So apparently you need to be very careful when Googling certain innocent phrases at work. Unintentionally invert just a couple of words and BAM! — suddenly your company internet filter thinks you’re a raging pervert. Anyway, I’m sure once you read the list below, you’ll be able to appreciate my syntactical difficulties. Why not make a game out of it and try to guess which ones are safe and which ones will have HR knocking on your cubicle!
- “winning jacks off friends” vs. “jacks off winning friends”
- “video of smoker walking into pole” vs. “video of walking into pole smoker”
- “widespread holes in her story” vs. “her holes spread wide in story”
- “white guys shooting balls at stuff” vs. “balls shooting white stuff at guys”
- “Dick’s Sporting Goods” vs. “sporting good dicks”
Feel free to submit your own. If yours is chosen as the winner, you could win a free lifetime subscription to Write in the Kisser! Operators are standing by. (Though not here, obviously.)