LaurenceB
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2010-03-31T15:11:03Z
Looking in the forums I was able to find an old post about a .txt file that had multiple sql insert statements that added the words into the database. I have modified the list with some regex that prevent the filter from filtering common words that have the curse or bad word inside of them. Also I took out some Non-US curse words that would not normally be used but again might be inside of a commonly used English word.

Location of XML file 

Original post of bad word list 
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bbobb
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2010-04-01T04:29:03Z
The feature is a very forum- and culture-specific. It's much more handy to enter it by hand 🙂.
LaurenceB
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2010-04-01T07:25:32Z
I agree that any bad language filter would be culture specific and language specific I still think that most people don't understand that the bad word filter uses regular expressions and that even the Html code can be affected by the list. So I just put this out there as an example and a starting point so people don't have to start from scratch.
vr_driver
2014-07-30T01:16:18Z
Not sure what happened with the previous links, but they didn't work. I just made this XML file.
File Attachment(s):
YafReplaceWordsExport-1.xml (8kb) downloaded 142 time(s).
Zero2Cool
2014-07-30T13:35:54Z
Bloody is a word that needs to be filtered?? Crazy, bloody crazy!!!
bbobb
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2014-08-05T12:47:31Z
Anyway, such a file is a good starting point if you have nothing.

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