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    ^^that sounds like the name of a private detective.

    get it?

    private(s)?

    detective (aka d*ck)?

    oh my, somebody please stop me!

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    Munkey MonologuesSnatch MonologuesThey just don't sound the same do they?Quote:Poontang...

    this is silly

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    I really like this one. It has a nice ring to it

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    Jimmy Kimmel was out on the street asking people if they knew what a HooHaa was...it was funny

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    Is there an article about this so I can pass it along to show others the ignorance?

    This lady is a loser.

    apparently, she was driving past when her niece asked her...

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    In light of this thread I think that someone should write and produce the Cow-tang Monologues. I know I'd watch it! :P

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    I chuckled aloud at this one myself actually (Poontang Monologues).

    Seriously...that woman was ignorant. Kids need to know the proper name for all of their body parts.

    When I was a kid, my mother called a vagina a "tootsie."

    She tried that crap with my then 2 year old niece when she was helping potty train her. My mom said, "okay now, wipe your tootsie from front to back." My niece replied, "No Grandma, it's not a tootsie, it's a vagina!" :P

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    Snatch Monologues

    get it?private(s)?detective (aka d*ck)?oh my, somebody please stop me! ...

    DEAD

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    Hmmmm

    Talking Coochies
    Cookie Monologues
    Twat Monologues
    Kitty Monologues
    NA NA Monologues

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    Hot bumper sticker! Quote:The Tweet Monologues!Quote:Poontang MonologuesQuote:Privacy monologues....and last but...

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    ...and for some of us - it would be the "Ill-Na-Na/Bomb Digga Monologues"

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    Don't forget child sexual molestation to. <_<

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    Ridiculous. The irony.

    And what does it solve? What's going to happen the next time they drive by, now that the name is changed?

    "Auntie, what's a hoo-haa?"

    "Oh, that's another name for your too-too."

    "Well why don't they call it a too-too then?"

    "Because some people would rather say hoo-haa."

    "Well which is the real name?"

    "Um... it's really called your pee-pee."

    "Oh. Auntie, how come it says about pee-pees on the sign?"

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    All of the alternatives have been extremely funny. But, how true is this story? Does a theatre house really have the power to change the name of someone's play without permission from the writers, producers, etc?

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    Girls Who Said 'Vagina' During Monologues Suspended
    Defiant Stand Applauded By Play's Author

    POSTED: 7:55 pm EST March 6, 2007

    CROSS RIVER, N.Y. -- A public high school has suspended three 16-year-old girls who disobeyed officials by saying the word "vagina" during a reading from "The Vagina Monologues."

    Their defiant stand is being applauded by the author of the well-known feminist play, who said Tuesday that the school should be celebrating, rather than punishing, the three juniors.

    "Don't we want our children to resist authority when it's not appropriate and wise?" said author Eve Ensler.

    The three honor students, Megan Reback, Elan Stahl and Hannah Levinson, included the word because "we knew it was the right thing to do. Since we're comfortable saying it, we should make other people comfortable saying it," Levinson said.

    The excerpt from "Monologues" was read Friday night, among various readings at an event sponsored by the literary magazine at John Jay High School in Cross River, a New York City suburb. Among the other readings was a student's original work and the football coach quoting Shakespeare.

    The girls took turns reading the excerpt until they came to the word, then said it together.

    "My short skirt is a liberation flag in the women's army," they read. "I declare these streets, any streets, my vagina's country."

    The suspension has prompted allegations of censorship. But Principal Richard Leprine said Tuesday that the girls were punished not because of what they said but because they disobeyed orders not to say it.

    In a statement, Leprine said that because the event was open to the community, including children, the word "vagina" was not appropriate. He said the girls had been told when they auditioned that they could not use the word.

    Reback said Tuesday that no one in the audience was younger than high school age. "What did we do that was so wrong?" she asked. "We were insubordinate, but the reason we were insubordinate was that we talked about our body."

    The principal said that the school respects students' right to freedom of expression. "That right, however, is not unfettered.

    "When a student is told by faculty members not to present specified material because of the composition of the audience and they agree to do so, it is expected that the commitment will be honored and the directive will be followed," Leprine said. "When a student chooses not to follow the directive, consequences follow."

    Bob Lichtenfeld, superintendent of the Katonah-Lewisboro school district, which includes John Jay, said, "If the high school students wanted to put on a production of 'The Vagina Monologues,' they probably wouldn't have had any opposition. As long as the intended audience knows what to expect, we don't have a problem with it."

    Ensler said the girls were right for "standing up for art and against censorship."

    "The school's position is absurd, a throwback to the Dark Ages," she said. "So what, if children were to hear the word? Would that be terrible? We're not talking about plutonium here, or acid rain, a word that destroys lives. It's a body part!"

    She said she called the girls to support them because "the school put them in an impossible position."

    The girls said they had the support of their parents. "To me, they were reciting literature in an educational forum and they did it with grace and dignity," said Dana Stahl, Elan Stahl's mother.

    The girls will all serve one-day, in-school suspensions, beginning Wednesday.

    "The Vagina Monologues," presented as various women's thoughts about sexual subjects, has become a phenomenon since its Off-Broadway opening in 1996. All-star readings are common and on "V-Day" each year, usually Feb. 14, local volunteers, college students and a few high schools produce benefit performances of the play to raise funds to battle violence against women. The "V-Day" Internet site says there were more than 2,700 such events last year.

    Performances occasionally provoke controversy.

    Conservative Catholics criticized the University of Notre Dame's decision to allow a performance on campus last April. This year, student planners couldn't get an academic sponsor.

    Last month, a board member of a central Kentucky historic theater quit after objecting to the theater's marquee advertising "The Vagina Monologues."
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    all I can do is and _headshake: . Folsk are getting more ridiculous by the day............

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    all I can do is and _headshake: . Folsk...

    ITA. I'd like to add something to this thread but all I can thimk off is the same...

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    Amazing isn't it? Vagina (a body part) is a dirty word.

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