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August 13, 2007

Popp-O-Matt

When I saw the site name Popp-O-Matt on the list of latest reviews on our main homepage, I felt I needed to get to the bottom of things as far as what the name met. The Peacock said that he didn't find that there was any real overall theme to the content. He also mentioned that several of us folks in the office had taken a number of guesses about what it could mean. In the end, one of the guesses wasn't as far off as he may have thought, once I did my own mini-investigation of the site.

Actually, it was when I double-checked the spelling of one of the guesses mentioned that it became clearer what was up, so to speak. You see he had written that someone thought that maybe it was about having sex in one of the coin-operated laundry places. He had spelled Laundromat as laundry mat, which I discovered is a common error because most people don't know that it's a trademarked name created in the 1950s combining automatic and laundry. It's as Kleenex is to tissue.

One part of the puzzle had fallen into place, or so I thought. I figured they were being cute by implying the content was so hot, it would make you pop a boner automatically. However, it still wasn't clear why they misspelled Popp with two 'p' at the end. Moreover, did they make the same error with Matt, or was it referring to some guy by that name? I needed to check out the members' area preview for more clues.

It provided no new clues other than that the extra 't' on matt was just a typo on Peacock's part. Therefore, by the time you read this, you won't even know what I'm talking about because I'll have gone through and corrected that little oversight. Our usual editor has been working on several other projects at the same time, so despite usually catching stuff such as that, this one slipped through I guess.

It was much more useful to click on the review's link to visit the site instead. That's where I found a picture of the electrical device that Peacock mentions in the review. It's true that in the promo tour in a section labeled "welcome/about us" that the site explains that a strange device resembling a battery tester will stimulate subjects to extreme orgasms. Peacock says that once you get inside there's no mention of the sexual enhancement gadget again.

The review isn't overly positive, but it is a blast to read the colorfully written intro info even before you join. It's set up blog style and I have to say although updates may be slow, the existing content looks hot, even if it's not exclusive.

Posted by Will Peters at August 13, 2007 1:01 AM

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