|Old People |
0:23. Lord have mercy.
Possibly the greatest find ever.
Moves paw towards cock.
The main reason the Witnesses shouldn't masturbate is it will ruin your suit.
I like the slow and leisurely stroke technique of the second guy
|Jet Bin Fever |
Well, I know something in ASL now.
Wait, Steve Rooster is a Jehovah's Witness?
The majority of communication in ASL is through facial expressions. Some of the dirtiest jokes I know can really only be told in ASL.
|Adham Nu'man |
They couldn't use subtitles?
I don't know ASL, but from what I saw it seems like their main argument is that if you masturbate you'll get semen in your chest hair and it will make you cry.
Which is probably more convincing than what they're actually saying.
|Dread Pirate Roberts |
This is the kind of thing POE was made for! Great find!
|big pincers |
I wonder how deaf people have conversations about sex without getting ridiculously horny every time, now that I see the erm, vocabulary.
Stupidity has a new face.
From my years of working with non-verbal children, it's fun to see how people that communicate in ASL have no concept of sarcasm or idioms.
For instance, the *makes wanking gesture* in English has a very different meaning than *makes wanking gesture* in ASL.
Example: "Oh boy, another Mario game that hasn't changed for over twenty-five years" *makes wanking gesture* means two very different things if you said that in English than if you signed that in ASL.
They absolutely have a concept of sarcasm and idiomatic language; they just have different idioms, since it's a different language.
You are completely correct, and my Spoken-English view of what an idiom and what sarcasm is completely tarnished my comment.
Yes, they have their own eccentric quirks in their language, but they are not on a level I can understand, much like how they can't understand ours. Like, when you say "Boy, it's raining cats and dogs outside," they'll berate you for the fact that no, there are actually no mammals falling from the sky.
If you look closely after the "wanking" sign (0:23), he also signs "vagina" (0:26), and then mimes some rubbing.
Are non-verbal children similar to deaf children?
Not really, non-verbal children I work with have low-functioning autism. So, they have other forms of communication, which usually are boards or books with pictures in them. The signing is usually done by me or other staff members to reinforce directions we say out loud.
Not to say they don't know ASL, we teach them how to sign for when they don't have communication books on hand, let's just say they are pretty lazy and rather drag you by the hand to show you what they want. Or cry, they like to do that also.
Some of the kids I've worked with, too, have physical disabilities that make it difficult or impossible for them to speak verbally, so they've grown up with ASL instead.
Toenails, the not understanding sarcasm and being painfully literal are classic signs of autism... and not asl.
As a child, I always paid attention to these guys more than the speaker when we would go to the Assembly Hall.
TOO FUCKING FUNNY
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|Billy the Poet |
"Smack it up, flip it, rub it down, OH NOOOOOOO!"
This right here is why POETV is the last man standing from the POE Network.
Putting the "A/S/L" in "ASL."
I think we should hire second guy to provide ASL transcription services for Lady music videos
|Big Muddy |
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