There were celebrations around the world today as a team of British scientists claimed to have developed the first new swear word for over 100 years.
Under strict laboratory conditions a team from Ponder's End University has produced what is thought to be the world's first Genetically Modified swear word.
The team, led by Professor Adrian Catlitter has been working in secret on the project for the last two years and is believed to have beaten off competition from South Korea, Germany, and the USA.
The word, which is still in its testing stage, is believed to have 3 syllables, making it the world's longest profanity as well as the most robust.
Remarkably, the Frankenswear in no way relates to excretion, reproduction or body parts and is non-religious in origin, making it a truly international word.
Professor Catlitter told our reporter that it would be a long time before the final version will be readily available to the public, but added that if all goes to plan, school children, builders, old ladies and clumsy DIY enthusiasts could be using the new curse word by 2018.
On hearing the news, the Prime Minister said "We should be proud that Britain is once again at the forefront of international execration" and added that vulgarity was something which we as a big society could and should all take part in.
However, warnings have been issued by Middle Eastern Terrorist groups who claim that once again the West is trying to destroy traditional lifestyles and beliefs by forcing western imprecation on to the unsuspecting masses.