History Main / AssShove

29th May '17 5:54:34 AM Morgenthaler
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* Tae-goo, the "Weird", kills two people this way in the Korean film ''Film/TheGoodTheBadTheWeird''. When the [[ImperialJapan Japanese soldiers]] find the bodies, they think he's a pervert.

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* Tae-goo, the "Weird", kills two people this way in the Korean film ''Film/TheGoodTheBadTheWeird''. When the [[ImperialJapan [[UsefulNotes/ImperialJapan Japanese soldiers]] find the bodies, they think he's a pervert.
27th May '17 4:35:46 PM ChaoticNovelist
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** Not just that--at the start of the movie, he makes a similar threat against a whole car full of Hispanic gang members, ending in this gem:

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** Not just that--at At the start of the movie, he makes a similar this threat against a whole car full of Hispanic gang members, ending in this gem:
15th May '17 3:29:03 PM AthenaBlue
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* Justified in ''Series/AllCreaturesGreatAndSmall'', since veterinarians sometimes must insert one arm into a cow's rectum to feel for problems with a calf or to guide something they're doing in the uterus.
** In one story, James is routinely taking a cow's temperature and the thermometer suddenly disappears inside her, so he has to get soaped up and go digging for it. This is why, before the advent of digital thermometers, one ''always'' tied a string to the non-business end of one's thermometer. Those who still use glass thermometers ''still'' do this.



** The Den-O/Decade movie, which is directly related to the events above, features Momotaros stranded in the past. Several villagers mistake him for the oni they were fighting, and Momo winds up getting an arrow right on the, uh...yeah.

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** The Den-O/Decade movie, which is directly related to the events above, features Momotaros stranded in the past. Several villagers mistake him for the oni they were fighting, and Momo winds up getting an arrow right on the, uh...yeah. yeah.
* In the Australian television show ''Lawrence Leung's Unbelievable'', Lawrence received a colonoscopy ForScience! and [[ItMakesSenseInContext in the name of interplanetary communications]]. It was only afterwards that someone told him he wouldn't see results for about two hundred years.
* In one episode of ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle'', Francis gets into an argument with his friends on whether his body can hold 100 marshmallows. Francis proceeds to eat a hundred to prove himself right . . . by 96, he's lying moaning on the floor. One of his friends points out: "We never said he had to ''eat'' them - they just have to be ''inside his body.''" At which point Francis grabs the last four and swallows them.



* In the last episode of the fourth series of ''Series/{{Misfits}}'', one of the sins to which Rudy [[{{Confessional}} confesses]] involves inserting a large Mars bar into his arse.
** In the Vegas special, Nathan teleported a casino chip up Marnie's vagina and later pulls a rabbit out of his ass using his RealityWarper powers.



* Defied in the ''Series/{{NCIS}}'' episode "Chained". Tony refuses to let Abby plant a tracking device up his butt.



* In ''Series/RobotWars'', due to Matilda's design incorporating what is effectively a bare bottom, she has become victim to the robotic version of this on a few occasions, especially from Razer's pincer.



* In the first episode of the third season of ''Series/{{Shameless}}'', Frank wakes up in Mexico without any identification. He puts cocaine up his butt and smuggles it across the border in exchange for a fake ID.
* ''Series/StillGame'' has Creator/Craiglang's resident war veteran, Shug, describing some of his adventures as a communications officer with the Commandos as he fixes Jack & Victor's answering machine. Actually, a subversion.
-->'''Shug''': Ye see, ye would think that this (*holds up very small tape) wid be the smallest tape ye could get. Not so! Durin' the war we were issued wi' smaller ones tae take tae the Resistance--when ye were crossing borders ye' had tae secrete them aboot yer person. D'ye ken where I kept mine?\\
'''Victor''': ''(Looking bored and smug)'' Let me guess Shug, up yer arse?\\
'''Shug''': Naw Victor. That would be the first place they'd look. I tucked them intae my bell-end.



* ''Series/StillGame'' has Craiglang's resident war veteran, Shug, describing some of his adventures as a communications officer with the Commandos as he fixes Jack & Victor's answering machine. Actually, a subversion.
-->'''Shug''': Ye see, ye would think that this (*holds up very small tape) wid be the smallest tape ye could get. Not so! Durin' the war we were issued wi' smaller ones tae take tae the Resistance--when ye were crossing borders ye' had tae secrete them aboot yer person. D'ye ken where I kept mine?
-->'''Victor''': (*Looking bored and smug) Let me guess Shug, up yer arse?
-->'''Shug''': Naw Victor. That would be the first place they'd look. I tucked them intae my bell-end.



* ''TopGear'': Jeremy Clarkson claimed to have been [[BlackComedyRape rectally violated]] by the gearstick of his truck in the Season 12 lorries challenge.

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* ''TopGear'': ''Series/TopGear'': Jeremy Clarkson claimed to have been [[BlackComedyRape rectally violated]] by the gearstick of his truck in the Season 12 lorries challenge.



* An episode of Vanguard on Prison Contraband documented the things that prisoners snuck into prison and how they snuck them in. This included "keistering".

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* An episode of Vanguard ''Vanguard'' on Prison Contraband documented the things that prisoners snuck into prison and how they snuck them in. This included "keistering".



* In ''RobotWars'', due to Matilda's design incorporating what is effectively a bare bottom, she has become victim to the robotic version of this on a few occasions, especially from Razer's pincer.
* Justified in Series/AllCreaturesGreatAndSmall, since veterinarians sometimes must insert one arm into a cow's rectum to feel for problems with a calf or to guide something they're doing in the uterus.
** In one story, James is routinely taking a cow's temperature and the thermometer suddenly disappears inside her, so he has to get soaped up and go digging for it. This is why, before the advent of digital thermometers, one ''always'' tied a string to the non-business end of one's thermometer. Those who still use glass thermometers ''still'' do this.
* In the last episode of the fourth series of ''Series/{{Misfits}}'', one of the sins to which Rudy [[{{Confessional}} confesses]] involves inserting a large Mars bar into his arse.
** In the Vegas special, Nathan teleported a casino chip up Marnie's vagina and later pulls a rabbit out of his ass using his RealityWarper powers.
* In the first episode of the third season of ''Series/{{Shameless}}'', Frank wakes up in Mexico without any identification. He puts cocain up his butt and smuggles it across the border in exchange for a fake ID.
* Defied in the ''Series/{{NCIS}}'' episode "Chained". Tony refuses to let Abby plant a tracking device up his butt.
* In the Australian television show Lawrence Leung's Unbelievable, Lawrence recieved a colonoscopy ForScience! and [[{{ItMakesSenseInContext}} in the name of interplanetary communications]]. It was only afterwards that someone told him he wouldn't see results for about two hundred years.
* In one episode of ''MalcolmInTheMiddle'', Francis gets into an argument with his friends on whether his body can hold 100 marshmallows. Francis proceeds to eat a hundred to prove himself right . . . by 96, he's lying moaning on the floor. One of his friends points out: "We never said he had to ''eat'' them - they just have to be ''inside his body.''" At which point Francis grabs the last four and swallows them.
15th May '17 3:24:52 PM AthenaBlue
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* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "Bad Wolf", after being hit by the [[TheNudifier defabricator ray]], Captain Jack produces a small foldable gun out of nowhere while completely naked.

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'': In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E12BadWolf "Bad Wolf", Wolf"]], after being hit by the [[TheNudifier defabricator ray]], Captain Jack produces a small foldable gun out of nowhere while completely naked.
14th May '17 10:03:12 AM kikiandlala
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* In Michael Shea's ''The Extra'', one of the main characters hides a 20 gauge mini-shotgun and ammo in her rectum and vagina when she goes to take part in a movie shoot (in the future, movie shoots involve extras fighting for their lives against animatronic monsters). A sympathetic make-up artist could tell by her walk that she's keistering something. Instead of snitching, he tells her a location where she can safely take out the gun and gives her a fanny pack to store the ammo.
14th Apr '17 9:35:01 AM Tsukiyomaru0
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* ''Videogame/SaltAndSanctuary'': Sometimes you may end up behind a Split Swordsman who has fallen to his knee after being parried, and the result of a backstab can be this.
12th Apr '17 10:55:55 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* During the [[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball Copa América 2015]]'s Chile/Uruguay match, Chilean player Gonzalo Jara pulled this on Uruguayan player Edinson Cabani. This started a HUGE fight and got Cabani kicked out, and since the referee didn't see the initial incident directly [[KarmaHoudini Jara got away with it]]. ([[LaserGuidedKarma By that moment]], he later was officially denounced by the Uruguayan Football Association, and the people at his German club weren't happy either). Naturally, Jara became a MemeticMolester on the Internet for this.

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* During the [[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball Copa América 2015]]'s Chile/Uruguay match, Chilean player Gonzalo Jara pulled this on Uruguayan player Edinson Cabani. This started a HUGE fight and got Cabani kicked out, and since the referee didn't see the initial incident directly [[KarmaHoudini Jara got away with it]]. ([[LaserGuidedKarma By that moment]], he later was officially denounced by the Uruguayan Football Association, and the people at his German club weren't happy either). Naturally, Jara became a mix of FountainOfMemes and MemeticMolester on the Chilean side of the Internet for this.this, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ni6YeKlKIZk including a rather hilarious cumbia song dedicated to him]].
29th Mar '17 1:18:52 PM Vorhias
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** The episode "The Deep South": Professor Farnsworth presents Fry with an egg-sized pill.
-->'''Fry:''' Are you crazy? I can't swallow that!\\
'''Farnsworth:''' Well, then, [[CatchPhrase good news!]] It's a suppository!

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** The episode "The Deep South": Professor Farnsworth presents Fry with an enormous egg-sized pill.
-->'''Fry:''' Are you crazy? I can't swallow that!\\
'''Farnsworth:''' Well, then, [[CatchPhrase good Good news!]] It's a suppository!


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*** And referenced later still, when the crew is introduced to a more efficient nose-plug-based method of breathing underwater:
-->'''Farnsworth:''' This is unconfortable and humiliating! Now, if they could put it the form of a suppository...
25th Mar '17 6:13:22 PM Seanette
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* In ''Webcomic/KevinAndKell'', two poachers make the mistake of going after a rhino who not only has his gardening teammates (including one fox/wolf cross) backing him up, but who is dating a lioness. [[http://kevinandkell.com/2016/kk1214.html They wind up atop two Christmas trees]] in an apparent reference to the tree joke above.
22nd Mar '17 3:22:39 AM Rotpar
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* In ''{{Literature/Papillon}}'', this is critical survival tactic. Shoving a small metal cylinder full of money, called a ''plan'', up the rectum and using the cash to buy supplies or make bribes.
* In ''{{Literature/Banco}}'', the sequel to ''Papillon'', it's revealed that Papillon held onto his ''plan''; the metal tube used to hide money and valuables up his ass, after his release from prison. Even on the outside it was a good way to protect his cash and he had gotten used to it after fourteen years, he wasn't bothered by keeping it another year or two while he funds his revenge.
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