Bull : The tagline made me feel physically abused..

The tagline made me feel physically abused..

No really, I feel angry!

Holy hyperbole!

No seriously, dramatic much? You only cheapen physical abuse when you claim that a show tagline is akin to physical abuse.

Re: The tagline made me feel physically abused..

Grow up, idiot

You need a therapist if you are that easily upset

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The tagline made me feel physically abused..

why?

Do they still call it an elevator when it goes down?

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Can someone please remind me what the tagline was?

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He'll Get You Off

The reaction to it in some quarters make me despair for society. Either some people don't understand what a double entendre is, or are looking for attention.

"Tell me you've got something better than agitated nuns." - Gibbs

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Thanks! I think the tagline is rather hilarious. Somehow I keep imagining church lady's reaction to it! "Well isn't that special."

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that's not a double entendre, if you say that in a court room, you know exactly what's meant, if you say it in the bed room you also know what it means, a double entendre is when you say something anywhere that can be taken 2 ways.

Do they still call it an elevator when it goes down?

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considering that the meaning one takes it as is truly up to interpretation no matter where it is said, double entendre fits

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the boat pulls up to the pier, it's on fire, the woman is screaming "the boat is too far away from the pier, I can't get off", 2 life guards come running to the pier, throw her a rope and yell to her, "grab onto the rope, we'll pull you in and GET YOU OFF, now if you call that a double entendre, then you have a sick mind

Do they still call it an elevator when it goes down?

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the boat pulls up to the pier, it's on fire, the woman is screaming "the boat is too far away from the pier, I can't get off", 2 life guards come running to the pier, throw her a rope and yell to her, "grab onto the rope, we'll pull you in and GET YOU OFF, now if you call that a double entendre, then you have a sick mind
Straw man argument. Your boat-on-fire argument is not relevant.

In the context in which the tagline was used (which is: on an advertisement poster in combination with the picture of a handsome actor, as promotion of a new show that the intended public didn't yet know what it was about), that tagline was definitely a double entendre, designed to make the public curious.


a double entendre is when you say something anywhere that can be taken 2 ways.
Not true. Or was this meant as a double entendre joke? (in which case it would still be untrue.)

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Re: The tagline made me feel physically abused..

Definitely a double entendre. No big deal.

Semper Contendere Propter Amoram et Formam

Re: The tagline made me feel physically abused..

exactly.someone just feels the need to argue a moot point for some odd reason

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thanks for joining the moot argument for whatever odd reason.

Do they still call it an elevator when it goes down?

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Why do you constantly have the need to make things an argument? FFS, do you ever post without being an absolute douchewaffle? Just wonderin'

"Tell me you've got something better than agitated nuns." - Gibbs

Re: The tagline made me feel physically abused..

no

Do they still call it an elevator when it goes down?

Re: The tagline made me feel physically abused..

The question was rhetorical

"Tell me you've got something better than agitated nuns." - Gibbs

Re: The tagline made me feel physically abused..

my answer was also rhetorical

Do they still call it an elevator when it goes down?
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