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On Thu, 12 Nov 1998, Eric Christopherson wrote:

> Nik Taylor wrote:
> > At one time in English, religious swearing was considered the worse, so
> > that even "damn" was considered a powerful curse word.  I guess it's
> > just a matter of how religious the culture is, maybe.
>
> I'm not religious myself, but have some obsessive hangups about such
> things as Hell, so "damn" and "hell" are about the worst words from my
> point of view. What annoys me is when someone on TV says "God damn" but
> they censor the "God" and leave "damn" in, when I would prefer it the
> other way around! :D
>

Hehe, then you prolly shouldn't learn magyar...we use God's name in vain
all the time, e.g. "basszon valagba a kurva Isten" (May the whore God
fuck your ass).  Tha't only the tip of the iceberg.

Cheers, Feri

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