December 10th, 2008


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caprinus discusses the intricacies of English prepositions:
"The bus that John got off on [and then got arrested]". Which brings to mind the inevitable "It was the bus that John got off off". The "off off" version suggests that the reason John got off on the bus is because he had a transportation-vore fetish and being inside one excited him; while the single "off" means that the bus itself was stimulated by John's presence. "John got off the bus, then got off on the bus off the bus getting off" combines the two ideas into one sexy scenario.

Context got off the bus.
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Sci-fi doesn't get much weirder than this.

From diciple_of_time:

"It's an organization founded by a newly werewolf Queen Victoria because of an incident with ninja monks with one of it's only remaining branches led by an omnisexual from the 51st century who can't die but will eventually become a head in a jar. If you interpret the line that way/and or accept it."

Context sums up the history of the Torchwood Institute pretty well, actually.

Note: The rest of the comments and the original post itself are great, if you don't mind turning your head 90 degrees to one side while trying to make sense of it all.
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