Discussion in 'Love and Sex' started by John221, Aug 15, 2005.
Do you dispise the "C" word? You know the one I mean...
Would that be THIS "C" word?
I dont really care.. Its just a word... I've said alot worse.
yea but words are powerfull
I use it, but only for myself. I wouldnt' be so crass as to use it on someone else, because most people do see it as derogatory
well as a guy i dont like it & never use it
This is actually rather funny to me. My mom hates the word. I have been going to an IRC chat for years that embraces the word ****. Saying **** to them is like saying smurf to a smurf. It's just a word and any word taken out of context and not used as an insult can cause an insensitivity towards it. Besides, it's a fun word to use when you are dirty talking in bed or during phone sex.
I always think of raw, rotting tomatoes when I hear that word... maybe because it sounds too much like Hunt's...
you forgot the option...
I LOVE IT...
i do love it...i think its a fabulous word..
i dont care how its used just as long as he's not calling me it. thats just plain mean.
I have never been bothered by the word ****..er..im sorry the c-word...
its a silly little word and didnt know it bothered people so much..
I always use it in sexual situations, but I do see how it could be degrading.
Depends how its used...
i'm indifferen't to it really. much like i am to the word prick.
i dunno what happend but i never really learned that it was that bad.. so i find it funny when people freak at it.
I am not bothered if someone calls me a ****. I think cunts are beautiful and I am glad I have one and so I take it as a compliment.
actually i am beginning to like it, i didin't 5 yrs ago, now i think it's a cool name, maybe because i have become more experienced ?....
Logically, there's nothing wrong with it. However, it seems a little derogatory, so I refrain from using it. Stupid, I know, but I do it anyway.
yes I despise it. It's so powerful... and sort of hurtful... and whenever people call me that i feel like trash....
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