Matthew 12:36, "But I say unto you, That every idle word that men shall ....
Think on this, it might help clean up a bad habit.
Some words may not be sins, but they are not a good example to others.
Also name calling when you think you are losing an argument is baby like.
I know many good people are guilty but if you are trying that is what matters in the eyes of God. Whenever I hear someone use the Lords name, I just say a little prayer quietly, "Praise His holy name, God have mercy".
I hate to hear the "F" word, and once in a while I catch my son using it, although it upsets him when it slips out near me. In fact just the other day, my adult son was telling me how someone was putting down Catholics in a nearby bar that he was at with another relative of ours. This person was directing the rebuke to them because it came out in conversation that they both were from Mount St. Michael. My son used the "F" word to try and defend the Mount, a little too much beer also helped it slip out. Anyway they all begin to shout at each other and in the end, they became friends, and spoke about their bad language and too much beer drinking. The stranger was invited to the Mount to see for himself what it was all about, he accepted the invitation, because as he put it, you don't seem to be "cult like" people as I was told. Was this whole incident a good or bad happening, I don't know, but sometime God does make lemonade from lemons.
This person who has a Catholic background and remembers the Latin Mass heard things about the Mount being a cult, but when he met these two characters who admitted they came from the Mount, he became very interested in what was going on up at the Mount. In the end they sang together or the beer did, hugged each other and all was well. I hope God saw the humor in this.