"A Scott Pilgrim tour might be one of the coolest ideas I've ever heard. If you seriously do this and want some company, or someone to go halves hotel/rental car. you let me know. I've never actually tried a banya/jimmijab, but i'd be…"
"I usually put my Ipod on shuffle and go with it, but this very morning i was serenaded by, and sang along with, some modern Irish punk rockin the form of Flogging Molly. If you're not familiar you should check them out. …"
Though they aren't common in the United States, Jjimjilbangs, Banyas, Onsens, and Hamams are a great places to hang out. This is a group for men comfortable in their own skin and appreciate the eastern ideas of public bath houses.See More
"Good point. Got a call the other day from someone in our parent company. We were chatting, convo got good about some projects and direction, guy let loose with some great f bombs. Got really down to earth for the two of us. When I got off the call,…"
"Language is a tool for communication. Sometimes, a cuss word is the most effective word for a given situation. (And of course, the catharsis is nice.)
There are, of course, places where it is less acceptable. Knowing when and where to use a given…"
"What I want to reduce is not the use of taboo words, but the attitude that I am entitled to have things work easily and the first time, which leads me to curse. It might work out the same in practice."
"I'm like you with profanity and vulgarity. I was raised in a conservative baptist home, and taught that words/phrases like "crap" and "screwed up" were "bad words." I was rewarded with the taste of soap on my…"
"It's all about intent and context. I try not to needlessly offend people, but I also think people shouldn't get needlessly offended.
But more interestingly, cussing can be desirable in certain subcultures and situations as a way of…"
"Inherit the Wind - Henry Drummond "I don't swear just for the hell of it. Language is a poor enough means of communication. I think we should all the words we've got. Besides, there are damn few words that anybody understands.…"