It could have been done better by not using foul language!
I am reminded of a quotation from the great John O'Grady (aka Nino Culotta). In school, his English teacher gave a lesson on what he called "profane language", and said, " I can say, 'It's a fine day.' If I say, 'It's a bloody fine day', does it make it any different?" "No sir", said O'Grady, "it just gives it a bloody sight more emphasis."
The occasional use of an expletive may be useful, but the repetition thereof is banal, boring, and lacking in meaning because of over-use. I agree with Graham; it could have done without.