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Stepkids In Love review | Channel 4 documentary

Published by jamdog on 10th July, 2005.

 Stepkids In Love review

Stepkids In Love

Channel 4

 

It’s been said that A man should try everything once – except incest and line dancing. You could possibly add watching Channel 4 documentaries to that list but you’d miss an awful lot of scandal.

All societies have taboos. Sex with children, desecrating corpses, blue socks with brown shoes – certain shit you just don’t do.

"a moving and intimate look at perverts perving over each other while reminiscing over the time dad took them to the zoo and how great it is to save money on birthday presents by having your sister and shagbag in one handy package."

And porking your sibling is pretty high on the "things not to do" list of life. But Channel 4, the friend of the sexual deviant, who last year broadcast the laughable let’s not judge bestiality documentary broadcast Stepkids in Love a moving and intimate look at perverts perving over each other while reminiscing over the time dad took them to the zoo and how great it is to save money on birthday presents by having your sister and shagbag in one handy package.

We hear how back in 1966, David and Jean’s parents placed a jokey newspaper ad, announcing the marriage of their son and daughter. Thirty-eight years later, they’re still going strong. Well, good for them.

This was sensitively handled although they clearly took a conscious decision to disregard the real reason these people were sleeping together. They are so fucking ugly nobody else will screw them.

One shoe-faced trollop deviant after another was wheeled out to give their tedious love story to the nodding dog producer who spoke to them as if they were normal human beings rather than the tawdry schleppers they plainly were.

Aerial Telly doesn’t make judgments on people’s sexuality – I gave that up a long time ago after watching a man sandpaper his bollocks then nail his scrotum to a board in a sex club in Berlin. Coincidentally, it was around that time I also gave up DIY.

However, it’s clear that these people are just dirty little feckers with nothing better to do than hump their half breeds in the hope of further debasing the gene pool with their mongrel DNA.

There is an argument that stepkids are not related by blood and therefore it’s not incest and not really controversial at all and that this was a fairly dreary documentary filled with fairly dreary people and that this is a review based on the programme I didn’t actually watch because I was out and that I don’t really know anything about them at all apart from how fucking ugly they looked on the trailers.

"Many of the great mythic relationships were incestuous. Oedipus and his mammy; Aaron and Miriam, the parents of Moses;
Nat and Georgia on Brookside…"

Aerial Telly will be treating this type of talk with the contempt it deserves. As bog-eyed fucknut Darcus Howe said "to answer such allegations is to be infected by them". And I ain’t trying to pick up no infection, nossir.

Still, If these people want fuck their ugly sisters let them get the hell up with it. It’s one less flagcracker in the club for you and me to have to push past to get to the attractive (and therefore worthwhile) women.

Many of the great mythic relationships were incestuous. Oedipus and his mammy; Aaron and Miriam, the parents of Moses;
Nat and Georgia on Brookside – great characters who said to hell with the consequences I’m not going without just because it’s an affront to God, humanity and morality.

Who are we to argue with such giants of antiquity?

The best thing about it: Laughing at the Squares

The worst thing about it: The thought of these ugly bleeders breeding.

The verdict on Stepkids In Love : A game for all the family.

Marks out of 10: 5

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