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Did the MTV Movie Awards Have to Drop the F-Bomb So Much?

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Angry MomHey, MTV, if you're going to advertise your MTV Movie Awards nonstop on Nickelodeon, how about producing a show I can actually WATCH with my kids?!

Peter Facinelli

I'm not a prude or anything, but when the F-bomb is being bleeped out every other word (or NOT bleeped out, in some cases), it just gets a little annoying ... and there is no way this is appropriate for my kid.

Peter Facinelli -- who HAS KIDS -- actually slipped in a few F-words that got past the censors. Check out the "censor fail" video here.

Mark Wahlberg, host Aziz Ansari, the stars of "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World," Tom Cruise ... the list of foulmouthed stars goes on and on.

Over at The Atlantic, they wrote:

The MTV Movie Award producers must have had an "aha!" moment during the event's planning, realizing that the 'f-word' was a resource that hadn't been tapped. Never has whoever is in charge of the "bleep" button been so busy -- and the censor missed several. A few expletives here and there can add humor, but when every other word is profanity, the shtick just becomes tired. The 'f-word' has been around for a very long time, and MTV didn't succeed in making it shiny and new again.

I agree 100 percent! I use the F-word as much as the next guy, but not in the presence of my kids; I'd appreciate it if MTV would show my kids the same courtesy. Until they do, the MTV is staying OFF!

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