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11 Reasons Foul-Mouthed People Are Actually Good People

So misunderstood. Red Nose Day is happening on Thursday May 25 and, believe it or not, foul-mouthed people everywhere are raising money and changing lives for the better. Yes, you can f**king help too!

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1. They say exactly what needs to be said.

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2. They're passionate.

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3. They put energy toward their projects.

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4. They're the best shoulder to cry on.

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5. They love giving. Especially when it comes to fingers.

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6. They don't have time for pointless activities.

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7. They know how to problem solve.

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8. They're not intimidated by anyone.

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9. They're great public speakers because they don't scare easily.

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10. They know when to tone it down.

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11. They get their s**t done.

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Most importantly, they raise money for charity.

If you’re a foul-mouthed person and want to use that power for good, take the Red Nose Day challenge and set up your own swear jar fundraiser. Just pop a dollar into the jar every time you swear on Red Nose Day (May 25) and challenge your friends to do the same! Don’t have a problem with swearing? Get more b**chin’ ideas here.