WATCH YOUR TONGUE … AND THE ADULTS IN TANDUM

As I observed at the time …

Language. At age seven, eight, and ten, each in the band of boys has acquired a filthy tongue. Incredibly obnoxious. Many of us adults are offended. Some have complained to the management. Now the word comes down. “Hey, Dirk, you hear? We can’t use bad words no more.”

“Who complained?”

Like, “Let’s get ‘em!”

We adults need to stand together. Firmly. Before the little bastards overrun us.

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One thought on “WATCH YOUR TONGUE … AND THE ADULTS IN TANDUM

  1. I see (hear) even the unmentionable/unspeakable words are now becoming common place on TV…LIVE TV! With all the really really terrible stuff going on in the world, why are we still shocked (SHOCKED!) by the… well, you know…word? Now that they CAN say them over the air, they all seem to be making an effort to work them into any conversation. I frown at my 50-something year old son for making THE gesture to Mr. Trump…but the TV “stars?” Some of these words are so bad that back in the day when my brother said them (quietly) I “couldn’t even SPELL them.” 🙂 My very young greatgrandson (about five, no more) whispered the word penis to his sister as she walked by him in church as a flower girl. (She was the flower girl, not him 🙂 He was instantly in a LOT of trouble!

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