By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist January 10, 2014 at 4:30PM
Of the many illustrious accomplishments achieved by Martin Scorsese's ode to doing very bad things, "The Wolf of Wall Street," one of them is breaking the record for the number of times "fuck" is uttered in a feature film. The movie manages to rack up 522 f-bombs across 180 minutes, obliterating the previous record held by Spike Lee's "Summer Of Sam," which said "fuck" 435 times. So what does that many "fucks" look like?
Slackstory (via Uproxx) have managed to get their hands on a copy of the movie and have crafted a four-and-half minute video that covers every "fuck" in the film from beginning to end. You might want to wear headphones if you're watching this at work. Meanwhile, Paramount has finally released their their first red band material from the movie that is gaining notoriety for its level of debauchery. It's a clip that finds Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie fighting, with a glass of water wielded as a weapon (of sorts). It's a funny scene, and yes, there are "fucks" in it too. Watch below.