Some suggested edit reviews are fake and are intended to check that the reviewer is paying attention and reviewing correctly.
I recently encountered one where the fake suggested edit contained 'fuck': https://stackoverflow.com/review/suggested-edits/3138761
Despite the fact that we regularly encounter profanity online these days, and whilst it is not uncommon to encounter the word 'fuck' in blog posts by recognised authorities in the world of software development (and, I assume, in other fields), this nevertheless caught me a bit by surprise.
I have no problem with whatever strength of language someone feels is appropriate and relevant to make their point, however in the context of audit-related fake suggested edits, is the use of profanity appropriate?
Update: just to clarify, the word 'fuck' was not present prior to the fake suggested edit. The fake suggested edit added the word 'fuck' where it was not previously present.