Top porn search term in Quebec is "Quebec"

LoL, it ain’t about nothing that ain’t in @beschizza 's little write up.

The francophones probably get tired of the dominant anglophone porn in search returns, and since plenty of sexy-time stuff is produced in Quebec, mentioning it probably gets them francophone returns with that special kink that separates Quebec from the rest of the French speaking world.

All that searching just to learn that the cock they were looking for was inside of them all along.

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Is it wrong that I’m now tempted to google “poutine porn”?

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Do I even know what a Rusty Venture is? Like the best bits of Lovecraft, it seems to be something hinted at and danced around, so we’re forced to use our imagination instead of settling on a definite answer.

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I’m saddened by the lack of variety.

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I have heard it involves boiling llama milk, a dead squid, a excess of hemoglobin, and I uh… don’t believe I would feel very comfortable typing out the rest…

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“I’d do me” --Quebec

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Yeah, wheres the “Mr. T dressed as a cheerleader but with chaps and a winsome yet coy grin”? Does pornhub not track my searches!?

I demand to be heard!

No masturbation without representation!

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Yeah. I was disappointed to see that “Unspeakable acts done to curbside ditch trenchers” and “Picasso earplay” didn’t show up.

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Personally I was surprised I didn’t see any searches for, “tired, monotonous sex while eating bearclaws in bed”.

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Honestly though this has me more than a little curious about Quebec porn. Are we all missing out?

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The sex might be monotonous, but the bearclaws were stellar. ★★★★☆

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Shouldn’t WA State be horse or is that just in Enumclaw?

FYI, is in the paranormal romance genre: http://www.amazon.com/Bear-Bone-Paranormal-Romance-Security-ebook/dp/B01AIN9554

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As a francophone, I wouldn’t want to watch porn with people with a Belgian accent so this makes perfect sense to search for the home grown variety.

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I’m actually a bit surprised that Eskimo would be a search term. They don’t really call themselves Eskimo anymore - Inuit is the term we use.

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Are the vocalizations somehow less exaggerated in other languages or accents, than they are in, say, American English? IMHO, the language or accent isn’t the problem.

EDIT: fixed attribution of first quote (I think)

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I was being jokey but only partially. A Quebec accent sounds very different than a Belgian accent but they would not be entirely incomprehensible like how Germans say Swiss German is unintelligible to them. A Quebec accent is very recognisable and we do use language that is distinct from European French.

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Well, it’s not like there are many people in the US who call themselves Ebony either.*

Besides the cheap joke, I did find it genuinely interesting that the Native peoples have apparently had such an impact on Canada’s erotic imagination. I’m not aware that there is a comparable sentiment in the US. It reminds me of an article I read that claimed that since the US’s various recent adventures in the Middle East, there is much more of a market here for Arabs in porn. Previously, women of Arab background would either pass as another ethnicity or (presumably if they were pale enough) simply avoid the issue instead.

*Is Inuit always the correct term? I was under the impression that the peoples formerly termed Eskimos were not all Inuit.

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Nope, its not always the correct term. Also “Native”, “First Nations” and “Aboriginal” is also not always the correct term. It depends on the people, the place, the history, etc. :slight_smile: (I spent last year sending food north and conversing with people in Nunavut, crazy place the far north!)

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