The Worlds Filthiest Joke Goes To Film

Posted in Other News on May, 15 2004 8:27 AM

SouthparkSome of the biggest stars in world comedy have worked together to put the world's filthiest joke to film.  The joke, known as the "Aristocrats" is one of the longest running in-jokes in the standup comedy industry, being passed amoungst comedians backstage for years.  The joke, which is not really funny (which is part of the joke - you see),  is about a family auditioning for a talent show using the most obscene behaviour possible.

Eddie Izzard, Billy Connolly, Chris Rock, Robin Williams and the makers of South Park are among the comedians who have recorded versions of the joke for the film which is to be shown at the Edinburgh Fringe later this year.

The project was organised by American stand-up Paul Provenza and magician Penn (who makes up the "Penn" half of "Penn and Teller").

Unfortunately the joke is too obscene to include in writing on Funny.co.uk - if we did our sponsors would probably withdraw our funding and we'd be forced to live on gruel for the rest of our lives while wearing student clothing.  However, we can give you a link to to the South Park version of the joke:

BE WARNED - THE FOLLOWING LINK CONTAINS VERY OFFENSIVE MATERIAL AND WILL BE FOUND OFFENSIVE BY PRETTY MUCH EVERYONE.  CONSIDER YOURSELF SUITABLY WARNED:


South Park - The Aristocrats

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