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LOL, I love the explosive reactions to a live-on-TV f-bomb. I understand completely, but suddenly, it's as if we don't hear and/or use that word day in and out.

https://www.youtube....h?v=OnIu5CZNfDw

My favorite:

https://www.youtube....&feature=fvwrel

I love that Diane Keaton just does not care.

The Sue Simmons one is a masterpiece. It reminds me of Pauline Kael saying when she was in college, she began cursing all the time, because she thought it made her seem mature and different. Then when she and some friends were stuck in a garage, she heard the mechanics throwing around profanity and she realized the power and force the words actually have.

You really can see that with Simmons. She was born to say that word. It's almost like poetry.

As for Tom Hanks, that woman on GMA basically dared him to curse and was then horrified when he did.

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It reminds me of Pauline Kael saying when she was in college, she began cursing all the time, because she thought it made her seem mature and different. Then when she and some friends were stuck in a garage, she heard the mechanics throwing around profanity and she realized the power and force the words actually have.

I think it's so ridiculous when people say that "bad words" are bad because of their "power." Maybe I use cuss words because I want to convey that power.

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I think it's so ridiculous when people say that "bad words" are bad because of their "power." Maybe I use cuss words because I want to convey that power.

I think there's always that line between just sort of saying them to seem cool and saying them to get a point across. I've done both, I guess almost everyone has. The Sue Simmons clip reminded me of the comments because you can tell how annoyed she was, she really drove it home in a way that saying a word like [[email protected]#$%^&*] puts a big exclamation point on.

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