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* SirSwearsALot: A character who is such a potty mouth that it is rare for them to utter a sentence that doesn't have even a single swear in it.

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* SirSwearsALot: A character who is such a fucking potty mouth that it is fucking rare for them the shithead to utter a fucking sentence that doesn't have even a single goddamn swear in it.


* ThisIsForEmphasisBitch: A character ends their statement with "bitch" for emphasis.

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* ThisIsForEmphasisBitch: A character ends their statement with "bitch" for emphasis.", bitch", but not actually calling someone a bitch, instead it's a verbal exclamation point.


* DidNotDoTheBloodyResearch: A word that might not be that offensive to Americans is considered as such to British audiences.

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* DidNotDoTheBloodyResearch: A word that might not be that bloody offensive to Americans is considered as such to British audiences.


[[caption-width-right:317:All because [[Music/SexPistols Johnny Rotten]] said "fuck".]]

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[[caption-width-right:317:All because [[Music/SexPistols Johnny Rotten]] said "fuck".]]
[[note]]To be precise, Steve Jones did the honours at least 3 times, while Rotten merely managed a "shit".[[/note]]]]


* SirSwearsALot: A character that is such a potty mouth that it is rare for them to utter a sentence that doesn't have even a single swear in it.

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* SirSwearsALot: A character that who is such a potty mouth that it is rare for them to utter a sentence that doesn't have even a single swear in it.


->"Are you sure it isn't time for a colorful metaphor?"
-->--'''Spock''', ''Film/StarTrekIVTheVoyageHome''

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->"Are ->''"Are you sure it isn't time for a colorful metaphor?"
-->--'''Spock''',
metaphor?"''
-->-- '''Spock''',
''Film/StarTrekIVTheVoyageHome''


* SirSwearsALot: Just about every sentence a character speaks contains a swear.

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* SirSwearsALot: Just about every sentence a A character speaks contains that is such a swear.potty mouth that it is rare for them to utter a sentence that doesn't have even a single swear in it.


[[quoteright:317:[[BritishNewspapers http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/FilthandtheFury.png]]]]

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[[quoteright:317:[[BritishNewspapers [[quoteright:317:[[UsefulNotes/BritishNewspapers http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/FilthandtheFury.png]]]]


* NWordPrivileges: When a particular kind of swear word, racial slurs, are established as being okay to say by those the slurs are aimed at.

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* NWordPrivileges: When a particular kind of swear word, racial slurs, slurs are established as being okay to say by those the slurs are aimed at.



* SirSwearsALot: A character's defining trait is that they're constantly swearing.

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* SirSwearsALot: A character's defining trait is that they're constantly swearing.Just about every sentence a character speaks contains a swear.



* UnusualDysphemism: Swear words are used as euphemisms for something innocuous.
* UnusualEuphemism: In place of swearing, characters just say bizarre words.

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* UnusualDysphemism: Swear words are used as euphemisms for to refer to something innocuous.
* UnusualEuphemism: In place of swearing, characters just say bizarre words.words and phrases.


& SoundEffectBleep: A swear word is censored by having a sound effect from something in the background serve as a censor bleep.

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& * SoundEffectBleep: A swear word is censored by having a sound effect from something in the background serve as a censor bleep.

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& SoundEffectBleep: A swear word is censored by having a sound effect from something in the background serve as a censor bleep.


* ClusterBleepBomb: A character says so many offensive words at once that nearly all of his dialogue is bleeped out.

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* ClusterBleepBomb: A character says so many offensive words at once that nearly all of his their dialogue is bleeped out.


* NarrativeProfanityFilter: The narrator implies or outright confirms that that one of the characters was swearing when the audience don't hear what they said or hear much cleaner dialogue than what the narrator suggests the character said.

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* NarrativeProfanityFilter: The narrator implies or outright confirms that that one of the characters was swearing when the audience don't hear what they said or hear much cleaner dialogue than what the narrator suggests the character said.


* NarrativeProfanityFilter: The narrator implies or outright confirms that what one of the characters really said wasn't as clean as the dialogue the audience hears.

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* NarrativeProfanityFilter: The narrator implies or outright confirms that what that one of the characters really said wasn't as clean as the dialogue was swearing when the audience hears.don't hear what they said or hear much cleaner dialogue than what the narrator suggests the character said.


* ClusterBleepBomb: A character says so many offensive words that nearly all of his dialogue is bleeped out.

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* ClusterBleepBomb: A character says so many offensive words at once that nearly all of his dialogue is bleeped out.



* SevenDirtyWords:
* SirSwearsALot
* SoapPunishment (a common punishment for these words)
* SophisticatedAsHell
* SubvertedRhymeEveryOccasion (since the rhyming word is usually some kind of curse)
* TheSwearJar
* SymbolSwearing
* ThisIsForEmphasisBitch
* TongueTwister (when the "twisting" turns innocuous words into swearing)
* TWordEuphemism
* UnusualDysphemism
* UnusualEuphemism
* WitchWithACapitalB

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* SevenDirtyWords:
SevenDirtyWords: Seven words you can never say on television: [[spoiler:Shit, piss, fuck, cunt, cocksucker, motherfucker, and tits.]]
* SirSwearsALot
SirSwearsALot: A character's defining trait is that they're constantly swearing.
* SoapPunishment (a common punishment SoapPunishment: A person is punished for these words)
saying bad words by having their mouth washed out with soap.
* SophisticatedAsHell
SophisticatedAsHell: A person who normally speaks in a sophisticated and erudite manner resorts to using slang and foul language to make a point.
* SubvertedRhymeEveryOccasion (since SubvertedRhymeEveryOccasion: A poem or song avoids completing a rhyme where the rhyming obviously expected word is usually an obscenity.
* TheSwearJar: A character attempts to kick their swearing habit by putting money in a jar every time they cuss.
* SymbolSwearing: When comic books use garish symbols in speech balloons to indicate that characters are swearing.
* ThisIsForEmphasisBitch: A character ends their statement with "bitch" for emphasis.
* TongueTwister: Failure to do
some kind of curse)
* TheSwearJar
* SymbolSwearing
* ThisIsForEmphasisBitch
* TongueTwister (when the "twisting" turns
can result in accidentally saying innocuous words into swearing)
as swears.
* TWordEuphemism
TWordEuphemism: People avoid having to mention a swear word by referring to it as "the (first letter of swear)-word".
* UnusualDysphemism
UnusualDysphemism: Swear words are used as euphemisms for something innocuous.
* UnusualEuphemism
UnusualEuphemism: In place of swearing, characters just say bizarre words.
* WitchWithACapitalBWitchWithACapitalB: A nasty or contemptible woman is called "witch" when a certain word rhyming with "witch" would be more appropriate.

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