Written by Skoob1999
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Monday, 28 June 2010

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Following a plethora of 'vagina' related nonsense, few of which ever mention the anatomical terms, labia majora, or labia minora - to the layman, piss flaps, internet administrators have decided to ban the word 'vagina' from all websites and replace it with something less anatomically correct.

A spokesman for the Internet Administrators Advisory Board told our man:

"We're all a bit pissed off with vaginas - no pun intended. We felt that the ladies twat deserved a more appropriate nonclemature. We thought of piss flaps, beef curtains, hastily assembled kebabs, furry tacos and ripped wellies, or torn seaboots, but we had to discount them all as old hat."

At which point, our reporter was left stunned as the lights went out and a Billingsgate fish porter walked around the room with an open box of halibut, wafting the odour with free abandon in an attempt to get the audience in the mood.

When the lights came up, the internet administrators announced their alternative word via Powerpoint on a screen:


Which our reporter considered was a reasonable and non-sexist compromise.

Having heard several women over the years describe the male scrotal sac as "THE PLUCKED CHICKEN"

So, "SADDLEBAGS" it is for Skoob News. It's not nasty, it's not Latin, and what else can a woman sling to either side when mounting a horse?

More unbridled filth as we get it.

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