Well I should ****ing think that if you can't deal with a little ****ing bad ****ing language, you are a right ****ing ****..
Which is to say: It's a part of the language, and people will choose to like to dislike it as they see fit; but it's part of the language, so you can't really stop it.
Being anoyed at people for using such language is a complete waste of time.
Interesting side note, there was a finding by an Australian court that the only word which is still obscene is "****" which is a the c-word for vagina. Every other word has been integrated as common usage in our society, thus can't be considered obscene.
So **** the lot of you in other words
I think there's a difference between swearing at someone directly (which would presumably fall under the personal attack rules) and swearing about something in general. I don't think that swearing is necessarily negative - if used in moderation it can be an ideal way to express a feeling and, depending on the situation, swearing can be quite humorous and a good way to lighten the mood.
I agree with this most thoroughly. Intent is important.
There's a big difference between saying "**** you ****" and "That ****ing hurt".
I don't think moderation is a requirement, but each to their own >.<