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Success is an Attitude

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April 11, 2008

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Madame Monet

I'm glad you have addressed this issue. I'm shocked every time I hear educated people using such language, even in personal conversations, dropping the words in as if they are ordinary words! It makes me not want to associate with those people. I also teach my third-graders (in Morocco, who are receiving an English-language education) that in spite of all the words they see in the movies, that those words are not acceptable in real life if you want to be viewed as a lady or a gentleman (when you are adult).

Madame Monet
Writing, Painting, Music, and Wine
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Madame Monet

I'm glad you have addressed this issue. I'm shocked every time I hear educated people using such language, even in personal conversations, dropping the words in as if they are ordinary words! It makes me not want to associate with those people. I also teach my third-graders (in Morocco, who are receiving an English-language education) that in spite of all the words they see in the movies, that those words are not acceptable in real life if you want to be viewed as a lady or a gentleman (when you are adult).

Madame Monet
Writing, Painting, Music, and Wine
winewriter.wordpress.com

Tony

I'm glad to see this topic addressed. I was taught years ago that "profanity is the attempt of a feeble mind trying to express itself forcefully". It's unprofessional and disrespectful.

Bud Bilanich

Madame Monet, Tony:
Thanks for your comments. I agree. There really is no need to be profane. As Tony says, it is both unprofessional and disrespectful.
All the best,
BB

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