Erotic Banana Eating Banned Online – Here’s Why

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I remember an acquaintance of mine going on some sort of television show. It was something about singing mixed with daily streaming components, blah blah blah – I obviously wasn’t listening.

However…

Then she complained that she wasn’t allowed to eat bananas anymore.

I was like, “Whhhaaaat?”

While this girl was genuinely just chomping on her favorite fruit, with zero sexual innuendoes, other competitors on their own streams were getting pretty tongue-frisky with their fruit.

Now that my attention was completely grabbed, I went on to learn that this wasn’t just a “thing” that had popped up during the singing contest. It was widespread across several social media platforms (in a country with a red flag and yellow stars – hint hint).

Since places like these have tons of money to be made and even more views to digitally entire to hit the subscribe button, mountains of users have tried to stand out. Therefore, the old adage “sex sells” came into play.

But considering the country in question’s power-structure, the banana ban popped up in the news really fast.

That wasn’t all though.

Before the fruit fizz had time to wear off, thigh-high stockings and other suggestive accessories suddenly joined the list.

Apparently, this is to “rehabilitate” the country’s cyber-health.

I’m wondering … what about eggplants, cucumbers, and other cylindrical tubers?

There’s not much else to say other than “I’m no surprised any more as to what comes out of that country in terms of censorship.”

Now you know 🙂

Have a great day, and go eat a banana!

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