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Written on October 4, 2011, and categorized as Flip side, Homo sapiens, Language, Nanophilosophy, Swearing.
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People need to swear. There is a need to cuss. People need an outlet for the insanity of every day life. I’ve found that as long as I don’t watch TV news, and avoid 80% of the press, I can avoid swearing, mostly, and this is an improvement.

News. I watch people’s behaviour incredulously. People are just insane.

I can’t believe the shit that goes down. I don’t just swear, I am in awe of the levels crap that raineth down upon all humanity, let alone the really bad bits of it, you know, torture and all that fucking evil shit.

It’s fucked, totally fucked. Right? Are you seeing what I’m seeing?

I try not to watch it. I begin to swear and shake my head. I do not feel ashamed to be reacting like this. If I didn’t swear, it would be a lie. I must cuss, to tell it as it is.

I mean, fuck.


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