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How to Bleep Cuss Words on DVDs.?

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1. Place the censoring DVD player by the TV that it will be used with. Connect a video cable between the video output of the DVD player and a video input on the TV. Connect the red and white audio plugs at one end of the audio cable into the red and
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Usually it is used in place of the F*** curse word where it may be inappropriate to curse or use obsene language but some one may want to get their point across
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Can't think of anything else at the top of my head in Mandarin, but in other Chinese dialects it gets more vulgar. In Chinese culture, filial piety is a highly valued quality, and
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The first curse word was likely "d- as in asking God to d- someone to Hell,
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