Plural of "Pornality" (see definition).
Pornalities are words or expressions formed by fusing an older saying (usually trite or banal) with a new element to form a new meaning, usually more risque or graphic:
With simple juxtaposition: "What can I do for you?" becomes, "What can I do you for?"
Fusion (sometimes called portmanteau) of two words:
TV's Bart Simpson fused CRAP + FANTASTIC and got CRAPTASTIC.
Said the hooker to the john: "It's a business doing pleasure with you."
Said the john: "And I love the fact that you observe all the Pornalities."
“PORNALITY” comes from PORN + BANALITY, a misheard or misunderstood (if clichéd) expression that takes on a more graphic or sexualized meaning:
HARD-AND-FAST solution becomes “HARDEN-FAST” SOLUTION;
NO-HOLDS-BARRED (wrestling) becomes “NO HOLES BARRED” (stick it anywhere!);
NIP IT IN THE BUD becomes “NIP IT IN THE BUTT";
and, a pornality deliberately scripted for television:
CORNISH GAME HEN became "CORNISH GAY MEN" as mishead by Dick Solomon (John Lithgow) on NBC-TV's "Third Rock from the Sun" (1996-2001).
"Man, you got a buttload of mail."
"Don't you mean 'boatload'? "Buttload" is a pornality."
"I was gonna say 'shitload'."
"Point well taken."