Sunday, March 27, 2011

Question 578: Dangling Angles


The ______X______  test was used by the British Board of Film Classification in the United Kingdom, unofficially, as a guideline to decide whether to permit an erect human phallus in the general release of a film or video. The test was held as a comparison to measure the erect phallus to the point that the angle it made from the vertical (the "angle of the dangle", as it was often known) was larger than that of the promontory at the southermost end of a popular physical formation in Scotland.

According to writer Emily Dubberley, the rule hampered the 1990s trend toward feminist pornography; since "you couldn't show a man in a state of arousal", the allowed depiction was "hardly a turn-on", and she criticized it as a double standard that was permitted due to the perception that women did not respond to visual erotic stimuli.

Deviance from South-Centre



Name the __X__ Test.

ANSWER:



Mull of Kintyre Test

7 comments:

Siddarth Pai said...

mull of kintyre test
looks like a phallus
someone's responding to the M&C effect
smirk

Siddarth Pai said...

oh bloody shit that was you
wait
how do you know about this?
same effect?
smirk

WHITE JACK AND BLACK LAGOON said...

Mull of Kintyre test

Rohan Danait said...

Mull of Kintyre. Liked the "phallus" part...

Nikhil N said...

Mull of Kintyre test

Pi.R.Square said...

mull of kintyre test
it looks like a wang

Soumya said...

Mull of Kintyre