Hardwick's essay considers scatological
comedy that rejoices in the faecal and other earthly, bodily functions.
But the scatological
humour of etchings like Doctrinaire Nourishment (1889)--showing in Ghent--owes more to the English satirical tradition of Gillray, Cruikshank and Rowlandson, with whom he felt a connection through his English father.
The court narrowed its ruling to apply only to the state's ban on religious messages, but said the state can still keep its ban on vanity plates that refer to scatological
subjects, genitalia, illicit drugs, racial epithets and other objectionable material.
Mr Henry also attempts to make a joke about the scatological
meaning of Ms Dikshit's name," the response states.
Burman to Anuradha Paudwal -- and their outdated, childish scatological
jokes, were a tad annoying.
The humour and questions are gleefully scatological
Wetlands is Roche's scatological
counterattack to our ultra-sanitized world.
Step Brothers is just as scatological
, messy and puerile as Anchorman and Talladega Nights, and will therefore delight audiences who lapped up Ferrell's buffoonery in those pictures.
The sexual and scatological
references are heavy-handed enough so that one often is tempted to ask, "What's the point of all of this?
So, there's this guy named Alien and apparently he's got some sort of scatological
But his graphic scatological
description of parents who allow their children to eat junk food is appalling.
Against a backdrop of tyre changes, daredevil overtaking manoeuvres and burnin' rubber, the screenwriters contrive a conventional tale of sporting triumph against the odds, souped-up with scatological
visual and verbal humour that should rev the engines of anyone who enjoyed their earlier film.
It's tricky because `Scoundrels' involves everything from bestiality to scatological
humor and all this stuff I'm trying to teach them not to do,'' says Butz, ``but I'm doing it every night on stage and calling it my job.
Shot as a sequence of actions, the ad shows otherwise innocent situations, such as someone spending a penny and a man laying a cable, all connected by a scatological
If Molly Ivins is paid for writing her articles for The Progressive, I would like to suggest that she use part of it to buy herself a thesaurus so that she might find words to express herself that are not scatological