Some of you may have noticed that Adam is a man who loves the more… colourful parts of the English language. Truth be told, the man is a walking vulgarity engine, with a wonky self-censoring circuit. Don’t misunderstand, it’s not that he’s incapable of restraint, he just doesn’t bother with it. Because it’s easier to let me restrain him.
Well… that’s a full-time job that’s been getting harder and harder. You may have noticed that in recent episodes a few superfluous F-Bombs managed to evade my skillful editing. I do try and remain vigilant, but it’s almost like Adam has been actively sneaking more and more cursing into each episode just to keep me on my toes. In fact – I know that’s what he’s doing.
So it’s time to make him pay.
As of the forthcoming Episode 21, The Unknown Studio will no longer be censored. Adam is now free to rattle of long litanies of profanity that would make a sailor blush. And every time he unleashes such a blistering obscenity he’s going to be plunking a shiny dollar into the swear jar.
Yes, we’ve always been a little lenient on the easier swears. Something has to be particularly foul before it merits a dollar value. Rest assured, though, that Adam is more than capable of reaching into the stratosphere of indecency at regular intervals.
So, for the record, we’ll be abiding by rules set down by a master of ribald language, the late George Carlin. His seven dirty words you can’t say on television; Shit, Piss, Fuck, Cunt, Cocksucker, Motherfucker, and Tits, seem like a good barometer.
And don’t go thinking that we’re going to be spending that swear jar capital on us. Oh no, once the jar is full, we’ll be donating the whole shebang to charity.
Granted, we haven’t decided which charity. But the swear jar is still empty – so there’s still plenty of time to figure that out. If you have any ideas, feel free to share.
In the meantime – brace yourselves. Adam and Scott are uncensored.