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Do you know how many curse words there are in Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction? Care to wager a guess?

YouTube user TheCussingChannel believes they have the answer: 429. And they’ve isolated every single one in a Pulp Fiction Supercut of only the curses, and nothing else. It’s pretty brilliant, particularly listening to the different ways Samuel L. Jackson’s philosophical hit man Jules can manipulate the F-word. I’m pretty sure 95% of the curses uttered in Fiction are F-bombs, based on this edit. My favorite? It has to be Ving Rhames crossing the street and eyeballing Bruce Willis, though John Travolta and Eric Stoltz arguing on the phone about where to bring Mia Wallace is a very close second.

TheCussingChannel works the same magic on Alec Baldwin’s mesmerizing scene from James Foley’s Glengarry Glen Ross, which is below. But where’s Goodfellas or Casino? Those videos would probably run 20 minutes a piece.

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