How About “Camel Toe Commotion” Instead?

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Breaking news from Russia, everyone.  Two members of the feminist punk band PUSSY RIOT have fled the country to escape arrest.   At first I thought they had arrested the band QUIET RIOT.  They are a bunch of pussies and so it could easily have been a mistake in the press.  But, no.  As I’m sure you know by now, the band made a number of performances protesting Vladimir Putin’s rule, which led to three members being arrested and given prison sentences of 2 years.  Here’s what I’ve learned as a result.

ONE:  The Russian court system moves quickly.   They were just arrested in March and are already in prison.  Those bastards don’t play over there.  Just a guess that there aren’t many television attorneys on Soviet daytime.

TWO:  Russian punk bands sure dress strangely.  If we had the American version of Pussy Riot, I’m thinking it would look like a band that had Fat Albert’s buddy Mushmouth, the wrestler Bane, and that dude who shows you how magicians pull off those illusions.

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To my knowledge, only Mushmouth has a musical background.  He played that crazy trombone-type of instrument made from pipe and a lamp shade.

 

THREE:  Something called a Pussy Riot exists.  Now even though I’m a self-taught gynecologist, I’m still not exactly sure how those things riot.  What are their demands?  Maybe it’s a term that refers to numerous pussies.  You know what I mean.  A group of ravens is called a “conspiracy”.  A group of fish is called a “school”.  So, maybe a “riot” refers to a group of pussies.

You know what?  I feel dirty just writing this.  Ugh….

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One response to “How About “Camel Toe Commotion” Instead?

  • Delvan's my hero

    I like the theory about a group of pussies being called a riot. I think that is one of those jokes where you can have people make suggestions about alternative punchlines. Also, check the news about the people from ‘Code Pink’ dressed as vaginas protesting the Republican convention.

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