Originally Posted by slybydesignw210
LOL....actually it has nothing to do with American TV. I actually don't watch much TV at all. Its a personal preference. It has nothing to do with American, and why would you associate not cursing with American TV. My choice in trying is so I am more relaxed when some one or some thing happens and I get upset. I actually have a very short temper and was told by many of my friends that I need to not get so upset when things happen. I've been doing great and wanted to take it to the next level by not cursing as much. So what the FUCK does not cursing have to do with American TV......LOL
Swearing is profound Sky, it's many things, freedom of speech, thought, sprite, as not to sear other than insuring female company doesn't get to miffed it's a self damning confession of someone who holds the deepest of superstitions, by definition a curse is the use of forbidden or scared words.Forbidden and Scared are two words high on my list of Forbidden words
they denote the collar of ownership or the delusion of a moral god. And to take it form a little social distaste for some to the other extreme being beheaded for using your words to insult a false prophet, damn their oppression on words.
I never heard the word fuck uttered once on TV whilst living in the states, on the few occasions that this most capital of words was to humour,insult or emphasize it was replaced with a beep, cure and puritan. I would often verbally instruct the pencil necks reading the News to 'get the fuck out of here!' with the litany of social brutality that beggared belief pouring out of their mealy mouths every night.
And with Church and state beating the language and faith out of the boastfully swearing pagan peoples that were the Scot's and Irish to whom I have an affinity, a good swear up in the COE language is not without it's poetic justice . And really as Peter Cook once said in a most positive way 'it's a fucking laugh init'