Deadpool tested the boundaries of super-hero films with its decision to go the full R-rated monty, as any proper adventure of Wade Wilson pretty much demands such dedication. To the delight of Fox, Ryan Reynolds, and everyone involved in the smash hit of this past February, the gamble paid off, and Deadpool is now a minted franchise awaiting its next installment. So what better way to celebrate this success than to indulge in a clip reel that proclaims to have every profanity of the film, all in one package that lasts for a little longer than two minutes - just like Wade!

You can thank Inside Reviews for this glorious showcase of the words you weren't supposed to say as a kid, but probably heard through years of watching films like Deadpool when your parents weren't looking. Watching this video could double as a collage of the various frustrations of the hero's journey that Deadpool engages in to get revenge on Francis, save Vanessa, and maintain his reputation as a sexy motherfucker. In fact, that pretty much explains why the Merc with the Mouth has the mouth of a sailor, as he's frustrated throughout about 90% of his life. Armchair psychology aside, it's time to answer that question you're probably forming in your mind right now: does Deadpool say ''fuck'' or ''shit'' more in his movie?

If you guessed ''fuck,'' then you're a winner! 84 F-bombs hit their targets during Deadpool's feature film sortie, while a mere 28 ''shits'' were given. Though an interesting note to be made about this video is the fact that words like ''blowjob'' and ''douche'' are counted as curses as well. While these could be debated in either way, the way that both terms are used in Deadpool is entertaining enough to include. Particularly that moment where Teenage Negasonic Warhead calls our hero ''Douchepool,'' as it's a perfect reminder of how attitude is one of the traits mutants in Fox's corner of the Marvel universe like to develop, alongside any other powers they possess.

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With such salty language in the air, it's easy to think about how Deadpool 2 will up its game in terms of creative profanities. After all, the word ''shitbiscuit'' only has so much punch after its first usage. The film's scheduled January 12, 2018 leaves for a lot of time to create some choice swear words that you probably won't be seeing on a t-shirt anytime soon, and if anything Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese are probably cooking up some prime examples as we speak. We wish them the best of luck, as swearing on this level has to be really fucking challenging.

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