Trackback Spam and the Stunning Variety of Human Sexual Behavior

Posted by: Rob Hof on October 18, 2006

Because our blog spam filter seems to have gone missing the last few months, and no one else on this blog appears to check trackbacks (thanks, guys), I have had the displeasure of having to delete dozens of trackback spam messages every day just to find and approve the occasional real one. I wish I could show some examples of them, but this being a family blog, all I can say is I’ve learned one thing: Some people have more acutely specific tastes in sex than I ever imagined, involving every possible combination of orifice, emotion, device, age, familial relationship, and gender (more than two, it would appear). Much more, for sure, than I ever wanted to know. I just wish they’d keep it to themselves. Or at least that someone would fix that damn spam filter.

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dg

October 21, 2006 01:02 PM

"Some people have more acutely specific tastes in sex than I ever imagined"


hehehe

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