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> Get your mind out of the gutter: The Inadvertent Inappropriateness Thread
pepper
post Jul 24 2010, 06:14 PM
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I nearly made this for my daughter today.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/craftylittlemonkey/4825338232/
Oops.
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culturehandy
post Nov 3 2009, 08:39 AM
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Oh this is the best ever.

Wasn't too sure where else to put it, I thought here was appropriate.


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lilacwine13
post Jun 4 2009, 11:46 PM
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I'm the same way as both of you, zoya and gt. If I'm comfortable and I know the person can take a joke, my sense of humor gets rather raunchy. If I don't know the person or if I'm not comfortable then I am pretty quiet and people assume that I don't have a sense of humor and get easily offended. I hate parties for the same reason as you, gt and would rather hang out with a small group. Usually in a new situation I have at least one person apologize for swearing in front of me, which is funny because most days it seems like every other word out of my mouth is dirty.

Uh...I got nothing else for the thread.


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pepper
post Jun 4 2009, 02:25 PM
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little man was trying to describe a video game he played at a friend's house the other day.

"you know the one mom, the one with the gorilla. i think it's called "Honkey Dong". pft *dies laughing*
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girltrouble
post Jun 3 2009, 11:30 AM
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the funny thing is, i thought the same thing-- i just didn't say it. he kept covering up that side of the shirt. he was horrified afterwords, although he thought it was funny too. he was a flaming queen, so that kind of made it even more funny. he said his friends gave him the shirt for his birthday....

i'm kinda like that, zoya. if i'm comfortable with someone, then everything is dirty, when i hang out with mr. t, and her roomate, it's just constant, and nothing is out of bounds. they are both super kinky, so we joke about crazy shit. i actually love being the butt of jokes, cos i can give as good as i get. when we are with a whole bunch of people i don't know, however, i get too nervous to pay attention to the subtext, and i get super polite. so i'm sure i come across as kind of a angelic and naive (perhaps even a bimbo, which is why i dislike parties). she's making all of these rude jokes and i only get them 2 minutes after. we were having dim sum for a friend's birthday party last saturday. it's a lot of the heavy hitters from the local kink community, and she's making all these dirty jokes about me, and i'm like huh? OH! so much so, a person i had met earlier looked at me funny and asked if i was a pervert or fell in with a bad crowd. which is funny cos anyone who knows me.... well, there's no doubt.


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zoya
post Jun 3 2009, 02:50 AM
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hahaha!! that's hilarious, GT

I love this thread. I am absolutely the queen of inadvertent inappropriateness. I swear, nearly every day I will say or write something that everyone around will laugh at, and I'm like "what? what?!!" until they point it out. Granted, I do have a love for the purposefully inappropriate (as BunnyB can definitely attest to...) so I suppose it just rubs off subconsciously.

anyway. (sort of) derail over..


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girltrouble
post Jun 3 2009, 12:32 AM
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so a guy that i'm working with at the box office is wearing a shirt that says 'benevolent glory hog,' but he ended up covering the end of it, and a lady came up and asked him what his shirt said, after she found out, she said, "oh. i thought it said 'benevolent glory hole.'"


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post Jan 11 2009, 02:08 AM
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Llamas, I found myself in a similarly awkward moment with Two Beeps's mom one winter. We were speculating whether or not it would snow the next day, and she was expressing her preferences for snowfall, completely oblivious as Beeps and I bit our cheeks to suppress giggles.

Mama Beeps: "I hope we get a few inches, at least. No more than twelve inches, though. Twelve inches is too much. But seven inches, maybe nine... that's just right."

Me, with Beeps's elbow wedged firmly into my side: "Oh, I agree completely."


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hellotampon
post Jan 10 2009, 11:18 PM
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I just saw a commercial for Universal Technical Institute. They keep saying, "UTI dot edu" over and over again.
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llamas
post Jan 9 2009, 04:49 PM
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I have to report myself for being accidentally inappropriate on the phone at work today; a friend and I were discussing the impending snow and the possibility of sledding. He thought a couple of inches was adequate for said sledding, to which I replied, kinda loudly, "I prefer at least six inches." Again, the mutual pause and giggling.
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post Jan 9 2009, 01:16 AM
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hahahha that's awesome. there was a restaurant near where i went to college that was named "flickers" but the sign was all caps, closely spaced...
FLICKERS" from anywhere except up reaaaal close reads explicitly as "FUCKERS", unfortunately.


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foryoursplendor
post Jan 8 2009, 03:45 PM
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A bus I saw in Dusseldorf, Germany this past summer:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v77/nowh...l/germanbus.jpg
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freckleface7
post Dec 26 2008, 04:40 PM
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my friend was making dried beef jerky when we were on the phone the other night.
her husband called out to her from another room, asking her what she was doing.
she yelled " I'm jerking my beef ! "
there was a long mutual pause on the line between both of us & then we both just Cracked Up. laugh.gif


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bottleblack
post Dec 13 2008, 05:44 AM
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My friend's neighbour is a realtor named Randy Dick. And my doctor is Randy Siemens.
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llamas
post Dec 10 2008, 05:47 PM
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A woman with the first name Poon worked at the McDonalds in my hometown. Yes, she wore a nametag.
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ihateoly
post Nov 28 2008, 01:43 PM
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QUOTE(Lily_Anne @ Nov 24 2008, 02:39 PM) *
Zoya! I know a guy named Hung Dang! What is it with poor, unassuming Asian parents? He's Hung DANG!

My father-in-law worked with a woman that was named Connie Lingus. Seriously. Her boss made an exception for having your last name on your name tag for her.


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Lily_Anne
post Nov 27 2008, 01:26 AM
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I'm taking an undergrad course in infant behavior and development. A model of infant and toddler play includes "thrusting," like verbal interjections, hitting people, or introducing new ideas. But all this talk about boys' thrusting behaviors just makes me feel like a pervert.
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ihateoly
post Nov 24 2008, 02:48 PM
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Okay, mine's kinda nerdy, but...I've been keeping tabs on the contestsed Senatorial races and the Republican in Georgia who is trying to maintain his seat is named Saxby Shambliss. However, when the news anchors say it it sounds like Sexy Shambles. I swear every time they said it on election night my husband and I would look at each other to make sure they didn't say what we thought we heard. It's now an ongoing joke between he and I.


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Lily_Anne
post Nov 24 2008, 02:39 PM
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QUOTE(zoya @ Oct 6 2007, 05:02 AM) *
watching the finale of "Top Chef" the judges are speaking to the three finalists - Dale, Casey, and Hung.

the judges address all of them, asking about their dishes -

when they get to Hung, the first thing they say is "Well, Hung..."

nice one.



Zoya! I know a guy named Hung Dang! What is it with poor, unassuming Asian parents? He's Hung DANG!
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auralpoison
post Nov 5 2008, 04:04 AM
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There is a show on Animal Planet called "Untamed & Uncut". It always gives me a dirty snicker because it sounds like a gay porno.


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