In this monologue, Ray tells his teen sister that she needs to stop using so much profanity when she speaks.
RAY: You know what? You know what would be nice? You know what would be great? If you could stop cursing. No really, really, just stop. Just stop cursing. Every time we talk, you use so much profanity that it takes away from whatever it is you are saying because I’m thinking to myself, “Wow, I can’t believe how much she’s cursing.” It’s as if you need to get out every curse that ever existed since the beginning of mankind.
Why is that? We come from the same parents. I don’t speak like that. Who do you hang out with that speaks that way? It’s terrible. There’s no need for you to curse so much? It takes away from your intelligence and your beauty. Nobody wants to be around people like that. Trust me.
Learn to remove cursing from your vocabulary. I’m not saying you have to become an angel but ease up. You don’t have to curse to sound cool or fit in. You make yourself dumber than you actually are and you aren’t dumb.