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Foul language is a pretty common occurrence on Facebook. We have all used it as some point. Yes, you have as well.
If you don’t believe me, check out Dirtymouth. You may be surprised by what you see.
Dirtymouth goes through your status updates and comments in your Timeline and surfaces the ones that are not so safe for work and/or young eyes. You can then choose to re-share them or remove them from public view. Just click the “I don’t think this was a good idea…” button under the update and you will land on its dedicated page on Facebook. From there, you can edit or delete the message.