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On the theme of that same swear word and language, my friends toddler once wandered across the room and trod on a lego brick and shouted "Oh *swear word*!". My friends response was a combination of horror, resignation to the fact the child has clearly picked it up from her, and pride that the child used it in the correct context rather than just at random.ell wrote: For some unknown reason he looked at your avatar, said "Oh xxxx" (where xxxx is a four letter swear word beginning with s) and then wandered off. Unfortunately the s-word has re-entered his vocabulary, after some time off from it. Even worse, he's started dropping his 't's a lot, so he's not even enunciating his swear words properly.
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