Is this hub likely to cause me problems, its humour and innuendo
but is it too much for hubpages. I saw the title on the google keywords tool and could not resist making fun out of it.
but I do not want to get into trouble over it, I'm OK with it but not everybody is the same.
Any opinions on this matter please?
I am no google expert or HP expert for that matter but I enjoyed it. Thank you for the laughs.
I am no expert either, but I would doubt that a robot would pick up the innuendo. Very funny hub and one I enjoyed.
I did note a few spelling errors; you might want to check that.
I will chance leaving it there and see how it goes
I guess it wasn't ok--when I tried to read it, this is what came up:
"NO LONGER PUBLISHED The article you are looking for is no longer published. The author may have chosen to unpublish it, or it may have been unpublished by a moderater because of a violation of HubPages rules."
Too bad--from other comments, it sounded like a funny piece.
Google is cracking down on pages with deceptive innuendo-type titles, and therefore, unfortunately, so are we.
I will applaud the day when we are finished with prudish censorship in this country.
The BBC has been 'over it' for many years..as a result, their comedies are truly funny, because they are not interrupted by annoying 'bleeps' substituting for what was said; and they are not so hung up about 'innuendos' either.
It is truly sad that so many people believe that EVERYONE'S viewing/listening should be censored because of their (minority) sensitivities. That's what the 'change channel' button, or mouse click or 'off' buttons are for. If those folks don't like what they see/hear, they should simply move on without a fuss. No one is handcuffing them and forcing them to stay.
I am fairly liberal in my views and tolerances, but yes, there are some things that offend me. And that's exactly how I deal with it--I move on...to each thier own.
Hi Maddie Ruud.
Thank you for letting me, I know you must me busy, and I appreciate it. I did not want this article to cause me problems, so I am glad it has been addressed.
am I right thinking that if I change the title and the tags then the piece should be publishable. or was there a problem with the text?
Maybe change it into a short story title of some kind? would that include the hubpage address?
Many Thanks : )
OK, changes made. It is quite clear now what the piece is, a fiction story, if people come across it they will know exactly what to expect.......I think
Is it obvious that it is a fiction story. Or is it still misleading.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Making-girls-we … onal-Story
It still has innuendo, which Hubpages no longer allows (although Google adsense actually does).
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