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one time when I was little I was playing outside with my friends and I saw GRAFFITI but I was 2 young to know what it is so I was reading it and I was like
What is that? so After I went home i asked my sister
"What does FUCK mean?"
She stared yelling at me and then I never said it ever. again until 7TH GRADE!! hahahah lol
Yea then she told me what it meant!
When I was younger I rode the bus to and from school, and after school I went to a daycare. One day someone said that they were "PO'ed" and I asked my friend what they meant. He whispered really quietly what it really meant, butI didn't realize that it was a bad word.
A few days later I was in the room and my parents were talking with some friends, and one of them remarked, "Oh I'm so PO'ed." I looked at them and said in the most sincere way, "Oh, why are you pissed off?" Needless to say, my mom was not happy about this.
I saw the "F" word in several bathrooms when I was little, and I thought that it was the name of a guy who went to different bathrooms and signed his name in them. I asked my mom who it was, and she told me to never say that word again...
I was a 90's kid and The Violent Femms' "Add It Up" was always on the radio.
When we were really young my brother and I would think nothing of singing "Why can't I get just one screw?!" (Or worse), at the top of our lungs at any time in school.
We didn't really get what a curse word was and thought it was just another word like "cat" or "dog".
I used to believe that the word "stupid" was a swear. After finding out it wasn't, I used it continually for a week straight.
I used to believe that “shut up” was a swear word.
I used to believe that swearing was just saying, “I swear!”
i used to beleive that swearing would get you thrown i jail....and my dad was a police officer... i think that he told me that.
I used to not kno what fag meant, and one day I called my friends older rother a fag and he slapped me. (I was about 5)
when i was at the age of 6 or so, i went to kids church (kinda like sunday school) and the conversation for that day was not to say Gods name in vein. well it was obviously clear that i didnt know what vein meant... at that point i thought it meant we were never to say it or it would be bad... so when we were at the dinner table saying our prayers my dad ended it with "in Jesus name i pray" and i stopped him abruptly and said "Dont say that! Its a bad word!" he stared at me with a confused look. soon my mom corrected me that its okay to say it but not as a swear word. im teased to this day and i can tell u right now i never say his name in vien :D
When I was little I used to believe that god's last name was damnit
When I was like 5, I heard the B word and I thought it sounded at LOT like peach so I beleived it wasn't a bad word but it still meant that you hated them. So when I was angry at my Mom, I called her the B word. Then my dad got angry at me and all that. So I found it was a bad word.
I used to believe that every time I said a bad word, tiny invisible elves would walk over and pinch me really hard.
My mother told us that "mousketeer" and "kimosabe" were bad words. This was after we'd driven her nuts recreating scenes from "The Lone Ranger" and "Mickey Mouse Club." We believed her. I can only imagine how ridiculous we looked calling someone a "Mousketeer" in total anger.
At the age of about five, I was in the car with my parents, when someone cut us off. My father called the other motorist an asshole. I asked why the guy was a "donkey hole" and got in trouble.
Later that year, I said "son of a bitch" because I heard my cousin say it...and got in trouble. Since a literal son of a bitch would be a puppy, I was afraid to mention puppies around adults for months.
I used to think that flipping someone the bird was called "f*cking them off." Additionally, someone once told me that "reller" was a euphemism for "sh*t," and I believed it.
when i was about 3yrs old (im gonna be 8 this yr) my uncle mark (hes 25 now) taught me how to do a swear word without saying any words all you had to do was 2 things sticking your little finger up means chienese swearing and the middle finger is English swearing.! my mum is 26
I was in primary school but hanging out with the 'older' girls... my little sister came over to me and asked me to play a skipping game with her and I told her to 'F*ck off'. I'd never even used those words before and had no idea where they had come from! But the older girls were saying it... My sister's eyes filled with tears and she walked away but ended up falling over and cut her knee. I felt instantly remorseful and felt like it was all my fault she got hurt. So I swore (pardon the pun) I'd never swear again. I now believe it's biologically impossible for me to swear!
When I was younger, I used to believe that if I though bad things, like curse words, that my dad would be able to read my mind and I would get in trouble. Silly, yeh?
when my brother was little before I was even born, my uncle would after giving him instructions say kapiece (sp?) and my brother would respond, "go piss?" so when my dad said kapiece to him my brother said "go piss?" and looked at my cousins like they were to blame