Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Name Change

I am so paranoid about getting my Adsense account deleted that I had to change the title of the blog because it contained a questionable word.

I don't think I like this censorship stuff. Sometimes you just need to say naughty words to create the proper environment for a joke. Some people will tell you that bad words are never necessary, but I beg to differ:

Example 1:

1. "Oh."

2. "Oh Sh-t."

Example 2:

1. "I love you."

2. "I f---ing love you."

3. "I love f---ing you."

Those sentences don't even mean the same thing without the curse words.

Anyway, now I have to go back and write the word isht or crap where there used to be a different word and then I won't even have the ads for cat diarrhea anymore! I am such a sell-out.

This is exactly why I didn't want AdSense on my other blog. Even though it would have been really fun to see what kinds of keywords it came up with. I wonder if my MSP store would show up in my ads? Probably.

Maybe I'll do a one-day Adsense thing on my other blog. Just to see what keywords come up.

At any rate, I am sorry my out-of-control paranoia has caused me to have to take out some of my favorite words. I hope that my favorite ads do not disappear with them.

Cat diarrhea

Cat diarrhea

Cat diarrhea

Okay, I just wanted to make sure that my favorite ad ever wasn't in jeopardy of vanishing just because I got rid of the s-word.

2 comments:

dogimo said...

ADVERTISEMENTHARLOT is even better! Don't sweat the name change. The other was good, so I won't say WAY better, but it's a clear step up in terms of just about everything you want!

It's dirty and vulgar, only with a sniff of refined elegance that the other can't touch. Oh, it thinks it can touch - it can try to touch! But it will be caught up in the attempt, by a pair of burly tuxedoed gentlemen who see the beeline and move deftly to intercept and eject without creating the slightest disturbance upon the assembled guests.

As the AvertisementHarlot regards the scene, with a mixture of amusement and concealed dismay. Her former self: Given The Heave Ho.

He heh. "Ho."

Veronica Marcetti Dimick said...

Yeah, be sure to keep adding the phrase "cat diarrhea," because that is my fave ad too!