If you work in an office, you're probably familiar with frustrating moments like these: The copier runs out of ink, the phone system goes haywire, or the printer jams.
Well, it turns out there's a good way to deal with that frustration: swearing. At least according topsychologists at England's Keele University, who found that expressing profane feelings is good for you.
the link has the whole article.
"I don’t mind a banshee, that’s fine. 2 banshees? I HATE you. I actually wish bad things upon you." -- Day Daily #459 P1
Ha! Oh HELL yeah! ;)
Cursing at work. Mg 8th favorite scene from the best television series ever made: http://youtu.be/1lElf7D-An8
The only reason that these words have power is because people believe that they do. I understand minding your language when you're in certain social situations, but otherwise I've never heard a compelling argument against swearing. Usually the people who find offense do so arbitrarily. Like, they don't swear because someone else told them thaat they shouldn't. I could care less if people curse or not, but if you want a reason that I can respect, tell me you've thought it through instead of following someone else's little book of life instructions.
bordwithyou wrote:<p>Cursing at work. Mg 8th favorite scene from the best television series ever made: <span>http://youtu.be/1lElf7D-An8</span></p>
That scene was great. I've never seen the Wire. Is the rest of the series that good?
My personal all-time favorite:
just_another_marla wrote:<p><blockquote class="quote-msg quote-nest-1 odd"><div class="quote-author"><em class="placeholder">bordwithyou</em> wrote:</div><p>Cursing at work. Mg 8th favorite scene from the best television series ever made: <span>http://youtu.be/1lElf7D-An8</span></p></blockquote></p><p>That scene was great. I've never seen the Wire. Is the rest of the series that good?</p>
If this is true, then the recent radical changes in my company have made us much, much healthier.
And BTW, I totally believe it.
that is made of awesome.
You must be lying because you don't have cable.
The video is bad, but this is one of my favorites. I love the phrase "metric fuckton".