With Rahm gone, who's the biggest curser in Congress now?

Language experts say it’s no surprise to hear that a hard-charging pol like Emanuel is known for talking a blue streak.

“If you want to look at the psychological variables related to swearing,” says Timothy Jay, a psychology professor at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, “the people who are religious, who are sexually anxious, who are high in what is called agreeableness or conscientiousness — those are people who don’t swear. Where you get swearing are people who are more like Type-A personality, impulsive, extroverted.”

Jay, an expert on cussing, says about one-half of 1 percent of a person’s daily word output consists of swearwords. That works out to a cuss-per-diem of about 90.