I swear, I swear.
I’m not sensitive to swearing. I was once warned that I’m about to meet people who can swear every after two words; and I said I’m totally fine with it. Swear all they want, it’s not me attracting the bad impression. I swear too, like the time a thumb was stapled on the desk. It’s not my thumb, but seeing it is nasty. I encourage you to utter your favorite curse word/s when in pain because it reduces the pain itself and increases your tolerance, said the psychologist Richard Stephens in a new study.
Swearing is an avenue to express your right brain’s creativeness. People combine swear words and make up their own. I have a bilingual swear that is well above innovation. I’m reserving it for an intense occasion.
Swearing has extents. I don’t foresee myself not enjoying real passionate and powerful swearing of other people…
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