibility that young children may note their parents' reactions to taboo words before they understand what the words mean.

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Naomi Wiggins, Changed Zealand What about women swearing? The other week my economize on told me I was the lion's share foul-mouthed lady he had ever met! My retaliate was that he hadn't met women. In fact I found it very remarkable and felt strangely proud. He hasn't called me the 'most beautiful,' 'most intelligent' or anything akin that - at least I've got something: If the F-word is heard in equip, I shall remind the user of the rank of a cliche in polite circles.

Rebekah Ireland, Stockport Swearing is soul normal; it allows us to handling language as an abscond. I sour swearing when humans respond to determined situations, e. I don't agree with people who use tarnish language in the malign contexts i. Of despatch, children modus operandi with believe in words most often the milder ones as they fructify up, and use them at the wrong meanwhile, much to the embarassment of their parents!

The use of such language is called swearing, cursing or cussing. Used in this sense, profanity is a subset of a language's lexicon that is generally considered to be strongly impolite, rude or offensive. It can show a debasement of someone or something, or show intense emotion. Linguistically, profanity takes the form of . 15 Sep British philosopher David Archard points out that an insult conveys an opinion (it has semantic content or “meaning”) but it often serves as a social act For instance, poor Bill McLoughlin had the nerve to use an obscene word to his master and got 50 whacks for not knowing his place in the pecking order. This is a polite way of describing someone that swears a lot, e.g. 'Martin is a bit crude, particularly when he has had a few'. There are more descriptive terms, for instance, someone that uses every opportunity to insult at a personal level (rather than just using four letter words due to a lack of vocabulary).

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