I have to say that more kids here are less considerate and vulgar in public, at home, and in school during class infront of teachers (even towards them). *Of course, this is particularly prominent in the area I live in, which is an English suburb. *Every other word is that versatile F one. *I've found American kids to be more careful with their expression in public. *Racism is also of concern to me here since it's expressed more openly (seriously, openly selling swastika pins to children!?). *I thought the KKK and Nazi Skinheads were bad, but when it comes to 13 year-olds, it's frightening. *There's lots of decent people too though, and those are the ones I prefer to interact with. *Like I said before Dino, try to stand firm, but not so far as to get you into serious trouble.