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Kevin Keith wrote:
Sat May 25, 2019 9:42 am
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There’s still words on that list that momma wouldn’t tolerate. When I grew up, changing the word but keeping the intention would still get you dealt with:

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There are a few we can't say on the west coast for fear of offending the perpetually offended.. Cotton Pickin' for instance, is a no go. Shizzle also, depending on the crowd, could be considered "cultural appropriation" if you are white and say it. My grandpa's favorite would definitely be offensive(aside from profusely swearing in Dutch).. "Son of a bean-pickin' Eskimo". However, you can say the usual swear words here without offending.. :roll:

Edit.. wanted to also include my Mom's favorite: "Sugarfoot!"
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I keep it clean on the page so that the amount I swear in real life is shocking when I meet people. It's a lifestyle.
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I'm an old Sailor...…..I graduated from them words in the third grade.To this day I can describe in detail the exact taste of Ivory soap,thanks Grandma
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I'll always remember my Mom chasing me around the house after I said something I saw written on an alley wall or similar location. It was great fun until she caught me, as she always did, and I got soap in my mouth. I suspect that the alternative words would have earned me the same treatment.
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Some of the things on Kevin's list are a little too edgy for me.
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houtenziel wrote:
Sat May 25, 2019 10:42 am
There are a few we can't say on the west coast for fear of offending the perpetually offended.. Cotton Pickin' for instance, is a no go. Shizzle also, depending on the crowd, could be considered "cultural appropriation" if you are white and say it. My grandpa's favorite would definitely be offensive(aside from profusely swearing in Dutch).. "Son of a bean-pickin' Eskimo". However, you can say the usual swear words here without offending.. :roll:

Edit.. wanted to also include my Mom's favorite: "Sugarfoot!"
Sugarfoot is a good one. I use it to insult drivers over the CB. Makes them crazy! Lol
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Bruyere_Royale wrote:
Sat May 25, 2019 4:54 pm
houtenziel wrote:
Sat May 25, 2019 10:42 am
There are a few we can't say on the west coast for fear of offending the perpetually offended.. Cotton Pickin' for instance, is a no go. Shizzle also, depending on the crowd, could be considered "cultural appropriation" if you are white and say it. My grandpa's favorite would definitely be offensive(aside from profusely swearing in Dutch).. "Son of a bean-pickin' Eskimo". However, you can say the usual swear words here without offending.. :roll:

Edit.. wanted to also include my Mom's favorite: "Sugarfoot!"
Sugarfoot is a good one. I use it to insult drivers over the CB. Makes them crazy! Lol
I always call em Nancy, gets them worked up pretty good :lol: I use that on junior drivers who get a bit squeamish on the tight mountain roads too. Usually gets them over their fear (C’mon Nancy, I backed her down there half drunk with one eye open and yer momma chewin on my ear askin for more).
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