myLot's Rules on being Politically Correct.

United States
March 12, 2007 8:35am CST
I just attempted to post a discussion a discussion quoting the ten commandment and guess what! I was guilty of breaking one of myLot commandment I used a word which is the other name for a donkey (a$$). At first I thought where did I use an incorrect word. when I found it I really what surprised and then I found it funny! Don't you think that sometimes myLot is taking things too far? I have seen many worse words than that which can be disguised to fool the system.
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• Ireland
12 Mar 07
I find some rules on various sites rather funny. I wanted to get rid of a load of brass ornaments and I tried to list them all. One of them was a brass peacock and I the site wouldn't accept the word. I then changed it to a brass peahen and added an explaination as to why I called it a peahen. Now I am going to copy this response just in case my 'peacock' is unacceptable.
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@Lakota12 (42681)
• United States
12 Mar 07
oh my did they take it out for I responded to it lol as for that word I tried to us it the real way and it didnt post! so I had to change the word before it would post
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@irisheyes (4372)
• United States
12 Mar 07
Yes, they do tend to get carried away. I found out how much when I was trying to use the Q word for "odd" (qu**r). I'm actually surprised that we can still type in damn.
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@classy56 (2883)
• United States
12 Mar 07
yes sometimes mylot do go overboard on what words we select to use. i find it odd that they wont let you post certains words.when i see alot of nasty words.that should have been blocked out.but i see nothing with a$$.but its kinda hard to fool the system.but members do it all the time.
@mummymo (23707)
12 Mar 07
There have to be rules and boundaries in life and even mylot (LOL) but I do think this is a bit extreme! How many people would be offended by this?
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@Eskimo (2317)
12 Mar 07
Yes I had the same problem with the same word. Problem with banning some words is that they mean different things to people from different countries or different cultures. You only have to watch American films these days where they are full of words with only four letters, begining with f and ending in k, and it seems to be usead as a term of endearment over there, but is still not a word that I like to see or hear. Perhaps someone should start a contest trying to find how many different words that we can get banned that are actually all right in the context that they are used. Example (taken from other responses here), My A**(almost a donkey), and my pea****(hen) ate some turkeys' b****t (white meat).
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