This explains why I make friends everywhere I go!

Common knowledge says spewing out profanity-laden language to let out your frustrations at work isn’t the best idea. That may be a misguided assumption, as a study published in the Leadership & Organization Development Journal has found that dropping a couple f-bombs on the job can actually go a long way. (h/t Business Insider)

The use of expletives in the workplace helps enhance group solidarity and serves as a mechanism for stress relief, according to the study conducted by researchers at the University of East Anglia. Researchers said that the interpretation of cuss words is more relevant than the “simplistic literal meaning.” The study acknowledged, however, that not all swearing is beneficial, such as that used to bully peers.

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  1. Since the Pope is not a peer, fuck him. “Marxism no longer responds to reality,” said Benedict XVI in Mexico the other day. Meaning what you dumb ass? That at one time the Catholic Church did think that Marxism responded to reality? Like when the Catholic Church invented the economic and political system we call Fascism? Or do you mean that reality has changed to such an extent that it has made Marxism fucking irrelevant? Maybe this shithead of a Pope doesn’t fully comprehend that Marx was an historian and a philosopher who was only writting about the human condition? Whatever the case, this son-of-a-bitch of a Pope is talking like a paid propagandist for the Capitalist motherfuckers who are screwing us on a daily basis. So again, fuck him.

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