The study found that men are more likely to talk money, politics, and work, while women spend more time discussing their social life, friends, and family. It also found that men are more likely to swear.
In the top slots for most used words among women are "sooo," "soooo," "sooooo," "cute," "sister," "daughter," "happy," and "birthday," among others. For men, "government," "freedom," "rights," "win," "lose," "battle," and "fight," among others, including a bevy of sports related terms.
Also, for some reason, women have the oddly specific names "Zach," Brandon," "Katie," and "Heather" ranked very high. Meanwhile, men don't have any names registering anywhere, outside of "Obama." Instead, men have a variety of words for gun and kill.
Before you jump to gendered stereotypes, the study found that men and women are equally assertive in their use of language, it's just the topics that tend to diverge. It's also important to note, before it's a topic of conversation at your next dinner party, that the study was entirely limited to Facebook and not to how people talk in their every day lives. It leaves a lot of questions unanswered, like what are Zach and Brandon doing that is making everyone talk so?