Cock & Balls

What you must do now, my cheeky little delights, is head to the Funny Or Die link below and proclaim how funny you find Cock & Balls, which is rapidly becoming the signature tune for the up-and-coming sketch show Splendid, for which I pen amusement. If it's found funny enough, we win a speedboat, or something.

Witness Cock & Balls here. As its title suggests, it ain't safe for work.

4 comments:

Belzecue said...

Jason, as a word wrangler I'm sure you know how stubborn Vagina can be. It's hard to find a good fit, vis-a-vis a lyric's rhyme, meter, and tempo. Sometimes you want to slip it on in there but you can't find a good opening. Let's face it: handling Vagina can get a bit hairy, even for the veteran wordsmith.

To assist those struggling to position their Vagina, here's the lyricist's shortlist for rhyming Vagina:

"coal miner"
"nothing finer"
"Gertrude Steiner"
"China"
"co-signer"

'Splendid' chose "There's nothing finer, to put in your--", and I think it's a perfectly splendid line.

SHEIKSPEAR said...

Dogs, er , Bollocks, really!

Voted for it - so can I have ride in the boat when you get it?

p.s. rhymer - er, there's one.

And "munching the love diner" "owned by a whiner"
"sold in Carolina" "drives a Morris Minor" - er, there's a couple more.

Don't forget to credit...
There said it.

Phill Barron said...

I know George Bernard Shaw had many, many problems with his vaginal rhymes. Presumably that's why he settled for 'minge' instead.

I voted.

Not telling you which way though.

Oli said...

Funny. But also, stuck in my bloody head now. Damn you.