It's really disrespectful to assume people who swear have a lack of morals, low intelligence, and associate swearing with someone "who has a bad temper". None of your claims are founded on anything but your personal principles and somewhat huge misunderstanding on how human beings operate.
So you're to tell me if someone does a great deal for humanity, does good for their family, is highly educated, and is giving is automatically clarified as a moron with no morality because of the muttering of crude words? I don't understand that mindset of such judgement over words. It's fine for you not to use the words, but to look down on other people who do it as if they are continuously swearing is pretentious.
I'd love to hear you back that one up, sweetheart.
Profanity isn't a new concept, it's been around since the dawn of time. Same concept, just different words. It's an effective way to assert and emphasize literally anything, without needing to go into length or detail.
As a footnote, linking vocabulary (and use of curse words) to lack of intelligence is completely asinine. An intelligent man/woman won't try to use big words, they understand the purpose of language as a form of communication and will say things in the most simple, straightforward terms. There is fundamentally no good reason to use an expansive vocabulary when a simple one would suffice.
Your arguments are flimsy things, good luck telling everyone how stupid they look.
Benjamin-BiddixFeatured By OwnerJan 17, 2013Hobbyist General Artist
Well OP since you blocked me for no reason at all, here have this. Swear words carry no emotion in fact for one... Not really, "hate speeches" by hitler was very poetic at times in fact. Hitler was a very smart man in fact. Picasso swore like sailor too.