Jimmy Kimmel had a hard time believing a new study that says women are more likely to swear in road rage situations than men. So, he went directly to a trusted source -- kids -- to find out the truth.
Kimmel's crew asked children on the street, "What's the worst thing your mom has ever said?" Sure enough, most of their responses were not suitable for network TV. One kid was a curse word expert, it seemed. "I probably heard all of them... you want me to say them?!" he asked.
But don't worry moms, we hear dads have the same f***ing problem.
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