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Listen to Shadow the Hedgehog repeatedly shout the c-word on Wii U

Listen to Shadow the Hedgehog repeatedly shout the c-word on Wii U It seems as though Nintendo has a bit of a profanity issue in the Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games Wii U game.Yes, that is a mouthful of a title for a game, but just wait until you hear the mouthful Shadow the Hedgehog gives the goalkeeper during a game of soccer.

People who swear more may be more honest? Get the F*ck out of here

People who swear more may be more honest? Get the F*ck out of here If you’re one of those people who can’t stop swearing, I have some great f*cking news and some bad f*cking news.The good news first: A study published online in Social Psychological and Personality Science suggests that people who swear more may be more honest, or may be perceived as being more honest.

Frustrated kid politely lets everyone know how he really feels

Frustrated kid politely lets everyone know how he really feels Siblings can be so annoying that sometimes you just absolutely lose it.But, if you're in front of your parents, you have to keep your cool.

'Eff everything and everyone': Tennis comeback star gives best speech ever

'Eff everything and everyone': Tennis comeback star gives best speech ever 34-year-old tennis star and self-confessed "tough cookie" Mirjana Lucic-Baroni isn't one to mince words.She was happy AF on Monday, having just defeated 21-year-old Jennifer Brady at the Australian Open in Melbourne.

The surprising origins of your f*cking favorite swear words

The surprising origins of your f*cking favorite swear words ) We have Old English to thank for one of the most commonly used swear words in the United States.According to OED, "shit" has been used to mean an "obnoxious person" since 1508.