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I'm sorry but if no one has noticed swearing as recently been incorporated into everyday use in the English language. I no longer see most swear words as insults maybe it's because the younger generation use it as jokes to their friends. I guess swearing insults the elder generation ( no offence to anyone) & probably it is unacceptable from a religious background but religion in Britain has lost it's way and swearing is just seen as part of everyday life. As someone said earlier. They're just words which most people don't know the meaning of anymore.



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