All my favourite four letter words. And verbatim what spewed forth from my mouth last night after doing my tax returns (which will be a story for a different day).
But this leads to another topic. I curse/cuss. A good amount. Not as much as say, Jenna Marbles, but a pretty healthy amount. And in mixed company.* I used to curse at work, a very male dominated environment, and it was acceptable there. My nickname was Sailor Rooth and I have been known to go all "sailor" on someone's ass. I don't have a limited vocabulary, it's just that I don't find words that express exactly what I feel at the time, except for those four letter words. It's also, I think, a very efficient and succinct form of communication.
When frustrated, I've been known to curse even in front of family. My mother always has a disappointed look on her face afterwards and asks me to "Act like a lady." Which is hilarious because I don't do anything even remotely close to being ladylike, except for write thank you cards, which I am religious about.
People either feel pretty strongly one way or the other. They're either okay with cussing or they're absolutely not. And I feel like people either do it a lot or not at all. Is your experience the same? Also, do you curse a lot and why?
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*I don't cuss in front of children. Because they pick it up like sponges and then I get in real trouble.