swearing

5 Swearing Facts That You Probably Didn’t Know
Even the most squeaky clean of us have let colorful speech fly in moments of low self-control like when we stub our toe on the coffee table or when someone cuts us off, and others swear like it's their native language no matter the topic.
Profanity Can Be A Powerful Painkiller
The next time you smash your finger or stub your toe, try uttering a few expletives. Researchers from the U.K.’s Keele University have found that using a few “colorful metaphors” when genuine pain strikes can go a long way in easing your agony, especially …