Monday, June 27, 2011

What does NSFW mean to you?

David over at Random Nuclear Strikes has one that he says isn't NSFW, but may cause gagging- and stuff.

So is this video of a Russian drug addict getting what's left of his leg sawn off NSFW, or is that now just regulated to pr()n?

What it is- before you jump over there, is some druggie who let himself get so far gone- that he let his gangrene rot. The. Meat. Off. His. Shin. And. Calf.
The entire lower leg is draped over his ankle like a limp meat sock. All you see is two white bones.

Gross, but work-safe?

4 comments:

  1. It's strange but the word we use to describe vile sex acts - - obscene - - was originally used in theater to describe an act that was committed off stage, i.e., a killing, etc. It's typical of the US that bare titties are considered NSFW, but a scene as you describe, perhaps not. I'd certainly have a problem with it if I found employees viewing that sort of thing while on the job.

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  2. What I find interesting is that facat that I have become so desensitized to stuff like this. I can watch that vid and say nonchalantly wtf?... but when I see a video of someone hurting someone or beating an innocent person senselessly I get emotionally upset. BTW.. nothing on the adult side of things shocks me anymore ;)

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  3. I tend to view NSFW as slang for porn. That video is likely also not safe for work, but if I were posting it, I'd label it "Not safe for work". Posting porn would get the NSFW label.

    Never really thought about it until now.

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