Monday, August 14, 2006

Dyke, muff diving, fisting and dildo

So what do the following 83 words have in common?

Anal,
ass,
bastard,
beatoff,
bitch,
BJ,
cameljockey,
chink,
circlejerk,
clit,
cock,
coolie,
coon,
cornhole,
cum,
cunt,
dago,
deepthroating,
dickhead,
dickwad,
dildo,
dyke,
eatme,
fag,
faggot,
fellatio,
fisting,
fleshflute,
fleshpopsicle,
fornicate,
fuck,
fudgepacking,
gangbang,
genital,
getlaid,
gobtheknob,
goldenshower,
gook,
hairpie,
hardon,
homo,
honkey,
jerkoff,
jewboy,
jizz,
5,
kike,
lesbo,
limey,
manloaf,
masturbate,
muffdiver,
nigger,
nutsack,
paki,
panface,
poontang,
pubic,
pussy,
queef,
queer,
raghead,
rimjob,
rubyredbag,
scrotum,
shit,
sitonmyface,
sixtynine,
slag,
slant,
sodomize,
spankthemonkey,
spearchucker,
spic,
spooge,
teabagging,
testicles,
twat,
vagina,
wetback,
whackoff,
whipitout,
whiteswallow,
wop,

It seems they are banned from Verizon wireless content in the USA.

Now I have achieved one of my until now unknown things I wasted to do whilst blogging – type the two words teabagging and fleshpopsicle – insert them into a sentence you use today!!!

Hat Tip: The Daily Source Code (Episode 441) and Valleywag.


Update: The service where these words are banned is text messaging/SMS as far as I can understand – I am open to correction from the techies on this.

And why is vagina banned and penis ok? See Maman Poulet has not completely lost the plot and is feminisiting away as usual!!!!

6 Comments:

At 19:44, Anonymous Anonymous said...

So "sitonmyface" is banned but "sit on my face" isn't?

 
At 01:41, Blogger Suzy said...

yes you can pack a lot of fudge but not fudgepack.

 
At 17:45, Anonymous sean r said...

Welcome to the new Hay's code. Not that I use all of those terms (well not in one sentence) but its the same old censorship. It's all about the shrubbies missing the point on freedom - freedom is about being able to say what you want including all of the listed terms. Kinda like being kept on message by pr firms, no?

 
At 14:59, Blogger cork-host said...

Sorry, but they banned the number five? Why?

Or is there a mistake on the list?

 
At 15:10, Blogger Suzy said...

5 is a reference to a term used for Child pornography seemingly. From what I have learnt since the words are banned in data provided by content providers on this wireless service rather than words banned in text messages.

 
At 21:10, Anonymous glasdildo said...

serious :)

 

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