I started this rant with a preamble about how how I do not disapprove of terms and phrases just because they are American. Indeed, there are aspects of American usage I rather like. I removed it to shorten the video, though.
I seldom swear. When I do, therefore, I hope that it carries more power and meaning. It would have been prissy of me to make this video and contort my words to avoid rudery, so I just said the words. They are not terribly strong.
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