Tuesday, 24 February 2015

I'm rather worried...

The following warning has just appeared at the top of my Blogger screen:

On 23 March, Blogger will no longer allow certain sexually explicit content.

I am now wondering what they call 'sexually explicit', and how they can be so 'certain' about it. If you don't hear from me after March 23rd, then I will have fallen foul.

24 comments:

  1. Does that mean I will no longer be able to call you rude names do you think?

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  2. Too much discussion about King cnut.

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  3. Damn, I knew I should have been checking your blog more often. Looks like it's soon going to be too late.

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  4. As it says 'on' rather than 'from' I am presuming that either Blogger is bad at grammar or it really means just for the day. When have you ever been sexually explicit Tom? (I am a real innocent and if you have it has probably gone right over my head).

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    1. I did it when you weren't looking, Weave.

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  5. Interesting - and rather affronting that I didNnt get any reprimands - console myself that they either do not understand sexual innuendo (but bloggers do: the most often used searchword in my stats is "Irene Adler's sexy moan') - or my English is too impenetrable (see: I always have an excuse).

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    1. They probably don't understand your form of innuendo.

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  6. The google brain of the world apparently filed Walt Whitman's book 'Leaves of Grass' in their Gardening section. Careful Tom. Anything thing can happen.

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    1. Wrong it means to raise a blister. In your case the blister is a four letter word starting with a C . . . .

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    2. No, I was referring to you as desiccated.

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  8. Perhaps you could start a Lifestyle blog …. you could tell us where to position our candlesticks !!!! XXXX

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    1. The old nun/convent joke - "Goodnight girls. Candles out!"

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  9. I've just read their threats.... I think it refers to hard porn. So no saucy pictures of Edwina Curry please.

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