There's one advantage when you only fuck your wife, and you probably haven't thought about this. You can't get caught. You won't have some guy kick in your door and say, "You dirty motherfucker, is that your old lady?"
Actually, we did get caught once, me and my wife were having sex, when the housekeeper walked in on us. Which is a lot better than the reverse.
Ron "Tater Salad" White is a stand-up comedian. He first gained fame in the early 2000s as a member of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, in association with fellow comedians Bill Engvall, Jeff Foxworthy and Larry The Cable Guy. He is easily the most vulgar of the four, with his albums regularly carrying "explicit content" warnings.White's first major comedy album, Drunk in Public, was a commercial success, going gold in the wake of the Blue Collar tour's peak of success. One of his most notable jokes is a long Shaggy Dog Story wherein he is arrested for public intoxication.YMMV about his works here.
Ron and his comedy provide examples of the following:
The Alcoholic: The Sophisticated as Hell variant (see below). He always performs with a glass in his hand and gets increasingly inebriated as the show goes on, even making a joke of it when he had a large number of the water bottles most comedians used... and then got rid of them in favor of his decanter. He used to drink whiskey on stage, but has since started drinking his own brand of tequila. This habit makes nights when he has to perform multiple shows interesting, to say the least, for later audiences and he became more and more visibly inebriated during the Jeff Foxworthy Roast, with Larry finally having to take over hosting duties for him.
His book, "I Had the Right to Remain Silent, But Didn't Have the Ability", chronicles how one incident of him drinking resulted in him not being invited back to stay at the Engvall's house.
The drinking on stage isn't just a schtick he uses for an on-stage persona. He really does drink, smoke, and toke constantly throughout the day. He fully acknowledges that he has a problem and that his habits have gotten him into severe trouble, but dislikes being sober so much that being near-permanently inebriated and high is preferable.
All of Them: This was the implication that kept him from getting into a fight with the bouncers when he was thrown out of a bar in New York.
The Alleged Car: One story involved a... botched tire-change job at Sears Auto, which ended with him driving out of the parking lot and one wheel falling right off his van. He should've known something was up when "it took three hours to change four tires."
The "Tater Salad" story. Short version: he was arrested for DUI when he was young. Since it was a small town, he had known the cop personally for a long time. When the cop — who of course had to follow procedure – asked him if he had any aliases, Ron sarcastically responded "Yeah. They call me...'Tater Salad.'" Twenty years later, while being arrested for being drunk in public in New York City, the officer ran his record and asked him "Are you Ron 'Tater Salad' White?"
The guy who didn't put the lug nut back on his van.
Cool Car: Thought the van he owned was one. His relatives disagreed.
Ron: I bought this big two-story custom van back when I was married. I forgot to tell you this, it was getting kinda cool, it had the James Bond couch in the back, when you push a button, the couch automatically turns into a bed, and I was like, "Well, that's cool." I finally got something over those Mercedes-Benz-driving in-laws of mine, you know what I mean? When I first bought the van, I was real proud of it. I took it straight over to my brother-in-law's house to show it off, 'cause he's such a prick. He takes one look at my new van and he goes [in snobbish accent] "I can't believe you didn't buy a Mercedes-Benz." They don't make a van. "Ron, I don't think you fully understand the intricacies of Mercedes-Benz engineering. Why, I got the three-inch windshield wiper that keeps my headlight clean in a rainstorm." I got a place to fuck your sister. I don't know why they didn't like me.
Deadpan Snarker: Oh so much. When referring to a man who planned to ride out a hurricane by tying himself to a pole, on the grounds that he was in great physical shape and could withstand the wind:
Okay, uh, let's get something straight. It's not that the wind is blowing, it's what the wind is blowing. If you get hit by a Volvo, it doesn't matter how many sit-ups you did that day.
One time while flying on a small jump jet flight, the pilot announces that one of the engines has lost some oil pressure. Ron is drunk enough to not care, but the guy next to him is in a complete panic.
Guy next to Ron: Hey man, hey man, if one of these engines fails, how far will the other one take us?
Ron: All the way to the scene of the crash. Which is pretty handy because that's where we're headed. I bet we beat the paramedics there by a half hour. We're haulin' ass.
When informed that he was being arrested for "drunk in public", he responded with "I didn't wanna be drunk in public, I wanted to be drunk in a bar! They threw me into public, arrest them!"
He took his two dogs to go pee in front of a bank, next to a sign that said "No Dogs". When he was approached by an angry employee and told "The sign says "No Dogs"!", his response was "The sign's wrong. It should say "Two Dogs"!"
Functional Addict: He used to drink, pop, snort, shoot, and smoke pretty much anything he could get his hands on and was well on his way to an early grave. He's since gotten his usage down to a level where his name won't pop up in a headline associated with an overdose.
Gag Penis: During a cruise to Santorini, Greece, he encounters a man that must have had a fully grown squirrel stuffed into his speedo. He meets him again, this time at a nude beach...
Apparently the squirrel was eaten by an anaconda.
Not So Different: If he were in his position, he would've had a frame around it.
Gay Aesop: "The most useless thing you can be is homophobic"/"We're all gay, it's just to what extent are you gay." (The latter is a possibly unintentional reference to the Kinsey sliding scale of human sexuality developed by sex researcher Alfred Kinsey.)
I Need a Freaking Drink: In the third Blue Collar movie, when Larry starts telling "'joke' jokes", Ron gets up and goes to the bar on stage and fixes himself a drink. Jeff asks him if the show was running a little long for him.
Ron: They hurled me out of that night club, and then they decided to square off with me in the parking lot. But I backed down 'cause I didn't know how many of them it was going to take to whip my ass, but I knew how many they were going to use. That's a handy piece of information to have, right there.
Must Have Nicotine: One of his trademarks is that he smokes while performing. He used to smoke so much that he wouldn't measure his cigarette usage by how many packs he went through a day, but by how many disposable lighters he'd empty. He's since moved onto smoking cigars, which don't take as much of a toll on his respiration.
Overly Long Gag: The "Tater Salad" story again. He spends nearly 45 seconds imitating a telegraph, and lampshades the length by saying, "This part takes a while."
Ron: This guy was coming up with all these arguments and I just said, 'Yeah well FUCK YOU!!!'
Ron: I thought I had won. The other guy was speechless. I thought that's what we were supposed to do.
Product Placement: Averted; in one of his specials, he admitted that he pours his scotch out of one of his own bottles instead of a bottle with a label (e.g. Jack Daniels or Jim Beam) because he's not getting sponsored by any particular manufacturer. Considering he goes on to describe it as "the kind [of whiskey] you drink if you're gonna die penniless", the manufacturer's probably glad about it.
"...it's good, though!"
Those with a keen eye can see that (at least during the third Blue Collar film One For The Road) that he is drinking Johnnie Walker Blue Label, which is a high-class and expensive scotch, costing, on average, $200 a bottle here in the U.S.
He's started drinking his own brand of tequila on stage.
Refuge in Audacity: His story about going across a "rickety-freaking-bridge" with a 5 MPH speed limit...wherein he got a ticket.
Cop: Do you have any idea how fast you were going? Ron: I dunno, eight? Nine? My foot slipped off the brake. Cop: I clocked you going eleven miles an hour; that's over twice the legal limit. Ron: (holds hands out in "cuff me" gesture) Take me to jail. I'm begging you. I'll make a million bucks telling this story if you take me to jail for going eleven miles an hour.
Retired Badass: He was formerly in the US Navynote Although, by his own admission, he was so drugged up at the time that he was kicked out of the military without completing his term of service, and was also a rodeo bronc rider in his younger days.
Running Gag Talking about the stuff his fans Bought him.
" ...that you guys (addressing the audience about one of his cool toys ) bought me."
Seashell Bra: "I didn't know this. If you find a girl wearing a seashell bra, and you pick her up, and put her to your ear, you can hear her scream. I thought I'd hear the ocean, but not over that bitch."
Shoulder Angels: In a skit where he recalls committing an act of infidelity:
You know that little guy that sits on your shoulders that reminds you of your prior commitments and your moral fortitude? I didn't hear a peep out of that guy! He hadn't been laid in three months, either! He was speechless for like 20 minutes, then he went, "Suck her titties!" "I was gonna!" Soon as the whole thing's over, he's back at his post: "That was wrong, mister!" I'm like, "20 minutes ago, you were beatin' off on my shoulder, monkey boy!" I fuckin' hate him, man. He smokes pot. He burned a hole in my other jacket. (beat) Right before the show.
Toilet Humor: "Ever take a crap so big, your pants fit better?"
White Sheep: Quite a few of his fans really don't like the other Blue Collar guys.
It does make sense, though, as Ron (though not trying to be disrespectful to his colleagues) did not want to be classified as a "redneck" comedian. This was the main reason he didn't join the others on Blue Collar TV, though he did make an appearance or two throughout its run.
You Say Tomato: One of his bits is making fun of a person pronouncing "coupons" as "KOO-pins".