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    #1 DaddysMonkey

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    Posted 14 December 2020 - 09:13 AM

    Hello you bunch of old farts ^_^ I have a question for you ....

    How do you feel about your little swearing ?
    Do you allow it ?
    Does it depends on the “little age” of your little ?
    Does it call for punishment ?
    Do you think it’s silly ?


    I personally swear , a lot. A FUCK TON you could say.

    I’ve had caregivers who are not *my* caregiver try to tell me to stop swearing.. of course being a middle and a huge tomboy dickhead , I usually say “YOURE NOT MY DAD” (meme reference for the cool kids.)
    I’ve also had caregivers who are not *my* caregivers , says it’s endearing and cute.

    It leaves me curious how other caregivers feel about swearing in general , and with their littles.

    I personally swear because it gives the emphasis and inflection I prefer when I’m extremely excited , or extremely upset. It’s also just fun to say bad words. I’ve heard numerous times , “people swear because they have a short vocabulary and are unintelligent. I highly disagree , especially as someone who’s been offered scholarships for creative writing. It’s not very different than writing to me , if a character is angry , they often times swear. I personally believe the more someone swears , the more intelligent they are (but also likely lazy.) I could easily say , “wow I’m so exasperated by this customers technical issue with their device.” I would much rather say , “This stupid piece of shit is malfunctioning.”

    Ah , I ramble in the mornings ...

    Anyways.. how do you feel about your little swearing ?
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    Posted 14 December 2020 - 11:03 AM

    My little is allowed to swear and I also swear a lot myself, so who the fuck am I to decide if someone can or can't swear xD


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    Posted 14 December 2020 - 11:23 AM

    Mr Heisenberg next door must be takin some or those “Limitless” drugs like Bradley Cooper then, lol
    Because I can’t understand a word they’re saying, no matter how loud they’re shouting at each other. All I hear are the cuss words and some kinda Klingon.

    It’s kinda neat how the vocal inflection of cuss words in any language makes them translatable without even knowing the language.

    I got distracted, sorries lol I don’t even belong here OAO

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    Posted 14 December 2020 - 12:16 PM

    Personally I don't give a shit. Now, if a little wanted to curb it, then that's different. I don't believe swearing is any indication of intelligence.

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    Posted 14 December 2020 - 05:54 PM

    Personally I don't give a shit. Now, if a little wanted to curb it, then that's different. I don't believe swearing is any indication of intelligence.

    You're correct, but it's not an indication of a lack of intelligence. 



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    Posted 14 December 2020 - 08:14 PM

    Ok, true, I should've been clearer!

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    Posted 14 December 2020 - 08:28 PM

    Ok, true, I should've been clearer!

    No problem.  :)



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    Posted 15 December 2020 - 04:28 AM

    I guess it depends on the meaning of the words used, and how they are intended. Being impolite or rude is not something one should do or be.

     

    I swear like a sailor in english but NEVER in my native language.

     

    Reason: English swear words are.... just baby talk, they are not powerful nor strong for me, sound more cute than actual shows of anger or frustration. Where as in my own language words tend to have way more meaning, and swearing there I would see as rude, bad manners and trashy.

     

    Sooo, would I swear in my mother tong, yeah, I could see why person would be offended. With my English swearing, sorry, get used to it as there is no ill meaning there. ( Even sure, can be funny when someone goes 2mind your language!" and bratty me just makes things worse ^_^ )



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    Posted 15 December 2020 - 12:50 PM

    I swear like a sailor in english but NEVER in my native language.


    That makes sense. I swear in English much more. When I speak to my mother in French I rarely use them, and only when making a comment about someone else. I've used German swear words with a few German friends, but they sound less harsh than others.

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    Posted 18 January 2021 - 12:55 AM

    A previous little wanted to control their swearing so I made a rule for it (I believe it was a certain number of spanks per word) but it was only because they asked for that to be a rule. In the future it'll all depend on partners. Currently with my Sir there are no rules around swearing as neither of us feel a need for it, but if that changes there'll be a discussion before implementing rules.


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    Posted 22 January 2021 - 03:54 AM

    Well, I'm not a caregiver so maybe this is irrelevant, but as a little I never swear (even when big). I can't help sometimes thinking bad words, but when in the company of others they just won't come out of my mouth. The idea makes me uncomfortable. I wouldn't need a rule with a caregiver because I wouldn't be swearing anyway.

     

    As a big sister I wouldn't make others not swear at all, but if they're doing it too much and it's sounding harsh I might ask them to tone it down because I'm feeling uncomfortable. I've only had to ask a couple people because every other word out of their mouth was a swear... To me it's not the words specifically that's a problem, but the harsh tones. I don't like when people are aggressive.


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    Posted 23 January 2021 - 10:15 AM

    I would like if Daddy says I can't swear and only Daddy can swear. And some discipline in the form of educating me why little girls can't say adult words if I break this rule,or punishment.

    During sex, saying fuck and using that verb is best if Daddy says during sex I am allowed to use those words if he gives me permission to each time, or it is agreed every time during sex it is by default ok.

    I am really shy to talk dirty at first and like to ask what words are ok to use, this is because my middle/little side is prim and proper and wants to be as innocent as I can, except for sex when I have gotten permissions and encouraging to just let go with Daddy that things are not in my control anymore.

    During sex using swear words is fun, and sometimes can't help but not to swear anyway if something feels really good.

    Hope my explanation is good and makes sense.

    I think not being allowed to swear but Daddy can, it makes me feel weaker and Daddy is way more masculine and strong, I like that dynamic. My personal preference.
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    Posted 25 January 2021 - 04:38 PM

    Personally, I find it adorable and fun when someone uses other words in place of a popular swear word, like "oh heck!" or "aw fudgecicle". It does depend on the little age, but if they're around 10 or younger, swearing feels quite out of place coming from a little, which can make me feel less big compared to them. Not that I'd tell anyone besides my little if they can swear or not.


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    #14 DaddysMonkey

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    Posted 25 January 2021 - 09:14 PM

    Personally, I find it adorable and fun when someone uses other words in place of a popular swear word, like "oh heck!" or "aw fudgecicle". It does depend on the little age, but if they're around 10 or younger, swearing feels quite out of place coming from a little, which can make me feel less big compared to them. Not that I'd tell anyone besides my little if they can swear or not.



    I also find this endearing / adorable in other littles or people in general. I actually have a customer that “swears” a lot , but it’s all stuff like you mentioned. She censors herself in a way that you know she meant a swear word , but it’s very innocent. I always tease her and tell her she reminds me of the “Dirty mouth ? Clean it up with orbits!” Commercials ^_^
    Thank you for your insight Bearly.

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    Posted 10 February 2021 - 11:24 PM

    I've always had the rule that Daddy can swear (because he's the Daddy) but my little girl isn't allowed to... unless she's getting fucked, and then it's all okay ;)


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    Posted 11 February 2021 - 03:30 PM

    Swearing does not bother me unless it is being directed at me in a disrespectful manner.  So my little can swear all she wants, as long as it is not meant to be disrespectful to me or others.  However, if we decide to make rules regarding such things as swearing, then that would require a discussion we have together. 



    #17 Bubbles_and_Feathers

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    Posted 14 February 2021 - 01:36 PM

    Well, I'm not a caregiver so maybe this is irrelevant, but as a little I never swear (even when big). I can't help sometimes thinking bad words, but when in the company of others they just won't come out of my mouth. The idea makes me uncomfortable. I wouldn't need a rule with a caregiver because I wouldn't be swearing anyway.

    As a big sister I wouldn't make others not swear at all, but if they're doing it too much and it's sounding harsh I might ask them to tone it down because I'm feeling uncomfortable. I've only had to ask a couple people because every other word out of their mouth was a swear... To me it's not the words specifically that's a problem, but the harsh tones. I don't like when people are aggressive.

    I grew up not swearing at all (switch, mostly little) and my gf (middle) swears all the time. It was so weird to adjust to! But like some people have said it carries a kind of emotional meaning all of its own. Even at times when people are swearing "too much" I sometimes kinda find it funny bcs they're like "fuck language this is beyond words. I'm done." And I think that communicates a lot on its own. :/

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    Posted 16 February 2021 - 11:48 PM

    I grew up not swearing at all (switch, mostly little) and my gf (middle) swears all the time. It was so weird to adjust to! But like some people have said it carries a kind of emotional meaning all of its own. Even at times when people are swearing "too much" I sometimes kinda find it funny bcs they're like "fuck language this is beyond words. I'm done." And I think that communicates a lot on its own. :/

     

    I totally get that too. When I'm beyond words I just make noises, like grrr or forcing air out of my closed mouth.

     

    The most recent situation I had to tell someone to stop was at my job in 2019. It was the weekend and so some of the college kids were there, and instead of helping me clean the one room, the two college kids with me were just gossiping and swearing about their teachers. I would've kicked them out if I could've and just done the whole thing myself in peace. -_- I at least got them to tone down their language.


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    Big age: 30

    Little age: 5-7

     

    Children don't worry what they look like to others. They are 100% themselves. When we get older, we learn to fit in society by submerging those parts of ourselves that our culture looks down on. We don't want to be rejected by our parents. We don't want to be rejected by our peers. Growing up may include re-embracing ourselves even if we must stand alone.

     

    Thank you for being here as I re-embrace the Self I'm meant to be.

     

    (Note: I'm not looking for a caregiver right now. Please don't ask.)


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    Posted 22 February 2021 - 06:28 AM

    I'm old fashioned, I don't like women or girls to swear except in the bedroom. So I ban it with littles and its a punishable offence for me. Mostly I find littles like these types of rules and feel its good for them. 






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