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10/15/2009 03:30 PM ID: 81165 Permalink   

Mexicans Swear Around 20 Times Per Day


A new survey has shown that Mexicans swear on average about 20 times a day, or some 1.3 billion daily curse words collectively. 1,000 adults were surveyed by the Consulta Mitofsky firm and the study has a 3.1-point margin of error.

The survey found that upper class citizens were more likely to use curse words than lower class ones, and people in the south of the country -- heavily populated by Indians -- are less likely to swear than those in the north.

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  Hijo de puta  
Where do they come up with this stuff?
  by: philosoraptor   10/15/2009 04:27 PM     
That's a lot of f-ing swearing
  by: VermiciousG     10/15/2009 04:47 PM     
We rock!!!!!

well try to drive in the bigest city of the world, with another18 million ppl around and 50 thousand moros blocking your way for some stupid political reason and you will swear more than 20 times per day
  by: demonh8   10/15/2009 05:15 PM     
  That's It?  
I used to be around people that pretty much cursed all day. I don't even realize when anyone cusses around me and I am sure I either say or type more than 20 cuss words a day.
  by: TaraB     10/15/2009 05:25 PM     
  define swearing  
is 'damn' a swear word? or is it only when you put the 'gd' in front of it? At work, I've put a curb on my swearing by using substitutes. You have to work at it but you can succeed. For example when I want to swear, I say 'Danny Bonaduce!' instead.
  by: John E Angel     10/15/2009 07:13 PM     
F@$#ing amateurs.
  by: spiggy   10/15/2009 07:45 PM     
  I never swear...  
only express my self loudly with some colourful language.

Naughty Mexicans.
  by: captainJane     10/15/2009 09:14 PM     
yeah i was thinking the same thing. they seem like a very polite nation, they only swear as much as aussie kindergartener.
  by: veya_victaous     10/15/2009 11:48 PM     
  They Are Way Behind Me  
Those dudes are not even near my league.
  by: ichi     10/16/2009 05:18 AM     
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