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->'''Peter:''' Patches, are you sure that this is completely necessary?\\
'''Patches:''' "Necessary"? Is it "necessary" for me to drink my own urine?\\
'''Peter:''' Probably not.\\
'''Patches:''' Naw, but I do it anyway because it's sterile and I like the taste.
-->-- ''Film/DodgeballATrueUnderdogStory''

This is when shock value meets RuleOfFunny.

Normally, when we see such shocking stuff, we cover our eyes in disgust. However, when used all the time, it gains a humorous shading to it. Whether it gets you laughing or not depends on how it's done. When done right, it's hilarious. When done wrong, it just [[DudeNotFunny offends the audience]]. However, it all goes back to the execution. TropesAreTools, after all.

Tropes that often, but not always, fall under this:
* AnalProbing
* AssShove
* ClusterFBomb (when played for humor)
* GroinAttack
* IAteWhat
* NakedPeopleAreFunny
* NoseNuggets
* RoadApples
* ToiletHumour
* UranusIsShowing
* UrineTrouble

Compare CrossesTheLineTwice. See BottomOfTheBarrelJoke for when this is an excuse for lazy writing.


[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* ''LightNovel/BludgeoningAngelDokuroChan'' uses this trope with gore.
* The dub of episode 18 of ''Manga/SgtFrog'' is essentially one long LampshadeHanging[=/=]parody of the "vulgarity must always be funny" side of this trope, as the characters attempt to win a comedy contest. Koyuki attempts (and fails) to tell TheAristocrats. The fact that it was considered to be too smart for the audience should say a lot. As should the fact that Keroro uses a language-modifying switch, on which the ClusterFBomb setting is called "comedian mode".
* ''Manga/{{Gintama}}'' tries to cram as much of this into it as possible while still remaining suitable for Shounen Jump's age demographic. The fact that the title of the manga itself is a single letter away from being the Japanese word for "balls" (Which has been the subject of many a gag within the series) says a lot.
* ''Anime/PantyAndStockingWithGarterbelt''. Shit, vomit, [[GratuitousEnglish English swearing]], sex, ''pole-dancing'' {{transformation sequence}}s and whatever revolting MonsterOfTheWeek GAINAX can think of, with a few {{mind fuck}}s for colour and tone. All this in what appears to be a MagicalGirl anime. That and the transformation theme [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsJzJROlITU "Fly Away Now"]] is about a woman being used for sex, and that the term "Fly Away" is a Japanese slang term for orgasm. Come on! Just listen to the lyrics.
* In ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'', PsychoForHire Jan Valentine says things like "We just want to torture you, kill you, maybe skullfuck your corpse, burn the place down and go home and masturbate, OK?" [[RuleOfFunny It's so over the top that it's hilarious.]]
* The final episode of ''Anime/ExcelSaga'' was [[TrollingCreator designed to be as offensive as possible]], to the point where it would be impossible to show on TV. It contained lots of gore, nudity, pedophilia played for laughs, [[TooSoon and jokes about the 1995 Tokyo subway gassing.]] It succeeded in its goal, though it was still released on DVD. The real reason it couldn't be shown on TV was that, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking at around 26 minutes long, it wouldn't fit into a standard half-hour slot with ad breaks]].
* This is basically what drives ''Manga/SeitokaiYakuindomo''--someone makes a dirty joke, TheOneGuy [[BokeAndTsukkomiRoutine tsukkomis]] it.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* Creator/FrankMiller seems to be doing this with his ''ComicBook/AllStarBatmanAndRobinTheBoyWonder'' series. For instance, "[[MemeticMutation I'm the goddamn]] Franchise/{{Batman}}".
* Same with Creator/KevinSmith and ''Batman: Cacophony'', which includes the Joker talking about his pubic hair and offering to let another character rape him.
** Paul Dini (Of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' Fame) must be referencing this when Joker states that he misses the old cavity search in ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum''.
** Smith often does this with his films and comics, like in ''Film/JayAndSilentBobStrikeBack'', though not as often as his detractors like to say.
** Smith's Twitter feed lives for this trope.
* '''''ComicBook/{{Viz}}'''''. Takes the finest traditions of the [[http://www.saucyseasidepostcards.co.uk/bamforthcards.1.html Bamforth seaside postcard]] and runs with it.
* Something Creator/GarthEnnis often does, and he seems to get more blatantly nasty as things go on.
* Creator/MarkMillar gets this on occasion, too.

[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
* The entire point of John Roecker's 2006 stop-motion animated ''WesternAnimation/LiveFreakyDieFreaky''. For the unaware, Roecker, inspired by the prolific number of copies of Charles Manson's ''Helter Skelter'', crafted a stop-motion animated musical comedy about the misadventures of the "Hanson cult", as read by a 31st century [[AllHailTheGreatGodMickey post-apocalyptic nomad who believes his discovered copy of Vince Bugliosi's ''Helter Skelter'']] is Literature/TheBible. Relevant examples include multiple ludicrously long scenes of puppet sex, a very pregnant Sharon "Hate" singing a profanity-laden song about how much she hates the environment, and more puppet sex. The Washington Post said that it was like the below mentioned ''Film/PinkFlamingos'', only more surreal and for an even smaller audience.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheHauntedWorldOfElSuperbeasto''. Jokes about sex, flying gore, constant nudity, it's all in there.

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* This is the whole point of ''Film/PinkFlamingos'', a movie that is still untoppable in its offensiveness almost forty years after it was made.
* ''Film/ProblemChild 2'' had a lot of crude humor compared to the first.
* The ''Film/ScaryMovie'' films are often criticized for relying far too heavily on this (the least vulgar is the third, which even tries to do so by focusing more on nonsense and slapstick). ''Date Movie'' (starting Creator/SeltzerAndFriedberg's directorial "careers") is said to be even worse. And then there's ''Epic Movie'', ''Meet The Spartans'', and ''Disaster Movie''...
* ''Film/YourHighness'' takes this trope to the extreme. It's a comedy film with endless vulgarity, all PlayedForLaughs.
* The Wrestling/{{WCW}} movie ''Ready to Rumble''.
* Several critics have described ''Film/SemiPro'' as [[TropesAreTools falling victim]] to this trope, with some of the funniest moments in the movie also being the ones that could just as easily have gotten by in a PG-13 comedy.
* The ''Film/{{Transformers}}'' live-action movies.
** "[[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids Were you]]... masturbating?" (though that particular line may have been more along the lines of CringeComedy)
** The sequel takes this to even higher levels, from Devastator's "wrecking balls" to Wheelie humping Mikaela's leg to [[FanDisservice way way more of John Turturo than anyone wanted to see on the big screen]].
** Mostly changed in the third film, with only one [=RiV=] joke of note: Jerry Wang is exposing a conspiracy à la Deep Throat, so he refers to himself as "[[AccidentalPun Deep Wang.]]"
* ''Film/MeMyselfAndIrene'':
** The movie trots this trope out in the guise of Charlie's three "sons" -- geniuses who seemingly [[HollywoodTourettes can't speak a sentence without "muthafuckin'"]] showing up somewhere in it. Subverted in that the humor comes from watching them discuss particle physics or how to hotwire a helicopter while swearing a blue streak a mile wide.
** A further example would be Jim Carrey shitting on his neighbour's lawn, or urinating all over the shower curtains due to morning glory.
* Some of the other Farrelly Bros films can qualify, such as ''Film/TheresSomethingAboutMary'' and ''Film/DumbAndDumber''.
* The entirety of ''The Underground Comedy Movie'' directed by Creator/VinceOffer. Its SpiritualSuccessor ([[DivorcedInstallment originally envisoned as a sequel]]) ''Film/{{inAPPropriate Comedy}}'' [[http://www.filmschoolrejects.com/reviews/review-inappropriate-comedy.php?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=review-inappropriate-comedy too]].
* Much of the fun in the ''Film/RockyHorrorPictureShow'' AudienceParticipation routines seems to be in shouting obscene call lines at the screen (and sometimes at other audience members). Generally, though, these remarks are clever at the same time as being gratuitous. Audience lines that fall under this trope are often the mark of an inexperienced "participator".
* Italian tropers will witness an example of this every year. The famous comedians Cristian [=DeSica=] and Massimo Boldi's "Christmas holidays" series is probably one of the grossest examples of this trope, featuring mainly naked women, explicit sex, bad words, farts and belches, and it counts dozens of movies (considered "family movies". God knows why). Lately, the duo split. With the result that each one of them makes a movie like this every Christmas, doubling the rate of production. This could be applied to 3/4 of Italian television actually. Vulgarity is so widespread on the mainstream channels that even certain shows or cartoons that aren't particularly vulgar where they were produced (most notably the Simpsons) have numerous sexual innuendos and foul words.
** This trope applies more to the movies who aren't directed by Carlo Vanzina. His movies (like the original ''Vacanze di Natale'' or ''VacanzeDiNatale2000'') actually avoid toilet humour and gratuitous nudity for most part, focusing more on LoveTriangle plots and comedy-of-error style. Nevertheless, expect some {{Fanservice}}.
* ''Film/FreddyGotFingered''. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The movie's very name should tell you enough.]]
* TheMovie of the ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' sketch ''Film/MacGruber'' practically lives and breaths this trope.
* The 1996 remake of ''Film/TheNuttyProfessor'' remake took quite a bit of refuge in rather crude humor. One example was the constant use of the word "ass" throughout the move, most of it being used during the dinner with the Klumps, as well as Papa Klump loudly farting at the table in response to Mama Klump's suggestion of getting a colonic, and doing it up to six times (with Ernie Jr, their grandson, even managing to mimic his grandpa's farting once), with the sixth time having him leave the table apparently due to soiling his pants.
* ''Film/TheHangover'' had some... while the sequel is basically fueled by vulgar content (hermaphrodite prostitutes, drug dealing/smoking monkeys, cut fingers).
* The gentlemen's club scene in ''Film/MysteryTeam'', as well as the one immediately following it, qualifies for this.
* The menstruation joke in ''Film/{{Superbad}}''.
* ''Film/TheAristocrats''. That's the point of the joke.
* '''''Gross Out'''''. This film's so bad with it, that WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob had to put a ''warning'' in front of his review, something he didn't do with ''Film/{{Nekromantik}}'', ''[[Film/SaloOrThe120DaysOfSodom Salo]]'', or even ''Film/PinkFlamingos''!
* ''Film/ThatsMyBoy'' and ''Film/TheWatch'', both R-rated comedies of summer 2012, are fueled pretty much entirely by vulgar content. Despite the big stars that were headlining them, neither were particularly popular among most people for this reason.
* ''Film/{{Movie 43}}''. It's essentially one skit after another that attempts to be as vulgar and offensive as possible in some way or another. If you get through the whole thing, it's likely that you've witnessed every single trait of R-rated raunch used to it's full potential. And for the sake of keeping this entry appropriate, that's as far into detail as we're going to get. Amusingly, the aforementioned ''Film/{{inAPPropriate Comedy}}'' [[DuelingMovies got released just a few months after it]].

* Creator/{{Voltaire}}'s ''Literature/{{Candide}}'' has a lot of examples, including a woman who is missing half a buttock due to cannibalism.
* Lesser known Spanish book for kids / teens ''Literature/LosLagartijos'' LOVES this. While the first one is quite vulgar,it eventually stops doing it. The sequel, in the other hand, cranked the vulgarity UpToEleven.
* ''Literature/PrideAndPrejudiceAndZombies'' insists on making a double entendre out of the word "balls" whenever it's used.
* ''Literature/GoTheFuckToSleep'' presents itself as what appears to be a children's book through the illustrations, but the entire book is an AffectionateParody of the genre since it was made for adults that can relate when their child just won't go the fuck to sleep while many F bombs are dropped. It gets taken up to eleven when the audio version is voiced by Samuel L. Jackson. And then there's the sequel, ''You Have To Fucking Eat'' along the same lines but with kids who won't eat anything.
* The entire reason for the existence of ''Literature/TheVaginaAssOfLuciferNiggerbastard''.

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* Creator/{{HBO}} has raised this to an art form. Ditto Creator/ComedyCentral.
* ''Series/FrankieBoylesTramadolNights'' - Like all Creator/FrankieBoyle's comedy this show has it in spades.
* ''Series/TheWhitestKidsUKnow'' frequently enters into this sort of thing.
* This is the one form of humor ''Series/WonderShowzen'' uses.
* ''Coming of Age'', being a sex-farce on Creator/{{BBC}}3 written by a 19 year old, is based entirely on this trope.
* ''Series/{{MADtv}}'', one of many ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' DuelingShows, reveled in this.
* ''Series/{{Jackass}}'' is all about this trope, almost a deconstruction.
* ''Series/TwoAndAHalfMen'' sometimes does this.
* ''Series/ShitMyDadSays'' a lot.
* A number of British comedy panel shows seem to have begun using this, examples including ''Series/MockTheWeek'' (where answering questions seems to involve calling someone various puerile names, e.g. "tosser", "wanker" etc.). Some jokes in ''Series/DropTheDeadDonkey'' merely consisted of juxtaposing politicians' names alongside similar insults.
* ''Series/{{Misfits}}'' often uses this. Particularly when Nathan opens his mouth.
* ''Series/DoctorWho'', of all things, invokes this with one line at the end of "Love and Monsters" that implies oral sex between a human and a paving slab. ItMakesSenseInContext.

* Anti-Nowhere League's [[BawdySong "So What?"]].
* EVERY SINGLE HOLIDAY, A [[Series/SaturdayNightLive DICK IN A BOX]].
** Just about every song by Music/TheLonelyIsland fits this trope. The punchline of most of the songs is that the first line or title is vulgar: "I just had sex," "Dick in a box," "Jizz in my pants," "I'm on shrooms," or every line of "Natalie's Rap".
* [[Music/HidetoMatsumoto hide]] loved this trope on occasion, usually in lives or promotional videos, but occasionally in lyrics as well. A few good examples would be the squirming naked people in cages in one ''televised'' live of "Dice" from ''1994,'' the live-only "Natural Born Onanist," the lyrics to "Bacteria" and "Doubt," and almost ANY live of "Rocket Dive," and its album cover, which makes it ''quite'' clear the song is ''not'' about spaceflight in a spaceship...
** "Rocket Dive" also could possibly double as ShoutOut and BiTheWay HoYay - if you're familiar with the {{Music/X Japan}} song "Standing Sex" (another example of this trope) where {{Music/Yoshiki Hayashi}} in writing the lyrics referred to his "rocket."
* Quite a few VisualKei bands will engage in this at some point. The likelihood of them doing so is ''heavily'' increased if the band is Visual Shock/Veteran Kei (because at the time, vulgarity or vulgarity within Japanese culture was a guaranteed way to achieve the HolyShitQuotient) or Eroguro Kei (because it's a defining part of the subgenre.) Generally, oshare kei bands avert this to some extent - but even they can sometimes take part too.
* Two Brazilian bands were experts in this, Raimundos (their first hit was a man [[CargoEnvy expressing desire to become the seat of a bicycle]]; another one, achieved through "found poetry", is named "I Ejaculated On a Lever") and Mamonas Assassinas (who also had a "found poetry" song about what soap does to your pubic hair, and had one song consisting on just dirty "facts" about animals).
** The above-mentioned "Sabão cra cra" basically sings the praises of soap. The lyrics say that (spoilered for, ya know, explicit lyrics) [[spoiler:soap does not do any of the following things to the hair on your balls: it does not make it roll up, it does not make it stand up, it does not make it fall out, it does not make it knot together, and most importantly, it does not make it get tangled up with the hair on your asshole.]]
* Music/PassengerOfShit, and anything associated with him, [[StealthParody probably because it's funny.]]
* Flanders&Swann lampooned this tendency back in the 50's in "P** P* B*** B** D*** "
* Music/WesleyWillis was particularly fond of this, interestingly not only for humorous intent, but also to deal with his [[FunnySchizophrenia "mean schizophrenic demons"]]. He basically knew he was schizophrenic and wanted to tell his demons to engage in beastiality in hopes that would make them leave him alone.
* The only singles Music/{{Eminem}} has released that ''don't'' have the word "fuck" in them are "Just Lose It" and "We Made You".
* The entirety of Music/BlazeYaDeadHomie's "Nasty". Among the things referenced in the lyrics include reusing Music/AnybodyKilla's condoms, [[BestialityIsDepraved sex with chickens]], swimming in a portable toilet and things that are too graphic to describe here.
* [[http://oddfuture.com/ Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All]].
* Music/{{GWAR}} has everything under the sun; gratuitous swearing, toilet humor, blasphemy and obscene violence. They also bring dead politicians and celebrities back to life to kill them again, just to keep up with the bad taste.
* Music/MindlessSelfIndulgence. Songs like "I'm Your Problem Now," "Backmask," and "Panty Shot" are prime examples.
* Music/MaximumTheHormone. Have a look at their album covers and song titles some time.
* Half the fun of [[{{Grindcore}} Goregrind]] music is the band and songs' disgusting, offensive and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking overly]] [[OverlyLongGag long]] titles. Examples include ''Vomit Erection''[='s=] "Warm Diarrhoea Blasts On My Face" and the ''Meat Shits''' "Excrement Infection of the Male Urethra".
* Music/MojoNixon does this on some of his songs, perhaps most gratuitously on "Tie My Pecker to My Leg" which, aside from the title, gives us lines such as "Yeah her asshole is tighter than a steel drum/And I'd eat a yard of her shit to watch her cum" and "I need a woman six foot ten/[[BiggerIsBetterInBed She's gotta be that tall so I can get it all in.]]"
* Music/{{Blink 182}} have several short and extremely vulgar tracks, the best known being Family Reunion (a 36 second song made up entirely of profanity) and F**k A Dog.
* Music/IronMaiden's B-side "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NL4tsMCIEII Nodding Donkey Blues]]", a [[Film/ThisIsSpinalTap Spinal Tap]]-like song about a BigBeautifulWoman.
* Platypus by Music/GreenDay, the bridge consists of the following:
-->Dickhead, fuckface, cock-smoking, motherfucking asshole, dirty twat, waste of semen hope you die - hey!
* Music/FrankZappa frequently indulged in this. If you want examples, try his 1979 rock opera ''Music/JoesGarage'', which contains, among other things, songs about sexually transmitted infections, PrisonRape and [[SexBot hard sex with robots]].
* Ben Hoffman's CountryMusic side project Wheeler Walker Jr. all but runs on this. His very first album was titled "Redneck Shit", it had a pre-release preview on '''''[=PornHub=]''''', and was one of the few albums to have topped both the Billboard country ''and'' comedy album charts.
* Music/{{PSY}} loved this trope too when he debuted during TurnOfTheMillennium. However, this was downplayed when he returned in TheNewTens, with his music having some parodied AccidentalInnuendo.

* Fully embraced by ''Pinball/AmericasMostHaunted'' at every opportunity.
-->'''Misty Moon:''' "I sense you're actually a coward... and impotent."

* Podcast/TheScathingAtheist runs on this. Listen to any episode and Lucinda gives a warning at the beginning that there's obscene content in the show. It's not unlikely that she'll actually use the f-bomb to demonstrate that it will be [[{{ShapedLikeItself}} fucking offensive]].

[[folder:Pro Wrestling]]
* Virtually anything involving WWE's Attitude Era. [[{{Delinquents}} DX's]] "sophomoric" antics of sexually-charged humor and foul mouths; Wrestling/TheRock's AssShove CatchPhrase ("... and stick it straight up your candy ass!"); Wrestling/StoneColdSteveAustin's infamous "Vince 3:16" bit with UrineTrouble; the Divas and their "object-of-choice" on a pole and Bra and Panties matches... On the one hand, the Attitude Era had the highest ratings in WWE's existence showing TropesAreNotBad. On the other hand, it was this sort of attitude that lead to the simulated necrophilia of the Katie Vick angle, almost universally considered the low point of the company's writing.
* Bastion Booger (real name Mike Shaw), who wrestled in WWE in the early 90's was ''meant'' to be this; a fat, disgusting, unwashed, smelly slob. However, he generally came across as pathetic rather than disgusting.

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* ''TabletopGame/{{FATAL}}''. Even the infamous review of ''FATAL'' qualifies, and it doesn't even compare to the game. Although in the case of the review, it could be argued that it succeeds, though the game not so much.

* The musical ''Theatre/AvenueQ'' is a SubvertedKidsShow stuffed with sex jokes.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac'' features a naked protagonist trying to kill his fundamentalist mother using his own tears, urine and blood, while collecting powerups such as a half-formed conjoined twin, a dead pet, his mother's used tampon and panties, an aborted sibling's ghost and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking rotten milk]]. It's also done in the style of ''VideoGame/MeatBoy''.
* The ''VideoGame/{{Postal}}'' series, especially starting with the second one. This is a game where you can [[{{Gorn}} chop people to bits]] and [[ManOnFire burn them to a crisp]], trick cops into eating [[IAteWhat urine-soaked doughnuts]] (which makes them [[VomitIndiscretionShot vomit]]), use [[KickTheDog live cats]] for silencers, and get a sledgehammer [[AssShove stuck up a cow's rectum]]. Oh, and there's an [[DoubleStandardRapeMaleOnMale attempted rape]] on the protagonist as part of the main story.
* ''VideoGame/DontShitYourPants'', a game revolving around creative ways to shit yourself... or not.
* Just about any GameMod released on Website/BadderhacksDotNet is bound to feature drug references, feces, and/or copious 8-bit nudity in some capacity.
* VideoGame/BadDayLA is full of lewd jokes such as "Mud Butt" and even political satire.

* Almost all of ''Webcomic/NeuroticallyYours'', although he has a number of not-so-vulgar ones, too.
* ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'' used to do this occasionally, but it's gotten a lot less like this for the past few years.
* ''Webcomic/ShreddedMoose'' most certainly does. Seriously, how else do you explain the borderline porn and blatant misogyny that's even worse than ''ComicBook/CerebusTheAardvark''?
* ''Webcomic/VGCats'' does this a lot as well. Apparently the creator, when he can't figure out a good punchline, figures throwing bodily fluids around is the next best thing.
* Obscure webcomics on a little nothing forum you've never heard of (''[[http://z11.invisionfree.com/WOAM/index.php?showtopic=496 Garphuck and Oakfable]]'') are built on a firm foundation of this, RefugeInAudacity, and StylisticSuck. One could say it's a deconstruction of playing vulgarity and audacity for laughs... but it's probably not.
* ''Webcomic/SexyLosers''. To quote the article "It was the highest scoring entry on the List of Potentially Offensive Webcomics, having been awarded six "toilets" out of a possible five (not a typo)."
* ''Webcomic/{{Oglaf}}'' first shoves AuthorAppeal in the readers' faces and then leaves those faces glazed with its vulgarity.
* ''Webcomic/{{Jailbreak}}'' could be adequately summed up as 50% nonsensical RandomEventsPlot and 50% various unpleasant bodily fluids.
* ''Webcomic/CyanideAndHappiness'', anyone?!?! That comic ''lives'' off this trope! (And they manage to do it without being excessively gross or offensive, yay!)

[[folder:Web Original]]
* The [[AccentuateTheNegative extremely cruel]] parody site Encyclopedia Dramatica frequently uses porn for parodies. The reboot, Oh Internet!, tried to rectify this, resulting in a largely SFW site and sparking a [[InternetCounterattack fierce revolt]] by the majority of it's userbase who restored the original and abandoned the remake which went under in less than a year.
* A lot of WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd's act involves not just {{Cluster F Bomb}}s, but scatological comments in a mix and match manner. He also tends to visualize things being defecated on -- when he isn't physically defecating on them himself.
* ''WebAnimation/RetardedAnimalBabies'' veered into this territory in a hurry. This was to distinguish itself from ''WebAnimation/HappyTreeFriends'', and the more criticism comparing the two, [[CrossingTheLineTwice the more lines it'll find to double-cross]]. So if you don't think it's vulgar enough, simply tell the author how he's ripping off of ''Happy Tree Friends''.
* LetsPlay/{{azuritereaction}} swears a lot in general, and reaches ClusterFBomb level when he's raging.
* The Charlie Brown {{Gag Dub}}s on [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin mostoffensivevideo]].com take classic ''{{Peanuts}}'' shorts and dub over the cast so they all talk like n-bomb-dropping ghetto stereotypes. They're so offensive it's hilarious or so offensive it's awful, but either way note the constant; [[NotSafeForWork they are offensive]].
* This is the reason why the parody videos by WebVideo/ElBananero are so popular and funny. The man trows so much vulgarity, scatologic terminology and the argentinian Spanish equivalents of {{Cluster FBomb}}s, it became hilarious because of this.
* Nearly every scene in the Literature/WhateleyUniverse featuring Miasma. His superpower? Farts. It's inevitable.
* The LetsPlay/{{Yogscast}} song "Carrot for a Cock" is essentially a four-minute-long penis joke, with some very strongly implied sexual innuendoes to boot. Given how it was penned by LetsPlay/SimonLane, LetsPlay/{{Turpster}}, LetsPlay/HatFilms and Sparkles* of Music/{{Area 11}}, none of whom have a reputation for being that mature, it's not surprising.
* ''Podcast/KakosIndustries'' wouldn't be such a successful [[EvilInc company of evil]] if it didn't have gracious amounts of sexual humor, swearing, and bodily fluids used in all the worst ways.
%%* ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool''.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' in later seasons tends to use such things as rape and violence for comedy. Episode "PTV": Peter, Brian, and Stewie sing a song complaining about the FCC. Some of the more "obscene" scenes from previous episodes are cropped and strung together in a short montage during the song.
* ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'':
** In one episode, they meet the queen of Mexico, and she complains she is the only queen who has to go to the bathroom outside the palace. And then we see her doing so.
** Two words: "...with ''sausage!''"
* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' does it a hell of a lot because the main characters are small children at exactly the age when small children become obsessed with vulgarity. Even if watching the children act realistically childish (contrasted with the TV-childish we all expect) wasn't funny, it would still be far more realistic than any other portrayal of children on TV. One brilliant thing about South Park is that it isn't just offensive or excessively OTT with its vulgarity--the show also manages to insert great intelligence and wisdom into its grosser moments so that one's intelligence isn't insulted during those moments.
* ''WebAnimation/LoboWebseries'' uses a lot of over the top sexual, profane and violent humor. Most of it with bloody deaths and alien swearing such as "Frag off!"
* ''Animation/KapitanBomba'', a Polish series with South Park-esque graphics, tells a story of a space crew defending the galaxy from aliens - many of which are genital-shaped. Or like sniffing crap to the point that it's used as currency. And all the planets have vulgar names. And the only tactic the heroes seem to use is a combination of ClusterFBomb and MoreDakka.
* Another Polish production, ''Włatcy Móch'', relies on very similar humor, though stronger on the ClusterFBomb aspect.
* When the writers of ''Popetown'' got bored with taking RefugeInAudacity or [[CrossesTheLineTwice crossing the line twice]], they headed straight for this trope. "I made my own paint!"
* ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'':
** "[[http://www.robotchicken.org/index.php?title=The_Emmy_Award_Winning_Robot_Chicken The Emmy wasn't for writing]]."
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' has as well, to a lesser extent, but it should be noted that it was considered this back in their early days, when the AnimationAgeGhetto was much stronger. Just to be seeing a television cartoon with "so many" jokes about swearing, sex and drugs was shocking for the audiences back then.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Brickleberry}}''. The preview alone contains a bear [[IAteWhat drinking out of a urine-infested river]], a man cheering over two animals humping, a woman's vagina being photographed by tourists, and a black man shown just having ''sex with two elderly women''. No surprise that it was created by Creator/DanielTosh.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' has been a bit more prevalent in this ever since its revival on Creator/ComedyCentral. "Attack of the Killer App" is probably one of the most notable cases of this, which involves Fry and Bender making a bet where the loser has dive in a pool of diarrhea and vomit from an alien goat and the revelation that Leela has a talking boil on her ass named [[Series/BritainsGotTalent Susan]].
* ''WesternAnimation/{{The Ren and Stimpy Show}}'' had a lot of this with its Off Color Humor Vilonce and Sexual Humor.

[[folder:Real Life]]
* Creator/EddieMurphy mentioned on Raw how offended he was that Creator/BillCosby, relating to Eddie how his son saw his act, basically thought that this was his whole act. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCTiPkzJUDY See here.]]
* TheAristocrats Joke. A classic tradition with Stand-up Comedians is [[SerialEscalation how inhumanly disgusting you can make the joke]] before ending it. This of course includes [[Film/TheAristocrats the movie]] about it.
* Creator/BobSaget's RefugeInAudacity stand-up career. In this case, Refuge from the Squeaky-clean image he got doing ''Series/FullHouse'' and ''Series/AmericasFunniestHomeVideos''. Saget was always that way, though. He made his national TV debut on the same HBO's "Young Comedians' Special" that famous vulgar comedian Creator/SamKinison did (who is himself another brilliant example of this trope). It was said that Saget was so vulgar during his act that he managed to shock ''Kinison''. And that was just Bob Saget getting started.
%%* Creator/SarahSilverman's entire schtick consists of this trope and RefugeInAudacity.
* Dane Cook is ''very'' big on this. He'll tell maybe seven or eight jokes through an entire routine, filling in the spaces with energetic swearing.
* Averting this trope is one of the things Creator/BrianRegan is known for, along with being clean in general. He does swear occasionally, but it's never very strong, and always for a PrecisionFStrike.
%%* Creator/GeorgeCarlin, the inventor of the SevenDirtyWords.
%%* Creator/AndrewDiceClay combined this with RefugeInAudacity.