From YouTube.com via Huffington Post
The Boston Globe's Wesley Morris can't say dick but he can say penis in his review of Andy Samberg's new movie, Stuntman comedy stints on story:
"Samberg, Taccone, and 'Hot Rod' director Akiva Schaffer are part of a short-filmmaking comedy trio called the Lonely Island, and Taccone and Schaffer also write for 'SNL.' Samberg starred in two of their heavily forwarded clips. The funnier and more popular of them, a song that first appeared last year on 'SNL,' deserves a spot on the Mount Rushmore of viral video. It has an unprintable title and, in the style of certain ludicrously explicit R&B songs from the early 1990s, offered instructions for how to gift-wrap your penis for the woman in your life."That's ironic.
And as always, Morris and the Globe can't take the time to link to Samberg's Dick in a Box video, instead making those who haven't seen it resort to using Google to find it. For those of you who want to see it, here you go:
YouTube Video: Dick in a Box.
Morris also thinks that Dick in a Box was "funnier and more popular" than the unnamed Lazy Sunday.
Dick in a Box shows up in the Videmeter Top 100 all time videos at #8 with 30,208,673 views.
Here's a link to Lonely Island too.
Chip Rowe writes, why I love cuss words:
My favorite example of prudery has to be when Men's Health — a magazine read entirely by people with penises — quoted Robin Williams explaining how to save a stand-up routine. If all else fails, he said, "go for the d—- joke." Can you believe that? A men's magazine afraid of the word dick.