Today at lunch, one of the workers there said a bad word while talking about I guess her homelife (our boss was sitting there at lunch with us, but I guess she didn't care. LOL). I missed that one (she told me that she said a bad word but she isn't going to repeat it), but then she said another bad word that I actually caught her saying it (the B.S. word). I told her "I got that one!", and one of the ladies started laughing. I told her that I know bad words in sign language. LOL I first learned the bad words in sign from my deaf/HOH classmates in high school (they cussed up a storm in their classes and on my bus). From them, I learned the signs for "F---", "Sh--", "Fart". When I was 16 in 1987, I saw the movie "Children of a Lesser God" and Marlee Matlin was using the "F" word in sign which I already knew at the time. When I got older (in my early 20s), I learned from another person what B.S. is in sign language. LOL You see, I grew up with a severe hearing loss since age 2 years old, so I was mostly oral (with speechreading, notetakers, etc.) in school and other places. I first learned sign at age 14 or 15....I learned that my old deaf high school teacher (deaf since age 3) didn't learn sign until in college! When did you learn bad words in sign language for the first time?