If I use a witty subject line, I'll get a fine (in Links)

Demigod May 17 2010 1:24 PM EDT


TheHatchetman May 17 2010 2:02 PM EDT

I've always been opposed to the concept of a "bad" word... What makes "Y'know you have all the intelligence of a ham sandwich" any better or more acceptable than the more "extreme" version of "Holy poop!"?

In the first one, I insult your intelligence, but the closest thing to a "bad" word I used was "ham" (and that's only bad to you if you have some sort of objection to pork... and even then, i doubt the objection is to *hearing/reading* about pork...).

In the second one, I was just really surprised (or a deity left a landmine on my lawn)...

smallpau1 - Go Blues [Lower My Fees] May 17 2010 2:06 PM EDT

I usually use profanity when people cut into my lane on the highways going 65-75 MPH... I'm probably not going to say "Hey, can you please stay in your own lane, and stop texting your boyfriend?"

A Lesser AR of 15 [Red Permanent Assurance] May 17 2010 3:00 PM EDT

What TH really means:
Spam the police!

Unappreciated Misnomer May 17 2010 6:54 PM EDT

i said 'Cheese and Rice?'
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