Question about Snuff

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Re: Question about Snuff

Postby Dotsie » Thu Mar 01, 2012 10:36 pm

raisindot wrote:
Dotsie wrote:Less than half the table were qualified to discuss twinkles, so no!

To qualify, must you have hands on experience? :icon-twisted:

Yes! There were three gay men, a straight (probably) single guy, Mr Dotsie & me. If Mr Dotsie wanted to talk twinkles in that company he would no longer be Mr Dotsie, and I certainly wasn't going to bring it up!
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Re: Question about Snuff

Postby raisindot » Fri Mar 02, 2012 1:39 pm

raptornx01 wrote:
Dotsie wrote:Underage sex isn't funny,

Watch Episode 26 of Excel Saga. The only show in history that could pull of a pedophile joke. Their pay off to that running gag was a frickin masterpiece BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Never seen that one, but the latest Modern Family had a creepy but funny one at the end. It worked because it was unintentional.
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Re: Question about Snuff

Postby raptornx01 » Fri Mar 02, 2012 7:57 pm

Lol, no this one was intentional, and not very subtle. then again the theme of the last ep WAS "things You can't do on tv", hence why it was banned :lol:
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