Yes, I know that profanity filter can be disabled as described in the new wonderful online help:
Profanity filter (Censors swearwords. To disable - simply switch to a language you do not expect to be using)
and actually I disabled it right that way, even before the online help told me that!
But anyway some users don’t disable it and the following game chat may happen:
Me - “Will you be at next tournament in city-name?”
My opponent - “Probably, and you?”
Me - "I think so. Also person-name would like to “$ !%”
Me - "Rank instability may occour when you “$ !% a stronger opponent.”
My opponent - “The word after “you” is censored”
Me - “ bea t”
(the space is to cheat profanity filter)
I don’t know if in the english profanity filter the words “come” and “beat” are censored, but in the italian one they are.
And that’s confusing!
Expecially when you don’t want to say that “Rank instability may occour when you the-four-letter-word a stronger opponent.” (that also could mean that you beat him, but oh you know what I mean ) neither you would say that “person-name is looking for intercourses”.
So, italian verb “venire” means to come. Yeah, it also could mean ejaculate, but that’s a very secondary meaning.
Similarly, italian verb “battere” means to beat or defeat. Yes, it also could mean “to prostitute” but, again, that’s a secondary meaning.
We found that also the italian noun “regina” is censored. It’s for “queen”. I really don’t understand why.
So, sometimes chatting in italian is very "$ !%. (hard )