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Posted Apr 26, '13 at 8:04am

roydotor2000

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Do you think a 13 year old could swear as hard, if not, harder than a 18 year old?

 

Posted Apr 26, '13 at 2:40pm

nichodemus

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They could, but should they?

 

Posted Apr 26, '13 at 3:09pm

Kasic

Kasic

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I'm more curious as to what constitutes a 'hard' swear.

 

Posted Apr 26, '13 at 3:20pm

Reton8

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I'm more curious as to what constitutes a 'hard' swear.

I have the same question.

I'd say a hard swear has enough force to move light objects off of tables and and cause light superfluous damage to buildings.

A soft swear is too weak to penetrate through clothing, much like beta radiation.
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Seriously, I think both age groups are capable.

 

Posted Apr 26, '13 at 3:46pm

Minotaur55

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1,226 posts

Knight

I'm more curious as to what constitutes a 'hard' swear.

You and me are on the same boat. I'm assuming 'hard' swearing means using a variety of swear words.

If so, it really depends on the person and intelligence. What would a 13 year old have to swear about? Now look at what a 18 year old would have to swear about. I think my point is quiet clear.

 

Posted Apr 26, '13 at 3:54pm

GhostOfMatrix

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Knight

If so, it really depends on the person and intelligence.

It has little to nothing to do with intelligence. They're all words that are easily accessible.

I think my point is quiet clear.

Nope.

 

Posted Apr 26, '13 at 3:57pm

pangtongshu

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8,232 posts

I'm more curious as to what constitutes a 'hard' swear.

I don't think he means hard with the swear

I imagine he means it like how people say "ball so hard [...] "

 

Posted Apr 26, '13 at 5:05pm

blk2860

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I think he means Hard and soft swear like Hard and Soft Liquor. The Hard swears are basically the F-Bomb and the N-word (Not saying them, don't want my post deleted) while soft swears are more like D***, S***, and hell. (I wasn't really directly using the h-word, no need for censoring. Also, the d one does is the da one, not the di one.)

 

Posted Apr 26, '13 at 5:08pm

pangtongshu

pangtongshu

8,232 posts

Do you think a 13 year old could swear as hard, if not, harder than a 18 year old?

From how he has it worded..the "hard" is describing the act of swearing..not the swear words themselves.

 

Posted Apr 26, '13 at 5:17pm

blk2860

blk2860

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Yes, meaning the swear words would be dirtier than most, and more offensive than most. "Swearing Hard" means using hard swears.

 
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