NanoPoblano, Day 3: Tits at 40,000 feet.

I don’t consider myself a prude by any means. I mean, you’ve seen the shit I talk about here. I can churn out unfiltered, swear-laced TMI like nobody’s business.

And yet…there’s just something that feels so unwholesome about watching an R-rated movie on a plane.

It’s like those people you hear about who use library computers to watch porn. There’s nothing wrong with watching porn in itself, but there’s a time and place for bouncing bazooms and mid-morning at a public library just generally doesn’t make the cut.

Similarly, watching a steamy sex scene, however simulated, on an airplane as the flight attendant asks you how you take your coffee and the little boy in the seat behind you takes a breather from kicking your seat to lean forward and scope out some brief cinematic nudity, well…there’s no way that’s not going to be at least a little awkward.

Which is why I was a bit surprised to see this in the lineup for available on-demand movies on our flight to Japan:

Mainly because of these:

I don’t know if you’ve seen The Ninth Gate or not, but Johnny Depp and Emmanuelle Seigner drum up some major heat in this scene, and not just because everything around them is on fire.

Depending on who’s sitting around you, judging your life choices, that has the potential to be an awfully long minute and a half of jiggling jugs and O-faces.

And before you ask, no, not a damn thing was censored. I know this because Nutty Hubby and I immediately selected the movie and then fast-forwarded right to the bit where SatanTits and Johnny get it on.

Purely for research purposes, you understand.

Luckily, the woman in the next seat was too busy watching Magic Mike to notice.

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8 thoughts on “NanoPoblano, Day 3: Tits at 40,000 feet.

  1. I have felt the exact same way about being judged by my movie choices … except for entirely different reasons. My guilty pleasure are children animated movies. What does that say about me?

    On the other hand, Johnny Depp …. doesn’t need any other explanation.

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  2. The problem with porn on a plane or in a public library, I thought, isn’t just that someone watching jiggling jugs and O-faces makes others uncomfortable. It’s also what people, usually men, do while watching porn.
    Since you and Nutty Hubby weren’t, I assume, playing along with the onscreen action the only real concern was whether the kid who was kicking your seat would stand up and be exposed to cinematic breasts.
    And I’m sure the parents would have a problem with that. Their kid kicking your seat? Not their concern. Their kid seeing nudity in a movie you’ve chosen to watch in the relative privacy of your seat? Serious problem.
    It’s all about priorities.

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    • Yeah, that’s why we ultimately opted for movies with lots of violence and gore. Watching Arnold Schwarzenegger blow someone away with a shotgun is just another day at the office for a young, impressionable mind, but a brief glimpse of nipple? That shit’ll scar a kid for life.

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