0751: "Swimsuit Issue"

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby Graff » Thu Jun 10, 2010 4:00 am UTC

Kain wrote:Just a helpful hint: lets say you decide to save a bunch of morally questionable pictures to some folder on your computer: it is highly advisable that you then save something completely innocent to a completely different area of the computer, lest your little sister goes to open a document and the first place it checks is said questionable folder... <- embarrassing

Or just use the best option: encrypted disk image

Good luck cracking my 256 bit AES-encrypted disk image with a strong password. Unless you're the NSA you don't have much of a chance.

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby mszegedy » Thu Jun 10, 2010 4:06 am UTC

Oh, and this reminds me of this Fail from Failblog:

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Apparently it was a college presentation, and they had to navigate to some website which required the disabling of a popup blocker to download something. They forgot to reenable it.

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby The Mighty Thesaurus » Thu Jun 10, 2010 4:15 am UTC

Pxtl wrote:My kids are going to grow up in a _very_ weird world.

Aww, he thinks he's going to have kids.
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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby Eshru » Thu Jun 10, 2010 4:26 am UTC

Random thoughts while reading this thread...

Sites still have pop-ups? Who is the target? Un-tech savvy internet users? First time internet users? Will they ever give up and move on? Doubtful I suppose.

External drive seems the easiest and most secure route, just hide it well when not in use.

.kgb made me think first of the stupid service of paying a dollar per text to have a question answered when there is a company who does it for free (unless you pay per text, but thats another issue, and honestly who does that anymore). The whole russian spy thing did come to mind, just not first.

I also thought 'who uses bing' when I read that post regarding that, and the post(s) alluding to that made me chuckle.

And finally, nobody uses my computer but me. That is how it is and will always be. Seems simple enough to me, /shrug

(oh and insert standard long time lurker, first time poster, created the account for another thread but ended up posting here first for some odd reason)

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby StClair » Thu Jun 10, 2010 4:51 am UTC

gordysc wrote:
FurbyFubar wrote:Yeah, I see what you mean. Who uses Bing?


Win.

Seconded.

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby Mr. Coffee » Thu Jun 10, 2010 6:20 am UTC

Ttruecrypt? I thought the point of the comic (or something close to it) was the futility of protecting that sort of thing in this age. I just have a pron folder in my images directory; everything is clearly labeled so anyone who accesses it knows what they are getting. Hell, I have a younger siblings (not terribly young) and from maintaining another computer I know one of them has some content that is 'worse' than mine.

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby RebeccaRGB » Thu Jun 10, 2010 6:40 am UTC

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby ManaUser » Thu Jun 10, 2010 6:48 am UTC

IIAOPSW wrote:I love your use of ".KGB"

spy much?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KGB

Yeah, I think everyone knows about that. The spy agency isn't obscure, but the file format sure is. I've only heard of it being used once before, also for porn, oddly enough.

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby Screature » Thu Jun 10, 2010 8:22 am UTC

My computer is in my bedroom, and I have the only log-in, hence I don't have to be quite so careful. However, I have renamed dodgy Bookmarks and Favourites to things like "BBC Weather" and "Resistor charts" just so if anyone comes into my room for any reason, they won't happen to glance and notice.

Plus my girlfriend spends some time on my computer when she's round (as she doesn't have one at her home) for Facebook and such. Renaming dodgy links is just for my own peace of mind too.

Of course you could suggest I move all my links out of the Bookmarks/Favourites and just save them in a folder, hidden, encrypted, whatever......but hey, where's the risk in that hehe
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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby vslayer » Thu Jun 10, 2010 8:58 am UTC

snowyowl wrote:Oh, I'm sure us computer-savvy geeks can think of much better ways of hiding our porn. Personally, I usually delete it when I'm done with it.


If I spend a whole night waiting for a porno to download, I'm sure as hell not going to delete it as soon as I'm done. Fuck the moral sensibilities of anyone else who uses my computer; I have needs! Needs for high speed internet! And until those needs are met I shall compensate by hoarding it all on my harddrives.

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby spekkeh » Thu Jun 10, 2010 10:17 am UTC

janhe wrote:
spekkeh wrote:Regarding desensitization, a while ago it was on the news that Belgian railway personnel operating the tracks were having sex orgies at work. And these orgies could well have been the reason they were not paying attention the day two trains crashed into each other, killing 20 people. I couldn't stop laughing and wanted to apply for a job at the railways. Interwebs, I want my morals back!


The way I recall it, it were firemen in one of Belgium's big cities who did the orgy. The mayor had started an investigation to see if any kittens had been sitting in the trees longer than needed. My reaction to the news was "meh, as long noone died"

No that was a different Belgian orgy :lol:

Now that I'm thinking about it, my example may not have been an actual orgy, but watching porn and harassing female employees.

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby hrasdt » Thu Jun 10, 2010 11:12 am UTC

Eshru wrote:Sites still have pop-ups? Who is the target? Un-tech savvy internet users? First time internet users? Will they ever give up and move on? Doubtful I suppose.

I know what you mean, I can't actually remember the last time I saw a popup. All the major browsers have popup blocking as stock-standard, so is there any point marketing that way?

asdfzxc wrote:It's completely undetectable unless you know that it's there, and even then you have to play Guess The Filetype until you figure it out. :D

Code: Select all

find ./ -size 100M | file | grep archive

Searches for all the files bigger than 100MB, then checks to see if they're archives.
Guessing the filetype is for people without file!

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby JonR » Thu Jun 10, 2010 11:36 am UTC

there seem to be lots of experts on hiding p0rn in folders so that other users won't find them.

I admit that I had to look up 'double penetration' and now I'm quite shocked. :oops:
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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby Killamus » Thu Jun 10, 2010 12:24 pm UTC

JonR wrote:there seem to be lots of experts on hiding p0rn in folders so that other users won't find them.

I admit that I had to look up 'double penetration' and now I'm quite shocked. :oops:
(is there an 'I now need a brain scrub and a cold shower' emoticon?)

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There you go. But if DP really shocked you, I'd hate to see what you'd do when you discover the good stuff (Other people call it horrible, grotesque, but I call it fappable) on the internet.

Go to Wikipedia and search for List of Paraphilias if you want to be scarred. It's text-only, but I'm not sure if it counts as SFW.

Also, this comic was pretty hilarious. I'll agree with the above posters - The "Gosh" made me laugh harder then the rest of it.

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby BioTube » Thu Jun 10, 2010 12:31 pm UTC

hrasdt wrote:I know what you mean, I can't actually remember the last time I saw a popup. All the major browsers have popup blocking as stock-standard, so is there any point marketing that way?
I've seen a few popunders get around my browser's blocking.
JonR wrote:I admit that I had to look up 'double penetration' and now I'm quite shocked. (is there an 'I now need a brain scrub and a cold shower' emoticon?)
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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby LordBritish » Thu Jun 10, 2010 1:23 pm UTC

cream wobbly wrote:Delete it, clean your "recent documents" list, clear your browser cache and history. Heck, use a different browser (built on a self-contained framework unlike Webkit-based browsers) exclusively for "testing" and make sure you have a bunch of "alternate browsers" so the story sounds right.


Ever noticed Firefox has a P(rivacy) mode? I think what the developers intended was a Porn mode, but they had to rename it before the release.
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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby Terraxos » Thu Jun 10, 2010 3:34 pm UTC

Am I the only one who doesn't bother to hide my porn? Most of it's still in the 'My Received Documents' folder where it was downloaded to, and I don't bother clearing my internet history either. I think my other family members have simply learned not to use my computer when I'm not around, lest they find something that they had rather not seen. (And if they do, it's their own damn fault!)

As for the comic: yeah, it's weird. It's weird how much sexual norms have changed even in my own short lifetime. I can remember when I was a kid, sneaking into my brother's room to look at his FHM calendar (probably a British equivalent of Sports Illustrated); thinking about it now, those pictures seem so tame it's difficult to imagine anyone finding them sexy. Or is that just me growing up?

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby Iridos » Thu Jun 10, 2010 4:55 pm UTC

Pxtl wrote:My kids are going to grow up in a _very_ weird world.

Ah, the mantra of every parent since the dawn of humanity.... Well, possibly not for so long, but pretty sure for about the last 200 years. .

Steax wrote:I think the scariest bit is that the kid knows the term "double penetrating". Where'd he get that from?

Now think carefully... WHERE MIGHT HE HAVE GOTTEN THAT FROM?! (I'm sure you'll figure it out)




You, sir, name? wrote:[*] Search for large files; they're either movies or.. movies

Hmpf, yes - it's me, who will make a backup of the files when it becomes apparent a drive is about to crash... trying to remove all temporary and cache files and reducing the amount of total space needed.... or who'll move/remove unneeded files when the disk fills up on an old group computer... Guess what you'll find when you look what's taking up all that space... well, mainly experimental data, of course... but also... right.

asdfzxc wrote:It's completely undetectable unless you know that it's there, and even then you have to play Guess The Filetype until you figure it out. :D


Dude... ever heard of something called the the 'magic number' of files?

JonR wrote:there seem to be lots of experts on hiding p0rn in folders so that other users won't find them.


Reading the way they do it, you should write it as "experts".

JonR wrote: to look up 'double penetration' and now I'm quite shocked. :oops:


And so you lose your innocence :-P I guess you weren't around for the "google for X girls Y cups" xkcd if you're shocked now... (and I suggest you don't inquire further... at least not so much further as to find any actual pictures or videos).

The internet is like a ... sewage plant or perhaps a digestion tower... anyway, the smelliest and most disgusting bits float on top.

Terraxos wrote:As for the comic: yeah, it's weird. It's weird how much sexual norms have changed even in my own short lifetime. I can remember when I was a kid, sneaking into my brother's room to look at his FHM calendar (probably a British equivalent of Sports Illustrated); thinking about it now, those pictures seem so tame it's difficult to imagine anyone finding them sexy. Or is that just me growing up?


No, it's the Internet and availability... and the perceived anonymity of the Internet (of course, you are tracked in many ways really, but you don't actually see any people seeing you, right?)
I wonder if we're the same age, I have pretty similar memories there : ) — I guess you take what you get when you grow up — and it's rather scary what kids of today get thanks to the net.
And as to the last question... you're of course also growing up... you've seen one or two things by now (on a postcard, as Pratchett usually says) and some of the novelty has worn off.
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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby hatten » Thu Jun 10, 2010 6:55 pm UTC

Nobody that I know IRL knows how to use my computer at all, so I consider myself safe. Unless somebody that I don't know goes and steal my harddrive and tries to read the partitions.

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby alreadytaken4536 » Thu Jun 10, 2010 11:00 pm UTC

I quite like the idea of only doing dirty business on a USB drive OS. There's no chance of anyone, no matter how tech savvy, or with access to state-of-the-art hard drive reading equipment, being able to find anything on your system because, there's nothing on it.

And if you're worried about someone looking through your USB drive for some reason, you can always crush the damn things.

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby Halrandir » Thu Jun 10, 2010 11:20 pm UTC

I remember way back when when I was in junior high, I'd set up a system where I would copy and paste any...questionable pictures I wanted to save into a password-protected Word document. I would then format all the images as Hidden text and fill the document with filler paragraphs and half-assed teenager poems so if anyone somehow opened it they'd just think it was a crap journal unless they hit the little paragraph button. Then I got to high school and I just stopped caring that much. :D

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby prophetjohn » Fri Jun 11, 2010 2:50 am UTC

XbHW_TestEngr wrote:From the other response thread:
skine wrote:If my children don't know how to use AdAware, NoScript and condoms by the time they hit puberty, then I'll consider myself a failed parent.


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I solved the issue of the kids "discovering stuff" by getting everyone their own computer. When they were young, I had admin privileges and a service package that reported web browsing history automajicly (Covenant Eyes). Now that they are grown, it is up to them.

Nevertheless, I buy full-featured anti-virus packages (aka Internet condoms) in the 5 pack for the fam.

you pay for anti-virus software?

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby Pfhorrest » Fri Jun 11, 2010 8:57 am UTC

prophetjohn wrote:
XbHW_TestEngr wrote:Nevertheless, I buy full-featured anti-virus packages (aka Internet condoms) in the 5 pack for the fam.

you pay for anti-virus software?

Your platform has wild viruses?
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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby Vimescarrot » Fri Jun 11, 2010 9:59 am UTC

I'm quite confused by a lot of tihs thread (stopped reading about 3/4 of the way down page 2...)

What's the point of going through such obfuscated methods to hide porn? Who are you hiding it from?

Little siblings? Basic protection is more than enough to protect against the curiosity of midget-people.

Tech support? Parents? Girlfriend? Do you really think any of these people believe you don't look at porn? And why would they care? My mother, ex-girlfriends, and tech support man certainly never did.

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby hatten » Fri Jun 11, 2010 10:51 am UTC

Geez, you don't need a _good_ reason to learn loads about security and using it for on reason at all.


It's cool (in some circles) to have a computer that's impossible to extract porn from, just for the sake of it.

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby Killamus » Fri Jun 11, 2010 6:40 pm UTC

I hide my porn because the porn I look out makes most people gouge out their eyes.

That, and I'd never live it down if someone found it.

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby zerker2000 » Fri Jun 11, 2010 10:14 pm UTC

hatten wrote:It's cool (in some circles) to have a computer that's impossible to extract porn from, just for the sake of it.
Erm, why would you intentionally disable your internet?
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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby Malph » Sat Jun 12, 2010 6:19 am UTC

FurbyFubar wrote:
Shadowtroid wrote:Once I borrowed someones laptop, and found a bunch of explicit searches on the Bing search history on the side. It was kinda weird.


Yeah, I see what you mean. Who uses Bing?


Hey! My mom uses Bing! (that's a joke, kinda)

No one would ever guess that "New Folder" is actually a decoy. My real porn collection is in "Stuff" (which you'd have never guessed if I never told you).

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby hatten » Sat Jun 12, 2010 4:38 pm UTC

zerker2000 wrote:
hatten wrote:It's cool (in some circles) to have a computer that's impossible to extract porn from, just for the sake of it.
Erm, why would you intentionally disable your internet?

oops, should have been:
"to extract porn from, for others"

It should ofcourse be easily reachable for the owner ;0

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby asdfzxc » Thu Jun 24, 2010 9:09 pm UTC

[bump, I know]
hrasdt wrote:
asdfzxc wrote:It's completely undetectable unless you know that it's there, and even then you have to play Guess The Filetype until you figure it out. :D

Code: Select all

find ./ -size 100M | file | grep archive

Searches for all the files bigger than 100MB, then checks to see if they're archives.
Guessing the filetype is for people without file!

Unfortunately for you, my porn files are a 200MB archive containing a set of large, unrecognizable files... in a folder full of 200MB archives full of large, unrecognizable files. And even if you finally work out that it's gamedata.db4 or detail.wad that I hid the files in, it's all packed up in a set of .kgb files. And I cleanly uninstall the program needed to open them whenever I'm done.

Also, you are not going to be near my computer long enough to install the .kgb editor. I'll probably be back before you even reach the first set of goatse decoys.

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby styrofoam » Thu Jun 24, 2010 11:20 pm UTC

asdfzxc wrote:And I cleanly uninstall the program needed to open them whenever I'm done.

Sounds easier just to encrypt with a long password.
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Postby Pfhorrest » Thu Jun 24, 2010 11:31 pm UTC

styrofoam wrote:
asdfzxc wrote:And I cleanly uninstall the program needed to open them whenever I'm done.

Sounds easier just to encrypt with a long password.

http://bash.org/?136524 wrote:<Raven> I tried setting my hotmail password to penis.
<Raven> It said my password wasn't long enough. :(
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Postby cjmcjmcjmcjm » Fri Jun 25, 2010 4:22 am UTC

Vimescarrot wrote:Tech support?

I know a person who does tech support for other students at his school. When he does any backup or has to find a file, his standard question is "Is there anything on here that you don't want me to see?" Once someone answered "no" and our protagonist was in for quite the surprise. In LimeWire, he found a video called "N***** slut fucking horses" and in a fit of curiosity, seeing as the help-seeker claimed that there wasn't any private content on the computer, decided to open it to see if it was really what it claimed to be downloaded by friends. It turns out that it was indeed high-quality h0rse p0rn and the play count read "5", so it's not like this dude's friends downloaded it and then watched at least half of it five times.
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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby scarletmanuka » Fri Jun 25, 2010 6:56 am UTC

Maybe the other student just meant "No, I don't care if you see my horse porn collection".

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby GDavidChau » Fri Jun 25, 2010 11:01 am UTC

But you are neglecting to mention that naked watersports are among the top 5 "Best things ever"

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby math1337 » Sat Jun 26, 2010 1:45 am UTC

spekkeh wrote:Great comic, and oh so true. Will I get lynched by the angry forum mob if I really want a facebook 'like' button for this?

Regarding desensitization, a while ago it was on the news that Belgian railway personnel operating the tracks were having sex orgies at work. And these orgies could well have been the reason they were not paying attention the day two trains crashed into each other, killing 20 people. I couldn't stop laughing and wanted to apply for a job at the railways. Interwebs, I want my morals back!


like it here

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby Matthew21210 » Wed Jul 20, 2011 11:18 pm UTC

Benson wrote:
10nitro wrote:*Michael takes my laptop, and attempts to go to google.com, however in his hast his left hand was down a row on the keyboard.*
Luke: See, the page isn't loading. Now close that window before it does.

Um, that'd be "boobld. om" -- the space will make most browsers do a search, I think? If he typed, say, "booble.com", then it wasn't an accident, it was muscle memory.

I got here by typing exactly that.
Point proven, moving on...

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby mojacardave » Thu Jul 21, 2011 8:42 am UTC

Plasma Man wrote:Or maybe something for your car. "Does your car suffer from sudden pop-up at inconvenient moments? Then try new pop-up blocker from Acme Co. Guaranteed to reduce incidence of popping up."
Reading that back I just realised that car could be replaced with penis. I wonder if there would be a niche for a product that prevents embarassing inadvertent erections. Maybe for teenage boys around exam time.


Google CB-3000. Probably NSFW, if there are any images...

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby mojacardave » Thu Jul 21, 2011 8:46 am UTC

BioTube wrote:Futanari, guro, yaoi. Now your mind's been thoroughly DP-ed.


I'm not sure that guro (drawings of violent bloody dismemberment, torture and death) belongs on the same list as yaoi (gay softcore anime, supposedly made by women for women and seldom featuring any explicit content). Somebody has the gay fear...

Admittedly, I've seen the second term used to describe any gay artwork, but technically that's not the original definition.

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Re: "Swimsuit Issue" Discussion

Postby addams » Fri Jul 22, 2011 1:34 am UTC

Killamus wrote:
JonR wrote:there seem to be lots of experts on hiding p0rn in folders so that other users won't find them.

I admit that I had to look up 'double penetration' and now I'm quite shocked. :oops:
(is there an 'I now need a brain scrub and a cold shower' emoticon?)

Image

There you go. But if DP really shocked you, I'd hate to see what you'd do when you discover the good stuff (Other people call it horrible, grotesque, but I call it fappable) on the internet.

Go to Wikipedia and search for List of Paraphilias if you want to be scarred. It's text-only, but I'm not sure if it counts as SFW.

Also, this comic was pretty hilarious. I'll agree with the above posters - The "Gosh" made me laugh harder then the rest of it.

So funny. Educational and funny.
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Some of us see The Gutter.
Some of us see The Stars.
by mr. Oscar Wilde.

Those that want to Know; Know.
Those that do not Know; Don't tell them.
They do terrible things to people that Tell Them.


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