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Swearing – a sign of wit and intelligence?

It might seem counterintuitive but scientists have found that swearing fluency is actually a sign of more intelligence and greater vocabulary rather than less. As Richard Stevens, writing in The Conversation says: … swearing appears to be a feature of … Continue reading

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Why not swear our way out of recession?

Swearing. It’s an emotive subject.  Every so often it flares up as an issue of media interest but the debate is never settled and we carrying on effing and blinding. Recent research by communications watchdog Ofcom seems to have detected … Continue reading

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