Do you love swearing?
Do you swear when you are happy?
Or say “f#^%*” when you are angry?
It can be very difficult for someone who loves swearing to be surrounded by people you just know. Sometimes, you cannot help but blurt out some inappropriate words and others may immediately judge you, especially if you just knew each other a few hours or days ago.
But there are times swearing comes in handy. Saying swear words can help loosen up the tension that you feel. It also shows that you are just a normal human being capable of saying something that you don’t really mean.
According to studies, swearing is actually good for you. It is not as bad as others view it.
Swearing and Smart are Connected
Contrary to the myth that people who swear have a poor vocabulary, a research shows that those who swear have a high verbal intelligence. The research also shows that a person who can produce high-quality curse words have higher IQ than a normal person.
Swearing Helps You Maintain Your Sanity
If you are already stressed out, saying a few profanities take off the stress from your head. A study conducted by Richard Stevens from the Keele University showed that cursing and swearing could eliminate stress and elevate your endorphin, helping you calm down.
Swearing Makes You Funnier
A story is funnier to hear if you add some profanity to it, right? And that is what Dr. Timothy Jay, the author of “Why We Curse” proved. Swearing helps you break free from the neurological control, strains, and restrictions. It also makes your story elicit excitement and emotional response.
There is nothing wrong with cursing and swearing. However, before you start swearing, make sure that it is appropriate in the current situation you are at, alright?
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