opinion

Porn and spelling

Gram Ponante
As you know, women are aroused when they observe good spelling. They like to get closer to the people who do it, and are often observed fellating them.

"Grams, I want to make freak on you," said my junior high school girlfriend, Thongtop Juicypants (she was from Thailand) when I won the spelling bee for the Bogue Chitto Unified School District.

Anyway, Vivid-steve sprang into action when it learned that one-half of the title of Kimberly Kane's new movie, until just recently called Triple Ecstacy, was spelled incorrectly.

Spelling errors account for 90 percent of the wood-killing mistakes in today's porn market, and they are killing our fish and ducks. While it pains me that Kimberly Kane will have to have the old tattoo burned off and the new one burned on, I am happy that the porn community's high percentage of college graduates will not be shamed.

Previously: Joanna's Angels 2: Alt Throttle; Wonderland: Return of the Tounge; Mind your boxcovers; Still life with Santa, toilet

See also: Vivid-steve, A Fleshbot story

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