Remember when people used to ask you what you wanted to be when you grow up, well about a week ago I asked my 10 year old niece what she wanted to be. Her response was a Juggalette. I asked her why and she said the only time she feels complete is when shes got her face all painted up hangin out with auntie lette and uncle lo and all our friends. This is where i corrected her we aren’t friends we’re family.
10 YEAR OLD DREAMS OF BEING A BUM GROWING UP
NOT A PRINCESS
NOT A ACTOR
NOT A DOCTOR
NOT A TEACHER
BUT A JUGGALETTE
“Do not forget to strap on your helmet before getting on your motorcycle.” “I got the tickets for Twilight. Hurry up or you’ll miss showtime!” “This teacher is so boring. She’s killing me.”
Next week, these text messages could be banned in Pakistan.
Do the above sentences seem innocuous? Harmless perhaps? If a proposed ban passes in Pakistan, none of the above sentences could be sent as text messages.
The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) compiled a list of over 1,000 words, the majority in English, that they deem “pornographic or offensive to Islam,” Newsweek Pakistan reported.
A document online that purports to be the banned word list reads like a primer on junior-high-level sex slang with some surprising additions, including the terms “Juggalo” and “Jesus Christ” (who knew the Insane Clown Posse had a following in Pakistan?).
On Monday, Newsweek reports mobile operators postponed implementing the ban, saying they needed further clarification, but that the ban could take place within a week’s time.
On Twitter, users have started construing possible text messages that would be banned under the regulations. ““My donkey refuses to cart the milk. He is such a bad ass,” one reads.