February 02, 2008
Originally published June 22, 2003
A humble blogger between the coasts suggested that he wrote "filth" on his site. I was mightily offended by that assertion.
I WRITE FILTH! YOU DON'T! I use words that are considered impolite in civilized society and I spell them out. I don't type "a$$" when I mean "ASS." I don't type "F**K" when I mean "FUCK." I have a foul mouth and I write the way I speak. If you don't like it, BITE ME!
I've always been confused about why some words are "bad." FUCK is bad, but FART is just slightly off-color. STREET is perfectly legitimate, but SHIT is bad. Why is that? There really isn't a lot of difference in spelling.
"Sexual Intercourse" is a very scientific term used to describe basic fucking, and nobody is offended by "sexual intercourse." It's polite and socially acceptable. It also is ridiculous.
Try that kind of language as you're peeling a bra off a willing woman at midnight after $40 worth of margaritas. "I desire to have sexual intercourse with you."
BWHAHAHAHAAAAA!!! THAT AIN'T WHAT YOU SAY!
Naw, you say, "Oh, baby I am so hot for you. I want to fuck your brains out. I want to make you see Bejus and call his name out loud."
Try it. Ask a horny woman if she desires to have "sexual intercourse" with you. She'll look at you as if you just landed here from another planet.
Nibble her ear, tweak her nipples and talk dirty, and she's sizzling like spit on a griddle. You don't say, "I really would enjoy inserting my penis into your vagina." The terms "cock" and "pussy" are a lot more appropriate for that situation.
But those are "bad" words.
That's where my confusion sets in. Sometimes "bad" words are GOOD. Sometimes "good" words are BAD. It's all a case of situational ethics.
Fuck it. I really don't give a shit about this subject.
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