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As heard in my ethics class...

"the term 'screwed' is really not appropriate for papers..."

Also this semester, a girl stood in front of another one of my classes and used "sucks" repeatedly in her statement.

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That sucks. Her grade is screwed.
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I just used "asshat" in an assignment to make me hip. Well, not really to make me hip, but I did. Click here to enlarge
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In one of my classes there are several times in which it is appropriate to swear. Still, no one seemed to want to be the first. I finally let a "fuck off, asshole" fly and everyone laughed and threw in their own.

We have one guy in our entire class and he is very proper. When it was his turn he yelled "damn" and then hid his face in his hands as he turned bright red. We quickly let him knowing that swearing was not required, just something to add a bit of realism. Click here to enlarge
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In the ethics class, swearing is perfectly acceptable in the class discussion. He just doesn't want it in the papers. Click here to enlarge
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