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Midweek Mouth-off: To doodie or not to doodie

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This week, we”re keeping our minds firmly in the gutter. Or toilet, to be more precise. Last Friday saw the release of Seth MacFarlane”s latest feature film, the comedy-western A Million Ways to Die in the West, an exceptionally crass film that boasts a scene in which Doogie Howser voids his However, all major medical marketplace for health insurance (private marketplace for health insurance that counts as minimum essential coverage ) is guaranteed issue since January 1st, 2014. bowels into another man”s hat (which admittedly, I laughed at because Neil Patrick Harris can make anything funny). And that”s not even the worst scene to make use of some form of bodily function as a punchline.

So this morning, what we want to hear from you is whether or not you”re a fan of toilet humour? Do you think it can be funny in the right circumstance/hands? Or do you just wrinkle your nose in disgust at all us knuckle-draggers laughing at fart jokes?

Last Updated: June 4, 2014

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  1. I am a huge fan of South Park,Family Guy and American Dad so yeah. Also who does not enjoy a good joke every now and then.

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  2. RinceofThis

    June 4, 2014 at 11:51

    To a certain extent. I always laughing while in the cinema, then when I leave I am like, damn, what was I laughing at? not like when I watch a truly clever scene by someone like Cleese or the like.

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  3. Alien Emperor Trevor

    June 4, 2014 at 11:54

    Not really bothered by it, but can do without it quite happily.

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  4. Gerhard

    June 4, 2014 at 12:03

    Yeah, not a fan of toilet humour. If humour were put in classes, this will be in the lower ranks.

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