Some things are more obvious than others when it comes to lying. I mean by now we all heard that smiling Bob isn’t going to make your dick any harder or any bigger and he faces 20 years in the big house for lying about it. I mean he had a nice run with his male enhancement product but in the end it didn’t enhance shit and well, I think most of us knew it. But sometimes those lies we all read about or see on TV aren’t so obvious or so harmless.
I was watching TV a few months ago when I came across an ad for a product about cutting your dog’s nails. The commercial made the product sound like the answer to my every pet related need and as such I bought the item in question only to find when it finally arrived some 6 weeks later that it was total and complete shit. It wasn’t that they lied, they just led me to believe something that wasn’t exactly true. It was deceptive, perhaps – but it wasn’t a flat out lie.
Sort of like saying a man is a disabled vet. When one says a man is a “disabled veteran” it leads one to believe that he was injured at war. You know like defending our country or some shit like that. I mean there is honor in that and that is why that phrase holds special meaning. However when one finds out that this person was at one time a Marine or may or may not have ever so much as seen any real shit, or ever even left the country for that matter, let alone gotten a single injury while in the service, but in fact was TEMPORARILY disabled by a slip and fall type injury while at work and hasn’t exactly been in the military in years would be yet another example of deceptive practices.
Sure the guy technically is a vet, I mean at one time he was in the Marines but for all we know he could have been dishonorably discharged. And sure the guy was temporarily disabled by obtaining an injury while on the job but he’s not a DISABLED VETERAN in the sense that we have come to attach special and honorable meaning to that phrase. So implying otherwise would again be unethical. In fact, some might even say fraudulent. It’s ironic that while accusing someone of fraud, one would commit fraud themselves.
I’m not pointing any fingers here or even talking about anyone specific, just giving examples of lies, deceptions and well … I’m really getting off topic here. I think you get the point with this one. So let us move on.
So now let’s say you are a porn star. You are in fact a pretty popular porn star. You pay some guy or some company to create you a new website. The first thing I noticed was how much her new website looked like another website, that of porn star Nikki Benz. You can visit the two sites and compare the two for yourselves. Both use identical color schemes, both use the same blue and white swirls. It’s amazing how similar the two sites are. I don’t know about you but I would be pissed off if I paid some guy to create me a website and launch it only to find it looks almost exactly like another porn star’s website. Since Nikki Benz has had her website around awhile now we know that hers was the original.
Now here is where the shit just gets down right funny, well maybe not as funny as fraudulent but still you get the point. Shyla Stylez apparently signed a deal with a company called Adult Star Products to manager her website and get traffic through their affiliate program. It’s not uncommon for a porn star to do something like this. In theory it makes it easier to handle your website because they are already setup to manager multiple websites like your own so in theory that just makes things easier. So this is what caught my eye.
Wait? WHAT? Shyla Stylez is the #1 searched porn star online? Oh really? Where did they get this tid bit of information? I mean who the fuck would have the balls to actually say that out loud let alone post it as official or true? Without even looking I can tell you a few names that are searched for more than Shyla Stylez and that includes Jenna Jameson, Tera Patrick, Jenna Haze. So then I actually put in a little effort and found that quite a few others also come up in search engines more than Shyla Stylez, such as Eva Angelina, Jesse Jane, Gianna Michaels and Amy Reid.
Even more insane is that the person who created her site put this little “fact” across every single page of her website. Let’s just forget the fact that it’s not even remotely true and put it up there anyway because it sounds good? Is this the logic they were going with because it’s the best I can fucking figure out!
As I was laughing about this bullshit with a friend of mine, who has this horrible tendency to try and see the good in people, despite the obvious, pointed out that maybe these searches the Shyla Stylez people referred to was at a site like FreeOnes. And you know come to think of it, I did seem to recall Shyla Stylez being pretty popular at FreeOnes so ya maybe that’s it. But turns out that couldn’t be the case since well 5 isn’t 1 and that’s her spot when I checked. So who the fuck knows what they were thinking. Guess it’s just yet another example of stretching the truth. It seems there is a lot of that going on lately.