You may think it is funny to swear in public - do you really want your children to see such language in public.
You can buy a non-sweary one if you like. Re: children, you are assuming literacy levels in children.
bastards have put the price up since this morning!!!
Sure to be an arrestable offence that... you wouldn't want to get carted off to the post office for a strip search and full cavity DNA swabbing - nasty business.
Jabba would say the language is perfectly suited to the literacy levels currently prevailing in our state sector schools.
Absolutely asking to get arrested if you use the sweary one. Up here in Scotland it will be "breach of the peace" They can pin that one on you if you say "fuck". Or..if you live in Bristol, your best pal will shop you.
Like all the above I immediately thought about the possibility of arrest for that. That's worrying that we now think that way.How many of 'the children' are that aware they regularly read tax discs?Anyway seriousness aside, in the nanny state shouldn't we be allowed to laugh at 'puerile rubbish'?
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