foul talk

See: profanity
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Why has Keith Thurman, previously overloaded with foul talk, turned silent, mute?
The foul talk on the Miguna incident, or even what happened last year during the elections, is so full in peoples brains that they can hardly embrace the handshake and let bygones be bygones.
So we applaud the decision to cut out the foul talk next time Oliver makes a programme.
And put away anger, wrath, malice, slander and foul talk from your mouth."
The foul talk continued yesterday when ex-Tory minister Edwina Currie claimed 12 days without sex with her husband had made her 'shrink'.
St Paul tells the Ephesians: "Dirty stories, foul talk and coarse jokes - these are not for you.
And the foul talk continued yesterday when Edwina Currie claimed 12 days without sex had made her 'shrink'.