Culture of Illusion – Inappropriate Candy Review.


There is a video on the internet that I have not seen called Two Women, One Cup. I hear that it is not the most pleasant thing in the world, either for the viewer or, for the two young women participating. I am not going to include a link here as I do not want to imprint my mind with it nor do I want to sully your poor psyche any more than it is already being sullied by living every day in this harsh world.

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Let us imagine, instead of two women and one cup, that the infamous video in question showed a Care Bear and a My Little Pony, sharing a cup. Let us say that Harmony Bear and Rosedust had fallen on hard times, their rent was due and they had been given the opportunity by Gargamel to make some easy money. After they had committed the acts as performed in Two Women, One Cup then the end result would taste similar to raspberry and dark chocolate m&m’s.

I apologise for rendering so sweet a pair of characters in such a vile scenario but I felt it was the only suitable way to warn you off this particular flavour of m&m’s.

You are most welcome.

Your thanks are not needed but they are enjoyed.

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The Sleepcoat League

Armchair anthropologist, sometime scribe, freelance philosopher, amateur artist, part-time poet, musical maven, alliteration aficionado.

13 thoughts on “Culture of Illusion – Inappropriate Candy Review.”

    1. I have a similar fear.
      That is also why you should never eat dark chocolate and raspberry m&m’s.
      It will make you want to tear your tongue out.
      A life with your eyes in a jar and your tongue in a box will no doubt be problematic.
      You have been warned.

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      1. It’s one I use when I’m either:

        a) sleepy and I’m rubbing my eyes
        b) shocked, so I’m shielding them from the horrors
        c) whatever you translate it to be

        I think eyes torn out would look more like this:

        x_x

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