Monday, March 31, 2008

Unsurprising news

I stopped by House of Zathras yesterday and found this fun website with lots of clickable things, including this one:


The Blog-O-Cuss Meter - Do you cuss a lot in your blog or website?
Created by OnePlusYou - Free Online Dating


Maybe I should swear less. I mean, it's not like I don't know better, and it's not as if it would be terribly painful to swear in less (or is that fewer? Is "post" a count or a non-count noun? Could this be a more post-modern problem?) than 28% of my posts. Right?

More later. Papers to grade. Grammar to battle. Etc.

8 comments:

Julie said...

Oh dear. I don't even want to know what my score would be.

LAS said...

I swear far more in real life than I do on my blog, unfortunately. My mother used to always tell me that the fact that I swear means I have a limited vocabulary. I said, well, I learned how to swear from you! Her favorite adjective was fucking. Fucking pen, fucking phone... She would say, "go get me a fucking pen." Now is that really necessary? I think not. The admin that sits outside of my office keeps a list called the *****list which is a list of all the things that come out of my mouth while sitting here in my lovely office. Sucks ass is most definitley on there, among others.

Catherine said...

My inner ear would dictate using 'fewer (posts)', But I don't think you should aspire to lessen your percentage. I hung my head in shame that I was only at 7%. I feel like such a lightweight.

Make that fucking lightweight.

utenzi said...

I scored 0%, Nina, and linked to your post.

LizB said...

I definitely need to swear more or this widget is broken; it says I'm at 0%. I suppose it only looks at the recent posts. Well fuck that. :)~

Dagny said...

O M G

I need to do mine.

Fucking eh.

;)

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utenzi said...

Well, Nina, I think my 0% is too low so I might just have to do some swearing on my blog to bring up my numbers a mite. Nothing like a few gratuitous expletives to liven things up.