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Outcry forces Pakistan to hold back on ‘obscene’ text message blocks

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  1. People are very creative with language. They find a way to say what they want to say. This is a silly idea but it could lead to some creaive neologisms.

    1. DJ Sheepiesheep 22 Nov 2011, 4:32pm

      Pakistani Polari, maybe?

  2. Father Ted 22 Nov 2011, 2:24pm

    With everything else going on over there they have time for this nonsense?

  3. I for one have never received a text with all of those words

    “Jesus Christ! the gay and lesbian supermarket is out of condoms, anti-flatulence and athlete’s foot cream again.
    Can you check i locked the back door so no homosexuals get into the garden again as i’m having a bad day!”

  4. Great postings esp Tigra 07. Quite made my f****** day.

    1. Ta David =]

  5. Robin Evans 22 Nov 2011, 8:32pm

    yet another reason to stay the hell away from Pakistan…

  6. Rachel Haytread 22 Nov 2011, 10:08pm

    Muslims eh! Don’t you just love them?

  7. jamestoronto 22 Nov 2011, 10:49pm

    What Orwellian idiocy. Floods, earthquakes, armed confrontation in Kashmir, corruption and street violence out of control, the Taliban operating inside your borders but not to worry world, the Pakistani government is making flatulence a “non-thing” and a “non-word” George Orwell would be so proud of you. Their government really needs to have a reality check if they think this is even remotely important.

  8. The country is a tip and they are worried that someone may be texting “gay”. ?

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