George Carlin

George Carlin passed away at 71. These are part of 2 of my favorite rants.

Meatcake

Perhaps the worst thing that can happen is to reach into the refrigerator and come out with something that you cannot identify at all. You literally do not know what it is. Could be meat, could be cake. Usually, at a time like that, I’ll bluff. “Honey, is this good?” “Well, what is it?” “I don’t know. I’ve never seen anything like it. It looks like…meatcake!” “Well, smell it.” (snort, sniff) “It has absolutely no smell whatsoever!” “It’s good! Put it back! Somebody is saving it. It’ll turn up in something.” Thats what frightens me. That someone will consider it a challenge and use it just because it’s in there.

The 7 words you can’t say on TV
There are 400,000 words in the English language and there are 7
of them you can’t say on television. What a ratio that is.
399,993 to 7. They must really be bad. They’d have to be outrageous
to be seperated from a group that large. All of you over here,you 7,
Bad Words. That’s what they told us they were, remember?
“That’s a bad word!” No bad words, bad thoughts, bad intentions,
and words. You know the 7, don’t you, that you can’t say on television?
“Shit, Piss, Fuck, Cunt, CockSucker, MotherFucker, and Tits”
Those are the heavy seven. Those are the ones that’ll infect your soul,
curve your spine, and keep the country from winning the war.
“Shit, Piss, Fuck, Cunt, CockSucker, MotherFucker, and Tits”
Wow! …and Tits doesn’t even belong on the list. That is such a friendly
sounding word. It sounds like a nickname, right? “Hey, Tits, come here,
man.

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4 thoughts on “George Carlin

  1. “Tits,” eh? It’s hard to believe that one was ever not allowed.

    I was watching Graham Norton last night and heard “shit,” (of course it’s BBC America.) “Fucked” was bleeped for American audiences — but I know it went through on the British side of the ocean.

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