cube dwelling: droppin’ f-bombs like it’s hot


f@#* me!

f@#* off!

no f’ing way!

get the f@#* outta here!

are you f@#*ing kidding me?!

that’s f@#*ing bulls@#*t!

that’s really f@#*d up!

i once worked for a guy who used to drop f-bombs on the regular.  i found it jarring and offensive so i asked him, politely, not to use that language when speaking to me. he stopped.

maybe you think it’s funny, or you and the boss are tight like that so you’re comfortable sharing expletives, or maybe the boss is just the expressive type. what’s the big deal, its harmless, right?

dropping the f-bomb or other expletives, shouldn’t be how you communicate in the work place. it’s inappropriate, can be offensive to others, and just down right unprofessional.

unless you’re in a profession where it’s part of normal business practice, or if you’ve found yourself accepting an oscar award and in the excitement you accidently let it slip, leave the potty-mouth for outside the office.


About cassandra mcd.

World's coolest aunt (so I've been told). I'm all about personal growth and living a healthy lifestyle that prioritizes self-care and mental wellness. I want to embrace aging with swagger (and less gray hair), living life more mindfully and filled with an abundance of gratitude.
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