What’s so cool about swearing?
In May 2006, Li Na and other female companions walked by the lake in twos and threes. They are the newly released top ten women in Changsha.
Li Na was the most favored one, and later she won the championship in Changsha.
“I ×, my seasickness is too tight!
“I heard that one of the filming content was” boating “, and Li Na jumped out like this.
This scene, which lasted only 33 seconds, appeared in a video on the Internet, and was uploaded on the Internet through the title of “Lina is in a dirty language door”.
But why do people swear?
Research has been carried out by scientists.
Swearing is becoming more and more “equality between men and women.” “Stop there, I feel the world is getting better, I live too much, damn it!
About 3 months ago when Li Na encountered the “dirty words”, Wang Xiaozhu (net name), who worked in a well-known TV media in Beijing, came up with a whimsy and launched the “Huge Women’s Club” to advocate that women can open their heartsSpeaking of dirty words, let women vent their anger into an unprecedented new era.
“Well that . damn it!
“Is their most well-known representative sentence.
In Wang Xiaozhu’s own words, “Alkaline women are not simply playing feminist rights, they also subvert men’s rights.
“In general, men are more enthusiastic about swearing than women.
For example, men speak swear words earlier, more frequently, and use swear words conflictingly aggressively . In a 10-year study of swear words and their social effects, American language psychologistMosey-Jeffer found that, as a platform for swearing, “graffiti text in men’s toilets is gradually more difficult than women’s toilets.”
“However, research by Mike Tyvold, an expert in web metrology at the University of Wolverhampton in the United Kingdom, shows that, instead of changing the era, the platform for the publication of swear words has been transferred from the toilet to the Internet.”Gender equality.”
American linguist Thomas, after recording the personality of 4,000 male and female students, also found that regardless of boys and girls, swear words came out of them with the same frequency.
In his new book, The History of Swearing Culture, American Ruth-Wizinli published the view: “Women do not have any innate conditions that are not suitable for speaking swear.
No matter in terms of nerves, body structure or physiological functions, the structure of swearing is the same for both sexes.
“The core of this structure is the” peripheral system “, which is an important part of the brain that affects and controls emotions. It surrounds the positions of the two hemispheres of the brain to form a closed and enclosed part, which encapsulates the implantation of the center of the brain into the ventricles.
Although McLean, director of the Brain Evolution and Brain Behavior Research Unit of the American Institute of Mental Health, did not formally put forward the concept of the “peripheral system” on the basis of previous studies, but as early as 50 million years ago, reptilesWhen creatures dominated the continent, the limbic system began to evolve.
Therefore, the limbic system is the most primitive part of the brain.
In the limbic system, it also retains the characteristics of the organism before it evolved into a human, or the original instincts and emotional functions necessary for survival.
In 1885, French doctor Tourette discovered that some people with impaired limbic systems would experience rare mental disorders.
The disease was later named “Tourette Syndrome”.
Some patients have face twitching, or make a strange noise to clear their throat, and 10%?
Twenty percent of the patients had symptoms of “complication language”. They couldn’t control themselves at all, and swear words continued to flow like rivers breaking the embankment.
This is not difficult to understand-control core structural equality, the frequency of swearing is naturally equal.
So why is it generally believed that “men are more profane?”
Ruth-Wizinli’s analysis is that “male curses are mainly in public.”
Swearing, as an instinct of human beings in ancient times, is of great significance to human survival and socialization.
”Benefits” of swearing “I fucking want to pump you!”
In October 2004, at the press conference of the film “A World Without Thieves,” the director Feng Xiaogang shouted at a reporter, and the media in which he lived revealed Feng Xiaogang’s home address recently.
“You have done a very shameless thing, is to wait for my home address in the newspaper, and now every day a neuropathy intercepts me downstairs in my house, what right do you have to disturb my normal life?
Feng Xiaogang certainly didn’t really do it.
I have to admit, there are always times when we want to stab someone for a solid pain, but reason tells you that this is not possible.
How to do?
Ruth believes that the benefits of swearing are: “You can use violence in a symbolic way, which achieves the goal and avoids harm to the human body-this is a win-win strategy.
“The American psychologist Reinhold-Oman described the cursing mechanism of cursing as follows:” People become hyperactive once they get angry.
Swear words and insulting gestures can relieve a person’s emotions.
“Bug fights will reduce aggression. Swearers use swear words as weapons, and the scolded person becomes discouraged in verbal intimidation, and physical conflicts are therefore weighted.
It is always easier to get people’s understanding than to speak, but the “benefits” of swearing are not limited to this.
The Dutch once conducted a study that deleted all the swear words from a voucher record and read it to reporters separately.
Which one looks more credible?
The answer is “uncut edition”.
Want to gain trust?
Among friends or a group, “permitted nasty words” can even add a relationship-enhancing bond to make members have a “we are a group” identity; or you can call it “social curse”.
Qian Zhongshu portrayed a principal Gao Songnian in Besieged City. When dealing with people, he was exquisite, able to talk about the international relations between teachers and students of the political department, and to discuss with poetry students that “poetry is the soul of a nation.”The military instructor’s personality, “fuck” also blurted out, and the instructor was pleasantly surprised and attracted the same.
Most men are no stranger to this approach, especially in taverns, locker rooms, or sports fields. These locations symbolize the escape from the restrictions of critics (mainly mothers, wives, or elementary school teachers) who criticize themselves for swearing. Here, swearingIt is a garage for relationships between men.
The reason why this carbonic acid can get unexpected results is because they break the barriers between people. What is their identity? Part of it is the same when speaking swear words, and people with basic biological characteristics.
The US Tourism Agency’s propaganda offensive proves that “swear words” also fraudulently shortened the distance between countries.
Their latest travel slogan was “Where the fuck are you?”
(So, where is the bloody hell?
“) Implies that people are moving quickly to travel to Australia.
But the simple and enthusiastic invitation of the Australians was unbearable to the British.
Think about what Materachi Zidane said in the 2006 World Cup final?
British lip expert Jessica Reese considers Materaki to say that Zidane is “the son of a prostitute in terrorism” based on his mouth.
A French television commentator believes that Materazzi said to Dane that “you are an ungrateful dog raised in Italy.”
This sentence angered Zidane, who performed well throughout the game, eventually knocked Materazzi and broke his hopes of winning the World Cup again.
Dirty words are everywhere in our lives. There are smart dirty words, such as those of the serial port; there are also stupid or out of control, like those dirty words that vent emotions.
In the latter case, you should consider emotional control or express it in a way that is more acceptable to society. Humor is a good choice.