If the words are blocked out I can’t see the problem and we can play a missing words game. Sometimes an expletive more properly indicates someone’s feelings than other words. I’ve sometimes used ‘damn’ and it was blocked out which amuses me, as it harks back to the era HQAC still live in.
It amuses me also that it would seem the only really taboo word in society is the “c” word, everything else seems to be no holds. Saturday Night Fever (1977) was an X rated film, only because John Travolta said the ‘f’ word, we went to see that as 13/14 year olds and were left wanting. Compare that to Deadpool (2016) which I thought was dreadful film and could have been condensed into 20-30 minutes and lost no content, which as a 15, means the vast majority of our cadets could go and see it without mum/dad and I know of much younger who went to see it. Over my relatively short lifetime what people might regard as standards have gone through the floor. I bought records in my youth as they had naughty words in them, but never played them very loud as mum and dad would have been none too happy. Fast forward a generation and our children played similar, expecting to shock us, it didn’t. The biggest shock was our son went through a spell of liking the ‘rap’ rubbish (he grew out of that), which IMO is the musical equivalent of D&V. So you have wonder if filters have any real relevance. The language would be no worse than what people use, hear on the High Street. Some of the things you hear some parents say and then their children repeat it, are real eye openers. On the whole people on here are pretty restrained, given the feelings, situations and problems faced.