When you feel like "swearing" stop yourself, and insert these words or phrases.

According to a new study, most of us tend to use foul language an average of 16 times a day. Yes, we all use a swear word 16 times a day!!! Now for some, that number may seem low. I do know many people in my life that could probably get to their 16 in less than an hour.

In an effort to clean up the world we've decided to start with cleaning up our language. How can we do it? Let's start by giving you some substitute words that you can use the next time you feel like swearing. For example, if someone cuts you off when you're driving, or you stub your toe somewhere, instead of yelling out "bleep-bleep-bleep" maybe try out some of the great suggestions we have for you.

10 Substitute Words to Use Instead of Swearing

Try out these replacements for common swear words.

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