So I was trying to send a pm to someone describing a dogs medical condition. I used the word pe nis, and it said that wasnt clean. Now, we are talking dogs here, they have vulva's and p enis's. Maybe others dont like using those terms, but why can't we use the gramatically correct terms?
http://www.ashleyspets.com "A dog is not almost human, and I know of no greater insult to the canine race than to describe it as such.
If you have to, you can always bypass the language filter. might get you banned if you do it in the forums, but in PM, no one would care. well, depend on the context anyway. If you say penis in an appropriate context, it should be fine i would think.
If I seem to have a superiority complex, it is because you make it so easy.
To a certain immature poster, the correct technical terms being describe here are not "potty mouth words". Now when I hit my thumb with the ^#*&^ hammer, that really *#&&%#$ hurts, now that is potty mouth.
I like him a lot better than I like most people. To you he's a dog. TO me he's an adopted son who is short, hairy, walks on all fours and doesn't speak clearly. I have no problem with any of these. <
I agree it's nothing bad it's only a body part. it's night like they were using the word in a *BAD* way. so why should it be blocked then? I mean I could see if they were saying stuff about men or boys, but come on it's only a dog? what's so horible about that?
personaly I don't find anything wrong with that at all. but of corse that's just my opinion.
The problem is, many of these words can be used in different contexts. Refering to a female dog in heat as a b**** is one thing. Refering to a female PERSON as such, is quite another. Same thing with body parts. Sure, everyone knows what they are. It's how the word is USED that makes a difference. And unfortunately, there is no way to block a certain word when it is used one way, but allow it when used differently.