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I don't know the answer - but can I request an ovine clarification? Is Mr Osbourne that you refer to - the Ozzie of that ilk who swears a lot, or the George who is causing a lot of pain?EditJust read George Osborne's name on the news - oops no U
Well, he said as he stubbed his toe on the desk leg and issuing a torrent of verbal blasphemy and cussing, I'm not so sure it helps endure pain, but for some strange reason, it feels good.Now, if you'll excuse me, I am going to take an axe to that f*&^$$:ing, p@"£$y, sh(8^%-ar~**|, cr^%* featured desk leg.RIGHT YOU B*^**%D, you've been f@:><ing asking for this.........................
I would guess its competing neurological pathways - outgoing motor neurons vs incoming sensation ones. Why do you shake your finger after you bang it with a hammer or jump up and down if you get kicked? Or maybe the emotional response of anger triggers the release of something in the body that relieves pain or prepares you to protect yourself from more of it, as if you were being attacked by an animal.