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Sometimes I'm feeling judged for talking too vulgar

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I like the way I talk, but should I be tailoring it to my audience?

Especially at my school, people talk very proper. I'm the only mofucka saying retard, faggot, etc. Wondering if some people would just find this distasteful?

I'll always joke about it and be open about how I feel no guilt for using the "r-word" as everyone would phrase it now. Maybe it is just something I shouldn't be saying around people I don't know very well. For the most part I never feel weird talking a little trashy in a close social group.

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Ahh interesting question! I

Ahh interesting question! I think you should develop the ability to completely cut out any vulgarity or harshness to your speech. There are certain environments, certain circles where expressing yourself smoothly and carrying yourself with more elegance will serve you a lot better. And you'll be in greater alignment with what's going on and be able to influence it a lot easier. You can always pull out the bullwhip if you need to, but some proper class and taste does go along way in certain scenarios. 

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Excellent!

Excellent!