My friends & I are all religious Mormon ppl but because of music like that, we sometimes swear, but not on purpose. I'd say about 53% of ppl swear. And maybe 21.5 % swear because of cussing in music. Hope dis helped ya.
There are 1,456 words in the song World Wide Choppers by Tech N9ne.
J. K. Rowling usually covers it up by saying something along the lines of: "Ron said something that made Hermione go 'Ron!'" Ronald Weasley also usually says "bloody hell" or "Merlin's beard!" several times, but that's about it and that generally isn't considered a swear word. In fact, it's the same as Muggles saying "Jesus Christ!" However, in the seventh novel and the eighth film adaptation of the same name, Molly Weasley swears. It is the first and only actual swear word in the series.
According to the crew, yes there was a swear jar on the set of The Hunger Games.Gary Ross, director, estimated that Jennifer Lawrence contributed to at least over half of the swear jar's contributions. He said in an interview "She's fantastic, but she swears like a sailor."You can read the interview by clicking here.
180 swear words.
It's impossible to count the number of swear words in any language, because there is universal agreement as to what words are considered swear words.
There are no swear words in "Sinner" by Drowning Pool.
1 swear word
When used to address people, swear words are usually abusive words. However, there are many abusive words and phrases that are not swear words.
That number is incalculable.
Yes they did! Elizabeth in particular had a very colorful and salty tongue. Many of the swear words they used are still in use today.
ya how many