by eslobrown on November 30, -0001
In Other Words: Pornography
Discuss this euphemism in the comments below.
Consuming alcoholic beverages is “Adult Entertainment” but not Pornography.
Not so. Drinking/consuming/imbibing—call it what you will—alcoholic beverages is NEVER referred to as “entertainment”. You may drink a beer while attending a baseball game, but the game is the entertainment; obviously, the beer is not. “adult entertainment” has always been the euphemism for pornography. “Adult Book Stores” sell pornographic material of all types. A regular book store has a “children's section”, but you'll never see a section called “adult books” at Barnes & Noble.
Umm there is a certain kind of adult section which involves adult material at Barnes & Noble.
Someone doesn’t get verbal irony
..Ah, but it looks so tasty in print!
But there are no Adult illustrated Special Interest Literature at Barnes and Noble
haha most “Adult Entertainment” involves touching yourself haha
and maybe hiring an escorts for more satisfaciton to their self.
haha lol it dosent even show it
what? no one else was going to say it 😀
it’s better to say good words as good description for the escorts than to degrade their dignity, we have to apply euphemisms to avoid harsh words that can put down to a persons life.
I want to know more about this EUPHEMISM and more. I hope you will be posting more related post about it. Thanks for sharing.
Best adult entertainment for me is the escorts erotic services.
There is nothing wrong for touching your self as long you can have escorts at your side while doing that. hahaha
Adult entertainment isn’t only confined to pornography. The word has wider meaning
Similar to Adult Beverage – meaning alcoholic beverage
In my honest opinion there are no euphemism when it comes to adult entertainment. It’s all about fulfilling your wild fantasy, just like a transsexual woman who can schmuck you at the same time or either way.
It’s called “adult entertainment” but that’s a misnomer (and a misplacement of a quotation mark). For example, you can see people 21 and older sitting at bars drinking their lives away (aka drunks) and they’re classified as “adult”. I guess “adult” entertainment is fitting in that respect (as long as you move that second quotation mark inward). Good luck feeling normal when you leave an “adult” store. There’s a reason you feel that way.
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