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Bad Spelling and Unconvincing .XXX Spokesmodels

21 Nov

Wow. Look at the enthusiasm on those girls’ faces! They are REALLY excited about .XXX and the good things that it will do for adults throughout the planet who like to read, see and/or hear sexually frank materials — not to mention all the amazing things it will do for the adult entertainment industry.

Why, I heard a rumor that .XXX will not only wash your dishes but also go down on you and then cure your pets of mites and fleas! That’s gotta be worth something, right?

Perhaps the young ladies selected to look annoyed, dazed, confused, nauseated, constipated, and, occasionally, mildly pleased during the 18th Eurowebtainment gathering aren’t as bursting with energy about .XXX because they don’t have any pets and prefer to wash their own dishes?

I realize that I am nowhere near as wealthy as Stuart Lawley or ICM Registry. That is probably why I need to be careful about my grammar, syntax, and spelling. Apparently these things aren’t as important when you’re trying to convince the world that you know more about the adult internet than porn folk who’ve been using the internet for a decade.

Instead, commas and semi-colons can go wherever they look good — and “focusintg” presumably has a legal meaning exclusively reserved for those in the F(l)ounder’s Program. Seriously, where did they get that sign printed? The sample place that prints Chinese menus?

Then there’s all the rest of the crap that fills the space. ICM Registry won’t cum in our mouths, has put the check in the mail, and promises to respect us in the morning. What’s not to believe?

Heck, it’s even going to protect children while it’s doing all of those things — at our expense, of course.

Given that ICM Registry has zero track record doing anything — except making empty promises, changing its story, and acting like it’s already ruler of the universe — I’m afraid I’m not convinced.

– Darklady

 
 

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