People Who Curse More Are Better People According to New Study

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According to a new study, people who curse more more often are more attractive, more confident, and less stressed than those fools who keep their mouths PG. According to Elite Daily,

Researchers at Keele University in Staffordshire have been studying the links between cursing and mental behavior for years now, and they recently presented their information at the British Psychological Society’s annual conference.

They found that cursing is most often associated with angry attitudes and emotions toward certain subjects and is used as an emotional coping mechanism. It seems as though cursing allowed the study’s participants to feel a sense of empowerment after airing out their dirty mouths.

… Girls and guys alike agree: There’s nothing sexier than someone who uses words as bold and demanding of attention as they are.

Not only do we feel more confident when we curse, but apparently it makes us a whole lot more attractive, too.

One survey finds that both men and women think swearing is a turn-on, but only when done in appropriate contexts.

… Prevention reports that by expressing our true emotions through the form of an occasional outburst or tantrum, we actually prevent our brains from releasing too much cortisol in the long run, which is the stress hormone that makes you feel all types of horrible.

So there you have it. The more you let the F bombs fly, the better your life will be. This isn’t exactly news to us, but we like to be justified in our awesome way of thinking.

[H/T: Elite Daily]

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