Fowl Language by Brian Gordon for February 15, 2024

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    catchup  5 months ago

    “We are not at home to Mr Swearing”

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    The Reader Premium Member 5 months ago

    OK! Let’s go outside.

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    dziner88  5 months ago

    Roger that!

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    [Traveler] Premium Member 5 months ago

    Unfortunately, there are a lot of people speaking like panel one who think it cool

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    Teto85 Premium Member 5 months ago

    That’s all smurfed up.

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    Slowly, he turned...  5 months ago

    Happens every day, d>mmit!

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    TokenFudd  5 months ago

    https://www.Fowllanguagecomics.Com/swearing-bonus-panel/

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    Munch  5 months ago

    Your kids will do what you do. They tend to be little mimics.

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    gigagrouch  5 months ago

    i was at a Wallyworld last week when i saw a young teen wearing a sweatshirt with the motto :f—k around & find out" on it. In what universe did it become acceptable to be so boorish in public? He was with his parents & i’m almost willing to be the parents are the same kind of folks who have an “(eff) your feelings!” sticker on their pickup.

    Yeah, i know i’m projecting a stereotype, but in my part of the world that stereotype applies.

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    bikamper  5 months ago

    I was breaking down a tire in my garage many years ago, My straight laced BIL and nephew were with me. The tire was fighting me coming off of the wheel and I said something like, “Come on, ya little booger”.My nephew, about four at the time, asked why I called the tire a booger. I answered, “Because you’re here”. Had this been at work, the F-bombs would have been flying.

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    Brilliant_Birdie   5 months ago

    You gotta at least wait til there thirteen, maybe older

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    car2ner  5 months ago

    there has been and always will have colorful language. It has its time and place. But courtesy has taken a back seat to it. Kids aren’t allowed to use it because they don’t understand the nuance of time and place. Kids are simply blunt. it seems mid last century polite conversation started to die and pre-teens using profanity barely raise an eyebrow.

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    Zebrastripes  5 months ago

    LMAO! …….you got THIS right! ☺️❤️

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