Swearing Actually Makes You A Better Person And Badass, Science SaysNovember 16, 2018 12:37
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Our fondness for swear words is irresistible and though it has now and then has few drawbacks if used unseemly, it is surprisingly doing wonders for our self-growth.
Swearing means you are indeed super smart and badass.
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American psychologists after doing a study at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts have found the theory that swearing is interconnected to sheer awesomeness.
The study reveals four key things:
Swearing makes us better
The reason is obviously savvy, all right, we can clarify this for you. Sweary people don't bullsh*t and they say what they intend and they are frank, bold, open, and honest, all sublime traits to own, right?
Actually, the study found that downright people tend to swear a lot more, even in court and when speaking to police. Innocent suspects oftentimes curse through the testimony which in reality makes them sound more believable.
Swearing makes better friends
The study also suggests that, when picking out your friends, look for those who swear a lot. Because they make spiffing mates! So there you go. Friends who swear, care.
Swearing means you're actually super smart
Those who go forbye the archaic swear word vocab and design their own swearwords/ vulgar phrases are the smartest of the bunch, according to the study.
"People who use taboo words understand their general expressive content as well as nuanced distinctions that must be drawn to use slurs appropriately," the researchers wrote.
"The ability to make nuanced distinction indicates the presence of more, rather than less, linguistic knowledge."
Swearing makes more tolerant
The ultimate finding the psychologists disclosed is that people who swear a lot are more at ease with expressing themselves. They have less built-up choler inside and therefore, are able to control the pressures from day-to-day dickheads much better.