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I believe that this is a unconscious psychological affect. WhenWhen people hear words they don't know or understand, another mechanism in their brain activates to try to find a match for the word, and it keeps failing.

To disarm this pattern, just inform them beforehand that you're replacing curse words with close variants.

I believe that this is a unconscious psychological affect. When people hear words they don't know or understand another mechanism in their brain activates to try to find a match for the word and it keeps failing.

To disarm this pattern, just inform them beforehand that you're replacing curse words with close variants.

I believe that this is a unconscious psychological affect. When people hear words they don't know or understand, another mechanism in their brain activates to try to find a match for the word, and it keeps failing.

To disarm this pattern, just inform them beforehand that you're replacing curse words with close variants.

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I believe that this is a unconscious psychological affect. When people hear words they don't know or understand another mechanism in their brain activates to try to find a match for the word and it keeps failing.

To disarm this pattern, just inform them beforehand that you're replacing curse words with close variants.

I believe that this is a unconscious psychological affect. When people hear words they don't know or understand another mechanism in their brain activates to try to find a match for the word.

To disarm this pattern, just inform them beforehand that you're replacing curse words with close variants.

I believe that this is a unconscious psychological affect. When people hear words they don't know or understand another mechanism in their brain activates to try to find a match for the word and it keeps failing.

To disarm this pattern, just inform them beforehand that you're replacing curse words with close variants.

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I believe that this is a unconscious psychological affect. When people hear words they don't know or understand another mechanism in their brain activates to try to find a match for the word.

To disarm this pattern, just inform them beforehand that you're replacing curse words with close variants.