Interactive Map Shows Where the Most F-Bomb Laden Tweets Come From

Interactive Map Shows Where the Most F-Bomb Laden Tweets Come FromImage via FBomb

Twitter is a hotbed of #reacting, God-awful grammar and profanity, and this interactive map allows you to see where the most vulgar Twitter users reside. Carleton University student Martin Gingras created Fbomb.co, which Twitter's public API and geocoded data to create little signs (that appear like bombs) on an interactive map whenever someone drops the f-bomb. The messages are also retweeted "sporadically" by a Twitter account, which helps you find gems like this:

So eloquent.

Unsurprisingly, the word is used most frequently in countries that speak English (the U.S. and United Kingdom, obviously), and occur the most frequently during peak "I hate my f****** job" hours (like right now).

[via Washington Post]

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