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Swearing for charity

21 Oct 2011

If you’re the kind of Twitterer who is fond of colourful language, a new site is keen to help you, and help Unicef in the process.

The site, SwearJar, invites users to sign up via their Twitter account and agree to pay one pound (or whatever value they choose) to Unicef for every swearword used. 

SwearJar monitors each user’s swearing and tweets a link after a week inviting them to pay up.

For those less foul-mouthed words like ‘awesome’, ‘synergy’ and ‘epic’ can also be included.

The site also has a specific hashtag – although we can’t print it.

Go here for more.

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