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How do you figure out which gamers are the most
trash-mouthed a**holes of all? Ask the folks at OnlineGambling.com.
The site usually helps people find the best online sites and sports books, but it took a gamble on a scheme to figure out where all the cursing is happening in
today’s video games. (Because, obviously, there’s a s**t-ton of it. Also, “hell”
and “damn” don’t count; it’s not 1965.)

To do so, OnlineGambling went deep into gaming subreddits,
14 discussions in all, logging occurrences of English-language curse words
across the most recent 100 posts, and came to some foul-mouthed conclusions.

Most important are the words themselves. You can see in
the chart at top which word got used the most, followed by several variations
on the f-word, with some tamer terminology such as “ass” and
“crap” thrown in for good measure. Only one use of “arse”
and “wank” apiece indicates not a lot of UK-English speakers are hitting the

Perhaps more interesting is how many swears there were by gaming
platform. Parents might want to know just what kind of company kids are keeping, depending on their preferred gaming method. It should shock no one that PC
gamers are the foulest-mouthed—it’s so easy to type your cussin’!

You’d think the wholesome Nintendo Switch games would indicate its users are clean-living and thus cleanest in the
vocabulary. Wrong: Microsoft Xbox users averaged the fewest swears.

Are you wondering which games attract the nice players
who keep it clean? Diablo
players had the fewest curses, at 25. The top swearing game was Dota 2; its players logged 184
instances of bad-word usage. The biggest surprise: Minecraft users
let loose with 52 curses.

One more interesting tidbit found in the search for bad
language: The very nasty word that many consider the ultimate sear was found only once. Because every gamer has a mom. Who might be listening.

For the full rundown of the games and platforms researched,
head over to The
Complete Guide to Swearing by Online Gamers

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