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Dolch: Justin Thomas’ f-bomb outbursts are becoming too much Justin Thomas is a model citizen and a world-class golfer. The best in the world, according to last week’s rankings. At 27, he already has won 13 PGA Tour titles, a major (2017 PGA Championship) a … Hard pass on this being a "problem."
Prior to today, we censored only a few words here at TST. This was the complete list of censored words: w-hore s-lut p-ussy f-uck c-unt We almost never see any of the words on that list except the one that starts with an "f", so as of today, I've removed the others. This site is populated by adults, and as such, I suspect few have a problem with an occasional curse word by other people. You're still all free, of course, to curse or not at your own discretion, but I would ask this: if you're going to use a curse word, just use it. I'm only picking on new Forum Leader @RussUK because I don't think he'll mind… but man up! We all know you wanted to type "shite" so just f***ing type it. Be an adult. You're allowed to curse if you want, and putting an asterisk in there doesn't do anything to reduce it. It just makes you look a teeny bit like a weenie. Like you're not actually swearing and so your mommy can't yell at you by sliding by on a weird technicality. Just type out the f***ing word! It's okay! We get it! You wanted to type "shite!" This goes for other words, too, like shit, ass, etc. (ass has never been censored because it's part of too many other words, and there's no point in doing it strictly as I'd have to list ass, asshat, asshole, jackass, and every other variation). We don't censor much here. The list was only ever as long as above, and now it's just one entry long: the word "f u c k" is replaced by "f***" whether you type f*** or f***er or motherf***ing. As always, if you have an opinion here. I'd welcome hearing it. P.S. I could see a case for just removing "f***" from the list of word filters, too, but… occasionally a kid will see the site, and that is one of the last words. You can say "ass" on primetime TV, but "f***" is still banned. We don't say the c-word very much, or any of the other words you can't say on TV, but "f***" is occasionally used. So for now it remains on the word filter.