Alternatives to swear/curse words?

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  1. cat_reversing

    cat_reversing Mummy to beautiful V

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    need some alternatives, don't want lo to pick them up!
    so far successfully use:
    sugarpuffs
    fiddle or fiddlesticks

    any you use?
     
  2. biglebowski

    biglebowski Well-Known Member

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    Shut the front door!!! Just cos it makes me laugh.
     
  3. Bevziibubble

    Bevziibubble Well-Known Member
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    I desperately need some alternatives and quickly! :rofl:
     
  4. kimberleyrobx

    kimberleyrobx Well-Known Member

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    I use basket and duck and duck faces!
     
  5. ellie27

    ellie27 Well-Known Member

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    'Oh for goodness' sake' is my sons favourite at the moment! Its amazing, he says it at the right time eg if he accidentally drops something.

    We dont swear so I dont need alternatives to curse words but the above is often used!
     
  6. MummyMana

    MummyMana Well-Known Member

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    I spend a lot of time watching cartoons (I'd like to say my 11year old sister got me into them, but my mum did) anyone who has older kids may have seen Adventure Time, they have some amazing alternatives!

    For fun's sake!

    What the math?

    Oh my glob!
     
  7. LDC

    LDC Well-Known Member

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    I dread to think what my lo could pick up from my potty mouth :-(

    I'm trying to hard! Problem with alternatives is they're harder to say haha!

    X
     
  8. mush23

    mush23 Well-Known Member

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    I sometimes say fudge but most of the time ill start off the curse word and end with silly noises when I realise I'm about to swear, like blergh or Fuuuu oh thinks its hilarious
     
  9. surprisedmama

    surprisedmama Well-Known Member

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    Gosh darn son of a biscuit, mother ducks, duck duck duck.

    That was the phrase I shouted after I stubbed my toe on a brick with my toddler right next to me. It was very hard to not say worse.
     
  10. w8ing4bean

    w8ing4bean Well-Known Member

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    Hubby says fudge it! My mumwas a childminder and always said whoops-a-daisy!!
     
  11. margarita1979

    margarita1979 Well-Known Member

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    Mother father
    Shut the front door
    Fuuuuu...aaarrrggghhh (once I realize what I'm starting to say) :haha:

    I used to have a trucker's mouth, but surprisingly I don't swear much at all anymore (or I half swear and end up making some funny noise at the end, like a PP said). :haha:
     
  12. NerdyMama

    NerdyMama Mum to two!

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    I use battle star galactica s fracking, crudnuckie, shitake mushrooms, ect. However I'm also in the us and use some of uks curse words more than i should :/ things to watch out for when our family finally gets to travel to the Cardiff doctor who convention lol
     
  13. pebbie1

    pebbie1 Mum to Marielle & Markus

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    I use blimey, whoopsy daisy and bugger and sometimes I forgot and went oh fuuuuuu....n :)
     
  14. MoldyVoldy

    MoldyVoldy Khaleesi

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    omg wanna be my best friend?!?!

    lol :flower:
     
  15. Zephram

    Zephram Well-Known Member

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    I like the suggestion 'oh my glob'! My OH and I have really dirty mouths which we need to get under control as LO will imitate anything he can get his mouth around. I've been saying 'frick' instead of the other f word, but I still need to do better.
     
  16. chickenlegs

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    Ooh Ive been there, it is fab!
     
  17. Here_we_go

    Here_we_go Mother of 2

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    :rofl: I've been there. It requires inner strength not to use stronger words when you're in pain :thumbup: I imagine your face changed colors several times before those revised "curse" words left your mouth :haha:

    I'm sorry, but it's happened to me and it was pointed out too. Sometimes you just gotta laugh :flower:
     
  18. NerdyMama

    NerdyMama Mum to two!

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    Lol moldy voldy sure! And chicken legs ah i wish i could go to the next one! Darn money! I'm doctor who obsessed! My oh and i, w when we had our wedding was fraught with doctor who references! Plus my hubby dressed like David Tennant ! Loved it!
     
  19. PrincessLeah

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    Peas and rice!!! (instead of Jesus Christ) :haha:
     
  20. rjm09

    rjm09 kcm12

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    Im sure theyll have a potty mouth when they get older.. But like i taught my sisters, .... Never in front of grown ups, lol !! I was soo bad!!
     

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