The AudioVillains are back with episode 39! Our good friend Adam and my nephew Andrew join us once again for an excellent show filled with humor and adult content. If you’re ready to laugh then this is the episode for you. We start out by reflecting on how when you are in a hurry to use the bathroom that your body knows that you are close to the toilet. There is much more in this episode so listen and share folks! As always you can email the show at email@example.com.
Episode topics –
- Butt flaps
- Wendy’s Pretzel Burger
- Ben Affleck as Batman
- And more
You Might also like
By Ricardo — 4 years ago
Good morning everyone! The AudioVillains are back with another awesome episode! As always we practice the 3 A’s of podcasting: Adult Content, Adult Language and Awesomeness! In this episode, Ed and I chat about how kids can make you melt in their hands, burning (insulting) the cast of Friends and much more! This is also a pre-show to Ed heading out to Chicago to see Joe Rogan do stand-up. From what I hear it was an excellent show and he now has an official AudioVillains t-shirt. A special thanks goes out to Seth of Threadsy Tee. You did amazing work as usual and I recommend that everyone check out his work and like his Facebook page! As always you can email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org
Episode topics –
Post Views: 22
- Fooled by our kids
- Burning the cast of Friends
- Heart attack or indigestion
By Ricardo — 6 years ago
Earlier today I was watching “The Adventures of Ichabod Crane and Mr. Toad” when something struck me funny. In one part of the Ichabod Crane portion of the movie, there is a song that tells a few things about him.
Who’s the town’s ladies’ man?
Gets around like nobody can?
Has to be none other than
Ichabod, Ichabod Crane
Now as a kid, we don’t pay attention to everything that is being said in the song. I immediately began to laugh because of the adult humor that’s added in there. My sisters had previously mentioned this and I thought they were joking but sure enough the song in the movie tells about how Ichabod gets around. I sat back and thought about other cartoons and children’s movies in general that I grew up watching. Were there others out there that included adult humor that I didn’t get as a kid? Of course there was!
The first one that came to mind was Disney’s Pinocchio. The portion of the cartoon I want to reference is where the boys are hauled off to the island. All of these punk kids are taken to a place where they are given all kinds of food and at one point Pinocchio and his friend are smoking cigars and drinking beer. The horrifying part of all this is when they turn into donkey’s. As a kid you don’t understand why they are turning into donkey’s except for maybe the fact that they have misbehaved. Watching it as an adult you put two and two together and realize that turning into a donkey references the animals other name; Jackass. This is Disney’s way of humoring adults and passing the message that if you misbehave, smoke cigars, and drink beer you’re being a Jackass. The same goes for old Looney Tunes episodes because there would be times where characters would do something stupid and they would morph into a sucker and it would be labeled as such. There were also parts where a character would turn into a donkey and labeled, “Jackass”. It’s really funny if you think about it.
Cartoons seem to be laced with adult humor in order to keep parents content while sitting through entertainment targeted at their children. Another cartoon that comes to mind is Spongebob Squarepants. I can’t say that I have actually watched a full episode but a few years ago I was up late channel surfing. I stopped on Nickelodeon and there was an episode of Spongebob on. I left it on as background while I typed up a paper. I wasn’t paying too much attention to it but I looked up in time to catch some adult humor. I don’t remember what built up to the punchline but Spongebob says,
“Patrick! You’re genius is showing!”
Patrick, the dim-witted starfish friend, pulls on his shorts and looks down toward his crotch. I laughed at first and then realized why my wife didn’t want our son watching it. He was around four at the time and I know he would have never gotten the joke but I was surprised. And don’t get me wrong here. I’m all about adult humor and I have a great sense of humor, but the scene caught me off guard.
Another movie that cracks me up as an adult is Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory. I loved this movie growing up and I still do but the humor is so much better as an adult. Gene Wilder, who plays Willy Wonka, is excellent in this film. The way he pulls off his sarcasm is priceless. As a kid the jokes fall flat because you don’t get them. When a kid does something they were told not to do and Wonka throws out sarcasm one can only appreciate it as an adult. Think about all the scenes in the movie or watch it again for that matter. You will pay much more attention to the dialog and the adult humor within. One scene that makes me laugh out loud is where everyone is trying to find the tickets and there is a scientist who is introducing a super computer to some suits in a lab. The computer has the ability to tell them where the golden tickets are but this computer doesn’t want to help cheat in any way.
The end of the clip is awesome because as an adult you know exactly what the scientist is telling the computer it can do with a life-time supply of chocolate. I mean, the look on his face tells it all. It’s stuff like this that cracks me up over and over. I missed so much as a kid when I was watching these movies and cartoons. There are two parts to every kid friendly movie/cartoon. There’s the fantasy that relates to children and then there’s the portions soaked in adult humor. I may have to re-watch everything from my childhood for the hidden grown up humor. There has to be a lot more out there that I have not seen yet. If you can think of any let me know. I’m always up for a good laugh. Cheers!Post Views: 30
By Ricardo — 6 years ago
Before my complete addiction to electronics there were the small things in life. Smartphones had not exploded in popularity and the Internet was most likely a working idea. The only real addiction I had at the time were with video games but that was nothing compared to our need to stay connected these days. Back then I remember having my needs met with a simple Big Stuf Oreo cookie. I don’t see them around much anymore but when they first came out they were awesome! The package consisted of one large Oreo and it was definitely enough for one large glass of milk. It’s funny how something as little as a cookie can bring such joy. Other things that I remember include Clearly Canadian drinks, The Bud Bowl, Air Jordans, Reebok Pumps, and Crystal Pepsi.
I remember going to the local grocery store and begging for a bottle of Strawberry Clearly Canadian. My parents would always tell me that I didn’t need it but once and a while they would give in and I jumped at the chance to have some Canadian goodness. Thinking back on it I can still taste that cool refreshing strawberry flavor. Although Clearly Canadian was my drink back then it died out with the introduction of Snapple. Strawberry-Kiwi was the next big thing for me and I had to make a choice. Next on my list of small things are Air Jordans and Reebok Pumps. Now, I had a pair of each but unlike some people I had to wait to get them at Christmas time. I remember feeling like a king with my Jordans on. They were flashy, cool, and they were not all that comfortable but I still had them so I wasn’t going to moan about it. As for the Reebok’s they were cool because, well, they had a pump built into the tongue of the shoe and shaped like a basketball. It sounds stupid but they were the stuff back then. Both pairs cost about $120 or more for each but if you had them you were showered with, “Oooo’s, and Ahhhh’s.”
The last two are mentioned for their odd yet funny aspects. The Bud Bowl played back when I was growing up and it was during the commercial breaks of the Super Bowl. I remember watching the bottles of Bud Light and Budweiser playing football and thinking, “Won’t they break if they tackle each other?” Bottle are glass so it was a valid question. Back then I didn’t know what it was all about though. I remember seeing my dad drink but I wasn’t fully aware of what beer was. I just knew that I couldn’t drink it until I was older…well…at 16 years old was older because curiosity got the best of me and it wasn’t any of the participants of The Bud Bowl either. Nope, it was the team that would have never made it to the bowl. It was Old Milwaukee. Yeah…not a good one to fulfill my curiosity but either way, I remember The Bud Bowl and wish they would bring it back. Last but not least is Crystal Pepsi. This can still be purchased on eBay and maybe Amazon but it’s not sold in stores. I don’t know if this was supposed to be Pepsi’s answer to Sprite but it blew. I remember it was very sweet and it seemed like they were trying to market carbonated syrup. It looked cool but that’s all it did. In the end, the product was pulled and the consumers were left with a bad after taste.
These are just a few of the small things that I remember before my addiction to electronics. I am no longer glued to the television like I was back then. The products of old are either discontinued or they are a lot more expensive now. It’s all family and my addiction to electronics. What products from your youth do you remember? Which ones do you wish would make a come back?Post Views: 28