1. Swearing eases pain
Yes, you read that right. It is been known that those who utter the expletive of their choice are likely to experience less pain than those who chant neutral words. However, this thing applies to those who swear a few times a day and not to so-called ‘chain-swearers’.
2. It gives power and control
Swearing can give a greater sense of power and control over a bad state. Profanity activates our fight response, in a good way, and boosts our confidence and self-esteem.
3. It keeps you engaged
‘Curse words = popularity’. Don’t believe? Remember ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’, it had so many curse words that each curse word worked out every 20 seconds and you can see the conclusion, it is a five-time Oscar-nominated film. So, now you know what to do.
For some people, swearing can be a way to express or show that they really mean something or it is really important to them. Well, it can make you look more interesting as a person. So try out.
5. It can make people laugh
As long as profanity doesn’t look offensive, it can be used as humour portion to crack up pals.