A Hilarious Bathroom Poster With Jeff Goldblum

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There’s a great story behind this hilarious poster, or at least the way I got a picture of it. Well, the story isn’t really tell-able in this format, so let me just share a few words.

One weekend during my sophomore year of college a few friends and I drove from Philadelphia to the University of Virginia to hang out with some friends down there. Well, it was a wild and nutty weekend for a whole host of reasons, but the only picture I snapped (probably good for legal reasons) was of this poster which sits right across from the toilet in my friends’ bathroom.

As you can see, it’s a giant poster of Jeff Goldblum staring at you and revealing the disturbing truth that “Jeff Goldblum is watching you poop.”

What a great weekend.

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P.S. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!! (It’s my birthday)

Mr. Garrison’s Dad Finally Molests Him As the Boys Make the Country Shit Its Pants in South Park Episode 317, “The Brown Noise”

This is a very silly episode. The entire third grade has to go to Arkansas where Yoko Ono is conducting a recorder concert for a gazillion third graders playing My Country Tis of Thee. Cartman and Kenny happen to be searching for what is called the Brown Noise, a musical note that when played, makes all those listening shit their pants.

When some third graders from New York call the boys uncool and tell them they don’t know what a queef is, the boys decide to change the New Yorker’s music to end with the brown noise so that they shit themselves in front of everyone. When that music is accidentally copied and given to the rest of the children, millions of third graders play the brown noise simultaneously with the entire country watching and no one’s pants are left clean. It is a shitting of epic propotions.

In the meantime, Mr. Garrison has struggled with this trip because his parents are from Arkansas and alas, he is distressed because his father never molested him. By the end of the episode, Mr. Garrison feels much better because his dad agrees to do so, though he actually pays Kenny G to go in there and do it for him.

So, Mr. Garrison trying to get parental molestation and the entire country shitting its pants. Pretty funny South Park if you ask me.

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Mr. Hankey and the Sundance Film Festival Come to South Park in episode 209, “Chef’s Salty Chocolate Balls”

Mr. Hankey arrives in a non-Christmas episode. What a delightful treat! When Hollywood brings it’s healthy-eating, high-falooting doogooderie fest to South Park in the form of the Sundance Film Festival, it’s determined to ruin the charming quality of this small town and force it to be just like miserable Los Angeles.

Moreover, all the unfortunate poop that results from such obnoxious diets destroys Mr. Hankey’s ecosystem (and South Park in the meantime) and so Mr. Hankey comes to the surface, sick and in need of people to leave. He says:

“Film festivals shouldn’t be about what celebrities are coming or what film is going to get shown. It should be about people getting together and watching movies, and about people who can never get their movies seen having the chance to have it watched, if only once. A good film festival should be something where we all say, ‘Ah let’s forget about lawyers and agents and studios and celebrities. Let’s forget all those things for just a while and just watch some new art.’”

Then he destroys everyone with a storm of poop Fantasia style.

Some of you may know that my criteria for rating movies is actually with the number of Chocolate Salty Balls I award them – obviously a method inspired by this episode.

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Hilarious Motivational Posters about Christmas, Cops, the Navy and Beer

It’s that time of the week again and so here are some great new motivational posters to keep you laughing:

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The 9/11 Conspiracy is Finally Revealed in “Mystery of the Urinal Deuce,” South Park episode 1009

A lot of people think that 9/11 was not a simple terrorist masterminded plot, but a far more elaborate conspiracy, the extent of which nobody really knows. Personally, I’ve watched Loose Change, a movie about one of these conspiracy theories, and though creepy, I could have used some concrete factual confirmation to support the string of “evidence.” In fact, I felt pretty similarly to the way I did when watching Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth.

In any case, this episode mocks those who think that 9/11 was a conspiracy that had anything to do with our government and tries to make them feel foolish, petty and unpatriotic. I can’t say that it’s my favorite episode, but it certainly is making a point. What’s great is Mr. Mackey’s many names for poop since the whole thing starts as a search for who went number 2 in the urinal.

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Emmy-Award Winning South Park Gives Us “More Crap,” Episode 1109

This is a great episode – and not just because it’s about poop. It’s a great episode because it so accurately and tastefully depicts South Park‘s attitude towards the Emmys and the celebrity driven Hollywood culture that Matt Stone and Trey Parker despise.

One year they went to the Emmys in dresses and on acid. Though it sounds like fun, they vowed never to do that again.

South Park has won two Emmys and a Peabody Award (the latter is far more distinguished despite being less known), but the show’s response to the Emmy win was to do an entire episode about the world’s biggest piece of crap, continually flash their Emmy winner status on the bottom as they depicted this constant crapping and then jam the Emmy in the biggest piece of crap at the end of the episode – a critique both about their show and the Emmys.

This episode is disgusting and funny and in the meantime makes an amazing point. Also, it makes fun of Bono for being douchey.

Did you like it? What do you think of the Emmys? Does South Park deserve them?

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