Friday, July 10, 2009

Sweet Fancy Moses

I've just had one of the most bizarre experiences of my life.

Up until a few minutes ago the post directly before this one was entitled "Tentacle ****", with the asterisks standing in for a common four letter word (that starts with a "p" and rhymes with "corn") used to describe sexual entertainment. I have nothing against **** in general, but my use of the phrase "Tentacle ****" was just a little joke. Perhaps not the cleverest of witticisms, but I found it amusing.

Except search engines aren't very good at recognizing jokes. They take everything literally. So if someone ends up searching for a particular combination of words, say along the lines of "tentacle" and "****" and "pictures" and such, they might end up getting linked to a site that actually has very little to do with those terms. Like this one.

Which leads me to one "Tentacle ****" fan who thought I was a fellow-traveler on that particular car of the Fetish Express. And that when I said my prop tentacles were for "jazzing up some photos"....well, lets just say he misunderstood my meaning. Broadly speaking, yes, it can probably be said that I sell photos of models with tentacles, but certainly not in the sense he meant. Besides, if you're going to do *that* with a tentacle you probably want one made out of silicone, not latex.

I'm tagging this one under "Physical Props". Just not quite, you know, that physical.

4 comments:

Tom Banwell said...

You got me laughin! I never in my wildest dreams thought someone would search "tentacle" and "p***" together. What a world we live in!

Christopher B said...

LOL!

JonDecker said...

I had a conversation with my girlfriend yesterday about just this subject. Odd, I know, a bit of a one-up-man-ship of grossness, but she didn't believe me when I said this existed. Yup, gross.

ArtSnark said...

oh man, it is a strange word out there