Not suitable for anyone, anywhere.

Tuesday, July 11, 2006 1:03 | Filed in Oddities

Reading through some comments on the delightful Anna Pickard’s (no relation) Little Red Boat site, I came across something called Pornolize. Yes, that’s right. What is does is it takes your website and converts a proportion of the text to something quite obscene, yet leaving it strangely readable. It is very obscene, contains a great deal of swearing and is certainly NSFW — or indeed anywhere else for that matter.

However, if you’ve ever wondered what this site would be like if it contained a lot more obscenities, now you have the opportunity to find out.

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1 Comment to Not suitable for anyone, anywhere.

  1. False Occamism « Arnold Zwicky’s Blog says:

    April 13th, 2009 at 7:16 pm

    [...] (There are, of course, plenty of occurrences of “negative polarity” any-expressions that are understood as under the scope of negation, as in these examples: “Unsuitable for anyone, ‘Penelope’ [a movie] is a boar” (link), [about the software application Pornolize] “Not suitable for anyone, anywhere” (link).) [...]

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