Does the media reflect real life? Yes when we write scripts we do base them on real life events, in addition to non-fictional productions which still revolve around real life. When we write for any media mediums we write from a real perspective. So Does the media reflect how we live today yes, and no. Sometimes we do add negative to balance out the positive.
This is the last blog on Profanity I hope you all apply these lesson to your life. I will miss providing you all with valuable lessons, so until we cross cyber paths again.
A light recap on what you’ve learn.
The introduction to how cursing beneficial.
History of a bad words.
and Profanity in the media.
Remember dream, walk, talk, success.
Many great people write or make up quotes, based off of life’s experiences. Quotes can help you out in life, they can help you through hard times and give you good advice on things your not sure about. Quotes are very important to our society, because they in a sense tell about our human experiences. They can also be very entertaining or funny. Today lesson is put that shit in a quote, enjoy cool profane quotes. Create your own profane quotes ones that really helps you through hard times.
When animals curse it’s funny depending on what they say. This can be entertaining and at the same time dangerous. Birds cursing can have it’s pro’s and con’s. Let’s say your grandmother is visiting and you’ve had fun all weekend. As soon as your try to introduce the bird to your grandmother the bird goes crazy with dirty talk from you and your lady friend from the night before. Not cool, so this lesson is a pre-caution for what not to say around the wrong ears.
The poetic language
Could profanity be a poetic language like Spanish is the language of love?
When pissed off girls curse in Spanish it seems poetic, like fucked up poetry.
But there are guild lines for how to use the poetic language.
For instances there are rules for speaking Ebonics.
Rules for or guild lines for speaking in tongues, rules for just about anything that requires us to pass down information.
I’m not breaking it down fluent enough, layers of information at your finger clicking tips.