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However, we find that teachers, librarians, and booksellers — pretty much anyone who’s not an internet bookseller who doesn’t have to go through a physical intermediary first — have some difficulty with carrying books that have profanity in the title. That’s because many people in the world are not as much fans of profanity as we are. For those people, having a book with swearing in the title in their library causes them to be unhappy and lodge a complaint with the library (which is tedious and time-consuming and may result in the book getting pulled off the shelves anyways) or refuse to shop at the bookstore (which loses the bookstore business).