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From Clocks That Curse to Profanity Fashion

 - Jun 14, 2009   Updated: Apr 18 2011
Despite what your grade-school teachers told you, it's officially okay to curse. Well, according to these innovations, at least. This slideshow encapsulates the best in profanity-laced products, from clocks that curse to fun remixed viral videos.

Cycle through the cluster below to find your curse-filled creative inspiration.

Implications - Though they may stir up controversy, gutsy innovations such as these are recommended in today's society, especially when communicating to a demographic of young adults. Controversy is the fastest and most effective method of demanding consumers' attention, and though it may not be well received by some, profanity and other unconventional elements will at least prove to be memorable.