$@#%&?!!!

Cursing.

As I gain more followers I am becoming more and more nervous about cursing on my public blog.

Cursing is a normal part of my life, but I also don’t need it to get across my ideas in the blogosphere.

I want to sprinkle my blog with curse words. On the other hand, I don’t want to send half my readers running and screaming in terror at my vulgarities.

Options

A) Curse whenever I please, internet people be damned!!

B) Warn readers, at the beginning of vulgar blogs and attempt to omit curse words when possible.

C) Never Curse, which will leave you with a still humerous, but much more edited and conservative version of myself.

What should I do?
I need your help, readers.

Question for My Lovely Readers

Hey all!

I know it has been a while since I thanked you all for being amazing and reading my rambling about cooking and other such farmy nonesense.

THANK YOU!!
I keep blogging because I know y’all are readin’!

As you know, my trip to Spain is coming up soon and I won’t be able to sit down and type long blogs about what I ate/did—Can you blame me for soaking up as much culture while I’m there?

However, when I return I promise to share some my insight on part of the Camino trail and the food (because I’m an eater, by God!).

Kit and I have been cooking up a storm this afternoon and in addition to my rapid fire cell phone shots I took some video.
So my question is, are my legit readers interested in viewing a short video of my husband doing some cooking?

Beware, the quality is smartphone lowish, it is unedited, and I sound embarrassingly country when I speak.

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It will probably be a password only video or available for viewing for a limited amount of time.