WARNING – today’s topic suitable for 18 years of age and older.
After watching the Young and the Restless episode, I turned to my wife and said, “have you ever see the movie or so you know the joke the ‘Aristocrats‘? She had not. So I asked, did the character actually open the first part of the show say what he did? Do you remember? (the Phil video, chart explained). She said no. I said, man, (we even call our wives “man” in the – I guess if I was married to a man I call him man too – whatever). I said, I don’t know – I entered the second sentence word for word, and my Google results were all radically sexual – from sex addiction to dangerous sexual practices. That is a thing that all should know about the English language. It has the *fewest* words that define actual individual things, yet with the most words of any language, we have the most synonyms and shared meaning elements than any other language. What does that do? Logically it keeps lawyers in business because the definitions of English words are not *all* forms of algorithms. Still, with lines like that, you wonder if there should be a rating on the show. Maybe I got the dress rehearsal version and got fooled. Barring such circumstantial oddities, I never even made it out of the Google area that gets *out* of [unusual] sexual practices – I think that was page 3 and thought – great, the Thought Police are watching. Having fun maybe? Very racy.
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