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22nd Mar '17 6:03:51 PM jormis29
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* In the episode of ''George Shrinks'' when George's prized "Zooper Car" is stolen, a very ticked off George states he will find it "wherever the heck it is." His father then proceeds to ''scold him for saying the word "heck"''. What world does this family live in?

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* In the episode of ''George Shrinks'' ''WesternAnimation/GeorgeShrinks'' when George's prized "Zooper Car" is stolen, a very ticked off George states he will find it "wherever the heck it is." His father then proceeds to ''scold him for saying the word "heck"''. What world does this family live in?
18th Mar '17 8:18:10 AM erforce
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** The Finnish curse "perkele" (euphemism for Satan, originally the name of a pagan thunder god) often gets [[LastSecondWordSwap corrupted mid-sentence]] into "perjantai" ("Friday") if the speaker realizes there are sensitive ears present. This was parodied in the Finnish amateur film ''[[WebOriginal/StarWreck Star Wreck: In The Pirkinning]]'', where the main character Pirk uses "Oh, Thursday!" as a curse.

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** The Finnish curse "perkele" (euphemism for Satan, originally the name of a pagan thunder god) often gets [[LastSecondWordSwap corrupted mid-sentence]] into "perjantai" ("Friday") if the speaker realizes there are sensitive ears present. This was parodied in the Finnish amateur film ''[[WebOriginal/StarWreck Star Wreck: In The Pirkinning]]'', ''Film/StarWreckInThePirkinning'', where the main character Pirk uses "Oh, Thursday!" as a curse.
20th Feb '17 9:50:53 AM WaggishPony
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* ''Series/SeventhHeaven'': EnforcedTrope with a "family" show. The worst words the show has ever used were "damn" and "ass" both spoken by adults. For example, in the season 5 episode "Tunes", a boy called Lucy a bitch, though he didn't actually say the word (in fact, it was very vague about he was saying - "Looks like you need a man" being his exact words), though both Lucy and Ruthie quickly figured what he said. For a casual viewer, you wouldn't realize what the boy actually called her until Annie came to Eric and stated that Lucy was called the "B-word".

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* ''Series/SeventhHeaven'': ''Series/SeventhHeaven'': EnforcedTrope with a "family" show. The worst words the show has ever used were "damn" and "ass" both spoken by adults. For example, in the season 5 episode "Tunes", a boy called Lucy a bitch, though he didn't actually say ''say'' the word (in fact, it was very vague about he was saying - "Looks like you need a man" being his exact words), though both Lucy and Ruthie quickly figured what he said. For a casual viewer, you wouldn't realize what the boy actually called her until Annie came to Eric and stated that Lucy was called the "B-word".
20th Feb '17 9:50:20 AM WaggishPony
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* ''Series/SeventhHeaven'': EnforcedTrope with a "family" show. The worst words the show has ever used were "damn" and "ass" both spoken by adults. For example, in the season 5 episode "Tunes", a boy called Lucy a bitch, though he didn't actually say the word (in fact, it was very vague about he was saying - "Looks like you need a man" being his exact words), though both Lucy and Ruthie quickly figured what he said. For a casual viewer, you wouldn't realize what the boy actually called her until Annie came to Eric and stated that Lucy was called the "B-word".
20th Feb '17 12:52:14 AM bt8257
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The kid-friendly variant of {{Bowdlerise}}. A favorite tool of the {{Badbutt}}, the G-rated badass. Another character type known for this is the MinnesotaNice.

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The kid-friendly variant of {{Bowdlerise}}. A favorite tool of the {{Badbutt}}, the a G-rated badass. Another character type known for this is the MinnesotaNice.
15th Feb '17 6:40:44 PM Sammettik
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* Downplayed in Webcomic/BobAndGeorge. Most of the time the characters will use minced oaths or be censored outright, but every so often something will happen that one character (usually Roll) can only respond to with a hearty "fuck".

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* Downplayed in Webcomic/BobAndGeorge.''Webcomic/BobAndGeorge''. Most of the time the characters will use minced oaths or be censored outright, but every so often something will happen that one character (usually Roll) can only respond to with a hearty "fuck".



* From Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses:

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* From Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses:'''Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses'':



* WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd

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* WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd'':



** In his crossover with Captain S, the Nerd was forced to tone down the language due to WebVideo/TheNewAdventuresOfCaptainS being a G-rated show. Needless to say, it's weird as hell hearing the normally foul-mouthed Nerd saying things like "What a buttload of crud."

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** In his crossover with Captain S, ''Captain S'', the Nerd was forced to tone down the language due to WebVideo/TheNewAdventuresOfCaptainS being a G-rated show. Needless to say, it's weird as hell hearing the normally foul-mouthed Nerd saying things like "What a buttload of crud."



* This is a mandate whenever [[WebVideo/PoohsAdventures Pooh's Adventures]] tackles a mature movie or TV Show. They would censor the "inappropriate content" when it involves language. The other stuff is left alone.

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* This is a mandate whenever [[WebVideo/PoohsAdventures ''[[WebVideo/PoohsAdventures Pooh's Adventures]] Adventures]]'' tackles a mature movie or TV Show. They would censor the "inappropriate content" when it involves language. The other stuff is left alone.
15th Feb '17 6:36:41 PM Sammettik
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* The language in EdEddNEddy is generally fairly tame, with Edd's CatchPhrase of "Good Lord!" being among the spiciest things said. This trope was briefly discussed in "Gimme Gimme Never Ed":

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* The language in EdEddNEddy ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' is generally fairly tame, with Edd's CatchPhrase of "Good Lord!" being among the spiciest things said. This trope was briefly discussed in "Gimme Gimme Never Ed":
15th Feb '17 6:35:21 PM Sammettik
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* The language in EdEddNEddy is generally fairly tame, with Edd's CatchPhrase of "Good Lord!" being among the spiciest things said.

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* The language in EdEddNEddy is generally fairly tame, with Edd's CatchPhrase of "Good Lord!" being among the spiciest things said. This trope was briefly discussed in "Gimme Gimme Never Ed":
-->'''Edd''': Oh, ''Darn it''!
-->'''Ed''': Double-D almost said a bad word, Eddy!
6th Feb '17 5:21:32 AM Troperinik
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': Mr. Cat uses words like "darn" instead of "damn". When he doesn't, it's usually muted out by a SoundEffectBleep or [[CurseCutShort cut short]].
5th Feb '17 9:23:30 PM weirdfantasy
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* ''Film/StrokerAce'' features Pembrook, who only ever says "darn" on occasion. Justified in that she's a Sunday school teacher and is so [[IncorruptiblePurePureness pure]] that she simply doesn't swear like everyone else.
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