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  1. I say keep up the fucking swearing and shit.

  2. I’m always a bit put off by people taking the time to point out that swearing is unnecessary. Commas are also unnecessary. Why not eliminate them and use one-clause sentences?

    The point, of course, is that communication is complex, and often creative. If you paint only outlines with one color, you might get your point across. But when you splash some color on the palette, it brings the thing to life. Such is the case with “swear” words — they’re bold colors.

    Keep painting. I fucking love it.

  3. A-fucking-men to that!

  4. I think the ‘gestalt’ of your site says it all, a few words don’t really matter – and I doubt that any impressionable 10 year olds are running around emulating the ZPG lingo…my 14 year old daughter likes it for what ZPG stands for, not cause Jonny throws out F-Bombs that she can’t use (at least around us…)

    The responsibility for educating her is ours, and the world is a big, nasty place…I have a lot more worries for her than the occasional swear word…

  5. I don’t have kids, or teach kids, or even see kids on a regular basis. So I don’t know much about them.

    But a 14 year old that reads ZPG is one intelligent and hip kid. That’s just a sign of a family with good taste.

  6. Fuckin’a right, The minute you submit to the thought police, you’ve lost. Keep up the good work!

  7. I have to agree with you, there are no inherently bad words and the only power any word has is what we ascribe to it. I also agree with the sentiment that the words are more colorful and liven up the writing.

    For a real challenge,though, try substituting contemporary curse words for antiquated ones. Instead of that SUV driver being a “motherfucker” he can be branded a “rapscallion” or better yet a “jackanapes”. It takes the sting out of the insult a bit since your intended hearer will likely not comprehend fully what you are trying to convey, but I find there is a smug intellectual satisfaction that comes with using baroque language.

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