Just when the country needs it the most, South Park is there (see HILARIOUS: ‘South Park’ Blasts Colin Kaepernick with New ‘National Anthem’… and South Park Releases 20th Season with Anti-PC Trailer. And it’s Perfect…).
There was a lot from last night’s premier episode, but I think this bit was my favorite. Take it away, Eric Cartman…
“Just do woman’s comedy stuff…”
An internet troll is harassing girls by making degrading comments on our school message board. The girls are very upset, and many male students believe that it’s just because girls don’t have a sense of humor.
Just the other day in the hallway, I heard two male students saying how the new Ghostbusters sucked balls. I was shocked and appalled. It is time for us to all accept that girls are cool and women are funny.
Wendy, say something funny. Just do woman’s comedy stuff. You know, talk about how fat you are and how you want to have sex with guys, and say ‘my vagina’ a lot.
Okay, “talk about how fat you are” and “say ‘my vagina’ a lot”? How is that not dead on accurate for female comedians? We’re looking at you, Amy Schumer.
The girls went on to say that if all men aren’t upset about an internet troll, than all men are to blame…just because obviously. When in doubt, third-wave feminists blame the men folk. Specifically the white men folk. Advice to you men of the white racial persuasion? Identify as a girl. That seems to solve everything.
Trey and Matt also brought back the giant douche and the turd sandwich. Which, let’s be honest, how else do you describe 2016? I can’t think of a better way. Other ways, sure, but better? May go to is “The Emperor has no clothes, but he does have a penis. Let’s let him pee with little girls,” kind of thing. Turd sandwich is more concise.
Thank you South Park. Thanks for going where few entertainment shows are willing to go: truth.
Now if only we could make these times the stuff of parody, rather than reality (watch FLASHBACK: ‘Kids in the Hall’ Eerily Predicted Modern PC Outrage…). Ah. If wishes were horses we’d all have better stability. Or something.
Speaking of female comedians talking about their girl parts…