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Which we can handily define as "anything we can't say on TMF".

Granting in advance that inappropriate language is never necessary, it is a fact of life. When writing dialogue, (for a screenplay in this example), its hard to imagine some of the conversations being carried on without a fair sprinkling of expletives. In this case the words wouldn't be used to draw attention or shock the audience, but to give a more accurate insight into the speaker's character and state of mind.

How do you handle it in your writing? For instance:

In Fiction, to portray realism?

In Non-Fiction, either using the term yourself, or in a quote?

SB (@#%*<*%!ing hard to decide)

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