It should come as no surprise then that I had a good laugh when presenter Denise Welch inadvertently mouthed the F-word
on Loose Women.
And it doesn't just have to be traditional expletives like the F-word
that will help soothe, according to their scientific research.
While performers are always asked not to swear, some sneak in the odd bad word, like Adele (who managed 33) and the Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl, who encouraged the crowd to join in as he chanted the f-word
, while strumming a guitar.
BGT judge Amanda Holden accidentally let slip the F-word
as magic act The Haunting performed in last night's live semi-final.
I've got to apologise, it's my fault that the word was said TV's Robert Peston after actress Miriam Margolyes used the f-word
on his programme I am not a racist.
I well remember, decades ago, the uproar and consternation caused when the F-word
was first used - spoken on a TV show.
Feminism: Reinventing the F-Word
. Twenty-First Century, 2016.
It also included a man using the "f-word
" and 78 uses of bleeped offensive language.
Scarlett-Rose Davis, a 3-year-old toddler from Birmingham, who became a sensation after using the F-word
during an ice bucket challenge, has apologised and said that she won't use such bad words again.
And the only f-word
on their minds will be Roger Federer.
The three expletives were expected to differ significantly from one another, with the word a-hole predicted to be least offensive, the f-word
as moderately offensive, and the n-word as most offensive.
A source said that the employee was heard using the F-word
, and was immediately reprimanded.