F-​​bombs, for the record, fall mostly where you’d expect — in coun­tries that speak Eng­lish, like the U.S. and Britain (Canada and Aus­tralia, for what­ever reason, seem to swear a lot less.) More inter­esting is the timing of the tweets: When I opened Fbomb​.co this morning, the map was nearly empty — but as of 5:20 p.m., the East Coast, as well as Ire­land and Eng­land, were pep­pered with pro­fane tweets. That lines up well with a 2010 study from North­eastern Uni­ver­sity, which found week­days between the hours of noon and 6 p.m. were among the most mis­er­able for U.S. Twitter users.

 

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