Sunday, January 27, 2008

we're all adults here, right?

(I guess I use the word "crap" too often. Dammit!)

12 comments:

Sebastian said...

Mine is NC-17, which I guess isn't too surprising given the talk lately about electro-stimulation of nipples.

Brent Greer said...

Love it Breda, thanks. I just ran the check against my blog. Turns out I would be labeled NC-17 because I used the word "gun" 37 times, and the word "shoot" once. NO mention of my use of crap, though (its in there often). I guess I'll live with the rating since my online journal is about guns and politics....sigh.

The Earth Bound Misfit said...

Well, you also get dinged by that ratings widget if you use the words "gun" and "shoot."

Lin M. said...

I got G. G? . .like in Bambi and other movies with animated forest creatures?

My blog is as dull as Al Gore.

Great. .

BobG said...

I found that using the words "gun" and "firearm" hit the rating higher than simple expletives.

Carteach0 said...

Gave me 'PG-13', mostly from the word 'gun'.

Liberal commie pinko rating system... (g)

Guess I need to curse more often, but then again that might not trip a rating system that thinks 'gun' is bad.

New Jovian Thunderbolt said...

the word "gun" and "shoot" make you a no-no

Earl said...

Well, I will have to work much harder, I am General, and I have mentioned dancing girls twice and have a picture with an old Playboy magazine in it. But being General audiences is just fine with me.

the doctor said...

Just checked my blog " The Doc Spot "
and got a PG13 rating , I have a political blog and no swearing or sexual references . You cannot win , can you ?

Roberta X said...

My PG13 was for "gun" and "shoot," so I'm sure happy I didn't refer to the equine-fellating Senate very loudly, 'cos that would have been wrong.

Christina LMT said...

Wow. I don't think they check archives, because I did this a few months ago and got an NC-17 rating. I dropped the "F" bomb a few too many times.

Now I'm only a piddling PG!

Nicki said...

Mine is NC-17, because apparently, I say "gun" too much. They also took issue with my use of the word "Dick," which is, in fact, Virginia Senator Dick Saslaw's name.