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With Brat Curse set to release its excellent self-titled album, we thought we'd take time to rank the best cursers. Giddy-up, shitheads.

Unranked: Bob Saget
Oh, you were on a cheesy family sitcom but your standup is actually filthy. I'm so amused.

9. John McClane
Bruce Willis delivers one of the classic film curses, which is even better in the cleaned-up-for-TV edit I recall from my high school years: “Yippee ki yay, melon farmer.” That's not a slur. That's… that's someone's job.

8. Bill O'Reilly
Just Google, “We'll do it live.”

7. The cast of “Veep”
It's tough to single out one person when the entire cast has a way of turning cuss-laden putdowns into high art. That said, I'll give a shout-out to Dan Bakkedahl, who, as Rep. Roger Furlong, slings muck from the cesspool as well as anyone in TV history.

6. Jack Rebney
Rebney is the “star” of “Winnebago Man,” a 2009 documentary that looks into the internet phenomenon created by the decades-old outtakes from a Winnebago sales video in which an increasingly agitated Rebney repeatedly unleashes an expletive-laden torrent of fury that led some to label him “The Angriest Man in the World.”

5. Victoria Fierce
Fierce proved that Twitter's abuse algorithm has its… let's call them flaws. After the Trump administration rolled back transgender protections, the developer Tweet-quoted Vice President Pence, adding a few choice words and finding her account limited for 12 hours. I'm betting somebody told Mother.

4. CeeLo Green
Anyone can cuss, but few make you want to belt it out alongside them as soulfully as the Atlanta singer.

3. George Carlin
The legendary standup's most famous bit was informed by his notoriously curdled tongue: “Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television” (most of which get said with a degree of regularity these days).

2. Samuel L. Jackson
Jackson is so closely associated with “motherfucker” that scenes in “Snakes on a Plane” were even re-shot to work his delivery of the word into the film's catchphrase: “I have had it with these motherfucking snakes on this motherfucking plane!”

1. Al Swearengen
Ian McShane makes cursing sound downright Shakespearean starring as the aptly named Swearengen on the HBO series “Deadwood,” which recently concluded — years after its cancelation — with a long-in-the-works movie. Swearengen stands not only as the best curser of all-time, but also as the greatest character ever portrayed on television. (Also, feel free to @ me about this.)