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Long words and phrases like "gratuitous", "salacious" and "the glorification and glamorisation of murder.
Mr George, who founded and created the site, said: "There's been lots of speculation that some of these suicides could be related to the glamorisation of people having websites in the event of their suicide.
The British and Irish Dog Breeds Preservation Trust said the glamorisation of the event had led to the parading of dogs that were "all teeth and hair".
Mr Brake then went on to attack Jeremy Clarkson, presenter of Top Gear, saying: "His glamorisation of speed and power, and reckless approach to the environment, may amuse some but it frustrates me.
And I told him: 'Whether I'm comfortable or not, I'm going to do it, because I feel it's right for this, and I feel any glamorisation of it, with little bits of carefully placed sheets, would be completely wrong for a passionate affair of this kind'.
Dee, of Cwm y Glo, near Caernarfon, said last night: 'It is a very good sign that this sort of glamorisation of guns is not tolerated.
This glamorisation of firearms and violence is wrong and responsible citizens should not be encouraging it.
These days, because of increased pressure on youngsters, the changing role of young boys, the lack of proper mental health care, the internet glamorisation of self-inflicted death, and the throwaway nature of everything, life has, tragically, become as disposable as a five-year-old telly.
But this isn't another tiresome depiction of Glasgow's underworld or yet more glamorisation of gangland.
Tyneside folk have criticised the show for its damaging portrayal of life in the Toon, with alcohol campaigners also queuing up to slam the series for its glamorisation of binge drinking.
And while we may be less tolerant of smoking in everyday life, little has been done to address its glamorisation.