And you mugs thought I would be a bad influence on Seattle?

Axios’ Seattle edition tells us that since I moved to here, Seattle is swearing less.

“Seattle nice” strikes again.

Driving the news: A new survey of 30 cities finds that Seattle is one of the places where residents swear the least.

By the numbers: Seattle ranked among the bottom third of cities when it came to how often per day residents said they curse, according to the survey by Preply, a language tutoring platform.

  • Seattleites, on average, reported they uttered swear words 18 times a day.
  • That’s half as often as residents of Columbus, Ohio, where residents said they swear 36 times daily.

The big picture: Overall, Seattle ranked the fifth-least profane among big cities, tied with Detroit, Houston and Memphis.

I might add that those eff’ing cities are eff’ing liars, the dirty effs.

Of note: These numbers are self-reported by the roughly 1,500 people Preply surveyed across the 30 cities.

OK, I got in three in this post, just 15 more cusses to go! Sorry I’m letting you down, Seattle!

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8 Responses to And you mugs thought I would be a bad influence on Seattle?

  1. schmice3 says:


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  2. Not to worry, I more than make up for your daily shortfall. And while I’m not all that close to Seattle, it’s enough so as to move the needle anyway.

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  3. Lsamsa says:

    Well f*ck that. Come on Seattle you need to do better.
    I may be Canadian & stuck w/ that old ‘polite’ cliché…but damn it, it helps me get through life w/some sanity.

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