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Another ? I was watching the Jeff Probst show and at one point they were talking about cats. They had cat daddy on there answering the audience questions about their pet cats. Then they had a celebrity on there talking about her cat who was lost. Well. The word pussy cat came up and they beeped it out.



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      Frannie1964 wrote Oct 16, 2012
    • Then they were just saying it over and over, and each time it was bleeped out. The celebrity was like, is that a bad word? Where talking about cats here. So Jeff asked the audience if they thought pussy cat was a bad word to them, and it sounded like most of the Audience kind of agreed.

      What do you think? Do you think it’s a naughty bad word? Even though they were talking about felines.




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      Frannie1964 wrote Oct 16, 2012
    • I don’t think it’s a bad or naughty word unless your actually using it that way. Like if you say pussy and then pause before saying cat. Saying it together like pussycat, I would think is ok. That’s just my humble opinion I guess.




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      Emily Althuizen wrote Oct 17, 2012
    • I think censorship has gone overboard in the US. Canada and Europe use the ‘be a parent and monitor your children’ method. just my 2 cents based on someone not living in the US. I don’t particularly appreciate vulgarity or violence on tv but I do feel that we have control over what we watch as consumers. It’s called a remote control. I also watch very little tv as I am too busy.




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      Nathalie Girard wrote Oct 17, 2012
    • They should be sensoring violence in kids cartoons instead. Even Walt Disney pictures have picked up that trend and nobody seems alarmed about that!




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      Tuliplady wrote Oct 17, 2012
    • I agree with you Frannie. I almost always call cats a pussycat.    

      For goodness sakes, they made a whole movie about “Puss in Boots”  It’s an age-old name for cats.




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      Marya1961 wrote Oct 18, 2012
    • There is nothing wrong with the word pussycat, it is the people who blow it out of proportion.heartbreak




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      Linda L wrote Oct 18, 2012
    • Pussy can be offensive, but what’s the big deal about the word pussycat.  There’s a song - pussycat pussycat I love you, yes I do...




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