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When It's OK to Swear


A British researcher said his study indicates using swear words increases a person's tolerance for pain. The researcher (Keele University) said he compared the pain tolerance of 67 students of both sexes when they each dropped a hand into ice-cold water. He said most of the subjects found their pain tolerances increased when they were allowed to exclaim swear words as opposed to neutral language.


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