Yeah, but nah.
I was in a weird spot growing up. Middle school and high school, I'd cuss all I want. But me and my family started attending church right before middle school so- like, ok, yeah, church says not to use it, but I still wanted to cuss when hanging out with friends so I felt like.. eh, I can compromise. Somewhere along the line I sorta established these rules in my head for when it's alright to use such language, good heavens.
In church, nope. With friends, sure. With family, nope. With distant family, maybe. Online with strangers, maybe. For music or anything else creative, nope.
Nowadays, I make an active effort to not cuss around anyone in the slightest, and I'll even apologize if I slip up. But I still do it in my head. I just don't feel the need to say stuff like that out loud anymore. The big exception to this now though, is for creative stuff. Profanity just has this super expressive nature that can be used for impact, regardless of the fact that, yeah... I could use other words and be more creative with my word choice, but like.. just dropping a singular f-bomb has its own poetic flair, you know?