Does every word have a pornographic definition in the urban dictionary? Probably- never mind.
You have to ask?
I thought you were a habitue around these parts.
Some versions of Rule #34
“Rule 34: There is porn of it.”
"Rule 34: If it exists, there is porn of it.
“Rule 34: If it exists, there is Internet porn of it.”
“Rule 34: If you can imagine it, it exists as Internet porn.”
The conundrum of finding an Internet pornographic exception to Rule 34’s “No exceptions” led to the Rule 35 corollary. On 12 October 2006, an early “Rules of the Internet” list, posted to the cyberculture wiki Encyclopedia Dramatica, included
"Rule 34: There is porn of it, no exceptions.
“Rule 35: If no porn is found at the moment, it will be made.”
Rule 35 is also often referred to as Rule 34b.
Another expression of these rules is:
“Rule 34: If it exists there is porn of it. No exceptions.”
“Rule 35: The exception to Rule 34 is the citation of Rule 34.”
@f00l@PooltoyWolf@sammydog01 heh… I wasn’t even thinking along the lines of pornographic. Was just thinking that when I was growing up fetch meant to go get something. Apparently it has taken on more meaning now. Like… fresh…gay…bad…dope, etc. All I’m saying is, I’m older now and I can’t keep up with all the new meanings for some words these days.
@f00l@lseeber@sammydog01 It is a bit disconcerting how often word meanings are being co-opted these days. You can’t even use the word ‘discriminate’ in its original capacity anymore (to differentiate between things), outside of some small electronics circles.