Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Can I borrow a piece of printer paper?

What are you talking about?  Toilet humor?
I didn't know toilet humor had such a deep definition.  And Nam-i Kemal jokes are new to me.  You can be assured that this half of we won't be trying to draw up phallic exaggeration jokes in Snarky.

"The term off-color humor (also known as vulgar humor or crude humor) is an Americanism used to describe jokes, prose, poems, black comedy, blue comedy, insult comedy, cringe comedy and skits that deal with topics that are considered to be in poor taste or overly vulgar by the prevailing morality of a culture. Most commonly labeled as "off-color" are acts concerned with sex, a particular ethnic group, or gender. Other off-color topics include violence, particularly domestic abuse; excessive swearing or profanity; "toilet humor"; national superiority or inferiority, dead baby jokes, pedophilic content, and any other topics generally considered impolite or indecent. Generally, the point of off-color humor is to induce laughter by evoking a feeling of shock and surprise in the comedian's audience. In this way, off-color humor is related to other forms of postmodern humor, such as the anti-joke."

Title: Can I borrow a piece of printer paper?
Snarky:  What are you talking about?  Toilet humor?

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