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In the volunteers who swore, we also found they had an elevated heart rate, so it could be increasing their aggression levels.
Grange Hill was perceived, by some excitable types, to be thoroughly offensive when it first appeared on our screens - but the only offensive thing about it to me was that the kids never swore.
"No other employees who swore at Mr Hussain were sent home and later dismissed.
Oyediran subsequently swore to an oath of office and allegiance.
n 1957, Nasser swore the same oath before Parliament, to become the first president to uphold this tradition before the people's representatives council - File Photo CAIRO -- 2 June 2018: President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi will take the constitutional oath of office for his second term before Egypt's Parliament on Saturday to start his second term on June 3.
Just this month, Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne famously swore on TV when the Dons won the League Cup, saying: "Nineteen years, 120 minutes and f*** penalties."
The youngsters were also asked how much they swore in daily life and this was analysed together with their level of pain tolerance.
I would get offended if they swore excessively, especially if there are children around, and I would tell them to quiet down because it shows that they have a limited vocabulary."
The researchers found that volunteers were able to keep their hands in the freezing water for significantly longer when they swore.
There were comedians in the past who had careers, very successful careers, that lasted 50 years and they never swore once.
President George Washington swore the oath of office on a Bible, and most presidents since have followed that custom.
The younger you are, the less likely you are to be offended by bad language and, unsurprisingly, the survey found men swore more than women.
Seventy-eight per cent of the people surveyed even admitted to swearing regularly for no reason whatsoever, while the overwhelming majority - 98 per cent - admitted that they swore when they lost their temper.
Playing in the Hexham League in the 1960s I made a right Bessie of a shot, cross, pass, I can't remember which, but I swore once.
But he deliberately swore into a camera, into the homes and faces of millions of people - there's a big difference.