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    EternalGreen

    Stories and bad words.

    Swearing should, if the story or situation requires it, be applied liberally.

    You're a big girl/boy/person.

    EternalGreen Today, 02:10 AM Go to last post
    LCLee

    Stories and bad words.

    I have a character that tries to hide what he thinks is a weakness by swearing. I tried to work around it because I know there are those easily offended

    LCLee Today, 01:49 AM Go to last post
    Pamelyn Casto

    Stories and bad words.

    One of the most brilliant stories I've ever read is filled with almost-pornographic words. It is truly a filthy story. The story is Stephen Dixon's "Milk

    Pamelyn Casto Today, 01:42 AM Go to last post
    Foxee

    The New "Literary Maneuvers" Coffee Shop

    Sorry, Sigmadog, there's no jumping off this train. I've been heating my pitchfork with my torch and you're up...er...your story is, anyway.

    Foxee Today, 01:27 AM Go to last post
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