Their result for The Verbal Obscenity Test ...
You are 81% capable of making other people's ears hurt!
So, how'd you do?
I'm in awe, since you're clearly not afraid of a little rough language! You might pull out the swear words - and you might know the various slang fairly well - but you probably also appreciate that its use is mainly just to show that you mean business. I'm sure a few people shy away from you because you know how to cuss and swear with the very best of them, but that's probably fine by you.
So, when can swearing be useful? Well, some people find talking dirty arousing. Sometimes swearing can be helpful in looking tough when one of those hoodlum-types approaches you. Using some language on your boss may also be effective in stirring things up, but maybe that's just me. Either way, be careful, as getting your timing wrong can result in getting fired, or sleeping alone for the next month. Use your good judgement, since the rough language you're very fond of might not always be necessary!
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Finally, a fun link for those of you interested in brushing up on your swearing skills: click here to view The "Alternative" English Dictionary
Most of the answers from the final section of the test are available through that link, but for those of you who can't be bothered (and for the answers I got from elsewhere), here's the truth about a few dirty words...
Q20: 'Bollocks' is originally an English term.
Q21: Oh yeah, and it means 'balls.'
Q22: 'Cocksmoker' first came from Canada, believe it or not.
Q23: To 'blow one's wad' does NOT mean to lose one's temper. It can mean to ejaculate, or to spend all of one's money. In certain circumstances, the term would be appropriate for both of those things at once.
Q24: '69,' or 'sixty-nine,' refers to mutual oral sex: two people going down on each other simultaneously.
Q25: To 'ranch' means to ejaculate.
Q26: The original form of 'poppycock' - the Dutch 'pappekak' - means 'watery shit.'
Q27: Pirate Pete was playing with his 'scallywag,' or penis.
Q28: Pirate Pete was 'muff diving' by going down on Wendy.
Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)
They scored 81% on ouch my ears, higher than 91% of your peers.
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