Sex chat on a 3ds

Posted by / 09-Dec-2017 01:31

Sex chat on a 3ds

My daughter has a Nintendo 3DS and recently purchased a Harvest Moon game for it.

She made a purple-haired character and, when prompted for a name, tried to name her Violet.

I don't even think she's playing this game anymore.

Does Pokemon still have the problem of not being able to trade certain non-nicknamed species of Pokemon because their names contain "naughty" words, like Froslass?

Nintendo created species of Pokemon whose names violate their own rules. My daughter did eventually try to name a chicken "Grape" and it was accepted.

Because "rape" is a word where if it was put with anything, it would not be considered offensive. However, "rapist" or "raper" would also be considered offensive even if the said words were put with other characters. I don't even think she's playing this game anymore.

Despite being in middle school he'd never encountered the slang definition in his 13 years and couldn't figure out what was wrong until I told him.Why in the world would the name "Violet" be inappropriate?It doesn't contain any inappropriate words that I can see (as in the "Scunthorpe" problem), it's the name of a color and a flower (seems innocent enough to me) and it is a legitimate girl's first name to boot! Does the word "violet" contain a rude word in some other language? I did some googling, and all I found was a post on another message board asking the same question and coming up with no results.It's that the spell-checker registers "viol" as one of the forbidden words on its list and that's as far as its tiny little silicon reflexion goes. It's that the spell-checker registers "viol" as one of the forbidden words on its list and that's as far as its tiny little silicon reflexion goes. It's that the spell-checker registers "viol" as one of the forbidden words on its list and that's as far as its tiny little silicon reflexion goes. In April 1998, Jeff Gold attempted to register the domain name shitakemushrooms.com, but he was blocked by an Inter NIC filter prohibiting the "seven dirty words" which was active between 1996 and the transfer of control to ICANN.[3] (Shitake is from the Japanese name for the edible fungus Lentinula edodes.) I was the billing systems development manager at Network Solutions at that time, and we called it the S-H-I-T problem.There were many Japanese site requests containing this string. My daughter has a Nintendo 3DS and recently purchased a Harvest Moon game for it.

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