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You will almost always be more likely to win an argument when you don't use swear words

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yeah
I just say bubkis
because I say that without insult most of the time

it's a filler word for me
or a term of endearment

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@1950690

NOO

less likely win
equally likely to be right

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@1950693

OH NO

I switched the words up in the comment

let me retry

more likely to win
equally likely to be right

when someone starts swearing
they tend to get discredited and lose

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@1950697

oh I got an idea

on the inside
stay calm and reasonable

but when talking
show a lot of passion

so you keep the rationality
and the intensity

best of both worlds

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@1950701

you could make a post out of that

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@1950808

but that's not swearing

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@1950810

Nah, I think arguments work better when both people are respectable to what the other is saying. When it comes to an argument or debate, sarcasm is usually degrading and makes things worse

It's entirely possible to be rational, levelheaded, and persuasive while still using swears. They're just words, after all. Just damn words.

And if you're not scared off by them

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