Who’s dropping the F-bomb on Twitter? Now you can find out who and where in real time thanks to FBomb.co.

The new website is the brainchild of Martin Gingras, an aspiring software engineer and computer science student at Carleton University in Ottawa.

“The concept behind this application is to plot tweets containing the ‘F word’ on a google [sic] map.” Gingras explains on his website.

The website tracks, in real time, who’s using the f-bomb on Twitter. Whenever a Twitter user drops the f-bomb, a pin showing a yellow warning sign with a bomb emblazoned on it drops on the map and a mushroom cloud animation starts.

As you can see below, the most foul-mouthed countries are those with English-speaking populations. America has by far the most unrefined Twitter users, at least when it comes to using the F-bomb. The United Kingdom also has its fair share of F-bomb droppers.

Curious to see who’s using the F-bomb right now on Twitter? Just check out the interactive display below: