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Maybe #1 helped a nearby sexually interested couple and #15 stopped a nearby beating of some sort

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#89 He didn't accidentally go on YouTube, he accidentally clicked on a video. Still not really the OP's fault but it makes me wonder what kind of video he was searching lol

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um, there are random youtube videos on things like facebook and whatnot, so NO it doesng mean he was on youtube, common people...

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If you haven't been on YouTube to get this reference... I think we all should be questioning what kind of websites you've been going on.

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Honestly #30, #21's post made more sense than yours. I read it three times, and I still can't understand what point you're trying to make. The assumption people will make of a person accidentally watching porn in a silent waiting room is hilarious. That is what makes FML so much fun.

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lol 46 welshite called that breast milk guy's dad a bastard not long ago, your eyes must be real close to his ass not to have noticed that

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#30,This is me righting a long paragraph just to prove I am a fucking genius. I write long words like hocus-pocus and am already getting a Noble prize. Please excuse me while I go have tea with Morgan Freeman now. Once again pointing out just because I wrote a long speech I am a fucking beautiful genius!

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46 does have a point guys. cursing does more often than not make you look naive and ignorant. there are so many more scholarly words that you can use instead of "fuck" and "ass" although its not a criteria for being "smart"

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97 Saying a few four letter, commonly used words to express anger or excitement shows less intelligence and a much more limited vocabulary than more creative and expressive words that are better suited for a situation. Swears are normally words that are shared with the vast majority of the population. If your doctor said "Fuck, this isn't good. I have some shitty news for you." you probably wouldn't be entirely confident in his intelligence and abilities.

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I think the whole concept of "cussing" is stupid. Swear words are just synonyms for other words. What makes one synonym worse than another? Take "fast" for instance. Swearing is like making "quick" a bad word. They are synonyms, why is it a big deal? They mean the same thing! Just like "ass" is a synonym for "butt". Since they are synonyms, might as well make "butt" a bad word to. That's why I use what you call "cuss words." T

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My very wise English teacher gave as a lesson on cuss words. Traditionally, English peasants used words like 'shit' or 'ass,' just as regular words in their vocabulary. Not generally having a bad connotation, just descriptors for body parts and functions. The French, disgusted by the English as a whole, created the idea that their words were demeaning and unintelligent which eventually turned them into what we know as 'swear words.' This is the same reason why there are more proper names for oth

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"Pants" used to be a bad word in England. Instead they would call them "sit-down-apons". Legit.

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#107 - I'm sorry, but you're flat out wrong. (By the way, I'm not insulting your English teacher when I say this... English teachers aren't meant to teach linguistics or the history of language)... Curse words, in general, are defined as what society is afraid of. For example, take "fuck". This word is a synonym for sex, and society tends to shy away from that topic. Another example is the word "shit" this originates as a cuss word about a hundred enters or more back - where

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My English teacher actually just retired after 43 years, and she knows A LOT more than just English. There are probably a million theories on how cuss words came about, I just founded hers interesting. I say 'theory' because, unless you were there it would be difficult to know for sure.

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Can we all just agree that cuss words are stupid and we should be able to say what ever the hell we want? Cuss words are just synonyms for other words so fuck society and what they think. A word is a word and saying "cuss words" does not determine intellegence. Genius's say cuss words and the people that said "it makes you unintellegent" are stupid themselves for thinking such a thing and it is only an excuse to try to scare people away from using cuss words. Besides, we need

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Your intensity is great and goes well with your profile pic, but I don't fully agree with you. Yes, if an adult swears it doesn't make them seem unintelligent. But, if it's a thirteen year old girl (or boy, for what matter) dropping the f bomb every second word, yes, it does make him/her sound very unintelligent and attention seeking. I think it really depends on who is swearing and why.

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135 - While it is true that there are many theories as to why there are curse words, one thing I said is definitely true. - and that is the Latin/Teutonic mix..... Also, your teachers theory fails to explain the evolution of curse words, but rather describes them as stationary and unchanging - I find that highly improbable... Sorry for exaggerating in my previous argument

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Not to mention it is just plain polite. Not everyone is interested in listening to what you want to listen too. Especially in a waiting room, which anxieties may be higher than normal. Maybe I'm just getting too old, but I'm trying to figure out why every believes everyone else should listen to whatever they want to listen to or deal with it. Be it a cellphone playing a video, or that annoying asshole in the car which has the music you can hear from 3 blocks away.

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I agree. It's just common courtesy, the other day in the middle of a busy shopping centre there was a person walking around on the phone with their phone on loud speaker having the loudest conversation. Not only is it embarrassing for them it's just plain rude.

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Who scrolls on YouTube with no intentions of watching a video, though? I'd understand if this was Facebook OP was talking about.

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#100, OPE didn't say they were on YouTube, they just said they accidentally clicked on a YouTube video, and it played. This could happen for instance if they were on the iFunny features (where that exact video is too)... So don't assume OP was on YouTube

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All I'm saying is that I have the youtube app too and when I go on it it never stays on the video I was on previously. The app just restarts itself.

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That's awesome. A little embarrassment is good for you it will help you learn that you will be fine with everyone judging as long as you don't care.

If you don't check the volume when you're messing around on your phone in public you completely deserve whatever humiliation you get.

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