->''"[[NeverSayDie It's not pining, it's passed on!]] This parrot is no more! It has ''ceased'' to ''be''! It's expired and gone to meet its maker! [[PunctuatedForEmphasis This. Is a]] ''[[PunctuatedForEmphasis late. Parrot]]''! It's a ''stiff''! Bereft of life, it rests in peace, if you hadn't nailed it to the perch it would be pushing up the daisies! ''It's rung down the curtain and joined the choir invisible!'' '''This! Is an EX! PARROT!"'''
-->-- '''Mr. Praline''', ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'', [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npjOSLCR2hE The Parrot Sketch]]

When someone lets off a string of euphemisms, synonyms, and/or translations from other languages to emphasize a point.

A subtrope of RapidFireComedy. Often use to mock and/or subvert NeverSayDie. Similar to HurricaneOfPuns. Compare FreudianSlipperySlope. Contrast ClusterFBomb. See also ClicheStorm.
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[[folder:Advertising]]
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEERynU6cOI This advert]] gives us a hurricane of {{Visual Pun}}s... it may take a while for the penny to drop. (It's for [[spoiler:Charmin toilet paper]].)
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[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* ''Manga/FutariEcchi'':
--> "What's a blow job?"\\
"That's... fellatio... fella-chan?... lip service..."\\
"Lick-suck... flute play... chirp-chirp-lick-lick..."\\
"Stop it!"
** (also... ''fella-chan''?)
*** ([[AGoodNameForARockBand Great porn star name]])
** The real beauty of that is that the usual onomatopoeia for "chirp chirp" in Japanese is "chin-chin", which doubles as a childish way to say "penis".
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[[folder:Comic Books]]
* Zodon from ''PS238'' does this a fair bit... or would, if that [[RestrainingBolt "Barry Ween" chip]] didn't translate all his swearwords into non-offensive terms, and actual hurricanes into excerpts from show tunes.
* In ''TheSavageDragon'', when Super Tough[[note]]based on Nick Fury[=/=]Captain America[=/=]Batman[[/note]], after years of being TrappedInAnotherWorld, reunites with his former sidekick Mace AKA Young Tough[[note]]based on Bucky[=/=]Robin[[/note]], they greet each other with a passionate kiss, prompting NobleBigotWithABadge Howard Niseman to spend the whole rest of the scene in the background muttering euphemisms for "gay".
* Captain Haddock of ''Franchise/{{Tintin}}'' loves to hurl hurricanes of obscure euphemisms at his enemies.
** This was originally to please the MoralGuardians, as Hergé couldn't have his character using foul language in a comic read by children. Then it became a definite quirk of the personage.
** All of Haddock's curses can be found [[http://www.tintinologist.org/guides/lists/curses.html here]], in alphabetical order.
* In the thirteenth ''{{Valhalla}}'' album, when Loki upon finding himself in the underworld tries to ask Hel if he's really dead or not, he uses every every possible euphemism for "death," only to have her completely misunderstand them all, until he breaks down and screams the real word. Translated and paraphrased:
-->'''Loki:''' What brings me here... to the kingdom of the dead... ''ulp!'' Does this mean I have... passed away?\\
'''Hel:''' Away? You're right here.\\
'''Loki:''' Have I found my peace?\\
'''Hel:''' You don't look very peaceful.\\
'''Loki:''' Ceased to breathe?\\
'''Hel:''' Doesn't sound like it.\\
'''Loki:''' Kicked the bucket?\\
'''Hel:''' What bucket?\\
'''Loki:''' Danced the last dance... perished... pushing up the daisies... snuffed out... croaked... '''''Am I DEAD, damn it?!'''''
** [[spoiler:He isn't, he's just dreaming.]]
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[[folder:Film]]
* ''Film/MontyPythonsLifeOfBrian'' has a delightful scene wherein, upon finding out that his father was a Roman, making him one[[labelnote:although...]] According to the Torah, race and religion are inherited through the mother, so he'd still be Jewish[[/labelnote]], Brian spews out a series of racist synonyms for "Jew" while arguing that he [[CrowningMomentOfFunny is one.]]
-->"I'm not a roman mum, I'm a kite, a yid, a heebie, a hook-nose, I'm kosher mum, I'm a Red Sea pedestrian, and proud of it!"
* Beautifully subverted in TheMarxBrothers' ''HorseFeathers'', in which Groucho tries to tell Harpo that he can't burn the candle at both ends - Harpo produces a candle burning at both ends. Groucho tries another, Harpo produces, etc...
* Dr. Evil in ''AustinPowers The Spy Who Shagged Me'' escapes into space in a rocket that has a more-than-passing resemblance to a giant--
-->'''Pilot:''' Dick! Dick, take a look out starboard.\\
'''Dick:''' Oh my God. It looks like a huge--\\
'''Woman:''' Pecker!... Wait, that's not a [[DoubleEntendre woodpecker]], that looks like someone's--\\
'''[[DrillSergeantNasty Army Sergeant]]:''' Privates. We have reports of an unidentified flying object. It has a long, smooth shaft, complete with--\\
'''Baseball Umpire:''' Two balls. ''(looking up from game)'' What is that. It looks just like an enormous--\\
'''Teacher:''' Wang. pay attention.\\
'''Wang:''' I was distracted by that giant flying--\\
'''Musician:''' [[WillieNelson Willie]].\\
'''Willie:''' Yeah?\\
'''Musician:''' What's that?\\
'''Willie:''' ''(squints)'' Well, that looks like a huge--\\
'''Colonel:''' [[OverlyLongGag Johnson.]]\\
'''Johnson:''' Yes, sir?
** Subverted at the beginning of another hurricane on the same subject at the end of the film:
--->'''Radar Operator:''' No, sir, he got away in that big spaceship that looks like a huge--\\
'''Teacher:''' Penis. The male reproductive organ. Also known as tallywhacker, schlong, or--\\
'''Friendly Dad:''' Wiener? Any of your kids want another wiener?\\
'''Friendly Son:''' Dad, what's that?\\
'''Friendly Dad:''' I don't know, son, but it has great big--\\
'''Peanut Vendor:''' Nuts. Hot, salty nuts. Who wants some?... Lord Almighty!\\
'''Woman:''' That looks just like my husband's--\\
'''Circus Barker:''' ONE-EYED MONSTER. Step right up and see the One-eyed Monster!\\
'''Cyclops:''' RARRR. Hey, what's that? It looks like a--\\
'''Fan:''' Woody. Creator/WoodyHarrelson. Could I have your autograph?\\
'''Woody:''' Sure. Oh, my Lord! Look at that thing!\\
'''Fan:''' It's so huge.\\
'''Woody:''' No, I've seen bigger. That's--\\
'''Dr. Evil:''' Just a little prick.
** Done again and lampshaded in the third movie with the satellite that looks like a pair of giant--
--->'''Music/OzzyOsbourne:''' Boobs! They did this same thing in the last movie.
* From ''Film/LiarLiar'', Fletcher Reede attempting to ask a witness a question he knows will result in a lie (and even that he has proven incapable of doing)... and finally snapping and actually ''badgering a confession out of his own witness'':
-->'''Fletcher:''' ... you had sex with her every time you met, didn't you? Didn't you?! LIAR!\\
'''Opposing Counsel:''' He's badgering the witness!\\
'''Judge Stevens:''' It's his witness.\\
'''Fletcher:''' You slammed her, you dunked her donut, you gave her dog a Snausage! You stuffed her like a Thanksgiving turkey! ''(starts jumping up and down and making gobbling noises)''
* In ''Film/AmericanBeauty'', Lester Burnham lets loose with a short one of these at his wife when she catches him, ah... "saying hi to his monster".
* RobinWilliams does this in ''Film/PatchAdams'' to cheer up a dying patient who'd proven inconsolable, using a string of euphemisms for dying to tickle the morbid funny bone.
* Donald Faison's character does this in ''Film/{{Clueless}}'' to illustrate that Cher's "boyfriend" is gay.
-->'''Murray:''' Your man Christian is a cakeboy! He's a disco dancing, OscarWilde reading, Streisand ticket holding friend of Dorothy, know what I'm saying?
* ''Film/FourRooms'', the Second Room: The Bellhop is trapped with an armed man and his wife tied to a chair, mistaken for the wife's lover.
--> '''Sigfried:''' Would you stop talking about his penis?\\
'''Angela:''' How can I stop talking about something that's so huge? I could go on and on about his cock, his bone, his knob, his bishop, wang, thang, rod, hot rod, hump mobile, oscar, dong, dagger, banana, cucumber, salami, sausage, kielbasa, schlong, dink, tool, big ben, Mr. Happy, Peter Pecker, pee-pee, wee-wee, wiener, pisser, pistol, piston joint, hose, horn, middle leg, third leg, meat, stick, joystick, dipstick, one-eyed wonder, junior, little head, little guy, rumple foreskin, tootsie roll, love muscle, skin flute, roto-rooter, snake, hammer, rammer, spammer, bazooka, rubber, chubby, sticky, stubby, schmeck, schmuck, schvantze, ying-yang, yang...
* The closing HilariousOuttakes reel in ''GrumpyOldMen'' features various different sexual euphemisms that Burgess Meredith had his character utter in different takes of the same scene. While technically not a use of this trope, the way they're edited and presented together in rapid succession gives it much the same effect.
* ''Film/VarsityBlues'' had this gem, set in a sex ed. class:
-->'''[[HotForTeacher Miss Davis]]:''' "Can anyone tell me a common slang term for the male erection?"\\
'''Student:''' "Boner? Is boner one?"\\
'''Miss Davis:''' "Yes! Boner is good, boner is very good! Moxon, how about you?"\\
'''Jonathon "Mox" Moxon:''' The male erection. Pitchin' a tent, sportin' a wood, stiffie, flesh rocket, tall tommy, Mr. Morbis, the march is on, icicle has formed, Jack's magic beanstalk, rigor mortis has set in, Mr. Mushroom-head, mushroom on a stick, purple headed yogurt slinger... [[ICallHimMisterHappy Oh, and Pedro]]."\\
'''Miss Davis:''' "[[TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers ...Pedro?]]"\\
'''Mox:''' "Yeah, uh huh."
* ''TheresSomethingAboutMary'' has a Hurricane Of Euphemisms for ADateWithRosiePalms.
* In ''Film/TeenWitch'', the teacher of a sex ed class holds up a rolled-up umbrella and asks the students to guess what it represents. One of them responds: "A Roger. A love one. Joystick, dong, zipper-lizard, tallywhacker, trouser-snake, schlong!"
* ''Film/ClerksII'' features what is more accurately described as a Hurricane of Dysphemisms:
-->Dante Hicks: 'Porch monkey' is a racial slur against black people!
-->Randal Graves: Oh it is not! Coon, spook, spade, moolie, jigaboo, nig-nog, those are racial slurs against black people!
* ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove'':
-->'''Kuzco''': Oh, and by the way, you're fired.
-->'''Yzma''': Fired? W-W-What do you mean, "fired"?
-->''[Kuzco snaps his finger and a servant comes in and writes down Yzma's "pink slip"]''
-->'''Kuzco''': Um, how else can I say it? "You're being let go." "Your department's being downsized." "You're part of an outplacement." "We're going in a different direction." "We're not picking up your option." Take your pick. I got more.
** Later in the movie, Yzma [[IronicEcho returns the favor]].
-->'''Kuzco:''' Okay, I admit it. Maybe I wasn't as nice as I should have been. But Yzma, you really wanna kill me?!
-->'''Yzma:''' Just think of it as... you're being let go. That your life's going in a different direction. That your body is part of a permanent outplacement!
-->'''Kronk:''' [[LampshadeHanging Hey, that's kinda like what he said to you when you got fired.]]
* Done for dramatic effect in ''Film/{{Philadelphia}}''.
-->'''Joe Miller:''' Are you a homosexual?... Answer the question! Are you a homo? A faggot, a punk? A queen, pillow biter, fairy? Booty snatcher? Rump roaster? ARE YOU GAY?
* ''Film/ErnestGoesToJail'':
-->'''Ernest P. Worrell''': Like in real, really, really, really, really real prison? The hoose-gow, the slammer, the joint, Alcatraz, San Quentin, Sing Sing, Oh no. I'm in... I'm in... jaiiiiiiil!
* Charlie Frost (Woody Harrelson) describing what the Apocalypse is in ''[[TwentyTwelve 2012]]''.
-->'''Jackson Curtis''': I was listening to the broadcast and I was wondering what is exactly that's gonna start in Hollywood?
-->'''Charlie Frost''': It's the apocalypse. End of days. The Judgment Day, the end of the world, my friend. Christians called it the rapture, but the Mayans knew about it, the Hopis, the I Ching, the Bible, kind of...
* ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'':
-->'''Dolores:''' It's a rotgut room. Holdover from Prohibition.
-->'''Roger:''' Oh, I get it. A speakeasy, a gin mill, a hooch parlour!
** Earlier, Yosemite Sam experiences a RumpRoast;
-->"Mah biscuits are burnin'! Fire in the hatch! Great horny toads, that smarts!"
* In ''TheManWithoutAFace'', Chuck Norstadt's mother uses one to see if Chuck has been molested--but it's clear [[EntendreFailure he has no idea what she's really asking.]]
* From ''Film/BrainDonors'', in a scene where Roland T. Flakfizer is trying to convince the Great Volare (ballet dancer) to join the company he represents:
-->'''Volare:''' Do you realize what I was doing at the age of seven?
-->'''Flakfizer:''' I can imagine and you must be thankful you didn't go blind.
-->'''Volare:''' I was dancing professionally.
-->'''Flakfizer:''' Ehhh, whatever you call it! Flogging the carrot, polishing the cue stick, choking the chicken, clearing the snorkel...
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[[folder:Literature]]
* In one of the ''TimeWarpTrio'' books, every time someone tries to say they're going to throw up, another character interrupts with a different euphemism: "toss your cookies", "ride the porcelain bus", "make a sidewalk pizza"...
* Partial example in [[Literature/{{Discworld}} The Colour of Magic]], where it's caused by Twoflower reading out ''all'' the synonymous alternatives suggested by his phrasebook at once.
* [[Literature/{{TheKingkillerChronicle}} The Kingkiller Chronicle]] gives us a euphemism-laden nursery rhyme, ripe with foreshadowing:
-->"Seven things stand before
-->The entrance to the Lackless door
-->One of them a ring unworn
-->One a word that is forsworn
-->One a time that must be right
-->One a candle without light
-->One a son who brings the blood
-->One a door that holds the flood
-->One a thing tight-held in keeping
-->Then comes that with comes with sleeping"
* Marco in ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' had a number of "vomit" euphemisms in one book.
-->'''Marco:''' You ever notice how many different ways there are to say "throwing up"? There's vomiting, of course. Hurling. Tossing your cookies. Puking, a classic. Ralphing...There's cascading. But I prefer the terms that are more real. Like blowing chunks. Spewing your guts. Tangoing with the toilet. That's a good one. Technicolor yawn."
* WelkinWeasels: Poynt wants Falshed to make sure a boxer he's bet against loses, and Falshed tries to start a euphemism hurricane:
-->"You mean take a dive, take a fall, throw the fight-"
-->"Any of those will do, so long as he makes it look good."
* The humor book ''A Guy's Guide to Dating'' has [[TheLongList five full pages of euphemisms]] for ADateWithRosiePalms, from "adjusting the set" to "yanking the yo-yo," and including such gems as "[[ADateWithRosiePalms dating Rosie Palm and her five sisters,"]] "being your own best friend," "sheathin' the heathen," and many others.
* In TomSharpe's black satire of life in apartheid South Africa, ''IndecentExposure'', the Nazi-inclined psychiatrist Dr von Blimenstein has to deal with a hysterical and sexually repressed Afrikaaner woman who is suffering from that common phobia, ''Blackcock Fever''. Unable even to say the word ''penis'', the patient resorts to euphemism as the (not) good doctor pretends ignorance: ''They've got such big ones. Hoo-has. Whatsits. Wibbledy wands. Pork swords. Knobs. Pee. Are. Eye. See. Kay. Spells "prick!"'' The root of the patient's anxiety is fear she is going to be raped when the blacks eventually rise in rebellion against apartheid combined with sexual repression. (This summarises three pages of hysterically funny dialogue on pp 172-175 of the paperback edition).
* In ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' book ''Literature/BloodRites'', Harry and [[ActionGirl Murphy]] are discussing a porn director that Harry is working a case for. At one point he brings up the director's aversion to using breast implants in his films.
-->'''Harry''': He doesn't believe in using surgically altered... uh... You know.
-->'''Murphy''': Boobs? Jugs? Hooters? Ya-yas?
-->'''Harry''': I guess.
-->'''Murphy''': Melons? Torpedoes? Tits? Gazongas? Knockers? Ta-tas?
-->'''Harry''': Hell's bells, Murph!
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[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* The page quote is from the legendary Dead Parrot sketch from ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus''.
** Many other sketches had similar lines. John Cleese and Graham Chapman would often write sketches together, using a thesaurus to come up with many ways of saying the same thing. This was later lampshaded by Eric and Graham, when, during one sketch where Eric (in drag) is naming off different ways to say "predict". A board comes down with a list of all the words he's saying, and the audience reads them off at the same time while Graham (also in drag) points to them.
*** The above sketch was written by Terry Jones and Michael Palin as a parody of the Cleese/Chapman. Terry and Michael were incredibly surprised when the group decided it was still funny enough to be filmed.
*** This was coupled with UnusualEuphemism in the [[LampshadedDoubleEntendre "Wink Wink"]] sketch, including "candid photography" - at least [[spoiler: until TheReveal that the man spouting said euphemisms is also a virgin]].
** The beginning of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fsHk9WC7fnQ Cleese's eulogy]] [[TheFunInFuneral for Chapman]]: "Graham Chapman, co-author of the 'Parrot Sketch', is no more. He has ceased to be. Bereft of life, he rests in peace. He's kicked the bucket, hopped the twig, bit the dust, snuffed it, breathed his last, and [[WentToTheGreatXInTheSky gone to meet the great Head of Light Entertainment in the sky.]]"
* ''Series/TheBill'' featured Sgt. Gilmore (who was gay) in his first episode reeling off a long list of euphemisms for "gay".
* ''Series/{{Life On Mars|2006}}'' also features Gene Hunt (who's not gay and is more like homophobic) doing a shorter, more offensive list of gay euphemisms.
* ''Series/StargateSG1'': Jack O'Neill describing his declining mental state in "Window of Opportunity", saying, "Lose it. It means, go crazy... nuts... insane... bonzo... ''no longer in possessions of one's faculties''... '''three fries short of a Happy Meal'''... '''''WACKO!'''''"
** Along with a [[http://stargate.wikia.com/wiki/File:Stargate_Window_of_Opportunity_Wacko.jpg fantastic illustration.]]
** Jack does this again a few seasons later after he downloads an alien database into his head. From previous experience, they know what to anticipate if they don't manage to get him somewhere that it can be removed from his brain before it's too late:
--> '''Samantha Carter:''' And then it will overwhelm his nervous system and the colonel will...
--> '''Jack O'Neill:''' What? Meet my maker? Pay the piper? Reach the pearly gates? Start pushing up daisies here and there?
* From the ''Series/BrassEye'' pedophile special, with increasingly bizarre made-up euphemisms:
-->'''Interviewer:''' You are a paedophile. You are a nonce. You're a perv. You're a slot badger. You're a two pin din plug. You're a bush dodger. You're a small bean regarder. You're a unabummer. You're a nut administrator. You're a bent ref. You're The Crazy World of Arthur Brown. You're a fence vole. You're a free willy. You're a chimney bottler. You're a bunty man. You're a shrub rocketeer.\\
'''Paedophile:''' Yes well, you know, you've just mentioned some of the names that we have to put up with every day and it's just another form of racism.
* While probably not humorous, on ''Series/DoctorWho'' the Sixth Doctor (played by Colin Baker) has a habit of using such streams of related terms, especially when frustrated or angry. In one Big Finish audio adventure, a character says that talking to the Doctor is "like arguing with a bloody thesaurus!"
** Another example from the same argument in the audio:
--->'''The Doctor:''' If I have to endure another insult--\\
'''Banto Zane:''' Oh here we go, another voyage round the English language...
** Which is probably a nod to the serial ''The Trial of a Time Lord'', which revels in thesaurus abuse.
* Data was known to do this in earlier seasons of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''.
-->'''Guinan:''' That's it, isn't it? You don't have any idea what a joke is.\\
'''Data:''' Of course I do. It is a witticism, a gag, a bon mot, a fluctuation of words which concludes with a "trick" ending, it is...
** As does fellow robot Kryten in ''Series/RedDwarf'', especially when annoyed.
* Polly of ''Series/FawltyTowers'' does this to inform Basil that the new chef has gotten drunk while attempting to hide the same fact from the guests by following each euphemism with something that might reasonably be the object of said euphemism: "''potted'' the shrimp", "''soused'' the herrings", "''pickled'' the onions", and "''smashed'' the eggs". ''Under the table''...
* ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'': At the end of Episode 320 (''The Unearthly''), TV's Frank pesters Dr. Forrester to do his Leo Gorcey impersonation:
-->'''Forrester:''' Frank, once again I'm going to have to kill you.\\
'''Frank:''' You wanna run that by me one more time?\\
'''Forrester:''' I'll run that by you one more time! ''(hitting Frank with his hat)'' Yeah, you know... kill... boost... ice... wax... skrag... douse... stifle... eighty-six... slip the Rosco... chill... dust... yank... toss a little kickshaw... raja...
** Joel gets in one of these earlier in the same season, explaining his [[OnceAnEpisode Invention Exchange]] for Episode 307, the Air Freshener Mobile:
--->'''Joel:''' It's got bright-colored air fresheners that hang from strings, they stimulate baby's tiny brain, while the movement of the mobile activates charcoal filters, covering up the foul odor of baby's checher, ca-ca, po-po, nimbus, BM, and poopies.\\
'''Servo:''' ... [[UnusualEuphemism checher]]?\\
'''Crow:''' ... [[UnusualEuphemism nimbus]]?\\

* TheITCrowd: Played straight, and later {{Metaphorgotten}} by Douglas: "Well, I'm the boss, head honcho, el numero uno, Mr. Big, the Godfather, Lord of the Rings, the Bourne Identity, er... Taxi Driver, Jaws... Forgot the question a while ago."
** Also played straight with Jen trying to tell Moss that 'Aunt Irma is visiting her'. Roy finally comes up with one Moss gets.

* Series/{{House}} uses one of these to explain a child's odd behaviour to her mother:
-->'''House:''' You mix rocking, grunting, sweating, and dystonia with concerned parents and you get an amateur diagnosis of epilepsy. In actuality, all your little girl is doing is saying "yoo hoo" to the hoo-hoo.\\
'''Mother:''' She's what?\\
'''House:''' Marching the penguin. Ya-ya-ing the sisterhood. Finding Nemo.\\
'''Girl:''' That was funny.\\
'''House:''' It's called gratification disorder. Sort of a misnomer. If one was unable to gratify oneself, that would be a disorder.\\
'''Mother:''' ''(covering the girl's ears)'' Are you saying she's [[ADateWithRosiePalms masturbating]]?\\
'''House:''' I was trying to be discreet. There's a child in the room!
* [[HeyItsThatVoice Speaking of]] ''WesternAnimation/FindingNemo'', there was the talk Uncle Andy gave to Shane in ''{{Weeds}}'' about [[Quotes/ADateWithRosiePalms the same subject]].
* ''QueerAsFolk'': After Stuart's preteen nephew tries to blackmail him for being gay (Stuart's parents don't know) and with false accusations of paedophilia, Stuart corners him in front of the entire family and outs himself with a long stream of euphemisms and cacophemisms for homosexuality.
-->'''Stuart:''' Because I'm queer. I'm gay. I'm homosexual. I'm a poof, I'm a poofter, I'm a ponce. I'm a bumboy, batty-boy, backside artist, bugger. I'm bent. I am that arsebandit. I lift those shirts. I'm a faggot-ass, fudge-packing, shit-stabbing uphill gardener. I dine at the downstairs restaurant, I dance at the other end of the ballroom. I'm Moses and the parting of the red cheeks. I fuck and I am fucked. I suck and I am sucked. I rim them and wank them, and every single man's had the fucking time of his life. And I am ''not'' a pervert.
* When {{Monk}} believed he had been accidentally exposed to marijuana, he spent a few minutes naming slang words for the drugs, all almost all of them made up.
* A sometime-CatchPhrase used by [[Series/FamilyMatters Steve Urkel]]--whenever he made what he thought what a casual declaration of something, and people replied "Whaaaa?", he would reply with a Hurricane Of Euphemisms.
* When Sam switched places with Dr Ruth on QuantumLeap, Al took advantage of her presence in the waiting room to have a therapy session about his hangups:
-->AL: ''More about Tina?''
-->Dr. Ruth: ''Uh-huh.''
-->AL: ''Ah -- well -- ummm -- oh well, ha-ha-ha, she's got... great... casabas!''
-->Dr. Ruth: ''What are these... casabas?''
-->AL: ''Well you know... melons, ho-has, honkers, hooters, headlights, ah-- ta-tas? teeters, tweeters, tom-toms, tee-tees?'' [His face is all contorted trying to say just one word -- LOL]
-->Dr. Ruth: ''Say it!''
-->AL: ''I'm trying to say it! Meatballs, mangos, cream pies, cupcakes, eh -- bangers, bouncers, bolumbas!''
-->Dr. Ruth: ''Al!''
-->AL: ''Bazongas! BREASTS! ...I said it!'' [With a very self-satisfied look on his face]
-->Dr. Ruth: ''You see, it wasn't that hard.''
-->AL: ''Yes it was.''
* SaturdayNightLive: Wayne'sWorld would frequently do this when discussing vomiting, including in the movie.
* One SNL sketch had series regular Randy Quaid trying to tell Pee-Wee Herman that he needs to get a prostitute, without coming out and saying it:
-->'''Randy:''' Well...they wear lots of makeup...
-->'''Pee-Wee:''' Clowns!
-->'''Randy:''' No...let's just say you'd be embarrassed to be seen with one...
-->'''Pee-Wee:''' (nodding gravely) Mimes!
** This goes on for a while until Pee-Wee finally says "Well, I don't get it; maybe you should just go see a hooker!"
* Naomi and Katie do this for lesbianism in front of Emily in ''{{Skins}}''. It's a rather awkward and painful sequence, as Katie thinks Naomi's gay (she's not - certainly at the time, and even by the end of the series she doesn't get past "confused"), while Naomi strongly (and rightly) suspects that Emily actually is gay, and Emily is nursing an epic crush on Naomi (which Naomi knows about, and isn't exactly pleased with until a couple of episodes later).
-->'''Naomi:''' So, Katie, you gonna be nice to me now we're Twister pals? I promise not to grab your minge and everything.
-->'''Katie:''' Okay, ha ha. Hands off the muff and we're sorted.
-->'''Naomi:''' Gotcha. No buffing the beaver.
-->'''Katie:''' No groping the growler.
-->'''Naomi:''' Don't tickle on my tinkle.
-->'''Katie:''' Okay, I won't fluff up your flange.
-->'''Emily:''' ''* hurt* '' You done?
-->'''Katie:''' Yep. We're double done with the DNA dump.
** The autistic JJ also tends to launch into one of these whenever he gets locked on.
* One OpeningMonologue of MockTheWeek concerning a police officer who joined in on a couple having sex in their car straddled this and HurricaneOfPuns very quickly indeed. And very well.
* The whole point of the ''WhoseLineIsItAnyway'' game, ''If You Know What I Mean''.
* AliG, about drugs:
--> '''Ali:''' We all know that it's called the bionic, the bomb, the puff, the blow, the black, the herb, the sensie, the cronic, the sweet Mary Jane, the shit, Ganja, split, reefa, the bad, the buddha, the home grown, the ill, the maui-maui, the method, pot, lethal turbo, tie, shake, skunk, stress, whacky, weed, glaze, the boot, dimebag, Scooby Doo, bob, bogey, back yard boogie. But what is the other terms for it?
* On ''{{Friends}}'' when one of Monica's prospective catering clients gets baked before coming to dinner.
-->'''Phoebe:''' In the cab on the way over, Steve blazed a doobie.\\
'''Rachel:''' What?!\\
'''Phoebe:''' Smoked a joint, ya know, lit a bone, weed, hemp, ganja.\\
'''Rachel:''' Okay, okay, okay, okay, okay. I know. Okay, I'm with you [[Creator/CheechAndChong Cheech]].
* The closing narrative for the ''[[Series/TheTwilightZone Twilight Zone]]'' episode "Four O'Clock" features a string of euphemisms for LaserGuidedKarma:
--> "At four o'clock, an evil man made his bed and lay in it, a pot called a kettle black, a stone-thrower broke the windows of his glass house. You look for this one under 'F' for fanatic, and 'J' for justice...in the Twilight Zone."
* ''Series/CornerGas'' has an episode where Wanda uses several euphemisms for jail, confusing and annoying Brent.
* On ''Series/GameOfThrones'', when Tyrion is called to confess his crimes, he confesses that when he was twelve, [[ADateWithRosiePalms "I milked my eel, I flogged the one-eyed snake, I skinned my sausage, I made the bald man cry."]] And he did it [[NauseaFuel into his sister's stew]].
* ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'' when Zelda finds out that Morgan has been manipulating her and Hilda.
---> '''Zelda:''' Hilda, we've been hoodwinked, bamboozled, led down the primrose path and shoved into a thicket of thorns.
---> '''Hilda:''' Huh?
* In ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'', episode "My Brother, Where Art Thou?" (03x05) J.D. asks Dr. Cox for a favor. Reply is:
--> Good God in heaven, Newbie. There are just so very many ways for me to say this to you: Never. Not in a million years. Absolutely not. No way, Jose. No chance, Lance. Nyet. Negatori. Mm-mm. Nuh-uh. Uh-uh. And of course, my own personal favorite of all time, man falling off of a cliff. Noooooooooo!
* Some of DavidLetterman's Top Ten lists qualify. Example, "The Top Ten Mafia Euphemisms for Death":
-->10. Checked into the Wooden Waldorf.\\
9. No longer eligible for the census.\\
8. Dropping both AT&T and MCI.\\
7. Your highway taxes at work.\\
6. Upcoming guest on 20/20.\\
5. He's fallen and he can't get up.\\
4. Resting his organs.\\
3. [=McRibs=] (for a limited time only).\\
2. Kicked the oxygen habit.\\
1. Bought a Yugo.
* In the ''Series/{{Psych}}'' episode "Santabarbaratown", when Shawn and Gus are interviewing someone connected to the case:
-->'''Ida:''' I wanted children.
-->'''Gus:''' And he didn't?
-->'''Ida:''' Let's just say they weren't in the cards for him.
-->'''Shawn:''' [[EntendreFailure Meaning what?]]
-->'''Ida:''' His juice had no pulp. His seed wasn't fruitful. He was pouring decaf. Pumping unleaded. His Hall had no Oates. He was sterile!
-->'''Shawn:''' Oh! Sure.
* In WhosTheBoss, Tony and Sam's grandfather are discussing the latter's incarceration, describing it as "Jail, the slammer, the big house, the joint."
* From ''TheBigBangTheory'': "Does that include doing the cyber-nasty? You know, the virtual pickle-tickle, the digital BowChickaWowWow?"
* Series/AlmostLive, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0q1i2mqMgs Roscoe's Oriental Rug Emporium]] in the style of furniture store going out of business sale commercials.
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[[folder:Music]]
* "Pound Sign #?* !" as sung by Kevin Fowler is an example of this. The whole song basically lists euphemisms for curse words the narrator is no longer allowed to say now that he has small children at home.
* Music/SirMixALot's "Baby Got Back" is basically a Hurricane Of Euphemisms, though he has the advantage in that he's not ''always'' describing a woman's backside.
* Singer Voltaire's "Sexy Data Tango" is one long string of this.
* Roy Zimmerman's song "[[http://youtu.be/pS5LWS5m5h4 Firing the Surgeon General]]" is a Hurricane Of Euphemisms for [[ADateWithRosiePalms masturbation]]. (The title is a reference to Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders, who was fired after proposing that frank discussion of the topic should be part of sex education.)
* A verse of the song "Bring On The Men" from Jerkyll and Hyde is made of this.
* "The Bad Touch" by The Bloodhound Gang. That is all.
** In the same vein, by the same artist, "Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo". It contains some of the most... interesting sex euphemisms this troper has ever heard.
*** ..."Squishmitten?"
* [[http://www.spaff.com/poesy/boobs.html 99 Words For Boobs]]
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlCLHf76q_w Working Where the Sun Don't Shine (The Colorectal Surgeon's Song)]]
* The "Not NoelCoward Song" from ''Film/MontyPythonsTheMeaningOfLife'' is another Hurricane Of Euphemisms for the same organ.
-->'''Eric Idle as [[BlatantLies A Guy Who Is Totally Not Supposed To Be Noel Coward]]:'''\\
''Isn't it awfully nice to have a penis\\
Isn't it frightfully good to own a dong\\
It's swell to have a stiffy, it's divine to own a dick\\
from the tiniest little tadger to the world's biggest prick!\\
So three cheers for your willy or John Thomas\\
Hooray for your one-eyed trouser snake\\
Your piece of pork, your wife's best friend, your percy or your cock\\
You can wrap it up in ribbons or you can stick it in your sock\\
But don't take it out in public or they'll put you in the dock\\
And you won't a-come a-back.''
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqyc37aOqT0 Sledgehammer]] by PeterGabriel. The entire song is made of euphemisms.
* The BarenakedLadies have some fun with this in the aptly titled "Crazy":
--> ''The lights are on but nobody's home, my elevator doesn't go to the top\\
I'm not playing with a full deck, I've lost my marbles...\\
I'm a few bricks short of a load but then a full load always hurt my back\\
I flew over the cuckoo's nest and I'm never ever coming back...''
* {{Queen}}'s "I'm Going Slightly Mad" is filled with euphemisms for insanity [[spoiler: in particular, the AIDS-related dementia Freddie Mercury was going through at the time]].
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4crlNRPySfs "Hide the Sausage" by Ivor Biggun]] is almost entirely composed of euphemisms for "penis" and "sexual relations", many of which are rather silly.
* Music/{{Jellyfish}}'s "He's My Best Friend" is one for the protagonist's private parts. Singer/songwriter/drummer Andy Sturmer [[WordOfGod said in an interview]] that the song was stylistically the band's "love letter to HarryNilsson".
** "Hypocrite, four-flusher, snake in the grass, just a swindler, a wolf in sheep's clothing... LIAR!" -- "All Is Forgiven"
* LadyAntebellum's oral sex song "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WeSItykFyY Downtown]]" contains all kinds of euphemisms for female genitalia including "[[TitleDrop downtown]]", "door" and "uh-uh" which is also a slang term for [[IsThatWhatTheyreCallingItNow sexual intercourse]]. The video also contains references to "donuts" and "sprinkles".
** At the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zCpBBYzr7A#t=1m51s 1:52 mark]], Hillary Scott points to her crotch when she sings the line "I'm only counting on your cancellation, when I should be counting on you at my door" when she sings it live at the 2013 American Country Music Awards.
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[[folder:New Media]]
* ''TVTropesWiki'': The opening to the DeusSexMachina and BandOfBrothels articles.
** And NoPeriodsPeriod.
* [[http://www.cracked.com/funny-363-jennifer-love-hewitt/ This]] [[Website/{{Cracked}} Cracked.com]] article combines this trope and StealthPun throughout.
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[[folder:Stand-up Comedy]]
* Dylan Moran does a brilliant routine in his 'Monster' DVD about how people use stupid euphemisms which there's no hope of guessing, where he enacts this conversation:
--->"Well, you know what they say about John, anyway."
--->"No I don't. Wh—what do they say?"
--->"Well, you know, apparently he's, uh, he's, you know, he's... [cocks leg]
--->"I'm sorry, what are talking about?"
--->"You knoooow! If I have to spell it out, apparently he's... you know, still picking up twigs in the springtime. [raises eyebrows] Oh yes, one of Yul Brunner's hairdressers. Likes his toast done on three sides, yes."
---> [Now exasperated] "What ARE you talking about?!"
* British stand-up comedian Creator/JasperCarrott has a bit where he goes through an unfeasibly long list of euphemisms for sex, breasts and the penis. It is GENIUS.
** [[PunchLine ... and those are the things you can say on television!!]]
* George Carlin had a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CNk_kzQCclo great bit]] about this.
** He uses [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohDTSJo5bYU another one]] during his famous 7 Words You Can't Say on TV routine.
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[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* The ''TabletopGame/{{Munchkin}}'' expansion deck ''Munchkin Bites!'' has a monster with the PunnyName "Thesaurus":
-->Will not pursue, chase, follow, track, shadow or ferret out anyone of level 5 or below.\\
'''Bad Stuff''' [if it beats you]: You are dead, deceased, departed, defunct, lifeless, perished, moribund and exanimate.
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[[folder:Theater]]
* In Fröken Fleggmans mustasch the death of one of the characters is greeted by a series of these by three of the other characters. Each time one of them uses a euphemism for dying the others respond "What?", as if not understanding what it means. In the end another character says "He is dead", to which they all respond "What?!" in great surprise. (The whole thing runs on RuleOfFunny.)
* In the Cole Porter musical ''Du Barry Was A Lady'', Du Barry and Louie have a duet that is literally NOTHING BUT this trope. For verse after verse.
--> "Are you fond of poker, dear? Kindly tell me if so."
--> "Yes, I'm fond of poker, dear...but in the morning, no."
--> "Do you ante up, my dear? Kindly tell me if so."
--> "Yes, I ante up, my dear...but in the morning, no."
--> "Can you fill an inside straight? Kindly tell me if so."
--> "I've filled ''plenty'' inside straight...but in the morning, no."
* OlderThanSteam: In ''Theatre/TheMerchantOfVenice,'' Launcelot Gobbo uses a few [[UnusualEuphemism unusual euphemisms]] to imply that his father was unchaste: "...for indeed, my father did something smack, something grow to, he had a kind of taste..."
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[[folder:Video Games]]
* In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'', if the female PC romances [[CelibateHero Alistair]], one of [[CasanovaWannabe Oghren's]] party banter conversations with Alistair in the party goes like [[CrowningMomentOfFunny this:]]
--> '''Oghren:''' So. With the boss, aye?
--> '''Alistair:''' Pardon?
--> '''Oghren:''' You and the boss. Rolling your oats.
--> '''Alistair:''' I don't know--
--> '''Oghren:''' Polishing the footstones.
--> '''Alistair:''' --what you're--
--> '''Oghren:''' Tapping the midnight still, if you will.
--> '''Alistair:''' What are you going on about?
--> '''Oghren:''' [[OverlyLongGag Forging the moaning statue. Bucking the forbidden horse. Donning the velvet hat.]]
--> '''Alistair:''' Are you just making these up right now?
--> '''Oghren:''' Nope. Been saving 'em.
** Isabela's banter in ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'' is full of these, ''especially'' with Merrill and Aveline.
--> '''Isabela:''' So. How good is Donnic? Is he "cocksure"?
--> '''Aveline:''' Just...get it out of your system.
--> '''Isabela:''' Did he "curl your toes?", "dwarf your beard?", "Arl your Emon?", "caress your kitty?", "established his canon?", "put it in your peach?", "mastered your taint?", "satisfied the demands of your Qun?", or did he "cup your joining?"
--> '''Aveline:''' Yes, all right, he's an incredibly proficient lover. Happy?
--> '''Isabela:''' [[DontExplainTheJoke Well, that's rather personal, don't you think?]]
** Also from ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'', there's one advertisement for an apothecary received by mail:
--> "Feeling inadequate? Flag flying at half-mast? Does your soldier not stand to attention? Does your dwarf shy away from the Deep Roads? Come to Jorman's Apothecary and ask for our Special Sauce".
* In ''KingdomOfLoathing'', the monsters found at [[http://kol.coldfront.net/thekolwiki/index.php/The_Hole_in_the_Sky The Hole in the Sky]] are all constellations, mostly named after euphemisms for genitalia, because the Astronomers of the Times of Old were all incredibly immature. Potential opponents include The Burrowing Bishop, The Family Jewels, The Hooded Warrior, The Junk, One-Eyed Willie, The Pork Sword, The Skinflute, The Trouser Snake, The Twig and Berries, The Axe Wound, The Beaver, The Box, The Bush, The Camel's Toe, The Flange, The Honey Pot, The Little Man in the Canoe, and The Muff. The only monster than doesn't fit this theme is The Astronomer, because the Astronomers of the Times of Old were also incredibly egotistical.
* ''VisualNovel/NineHoursNinePersonsNineDoors''. The Elevator Scene, which can be played [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHzMrA_44Mg here.]]
* ''SaintsRow'' itself is practically a Hurricane Of Euphemisms for various sex-related subjects, but the most concentrated form is the radio-commercials for Freckle Bitches' (a fast-food chain that combines features of [=McDonalds=] and Wendy's), who expounds on their various menus including their large trademark burger, "The Fist", a two-burger menu called "The Twins", and their kiddie-meals, the Funbags, who comes with two jugs of your favorite juices, and a surprise -- this week, for the girls, it's a genuine pearl necklace!
* [[GagPenis Mara]] of ''ShinMegamiTensei'' games is extremely fond of this. Unsurprisingly, it all has to do with his ''unusual'' shape.
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[[folder:Web Animation]]
* [[DrTran Leland's grandma]] lets loose with a completely [[RuleOfFunny nonsensical string of euphemisms]] after Tran asks where she'll be taking them for her errands. The torrent of euphemisms lasts for an astonishing 35 seconds, and only about 1/4 of them actually ''relate'' to Tran's question.
--> '''Grandma:''' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94m_P4-0wXw#t=3m15s Oh, you know. Here and there. Out and around. Round and about.]] Hither and thither - to and fro, back and forth, up and down, in and out. Over-and-under, hippity-hoppity, round the corner over the river and through the woods, lickety-split, clocking the G's, grinding the ax, up to no good, nip in the bud, good 'n plenty, lollygagging around making the rounds painting the town red. [[MotorMouth Packing a load, hugging a tree skinnin' the dog skip to my loo sowing my oats passing a stone, shooting the breeze]] jumping the fence! [[OverlyLongGag Humping the horse dancing a jig spinning a yarn sipping the cider! Flexing the pecs lubin' my do packing the feed licking the chicken pinching the pennies!]] Do-si-do...
--> '''[[OnlySaneMan Tran:]]''' [[BigShutUp Shut up!]] Why don't you shut up right now!?
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[[folder:Web Comics]]
* The webcomic ''Webcomic/TheSuburbanJungle'':
--> "You're not interested in me at all?"\\
"Look, Leona, I'm gay, alright? A poofter. A complete nancy. In the game of love, I'm batting for the other team. I'm queerer than a three-dollar bill and a bigger fairy than Tinkerbell. I am, in short, totally ginger."\\
"Ha! Why don't you just admit it?"\\
"I thought I just did ...?"\\
"You're in love with Tiffany Tiger, aren't you?"\\
"Are you crazy? Is that your problem?"
* From ''Webcomic/DaisyOwl'': Daisy's principal skates around saying [[http://www.daisyowl.com/comic/2008-07-09 "a sandwich with dog poop in it"]]. In the AltText the author claims to have "1000 more of these phrases".
* In ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', we have one right [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0418.html here]]. "This is your junk..."
** A better example might be [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0530.html here]].
** There is also [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0419.html this]] strip, in which Belkar gives a list of terms for jail.
* In ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'', when someone's trying to tell to Bun-bun that he has to ''deliberately lose'', a concept he has difficulty grasping since he normally never gives up.
--> "You give up the ranch. Blow a bundle. Take a dive. Vote Nader. Down the tubes. In the drink. Sing lead for VanHalen. It's all over but the crying. Stick your head up a..."
--> ('''Bun-bun''': "No, really, what are you trying to say?")
* ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'': [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20080827 The Castle apparently wants to ensure the succession very quickly.]]
-->"Do you have a boyfriend?"
-->"A what?!"
-->"A boyfriend. A sweetheart. A swain. A beau. A lover. An intended consort. A fiance. A ''stud."''
* From [[WalkyVerse It's Walky]]: Jason trying to give Joyce "[[http://www.itswalky.com/d/20001108.html The Talk]]", and [[http://www.itswalky.com/d/20030310.html these]] [[http://www.itswalky.com/d/20030311.html three]] [[http://www.itswalky.com/d/20030312.html strips]] from the chapter "Innuendo".
* {{Muertitos}} [[http://muertitos.comicgenesis.com/d/20080513.html demonstrates]].
* ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' gives us [[http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=1779 this.]]
* ''Webcomic/GoGetARoomie'': Troll's attempt to explain to Lillian that Roomie is in the back room engaging in lesbian sex [[http://gogetaroomie.chloe-art.com/2010/12/cunninglingus-2/ here]].
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[[folder:Web Original]]
* The humorous self-help video [[http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-hide-an-unwanted-erection How to Hide an Unwanted Erection]] uses a lot of euphemisms, and ends like this: "Congratulations. You've tamed your trouser snake. Your love gun is firmly in its holster. Excalibur is back in its scabbard. Now you can approach any situation with confidence, safe in the knowledge that no one will be able to see your big, fat, throbbing penis."
* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic lets loose the Creator/MontyPython set on the page quote describing [[spoiler: Johnny's death]] at the end of ''Film/TheRoom''.
** [[WebVideo/BumReviews Chester A. Bum's]] review of Film/RedRidingHood has this:
-->'''Chester A. Bum:''' They just cut to the credits before anything else happened. What do you think they're doing!? She's taking off his sheep's clothing! He's riding her hood! [[Literature/ThreeLittlePigs She's blowing his house down!]] The better to eat her with! She's taking him to grandma's house! He's checking under her hood! Holy smokes, I could make a book of these.
* When J's boss in ''WebVideo/MisadventuresOfAwkwardBlackGirl'' is going on vacation: "I want to know [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_know_why_the_caged_bird_sings why the caged bird sings]], I want to [[HowStellaGotHerGrooveBack get my groove back]], and I want [[ForColoredGirls the rainbow to be enuf]]. E-N-U-F." (the boss is known for her attempts to act black).
* [[WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation Yahtzee]], after swearing not to mention Lara's breasts at the beginning of a ''Franchise/TombRaider'' review, finally fails to rein himself in and explodes into a long string of mammary-related euphemisms.
** ''Bosoms, melons, milk factories, busts, fun bags, knockers, [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil4 ballistics]], boobies, jugs, nipples, jubblies, '''stonking great tits'''.''
*** The last of which became offered on a FunTShirt.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKawczrD_Uo One]] of the fake failed scenes of ''Huerfanos Electronicos'' (a SpinOff of Calico Electronico) have Captain Torpedo saying a lot of the existing euphemisms for "penis" found in the spanish language.
* The ProtectorsOfThePlotContinuum provide the [[http://chelonianmobile.livejournal.com/51752.html Gay Weasel Sketch]], taking cues from the Monty Python example.
-->''“He’s GAY, Drake! And I don’t mean in the jovial sense! Queer as a three-dollar bill, bent as a threp’ny bit, camper than a row of tents, a bigger fairy than Tinkerbell, and gayer than a treeful of monkeys on nitrous oxide! Fag, fruit, invert, mariposa, call it what you will! H-O-M-O-S-E-X-U-A-L! He is, in short, totally ginger! Do you get it or would you like us to explain with a sock puppet show?!''
* ProfessionalWrestling website Cageside Seats had a four-part review of {{Chyna}}'s [[ParallelPornTitles latest foray into wrestling]], [[http://www.cagesideseats.com/2012/9/25/3380898/kanenites-review-of-chyna-is-queen-of-the-ring-part-one "Chyna is Queen of the Ring"]], which is filled to the brim with euphemisms and puns.
** The same writer later reviewed her SheHulk [[http://www.cagesideseats.com/2013/4/18/4239742/review-of-she-hulk-xxx-part-one adaptation]], where "Jennifer Walters showed that she really knows how to expertly use her mouth to bypass legal boundaries".
* ''Website/SFDebris'' comes up with a Japan-themed one of these for one scene in ''Film/{{Gojira}}'', including sexually-charged references to katanas, cherry blossoms, several foodstuffs and Toyota.
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[[folder:Western Animation]]
* Done in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode where Homer goes to a power convention with his coworker Mindy. At their hotel, the Bellhop says a bunch of words, onomatopoeia, and other sounds to hint that Homer and Mindy are going to have sex.
** This was done in an old Tracey Ullman short "The Funeral", when Bart explains to Lisa what "passed away" means.
-->'''Bart:''' You know, kicked the bucket. Pulled the croak chain. Had a meeting with old Mr. Grim. The...
-->'''Homer:''' BART!
-->'''Bart:''' The dude died.
* Also done in ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'''s "Blue Harvest" episode. In a cut scene, Stewie, playing the part of Darth Vader, remarks on the "foul stench" line from Leia (Lois).
--> '''Stewie:''' Uh, sorry. That's me. I made a Darth Doodie. I ''Sithed'' my pants. My diaper's gone over to the dark side. I got pages of these, I could go on.
* [[LargeHam MOOOOOOJO JOJO]], antagonist of ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'', is known for this. It's sort of a VerbalTic and it's notoriously difficult to translate.
* ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'': The end of the first short of 'The Acme Acres Zone' Episode, 'A Walk on the Flip Side', has this:
--->'''Buster:''' Portrait of a spoiled brat getting a dose of his own medicine; [[HoistByHisOwnPetard hoisted by his own petard]]; receiving his just desserts; finding himself behind the 8 ball.
--->'''Monty:''' You don't have to rub it in.
** In "Return to the Acme Acres Zone":
--->'''Babs:''' So you're a detective. A shamus. A sleuth. A P.I. A peeper.
--->'''Buster:''' And you must be a thesaurus.
* This trope resulted in a bit of controversy in ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' episode ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dont_Look_a_Smith_Horse_in_the_Mouth Don't Look a Smith Horse in the Mouth]]''.
--->'''Roger:''' You're gonna have to do the horse chores...You have to brush the horse's coat and mane, water and feed it, then give it a full release. You know, give it a happy photo finish. Take the glue out of the factory. Spank his front butt. Grant him a bone loan!
* Used by two trolls in the ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'' episode, "A Tree Grows In Dunwyn" after Gruffi tells them that the tree that contained the trolls' treasure was taken to the castle:
--->'''Troll #1:''' Not the castle!
--->'''Troll #2:''' We can't go back there!
--->'''Troll #1:''' Jail!
--->'''Troll #2:''' Prison!
--->'''Troll #1:''' The cooler!
--->'''Troll #2:''' The hoosegow!
--->'''Troll #1:''' The pen!
--->'''Troll #2:''' The slammer!
* Done with breasts [[http://video.adultswim.com/robot-chicken/milk-sacks.html in this]] WesternAnimation/RobotChicken sketch.
* In ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' with Grandpa Phil and his lifelong friend / rival Jimmy Kafka as they're both about to drown:
-->'''Grandpa:''' This is it Jimmy. The end. We're going to Davy Jone's Locker.
-->'''Jimmy:''' Kicking the bucket.
-->'''Grandpa:''' Buying the water farm.
-->'''Jimmy:''' Checking out of the hotel of life.
-->'''Grandpa:''' And checking into the hotel of death.
-->'''Jimmy:''' The big round up.
-->'''Grandpa:''' The last tango in Paris.
-->'''Jimmy:''' "Last tango in Paris?" That's not an euphemism for dying.
-->'''Grandpa:''' I know but it was my turn and I ran out of euphemisms and I didn't want to lose the game.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow'', Daffy panics when he and Bugs get thrown in jail:
--> "We're up the river! Down the creek! There's no 'i' in 'team'! You have to fight for your right to party!"
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X-bhFO-Ue8U This]] is just one of WesternAnimation/{{Duckman}}'s efforts.
* A RunningGag in the ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'' episode ''Sly Spy Guy'':
-->'''W''': That is it! I have had enough! Enough, I say! You, Double-Oh-Orson are fired!
-->'''Double-Oh-Orson''': Fired?
-->'''W''': Fired! Washed up, kaput, forcibly resigned, dismissed, discharged, you're out of here!
-->''[later]''
-->'''The Weasel''': Mr. Pinfeather, I have seen it with my own eyes! Double-Oh-Orson has been fired!
-->'''Pinfeather''': Fired?
-->'''The Weasel''': Fired! Axed, dismissed, let go, done!
-->''[later]''
-->'''Pinfeather''': Agent Double-Oh-Orson has been fired.
-->'''Madame Lanolin''': Fired?
-->'''Pinfeather''': Fired! Ousted, suspended, shelled, displaced!
-->''[later]''
-->'''Pinfeather''': I am so sorry to hear that you have been fired.
-->'''Double-Oh-Orson''': Fired?
-->'''Pinfeather''': Fired! Banished, bounced, defected, drummed out!
* From the ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' episode "Nasty Patty"
-->'''Mr. Krabs:''' We've been duped!
-->'''[=SpongeBob=]:''' Duped!
-->'''Mr. Krabs:''' Bamboozled!
-->'''[=SpongeBob=]:''' We've been speckledorfed!
-->'''Mr. Krabs:''' That's not even a word and I agree with ya!
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* Benjamin Franklin's [[http://www.historycarper.com/1737/01/13/the-drinkers-dictionary/ "Drinker's Dictionary"]] (published in 1737) lists dozens of euphemisms for being drunk.
** There's another guy who's collected ''hundreds''.
* As noted under Live Action TV, the [[Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus Parrot Sketch]] was referenced by John Cleese [[TheFunInFuneral at the funeral]] of Graham Chapman.
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