Now let us start with the really good stuff. Remember last week I was like o goodness this Marabou white chocolate is so heavenly. Well this one is so good I could eat the package it came in.
Ok actually that just tasted like cardboard so I do not recommend eating the package but my o my the chocolate inside of it was divine. We wanted to up the ante in our chocolate eating excursion and wanted something to go with the beer, cheese, meat extravaganza we had this Marabou Cocoa Sea Salt Pecan was just yummm yummm yumm!
Now onto the other stuff of bad language and stubbed toes!
I loved each and everyone of the comments on my post regarding what language gets excluded from blogging. One thing I noticed was that so many people said they do not use any words in their life considered to be foul, bad, offensive or otherwise. Now I do not think anyone was going around typing falsehoods but it got me to wondering.
Say you are walking along and stub your toe, what do you do? Do you just say “O fuddlesticks” or in that case do you say “O crap”?
Or how about this one: You go on a nice vacation and upon coming home you see one of your great grandfathers whiskey glasses in pieces in the trash bin? Honestly what do you say then?
And if you say something along the lines of “bon of a stitch” or even “blast” is that not your own version of bad language? Is what makes a word bad when it is used, what society says it means, or what?
In the Stephen Fry documentary I mentioned in my previous post they did an experiment with pain and language. The results were that if one was able to use language commonly thought of to be adverse they could endure their hand being plunged into icy water longer than if they could not.
So tell me what you think about this; do you think language can be acceptable at certain times but you would not use it consistently?