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Fiona Apple Goes On A Timeless Potty-Mouthed Tirade At Louis Vuitton's Party

Fiona Apple acts out after being frustrated at the Louis Vuitton party in Tokyo!

Welp, that’s one way to end a performance!

Fiona Apple was singing at Louis Vuitton's Timeless Muses party in Tokyo Thursday night, but was apparently frustrated at the guests' endless chatter.

In an attempt to silence the crowd, Apple mounted her grand piano and asked everyone to quiet down, which failed, so the musician went with plan B: striking a small metal bell.

But when that didn't work, the Criminal crooner called everyone "rude" and told them to "shut the f**k up" before shouting:

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Elizabeth Hurley Verbally Assaults An Australian Woman At The Airport!

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And here we thought foul language was supposed to be packed in your check-in luggage!

British beauty Elizabeth Hurley and her bad bat boy fiancé flew out of Perth earlier this week, but cameras caught her trying to smuggle WMDs on to her flight!!

Words of Mass Depravity, we mean! LOLz!!

When a reporter hoping to interview her husband, pro cricketer Shane Warne, accidentally stepped in Liz's way, the actress yelled out an expletive we are too well-mannered to repeat in public!

Ch-ch-check out the stunner form Serving Sara serving up sordid vulgarities for the seemingly sweet lady who accidentally crossed her path (above)!

Thankfully, Australia's version of TSA didn't overhear the commotion — bombs are a big no-no in airports these days, even F-bombs!!

We're sure Mz. Liz was just having an off day — why else would she react so cruelly to someone who meant her no harm!?

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Paula Deen's Expletive Filled Blooper Reel

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Chef Paula Deen might be known for her butter-filled recipes or her recent diabetes diagnosis, but that all might change.

Now she might be known for her potty mouth!

She apparently had a blooper real cut together from all of the times she cursed on camera!

We had no idea she had such a foul mouth!

Check out the video (above) to hear how the video actually might have cost her millions!

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ESPN Is Full Of Foul Language, Apparently!

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Jenn Brown Swear Live TV

You guys kiss your mothers with those mouths??!

Ha!

In two weeks, ESPN has had two slip ups of swearing while on live television. Which is weird, because they pay people to listen for them during the supposed 7 second delay — they should be the ones penalized! (or nobody, because it's just a slip up of words!)

Jenn Brown was on the sidelines giving a third quarter report when she accidentally called the coach, named Butch, Bitch instead! She quickly corrected herself, so we say no harm done!

Here's what she tweeted:

"Well, had big a first tonight. Slipping up & dropping the "B" word when attempting to say Butch…not ideal."

Don't worry about it! We're sure everyone understands!

Good job otherwise, we say!

[Image via AP Images.]

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Cursing Can Relieve Pain

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cursing soothes pain

F#@% yeah! LOLz!

A new study has pretty much confirmed what researchers already found several years ago. Swearing can alleviate pain!

A 2009 study in England revealed that participants holding their hands in ice cold water for as long as their senses would allow, lasted about 40 seconds longer if they were belting out F-bombs, S-bombs, and other sorts of bombs.

The Scientific American, which published the 2009 study, states:

"How swearing achieves its physical effects is unclear, but the researchers speculate that brain circuitry linked to emotion is involved."

The current study, however, shows that frequent cursers were only able to withstand the icy water for just ten seconds longer, compared to when they did not swear, leaving the researchers to speculate:

"Swearing as a response to pain might be beneficial, [but] there is evidence that if you swear too often in everyday situations the power of swearing won't be there when you really might need it."

Inneresting.

We imagine swearing has the distraction effect of squeezing something very tight or diverting the pain somewhere else on the body when experiencing pain.

However, both studies do seem to prove that cursing is a normal reaction to pain. So next time somebody breaks a leg, don't give them a hard time for dropping a couple cuss words!

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