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    Postby orald » 19 Apr 2008 16:44

    I'm sure they've got their own animal sex. I don't really know much about that "scene" since the mere mention of it make my blood boil. :x

    ß=S? Then yea. *searching for "cliterous"* "Welcome to Sick Germen Scheiße Movies". "Hey, isn't that Cartman's mom?" :P

    OK, this isn't really a matter of "OMG these other cultures' normal sex is perverse!", animal sex is, AFAIK, wide-spread across the globe, simply because there've been lots of lonely shepherds in our history.
    But tentacle sex? WTF? Now you're being aroused by little pre-teen girls being sodomized by squids?! :?

    Not to mention that all the Japanese-related porn I've seen(and I've seen nothing, I'm innocent! :oops: ) has the women whimpering like babies, and that IS a component in most, if not all, of those animes(I mean normal ones , not hentai). Whenever my little sister watches that crap I hear the females whimpering and moaning in high, childlike voices.
    Someone needs to put an end to this pre-teen sodomization fetish they have.
    Only teens and upwards should be sodomized. :twisted:
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    Postby malika » 19 Apr 2008 17:01

    I'm sure they've got their own animal sex. I don't really know much about that "scene" since the mere mention of it make my blood boil.

    I think that it seems to be one of those few things that remain shocking even today in Western society...

    ß=S? Then yea. *searching for "cliterous"* "Welcome to Sick Germen Scheiße Movies". "Hey, isn't that Cartman's mom?"

    ß = SS, while the "ß" can still be used in German, it can also be replaced with "ss".

    OK, this isn't really a matter of "OMG these other cultures' normal sex is perverse!", animal sex is, AFAIK, wide-spread across the globe, simply because there've been lots of lonely shepherds in our history.
    But tentacle sex? WTF? Now you're being aroused by little pre-teen girls being sodomized by squids?!

    But animal porn has nothing to do with a lonely shepherd who humps his own sheep, we are talking about "actresses" who participate in animal sex as a form of entertainment for a specific target group. As for the tentacle sex, to me it's less disturbing than actual animal porn, probably because it is animated and therefore not real. Both are disturbing in my opinion and I don't get off on neither of them, however I don't find one to be less disturbing than the other.

    Not to mention that all the Japanese-related porn I've seen(and I've seen nothing, I'm innocent! Embarassed ) has the women whimpering like babies, and that IS a component in most, if not all, of those animes(I mean normal ones , not hentai). Whenever my little sister watches that crap I hear the females whimpering and moaning in high, childlike voices.

    Maybe that's just the way Japanese girls moan or make noises, their voices are different from those of Western girls or something... I remember my cousin used to date a Japanese girl for a while, but he couldn't take her crying noises during the "sexy time"(how very Borat!) and broke up with her. But yeah, I also think that sexuality in Japan has a lot to do with submission and dominance...heck those two things seem to be crucial in Japanese culture in general (not just in a sexual way), just look at all those Yakuza movies or even their horror movies.

    Someone needs to put an end to this pre-teen sodomization fetish they have.

    We got our schoolgirl thing going on as well...not immediately meaning that we're all child molesters, I guess it also symbolises something along the lines that one seeks "innocence", or as seen in many cultures "only want to marry/do a virgin".

    Oh man...this is getting a bit too deep for me on a Saturday night with too much beer in my system! :D
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    Postby orald » 19 Apr 2008 17:20

    Frankly it's bullshit this whole "13 y-o's are still kids". Everywhere but the Christian west in the later part of the 2nd millenium 13 and the start of the "period" means the girl is a woman and ready to "wed and bed".

    I say we should petition for allowing sex with 13 y-o's! Who's with me? :D

    But yeah, I also think that sexuality in Japan has a lot to do with submission and dominance...heck those two things seem to be crucial in Japanese culture in general (not just in a sexual way), just look at all those Yakuza movies or even their horror movies.

    I don't really watch Japanese(or other) Yakuza or horror movies, but I believe this was a big part of feudal Japan and the whole strict honor, master-and-servent code.
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    Postby SandChigger » 19 Apr 2008 19:24

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    Postby orald » 19 Apr 2008 19:26

    Our tentacally delight shall never stop! :x
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    Postby malika » 19 Apr 2008 19:50

    So...to get back at the subject of tacos... (got to obey Captain Picard!) :lol:
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    Postby SandChigger » 19 Apr 2008 19:52

    Just ignore me. Most people do. ;)
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    Postby orald » 19 Apr 2008 19:55

    Yea, even his own son ignores him. He keeps telling him to stop writing shitty sci-fi books and rape the Duniverse but he never listens to his dear old father. :P
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    Postby Mandy » 19 Apr 2008 20:22

    malika wrote:So...to get back at the subject of tacos... (got to obey Captain Picard!) :lol:


    So what kind of tacos do you like? :)
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    Postby Tyrant » 19 Apr 2008 23:30

    Mandy wrote:
    malika wrote:So...to get back at the subject of tacos... (got to obey Captain Picard!) :lol:


    So what kind of tacos do you like? :)



    ummm....no comment...but im sure it isnt hard to figure out
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    Postby inhuien » 20 Apr 2008 04:19

    Tyrant wrote:
    Mandy wrote:
    malika wrote:So...to get back at the subject of tacos... (got to obey Captain Picard!) :lol:


    So what kind of tacos do you like? :)



    ummm....no comment...but im sure it isnt hard to figure out


    ........ermmmmm??? ssSpicey.... ones?...... and then runs away :P
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    Postby inhuien » 20 Apr 2008 04:21

    oops my bad.

    HIYA malika!! :) :)
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    Postby malika » 20 Apr 2008 05:15

    inhuien wrote:
    Tyrant wrote:
    Mandy wrote:
    malika wrote:So...to get back at the subject of tacos... (got to obey Captain Picard!) :lol:


    So what kind of tacos do you like? :)



    ummm....no comment...but im sure it isnt hard to figure out


    ........ermmmmm??? ssSpicey.... ones?...... and then runs away :P


    I love spicy food! :shock:
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    Postby inhuien » 20 Apr 2008 06:31

    malika wrote:
    inhuien wrote:
    Tyrant wrote:
    Mandy wrote:
    malika wrote:So...to get back at the subject of tacos... (got to obey Captain Picard!) :lol:


    So what kind of tacos do you like? :)



    ummm....no comment...but im sure it isnt hard to figure out


    ........ermmmmm??? ssSpicey.... ones?...... and then runs away :P


    I love spicy food! :shock:


    Me too, to the point that I'm on Doctors orders not to eat so many Pickled Hot Chillies (instert Homer noise) due the hurt, they were wrecking my tounge. No I was runnning away because I thought the Spicey comment somewhat drole for a Dune forum.
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    Postby Freakzilla » 20 Apr 2008 07:52

    Mmmmm... Guatamalan Insanity Pepper...

    *drool*
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    Postby malika » 20 Apr 2008 09:13

    Hmm those small yellow Caribbean or green Turkish peppers really do it for me. When I was in the US I couldn't find that much spicy stuff in restaurants, most was totally adapted for the American market... But yeah, here in Holland we have that same problem, unless I start talking in Turkish or Arab to the guys who work at many of the foodplaces and then we get the good shit! :twisted:
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    Postby Freakzilla » 20 Apr 2008 09:59

    You can get spice food in US resturaunts, you just have to know where to go. It also depends on the region. For instance, it would be hard to find non-spicey food in New Orleans and the reverse would be true in Atlanta. But that's only true for local "country" cooking, you could always find a Thai, Korean, or Mexican resturaunt.
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    Postby malika » 20 Apr 2008 10:27

    Freakzilla wrote:You can get spice food in US resturaunts, you just have to know where to go. It also depends on the region. For instance, it would be hard to find non-spicey food in New Orleans and the reverse would be true in Atlanta. But that's only true for local "country" cooking, you could always find a Thai, Korean, or Mexican resturaunt.

    The thing with Mexican and Asian (Thai, Korean, etc) restaurants is that they have adapted most of their food for the American market, so if you ask for spicy food there it will be food that might be spicy for an American and not for an Asian/Mexican, who tend to eat even spicier food. I do know that the Cajun (sp?) cuisine in New Orleans and those parts have spicy stuff too, but so far I've only been to NYC and all the places there simply "lightened" up their food for the US market. The Turkish places in Holland tend to do the same, but as soon as you speak a little bit of Turkish they tend to become very friendly and sometimes give you the stuff they eat themselves. (pissing off the other customers around me! :P)
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    Postby Freakzilla » 20 Apr 2008 10:33

    True, you not only have to know where to go, you need to know how to order.
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    Postby Mandy » 20 Apr 2008 11:41

    Tyrant wrote:
    Mandy wrote:
    malika wrote:So...to get back at the subject of tacos... (got to obey Captain Picard!) :lol:


    So what kind of tacos do you like? :)



    ummm....no comment...but im sure it isnt hard to figure out


    lol.. you have a dirty mind, I wasn't referring to pink tacos.
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    Postby Freakzilla » 20 Apr 2008 11:43

    Fish tacos?
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    Postby Omphalos » 20 Apr 2008 11:46

    clam tacos, the double-delite dish.
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    Postby orald » 20 Apr 2008 16:56

    I love pink tacos, but I haven't eaten any of the other kinds. :P
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    Postby Nekhrun » 20 Apr 2008 20:23

    Mandy wrote:
    Tyrant wrote:
    Mandy wrote:
    malika wrote:So...to get back at the subject of tacos... (got to obey Captain Picard!) :lol:


    So what kind of tacos do you like? :)



    ummm....no comment...but im sure it isnt hard to figure out


    lol.. you have a dirty mind, I wasn't referring to pink tacos.

    Pink? He thought you meant Hairy.
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    Postby Robspierre » 20 Apr 2008 21:13

    Freakzilla wrote:True, you not only have to know where to go, you need to know how to order.



    The nice thing about New Mexico is we do arse burning hot as standard :twisted:

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