Warning, article contains strong language. The locals appear to use it in conversation as much as English-speakers do and often even more. The young and trendy French people aren't afraid to say it, the English-language TV shows when they're not dubbed aren't censored, and you can even hear expletive-laden rap songs at McDonald's in Paris well, we have anyway. In fact, you can even see the word fuck in newspaper headlines and regularly.
People Who Curse A Lot Are Smarter, Funnier And Healthier
Oct 28 As a kid, I was always fascinated by the mysterious "F word. That is, until the fateful day I happened to be in earshot when my older brother stubbed his toe and screamed out "FUCK! In some ways, the F word was kind of like a gateway curse for me. After my brother tainted my pure, innocent vocabulary with this vulgar word, I instantly became hooked on dropping F bombs. However, my swearing habits didn't stop there.
Tell me what have you fix nothing hid that why people that you know end up hating you because you don't know when to stop and you are not loyal look what you did to me that's why you end up always back in the same place you don't know how to appreciate who's really a friend and who really loves you and when you know you messed up you run and you hide from the situation and you try to let it die out like that you can come back instead of fixing the situation that's comforting your wrongs and your mistakes of your actions