In my lifetime much has been said about cursing or cussing.
Let’s set the facts as they are. First, most of what is said about cussing is merely a cultural statement and nothing more.
A person could scream “SUGAR” out in a rage and I’d testify that the word was expressed in vulgarity. In other words, it’s not the actual word itself that makes it a cuss word, it’s the intent BEHIND the word.
Swearing, on the other hand, has really been taken out of context:
An example of actual swearing would be:
“I swear that by my mother’s name that I will not rest until…”
Damning someone is similar: “Damn you to hell.,.”
In reality, we are not to swear as our total allegiance is to be to God and in the advent if vengeance is involved, that is totally God’s responsibility, not ours.
Other words such as the German, to shat is merely a bodily function: nothing more or less.
The same can be said about most sexual references: this is even to the point where the word or phrases possess no meaning at all.
Nonetheless, cussing is basically a relative activity. We as human come up with all sorts of rules that declare themselves to be righteous, but in the long run we see the real vulgarity for those who proclaim love on the rims of lying lips. Attempting to fake genuine goodness is absolute vulgarity, but here we see this as a staple as a regiment of unending quality in American Society.