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samzenpus posted more than 6 years ago

Idle 4

samzenpus writes "The thing that interests me about this video is how by just adding a beep you can change something completely innocent into something that seems vulgar. There is a consumer/advertising perception study in here somewhere. Also, perceived puppet profanity is funny."

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naer_dinsul (784040) | more than 6 years ago | (#22425860)

...Wow.

I don't know which is sadder...

The fact that someone took the time to put this together...

Or that fact that I remember watching the original sketch on Sesame Street...
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