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Ten Words Parents Use So They Don't Swear Around Their Kids!

We heard yesterday that the average driver swear once every two-and-a-half miles. But what if your KIDS are around?

A recent survey asked 2,000 parents for alternate words and phrases they use, so they don't curse in front of their kids. Here are ten popular answers . . .

1. "What the frog."

2. "Sugar," instead of the S-word.

3. "Oh muck."

4. "Shitake mushrooms." (Seriously? Who says that?)

5. "Mother-SMUCKER."

6. "Oh, cheeses," instead of "Oh, Jesus."

7. "Shut the front door."

8. "Fire truck."

9. "Bull spit."

10. "Oh ship."

A few more that ranked a little lower were "fudge," "nuts," "shoot," "for freaks sake," and "what the heck." 


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