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British gameshow pornography - VIDEO

by Jay Black, posted Jun 28th 2008 3:01PM
Ah, isn't the best porn FOUND porn?From 1986 through 2004, there was a popular English game show called Catch Phrase (we had a version in America, but like tea drinking and civility, we ditched it after only a very brief run). Here's how the bonus game on the show worked: nine blocks covered up a short video snippet. The blocks were removed randomly and the first contestant to correctly guess what phrase was being represented by the video won some British prize (like a top hat or a subcontinent or something).

In the following video, the randomized blocks' perfect placement over the animation combines with the dirty-minded twelve-year-old that lives inside all of us to hilarious effect. Every time a block is removed, the animation just looks more and more filthy. Even better is the reaction of the contestants and the host, who, about ten seconds in, decide to abandon any hope of getting through the animation without losing their minds with laughter. The video after the jump.

[Via DIGG]

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Black and Norton do vaudeville

by Adam Finley, posted Apr 15th 2007 9:02AM

sidesplittersNormally, any post I wrote up in reference to a video found on YouTube would include the video at the end of the post, but since we try to keep our content at least somewhat family safe, you'll have to check it out over at Dead Frog instead. In case I didn't make it clear, the video is definitely not safe for work.

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Hear a snippet from Joe Rogan's new comedy album

by Adam Finley, posted Apr 7th 2007 12:02PM

joe roganThis link is NOT SAFE FOR WORK. Notice I didn't use the standard internet abbreviation "NSFW," because I didn't want some benighted person in an office thinking, "'Not Suitable For Winger?' That has nothing to do with me, I was never in that band, and I don't even like the song 'Seventeen.' Everything about that acronym tells me to click that link."

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Happy Odd Couple Day!

by Bob Sassone, posted Nov 13th 2006 2:20PM

Klugman and Randall"On November 13, Felix Unger was asked to remove himself from his place of residence. That request came from his wife."

Happy Odd Couple Day! Today's the day Odd Couple fans can celebrate the 70s ABC sitcom. How to celebrate? Maybe if you're a really messy guy you can clean the entire apartment today. Vacuum all the rugs, scrub the shower, clean out the fridge and throw away all the old food. And if you're a really neat guy, maybe you can walk around in an old shirt, go one day without sweeping the kitchen floor, or drink beer and leave the cans on the coffee table.

The Odd Couple is one of the best sitcoms of all-time. Smart, well-written, great cast. Except for that odd first season where they had that different apartment and used more cameras and didn't have a studio audience. But after that it took off. Hey, is it even being shown anywhere nowadays? I'd love to watch it again.

[via TV Tattle]

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The Aristocrats makes its TV debut

by Adam Finley, posted Jul 21st 2006 2:33PM
aristocratsThat's The Aristocrats as in the movie from Paul Provenza and Penn Jillette, not The Aristocats, the Disney movie. One of those films is incredibly decadent and depraved, while the other is merely about the world's dirtiest joke. The joke has actually been around since vaudeville times, and it is not, in and of itself, a particularly funny joke, but it's definitely a fun joke to tell because it allows for the teller to embellish and stretch the joke out as long as they want. It's been a dirty little secret among comedians for ages. They sit around trying to come up with the grossest, raunchiest version of the gag they can think of, and the movie skips from one comedian to the next as they each put their own unique twist on it. The movie will make its TV debut on HBO this Wednesday, July 26, at 11 p.m.

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