An undated piece on BuzzBingo announces that Jonah Hill has surpassed Samuel L. Jackson as the all-time movie profanity king, largely due to Hill’s performance in The Wolf of Wall Street.

Terrific — congrats to Jonah and to Wolf director Martin Scorsese, who egged Jonah on in this regard. But why now? Did the profanity counters of the world (and surely there are others besides the BuzzBingo guys) fail to tabulate Hill’s eff-bombs in the immediate wake of Scorsese’s film, which opened six and a half years ago? They took note of all the Uncut Gems eff-bombs so they’re charting things as they go along, but why…? Forget it.