Hi, Shades-of-Truth, May I help a fine lady in distress, you? I know from experience that I wrote a fictional-hub during the last few months and although I did not use EXACT terms, but only used phrasings that would DESCRBE what was about to happen . . .I was flagged and short story was: HP said that AdSense had the filters and did not approve of my text and I had a choice or deleting or rewriting. I knew it was best to not argue.
LOL, I needed to laugh today. Thanks I am not going to ask shades-of-truth what her answer meant. You guys have a fun day. You made mine. Actually both answers are funny if you read them the right way.
Firstday, I meant that I found both terms (one is misspelled) cropping up in the forums and in the hubs and a few other places. For instance, I believe some of it was in the "Answers" section. It simply surprised me to see it, as I did not think we were to speak about things like that in our hubs or on the forums.
Apologies for not posting that clearly - I was typing fast, as usual.
Ah, Master Bates, recommended to be surgeon to the Swallow. I'd love to see someone write about that. Maybe it'd be enough to put out the all-seeing puritanical Eye of Sauron, er I mean Google, for good
Using onanism to put out the Eye of Google. Need to be a good shot with a steady hand for that one.
The word onanism comes, literally, from someone called Onan who appears in the bible. His brother Er had died and Onan was told to marry his late brothers wife and have a child with her. The problem for Onan was that this child stood to inherit two thirds of Er's legacy which should have gone to Onan. So just before the point of, shall we say, maximum happiness he withdrew and spilt his seed upon the ground. God, being most displeased at this, stuck Onan down. The thing is, isn't that the withdrawal method advocated by the Catholic church?
Next time someone asks what you did during your day tell them you spent the day admiring the fornication at your local church. When they are surprised and shocked by this give them a puzzled look and explain that the word comes for the latin word fornix which means arch or vault.
The misspelling is just an attempt to get around automatic content filters. You'll find a lot more inappropriate and questionable content if you search for misspellings of other words, if you're bored and have some time to kill. Some of them are quite creative.
Yes, I even did the same thing with a hub on dog health. I used the spelling ana| to get around the content filter against that dreaded dirty seks word. (I inserted a pipe in place of an "l". Let those pesky content filters figure that one out!)
Misspellings are also used to match search queries. In other words, a great number of people search on Google with the wrong spelling. For this particular search word, think adolescents who are focused more on their hormones than English class.
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