Such blasphemy!

typed for your pleasure on 23 May 2007, at 11.23 am

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In looking over a recent set of stats for visitors to ‘Shouting etc etc’, I’d spotted the efforts of some poor misguided tosser’s search:

Gods, how I laughed. A ‘cure’ for robot fetishism?? What good could possibly become of that?? Their silly question aside, that individual couldn’t have been looking in a more inappropriate place…

In light of that, Sweetie’s got another couple of videos uploaded o’er on her Dailymotion page for your perusal, the link being nestled atop this site beneath the title banner, as per usual. Yes, you have to register in order to see them, as all of the clips are considered ‘explicit content’ — despite the fact that ‘explicit’ apparently means ‘look out: bOObies‘, and most of the clips don’t even feature that — but at least it’s not YouTube.* Happy 23rd!

*Is it just me, or has anyone else noticed that if you consistently read YouTube comments, you can actually feel yourself losing IQ points? Not since the heyday of AOL have I seen a larger confluence of misspellings and general shitwickery. And that’s saying a lot

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5 have spoken to “Such blasphemy!”

  1. SafeTinspector writes:

    I can’t bear to look in my SiteMeter anymore. The google image search noise is impenetrable.
    I now register about 150 hits a day, when it really should be between 5 and 12. The rest are all people looking for porn.

  2. SafeTinspector writes:

    I find it fascinating that someone has a robot fetish of the level that they feel they need a “cure” for it.
    That’s like one of those Jesus-cure-my-gayness things, and I never really thought long enough to realize this possible consequence of idollatry amounting to an actual sexual orientation…

  3. Davecat writes:

    That Google wankery is getting on my wick as well. And it’s not just porn they’re looking for; a lot of the search terms are like half a word, or even a single letter. Either way, it’s a fucking nuisance…

    But yeah, that individual’s desperate request did kinda strike me as ‘oh god oh god I love Gynoids but it’s bad and wrong and I have to find a cure for this insanity somehow otherwise how can I face myself every day??’ Y’know, if less people denied themselves of the things they really enjoy — as long as whatever it is doesn’t harm anyone or anything — then more people’s lives wouldn’t be so guilt-driven. You can blame the tag team of christianity and societal peer pressure for that.

    And sure, I’d say technosexuality can be a sexual orientation! I’m probably not the person to ask for an unbiased opinion, tho’. 🙂 With the wide array of what people are into, it’s not hard to imagine someone preferring artificial humans over Organik ones…

  4. SafeTinspector writes:

    ….but why has Google done this to us, Davecat? What did we ever do to it, besides loving it?
    Maybe we loved it too much?

  5. Davecat writes:

    An excess of anything is bad. Or so I’m told…

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