Re: Opinions, please: 2-letter taboo

Subject: Re: Opinions, please: 2-letter taboo
From: Phil Sherwood <Sherwood-CPS007_Phil -at- MDD -dot- COMM -dot- MOT -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 5 May 1995 15:15:43 GMT

In article <9505021339 -dot- AA01504 -at- plamondon -dot- com>, Robert Plamondon
<robert -at- plamondon -dot- com> wrote:

> Two points:

> * "V.D." is not a taboo phrase. While it refers to something that is
> contracted through sex, so does "pregnancy."

> * If your audience does not consist mostly of junior-high students,
> it won't cause uncontrolled hilarity. Some people might smile.
> Big deal.

> -- Robert

Seconded. It's a minor infelicity, at worst. Undoubtedly your project has
other, more meaningful challenges for you to grapple with.

Phil Sherwood
sherwood -at- mdd -dot- comm -dot- mot -dot- com
Motorola Wireless Data Group, Bothell WA
I don't speak for Motorola in any way, and they don't speak for me.

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