Our expert says:
I suppose any of us might and probably would swear if we dropped a brick on our toe. What you seem to be referring to, though is the social use of swear words with very little provocation if any, as part of regular speech. And this is responsive to societal norms, which seem to have almost disappeared as regards what language is considered unacceptable for public use. And of course this sort of swearing is generally a marker for the dim and inarticulate ( otherwise they could express themselves just as vehemently but more clearly and less offensively. And there's a desensitization effect, so that such words have less and less impact, losing even their shock value.
And you'll have noticed that in recent years, women swear as much, sometimes even more than the men.
I rather like the idea of "clean bars" --- I wonder whether that idea would work here ?
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