One of the texts in the second edition book provides us with a werewolf named Teddy visiting a Wolf-Blooded's apartment, only to be disgusted by how dirty the place looks. Leading to this line:
"You're supposed to have the blood of a wolf, not a pig."
Later in the text, while discussing with his Pack, learns the Wolf-Blooded in question, Louie, once put his hand "someplace it didn't belong" with his female packmate Dorothy. Which resulted in Dorothy almost breaking his hand. Teddy admits with a grin he would have loved to see that.
In a later part, Teddy and Dorothy's foster brother, Ohta, are investigating on a Belishu murder in the sewers, and get approached by a detective who suspects them of the murder and tries to arrest them. The two werewolves give so little crap about him it's actually kind of hilarious.
Detective: Put your hands on your head and kneel on the ground!
Ohta (unfazed): I'm not kneeling in this place. I'm wearing shorts.
The Second Edition grants new abilities for some of the forms. The name for one of the Dalu's new abilities? "Badass Motherfucker".
Some of the Ghost Wolves stereotypes are pretty funny as well:
As if to confirm the Ghost Wolves' opinion, the Hunters in Darkness' stereotype toward the Pure literally is just an Evil Laugh.
The opening fluff for the Rahu in second edition follows a Rahu werewolf near the end of a hunt for a spirit. During the struggle, she shifts into her near-human form. She waits for the spirit to charge her...and it doesn't. Then she realizes the problem-she's still in her near human form. She whispers an apology, saying she meant no disrespect, then shifts into her war-form (a full on man-wolf that is the Urathas favored battle-form) and the spirit charges. It's clearly meant to show the respect that can be shared between predator and prey, but just the image of the two of them just...pausing, in the middle of pitched combat because the Uratha isn't in the right form can inspire a chuckle or two.