Have you ever cussed on Twitter? Most people usually do, whether casually or during those really bad days. One company from the United Kingdom is taking this opportunity to help charities raise funding by the power of cussing online.
For roughly $1.55--or however more you choose--SwearJar will track just how much a user swears while on Twitter and tally up the count. They will even tell users how often they curse and even which words they like to use the most, which can be entertaining for the analytic types.
At the end of the week, SwearJar will send you a request for the payment, if you happened to swear. Top swearing users can also be showcased on the front page of the website with just how much they have mouthed off.
In some of the fine print, it should also be noted that the makers also included certain "buzz words" which happen to catch a lot of flak. Words like "synergy," or "epic" are considered free game if swearing isn't really a user's thing.
As reported by Mashable, SwearJar is trying to raise awareness with famine in East Africa through donating to UNICEF. SwearJar is also part of the very cool 50/50 Good Project, which is a group of 50 different digital ventures which help bring funding to Africa.