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Kids Say The Darndest Things!

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Out of the mouths of babes! Ha!

She's a bit young to have such a dirty mouth…but we admire her spunk!

Ch-ch-check out this baby's favorite new word! (above)

A motto to live by for sure! LOLZ!

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Oh, Lil' Kim! For Real??

Oh, here we go…

Lil' Kim's war against Nicki Minaj and members of Young Money is still raging, as once again seen in the rapper's latest track off of her Black Friday mixtape, On The Block (above), in which she disses the male members of the record label by calling them a particularly not-nice homophobic slur!

Give the track a listen (above)!

Not very considerate, gurl!

Especially given the support of your gay fanbase!

You know, the ones that have contributed to some of the 100,000 copies of Black Friday being sold, DESPITE no one receiving it…even though the release date was supposed to be February 14th!

Thoughts??

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TV Profanity On The Rise

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profanity on tv is on the rise

The Parents Television Council is NOT happy about everything the rise of profanity on TV.

Today, they released their first study of the year, titled A Habitat for Profanity: Broadcast TV's Sharp Increase in Foul Language, which shows a 69.3% increase in profanity from 2005 to 2010.

Here's what PTC President Tim Winter had to say about it:

“Our analysis of the first two weeks of this still-new fall television season shows a disturbing trend that shocked even us. Profanity is far more frequent and the profanity itself is far harsher than just five years ago. Even worse, the most egregious language is being aired during the time slots when children are most likely to be in the audience."

Here are some other findings from the PTC:

Use of the bleeped or muted f-words increased from 11 instances total in 2005 to 276 instances in 2010 – an increase of 2,409%.

Use of the bleeped or muted s-word increased from 11 instances in 2005 to 95 instances in 2010 – an increase of 763%.

During the family hour, instances of the f-word increased from 10 in 2005 to 111 in 2010. Use of the s-word during the family hour increased from 11 instances in 2005 to 42 in 2010.

Out of all the networks, Fox is the biggest culprit, with a 269% increase of profanity usage per hour across all prime-time hours. No statement has been released from Fox yet but they'll probs just tell the PTC to go $@&% themselves.

All right, so people curse on TV more than they used to! At least profanity is better than violence!

What do U think? Are we cursing on TV too much, or are the PTC just being a pain in the @$$?

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