Shut Your Mouth! Less Cursing In Washington, Really?

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(Photo by: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

(Photo by: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Holy S@*#! Apparently we Washingtonians are less likely to have our parents wash our mouths out with soap.

According to a study reported on CBS Seattle, fewer curse words are flying out of mouths in the Evergreen state. Not only are we good about keeping the naughty words to a minimum, we’re one of the more polite states too — meaning we know how to say “please” and “thank you.” Isn’t that f*@#$&^ fantastic?!

Curious where all the potty mouths live? Ohio. They’re also one of the least polite, too. So much for Midwestern manners, I guess. Well, if you’re two professional NFL teams were the Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals, you’d probably let the expletives fly fairly often.

The guys who crunched all these numbers also figured out men are the biggest users of dirty words and cursing is twice as likely in the morning. Makes sense, we’re not early risers here at JACK either… the caffeine usually hasn’t taken effect yet.

-Rachel Ayres, JACK Seattle

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