myLot has its own definitions when it comes to 'dirty' words
August 31, 2011 10:45pm CST
I am a freelancer of sorts and like to use expressions in my responses but what did I see? Many of my responses were deleted as I had used 'banned' words. As a newbie I did not know what to do and those days writing to feedback and getting a response was more difficult than getting water from a stone. So I started changing the expressions. I changed an expression and started with "Every Tom, John and Harry" but solution was at hand when I saw the same expression being allowed. Now tell me what's that * doing there. I got it. Eureka. I am so happy now. Let me tell every tom, di*ck and harry there is a solution. Go head guys and be free. Now let me rush and keep my house sp*c and span as I am expecting guests. See you.
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• Lapu-Lapu City, Philippines
5 Sep 11
i wanted to use the nickname of the person who is the subject of one of my discussions before. i just wanted to use it because he was well known with that nickname while he was still living. his name was richard and his nickname is di*k.
2 Sep 11
As hiccup pointed out what is meat to one country is poison to another - I am talking of the words that mean that way and America takes the cake when it comes to coining words that are so innocent but used to describe the unmentionables. Not fair really. How about preparing a dictionary of 'dirty' words as per myLot!