Residents of 3 Texas cities have big potty mouths
Residents of many American cities have chubby mouths, but a few Texas cities land on the Preply list of the nation’s worst jurors.
Believe it or not, we swear an average of 21 times a day.
Millennials and Gen Z swear more than baby boomers who only use 10 swear words a day.
I am surprised by the gender ratio in this study. Women swear almost as much as men, swearing at least 18 a day compared to 22 for men.
This report says 55% of us admit to swearing at home and only 7% say they swear while driving. I really think that number is low. But maybe I speak for myself.
What makes us swear?
Most admit they usually spit swear words at themselves (54%), while 23% of us swear at friends and 7% spit swear words at loved ones. We will usually curse if we are frustrated or in pain.
On the list of foodie cities, Dallas is #4 with 25 swear words a day. Fort Worth lands at number 5 on the list. Residents swear an average of 24 times a day. Austin also makes the list at No. 7 with 21 swear words a day.
The #1 potty-mouth city is Columbus, Ohio, where residents swear at least 36 times a day.
Residents of Las Vegas, Nevada are following close behind. They swear an average of 30 times a day. The 3rd The venue city is Jacksonville, Florida, where people swear an average of 28 times a day.
El Paso, Houston and San Antonio are on the list of cities that swear the least. People in these towns swear less than 20 times a day.
What are the favorite swearing substitutes?
- holy cow
- Shit/shit that
Burial sites of honored Texans
Since its statehood in 1845, Texas has been home to thousands of honored and well-known men and women. Let’s take a look at the final resting place of these men and women, as well as a world famous bull and alien rumors.