Post # 1
My husband let the s-word fly the other day. It was the first time I’d heard him say it and immediately he had the most sheepish look on his face and started apologizing. It really hadn’t bothered me that he said it (God knows, I’ve said it), but it was so cute and sweet that he felt bad that he did so in front of me. It is my understanding that among other guys, hia language is quite a bit saltier.
One exception? In the bedroom. For whatever reason, anything goes there. He will say anything…and loves when he can get me to say four-letter words, I get the feeling he’d not be nearly so thrilled if I talked that way in public though.
Post # 3
My FI and I both have terrible language. We do both watch what we say in public, around or families… and really just in general to anyone else. But when it is just the two of us in a room we say anything. FI actually thinks its funny (and it does crack me up) to go on swearing tirades like the dad in Christmas Story. Like he won’t even really be mad about something and he’ll just start swearing at it to make me laugh.
Post # 4
I cuss way more than I should, but FI rarely lets one go. He just doesn’t use those words very much in his vocabularly, I don’t think he’s trying to filter just on my behalf :). I’m trying to stop saying as many, too, so it definitely helps to have a non-cussing FI!
Post # 5
I didn’t vote because neither of us swear much so it’s not an issue for us. Actually I’ll drop cr*p, sh*t, a$$ every now and then (rarely) but he never swears. Thankfully!
Post # 6
Hell yeah he swears in front of me, but then again I “cuss like a sailor” according to him. We know where and when to hold our tongues, but we let loose when it’s just the two of us. However, we never swear at each other.
Post # 7
My FI has the worst mouth (but not in front of strangers, old people, or in professional settings) mostly when he is watching sports- which is pretty much all his free time! I asked him to make it his New Year’s resolution to cut out the “f-word” in front of me. We’ll see how long that lasts!
Post # 8
He does watch what language he uses in front of kids and ladies, but he doesn’t really use alot of swear words … i on the other hand …
Post # 9
- Wedding: May 2011 - Bartram's Garden
He and I both have major potty mouths. But we watch what we say when we’re in public.
Post # 10
I didn’t vote because I swear WAY more than my FI.
Post # 11
i think he swears more when hes around me, i tend to have that affect:P
Post # 12
No, he has the mouth of a sailor. I have to remind him not to drop F-bombs when there are little kids around.
Post # 13
LOL. It’s weird but my husband doesn’t swear like ever. I, on the other hand, can have the mouth of a sailor sometimes. But actually like you said about your husband, my husband does swear alot in the bedroom. It’s Weird. He actually trys to get me to swear and I just can’t during that time. Its so weird. Its like we totally switch rolls. Odd….
Post # 14
DH and I swear quite a bit, though we’re respectful and curb it in front of family/in public/etc.
Post # 15
@sloth: ditto on that.
But there is one strand of curse words he says that makes me cringe. He uses it when he’s REALLY pissed about something and I always give him the hairy eyeball when he says it…ready?
Rotten Whore M*th*r F*ck*er
URGH! Even typing it makes me cringe.
Post # 16
Neither of us swear that much. Except when I catch the kitchen stove on fire and start screaming “Sh*t sh*t sh*t sh*t!!!”like I did Monday night. Neither of us get offended when the other one swears.