Watch your mouth, California.
The nation’s most populous state is asking its 38 million residents to stop using four-letter words for an entire week beginning Monday.
On a voice vote, the Assembly passed a resolution Thursday declaring the first week of March each year as “Cuss-Free Week” and inviting, but not requiring, Californians to comply.
The resolution honors McKay Hatch, who started a no-cussing club at his South Pasadena junior high school nearly three years ago.
The 16-year-old Hatch, who has seen no-cussing clubs expand to more than 100 schools and 35,000 online members, attended Thursday’s Assembly vote.