Talk:Stupid B!tch!

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Psmith 05:27, 7 September 2007 (CDT)


If we're going to have a note about the funny noise (whether throat or bottom related, who knows? ...the fans are amused and commenting on it and humourous notes are not without precedent) then I'd prefer the one I put in originally rather than the current one... What do people think? Psmith 14:09, 7 September 2007 (CDT)

Watch his mouth and listen closely. It is definitely not him farting. Besides, the C's wouldn't miss something like that. It wouldn't make it into the video. C'mon now, it's preposterous. Chelseyrl 15:19, 7 September 2007 (CDT)
Freakin' A. Why are so many people immature!? First of all, why does his "fart" sound like his voice? Most peoples don't. Second, why would he move his mouth as he farts... in the middle of a sentence. And last, grow up. Even if he did, it wouldn't be humorous. For God's sake, I'm 13 and am more mature about stuff than some of the older people commenting on YouTube. Love, Randy (Say Wha'? | Whachu Doin'?) [Sept. 07, '07 - 8:19 PM, Central Daylight]
Now I know why JayHenry created Template:Humor. :) Psmith 02:20, 8 September 2007 (CDT)
It's not humorous. Not one bit. It's just immature. Chelseyrl 13:42, 8 September 2007 (CDT)
Agreed. Love, Randy (Say Wha'? | Whachu Doin'?) [Sept. 08, '07 - 2:57 PM, Central Daylight]
I'm an Englishman. Such jokes are considered part of our rich cultural heritage. Indeed, all Britons cultivate such humour as a mark of our Britishness and believe it to be our duty to pass on our instinct to laugh at even the merest insinuation of "toilet humour" to future generations. From the writings of Chaucer (the 14th century father of English literature) and Shakespeare (possibly the world's greatest ever writer) to writers such as Monty Python and Reeves & Mortimer in the 20th century, the fart joke is part of a long and distinguished tradition for me and millions of my fellow countrymen. I'm quite happy for you to remove the note altogether, but open your mind to the fact there are many other cultures that share this planet with different ideas as to what is mature and immature. For me, to be able to laugh at even the slimmest possibility of a fart is the hallmark of a highly mature civilisation developed over many centuries. Psmith 17:45, 8 September 2007 (CDT)
indeed. us englishmen hold the standing court of what is funny and what is not funny. if an englishman laughs, the joke is thus scientifically proven funny. if the englishman, the joke is thus marked as rubbish and deemed unlistenable. you americans need to get off your high horses and laugh a little bit... oh wait. that was a joke. sorry. carry on! platy sep 8, 2007
I agree with platy. I have also been astounded at the lack of a sense of humor in these forums. People banning other people for funny jokes and shit, and deletings, etc.. It sucks when you can't make one joke without conservative people running all over it! xwestsidex