I've been browsing the forum for the last 20 minutes and came across three examples of a word with donkey in it. One was donkeyembled. One was in regards to a character's name CDonkeyie or something like that. I can't remember the third one, but what is up with the donkey words? I can't figure it out!
ETA: OHHHHH!!! I just figured it out, HA HA HA HA!!
The auto censor on this site is very funny. One time I was writing a post on here and I was talking about someone sneaking around. But I used the expression pu$$yfooting around. I finished the post and clicked on create post. And the term "girl-thingyfooting" was subsituted in my post. The reason I used the dollar signs for the S above is I think it would come out the same way. I wonder if it still does this:
And I wonder what word would generate the subsitution "boy-thingy".
Long ago I was on a movie discussion board, and you couldn't mention a certain Sir Alfred Something (director of North by Northwest, Rear Window, Vertigo, and Psycho without it finding the last part of his name objectionable and making an awkward substitution.
Obviously, this would be quite limiting, and they fixed that before lon
-- e knight
Last Edit: Jul 6, 2020 0:02:37 GMT -5 by e knight:
I wrote "obviously," probably badly, and the spellchecker m,ade it "dubiously"! - Back to Top