I teach people how to write for a living; thus, I understand the need to express one's self in ways not considered crude: swear words. Although, I, too, curse, I like to think of it as a timing issue, and depending on the person and her sensitivities, I refrain. I'm not living in a substandard comedy, where the only words I have access to, are curse words. Nonetheless, censoring is an issue with me, and I find it hard to enjoy an edited movie or song. I want to listen or watch something as the artist intended. If I don't, I don't watch/listen/read. It's that simple. Do I think censorship has nuances to it? Sure. Hate speech or false information come to mind. But, come on, this is a female buddy comedy. We don't get many of those, anyway. Thus, do us all a favor, and give us the real deal. Don't make Cameron Díaz say "flippin'", when her lips are clearly indicating something else.