|QUOTE (urbanfire @ Wednesday, Feb 27 2013, 10:46)|
|Use f*cking headphones if profanity bothers your children so much...|
See, when you're a parent in charge of a kid, you can't wear headphones, because you might not hear their screams when they fall into the bathtub and think they are drowning, or they are climbing up the window blinds and they get the drapery cord wrapped around their neck (yeah they do that, who knows why), or they burn their hands on their Easy-Bake Oven, or when they walk in on you while you are beating the crap out of a GTAV ho who diss'ed you, using your 9 iron, while the ho kicks you in the virtual balls while shouting a stream of obscenities. You have to be able to hear what is going on around you, for these situations.
And further to the OP's point, it's not inconceivable that you might actually want to show your kid some benign parts of GTAV, like mountain climbing or driving through the country or the city, or running and jumping and climbing, since the kid got bored and came in to sit with you and watch you play the game for a while.
Why is it so hard to understand? People, open your mind to all the potential situations.... Do you all live in caves? Do you have no interaction with other people, adults, younger siblings? The fun vulgarity of GTAV unfortunately limits its opportunity to be played when there is the chance of polite or mixed company intruding on your fun.