How many times a day do you say it?
It probably slips right out of your mouth without thinking.
When I stop to think about it, I am embarrassed to admit how quickly it comes out of my mouth.
Vulgarities...in other words, bad words, gutter language, cursing, cussing, whatever you call it...it's not nice. I need to stop it and you need to stop it.
It's become so bad in our nation that even Catholic bloggers have been fired for writing vulgar words in their posts. Yikes! Yet, I know I an guilty of thinking bad words and unfortunately letting them spew from my mouth like so much...well, you get the picture.
Even when we're not angry we spew vulgar words, you know the ones I mean I don't have to spell them out literally.
My, my, that is such a vulgar habit using expletives to describe something. We all do it whether we're mad, sad, happy or excited. Weird isn't it? Even the word vulgar sounds, well, vulgar, it even looks like a nasty word.
While I have learned more about becoming a civil person, somehow my speech and mouth are still working on the lesson. Even though I can think more charitably about the person in traffic behaving badly, my mouth is on another track and says what it may. That is vulgar and that must stop.
Welcome to a year of living without vulgarity...let's start with elections. Well, I cannot control that but I can control my mouth better and set a better example in my own home.
Let's clean up America! Clean up our actions, words, speeches, blogs and heads. Let's not stoop to the vulgar way of things.
Let there be anti-vulgarity and let it begin with me.