I guess it depends a lot on the context. If used to put someone down or be hateful then yes, it's a problem. But sometimes they can be used for comedic value and I'm cool with that. We actually created a list of times when the Fbomb was completely appropriate... most involved serious bodily harm :D
Probably the word - NO
and hearing a woman using strong foul language is a big turn off.
Men sadly bring it home from their work place mainly factories where the words are frequently used.
Sadly I have used expletives when other drivers have driven dangerously near me in our car.
Yes use Yuck or Christchurch or other word in its place.
I agree with all those swear words too as well as when women use the f-bom and s**t every second word uttered. That.....is seriously cringe worthy and I lose interest very fast.
The next which drives me nuts is the new Americanism is when said and now I see it's written and it's grammatically incorrect is " so fun" instead of "such fun". ie "it was so fun" instead of "it was such fun" arrgh,
Then tenses being muddled up. Then instead of than
The word pronounced 'orrff' instead of "off"
"Ov" instead of "of"
Comin' and goin" minus the "g'
Another which I've tried to pronounce but I just can't seem to get my tongue around it, is the word...." Arrksst" instead of "Ask" that one drives me nuts too. How hard is it to say? ie. . Bask to ask?
Swear words peppered in sentences I hear from time to time but the "so fun"I hear especially on US TV daily. :-(