If you spend any time on Twitter, you might think that EVERYONE has a foul-mouth.
A website recently pored over thousands of Tweets to find out which Americans swear the most. They looked for 10 common profanities, including the F-word, the S-word, the B-word, the P-word, and both D-words.
They found that people from Georgia curse the most on Twitter, with 48 swear words per 1,000 Tweets.
Maryland is the runner-up, followed by New Mexico . . . Hawaii . . . Louisiana . . . New Jersey . . . Alabama . . . Mississippi . . . California . . . and Maine.
People from Minnesota swear the LEAST, with 15 swear words per 1,000 Tweets. West Virginia is second, followed by Vermont . . . Alaska . . . Utah . . . Iowa . . . South Dakota . . . Delaware . . . Montana . . . and Missouri.
(For more from the report, hit up the website Word.Tips.)