Amount of texts to »pleasure« 27, and there are 27 texts (100.00%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 221 Characters
Average Rating 4.037 points, 4 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 26th 2000, 08:24:47 wrote
sara the mac about pleasure
Latest text on Jun 8th 2008, 10:44:54 wrote
Joo about pleasure
Some texts that have not been rated at all
(overall: 4)

on Oct 20th 2006, 15:44:31 wrote
vinod about pleasure

on Feb 20th 2004, 17:41:30 wrote
steffen about pleasure

on Jun 8th 2005, 16:31:59 wrote
quart about pleasure

Random associativity, rated above-average positively

Texts to »Pleasure«

^116 wrote on Jul 27th 2001, 02:52:29 about


Rating: 22 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

Do you know the 116 paths to pleasure?


Mazzy wrote on Sep 8th 2000, 16:50:25 about


Rating: 22 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

It gives me no pleasure to keep receiving these rating points. As fast as I spend them more are offered and I feel obliged to accept. There's no joy in it, simply a compulsion to accept a gift and find something for which to use it. They continue to accumulate and all I can hope is that in 30 days I will be free of them all.

sara the mac wrote on Apr 26th 2000, 08:24:47 about


Rating: 20 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

the pleasure of good company is priceless.

the pleasures of the flesh, likewise.

the very word sounds like sinking into crushed velvet.

rimmer wrote on Apr 23rd 2001, 03:50:06 about


Rating: 12 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

There's a fine line between pleasure and pain.

150 ml odol wrote on Apr 26th 2000, 14:05:32 about


Rating: 5 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

Is reality obsolete? From low-tech function like body piercing and artificially-stocked fishing pools, to the latest in bionics and VR gaming, Iara Lee's cyber-age intellectual survey – call it a *.DOCumentary – downloads a Future Shockful of data and defines the parameters of advanced technologies that delete nature and reprogram mankind. Cryonics defy death; the Internet exists outside time and space; smart drugs and surgery upgrade the mind and body. But are we headed
toward human optimization, or system crash? Timothy Leary, RU Sirius, Lisa Palac, John Barlow and others offer sound bytes against a mesmerizing screen display of cutting edge computer-graphics and archival clips. Exhilarating and disturbing, Synthetic Pleasures raises issues nobody today can afford to abort /retry / ignore.

Some random keywords

Created on Apr 13th 2001, 19:30:36 by first horseman, contains 13 texts

Created on Mar 25th 2001, 08:35:29 by the old pirate, contains 5 texts

Created on Nov 28th 2004, 02:53:51 by Jefe, contains 9 texts

Created on Sep 26th 2001, 11:25:50 by hei+co, contains 2 texts

Created on Jan 27th 2009, 19:18:14 by el cojones, contains 1 texts

Some random keywords in the german Blaster

Created on Mar 24th 2003, 18:54:30 by Bwana Honolulu, contains 7 texts

Created on Jan 9th 2001, 13:53:03 by Blödman(n), contains 35 texts

Created on Aug 25th 2001, 17:21:48 by Mcnep, contains 6 texts

Created on May 11th 2003, 01:04:24 by Kelchvermutung, contains 3 texts

Created on Apr 7th 1999, 17:33:19 by zx6, contains 84 texts

Created on May 18th 2003, 14:25:02 by E256 Sagesätze, contains 8 texts

Created on Aug 23rd 2005, 18:42:48 by mcnep, contains 8 texts

The Assoziations-Blaster is a project by Assoziations-Blaster-Team | Deutsche Statistik | 0.0071 Sec. Ugly smelling email spammers: eat this!