There are some things in nature like
giraffes when they're having sex that are so funny, it's plain
to see.
Some people take offence but my friend Darwin
agrees with me that god has no might
and science is right.
And we're supposedly on top of the evolutionary scale
most things seem to have them from an insect to a whale.
Genitals are funny, they're so funny.
Some people of the moral christian right
they fail to see the joke when adam and eve
removed their fig leaves.
The holocaust would have turned out incredibly
differently if on that dark night Hitler was
pantsed on sight.
And if you can't understand or read the humour in
what I just wrote why don't you take a long hard look
at some testes or a scrote (um)
Genitals are funny, they're so funny.
[Middle bit]
Some folk amusement from the telling
of sexest jokes, they think they're a clown
while they put people down.
Why is it that what we're born with is perceived
as awfully crude, would anything be rude if
we were always nude.
It's the great equaliser, it renders us the same
and there's nothing quite as humorous as
pushing up the brain.
Genitals are funny, they're so funny

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    you've gotta admit... they have a point.
    NihilisticFerreton April 17, 2002   Link
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    They do.
    PTW Convergeon July 18, 2002   Link
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    yeah they got a point. everyone should go naked, except when its that time of the month. holy DOG dont wanna see that, but genitals are funny and genital is a funny word.
    scream_like_conoron August 07, 2002   Link
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    i am sure i am not the only one to sit home on a weekend night and laugh at my genitals......they're so funny!
    bodahon August 12, 2002   Link
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    me gusta genitalia
    Godless Dunceon April 29, 2003   Link
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    they are funny
    J0K3Ron February 12, 2006   Link
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    yes, yes they are as are frenzal and they also make a good point about not being sexist i'm looking at u scream_like_conor u sexist fuck!
    Dressed2Depresson February 27, 2006   Link
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    russell crowe can shove a pineapple up his ass.
    jesushasabeard03on May 24, 2006   Link
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    lol, worlds worst solo, hilarious
    J0K3Ron June 05, 2007   Link
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    as if. better then a 20 minute led zeppelin solo, atleast i can stay awake through it. haha doesnt he play the start to sweet child of mine by GNR
    petetheeliteon June 07, 2007   Link

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