"He'd be damned if any slopes gonna put their greasy yellow hands on his boy's birthright, so he hid it, in the one place he knew he could hide something: his ass. Five long years, he wore this watch up his ass. Then when he died of dysentery, he gave me the watch. I hid this uncomfortable piece of metal up my ass for two years."Quite simply, this trope covers the act of putting something into or pulling something out of a character's rectum—or, alternately, merely implying the act. Usually, this is done for comedy; however, it's inevitably an object-version of a Black Comedy Rape. A variation of this trope is to give a character a rectal examination, an enema, a rectal laxative, or some other similar medical procedure, whereupon Hilarity Ensues. Often, just having the character bend over while the physician or Battleaxe Nurse snaps on a rubber glove is enough to play the joke. In Science Fiction and Alien Abduction stories, this is usually an Anal Probing. Sometimes paired with All Gays Are Promiscuous, to demonstrate that gays chase Anything That Moves. Also see Trouser Space, Bowel-Breaking Bricks, Orifice Invasion, and Thermometer Gag. Nose Shove can be a variation used in child-friendly works. See Mr. Seahorse and Homosexual Reproduction for when the ass in question belongs to a male and the object in question is an infant. Truth in Television, but such things are almost never as funny or as safe as they are in fiction. Don't Try This at Home, for reasons we hope are obvious. note Not to be confused with Ass Pull, which is when a plot device or explanation seems so poorly contrived as to have a rectal genesis (although sometimes both happen to walk hand-in-hand—or rather, dance cheek-to-cheek). See here for a compilation of this trope.
— Captain Koons, Pulp Fiction
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- Suggested in a commercial for pretzel M&M candies.
- Two guys have their heads literally in their asses in this commercial for a texting service.
- The Big Dig, Explained.
- You can find a video on YouTube of an old beeper commercial where Emmanuel Yarbrough (the largest athlete in the world) goes against another sumo wrestler. The smaller wrestler drops down and crawls between his legs. The bigger wrestler sits down. We are treated to a few slurping sounds as well as the smaller wrestler disappearing. Seeing the other wrestler gone, he shrugs and walks away, and we see the smaller wrestler shoulder deep in his ass. The video can be found here.
- There was a commercial where a guy was skateboarding. He tried to do the railing trick where you glide down the railing on the skateboard, but he fell, and the skateboard ended up in his butt with some of it sticking out.
Anime & Manga
- Attack on Titan:
- Team Dad Reiner claims this is the other way to kill a Titan. That some of his comrades think he's serious makes it a Crowning Moment of Funny during an otherwise bleak situation. It gets arguably funnier when you realize that Reiner himself is a Titan.
- Another soldier, trying to get a Titan's attention, threatens this (the Titan's expression when it turns on him would almost suggest that it even understood).
- In Boku no Sexual Harrassment, a guy first gets the contents of a bourbon bottle poured up his anus and then has a whole corn shoved up it as punishment for being a rapist. And more specifically, for forcing Mochizuki aka the uke of the series to be his Sex Slave. And Mochizuki is the one who, with the help of the seme Honma, came up with this "revenge". The corn part has reached massive levels of infamy among anime fans, specially after being featured in AMV Hell.
- In Cross Ange, happens to main heroine Ange in the first episode. She's imprisoned in a dungeon, where she's forcibly bent over and manacled to a table. She's then given a rectal cavity search so vicious, that it leaves her lying in a pool of blood.
- A Cruel God Reigns plays the trope straight in a horrifying way when Greg uses the wooden Easter egg Valentine gave Jeremy on Jeremy before raping him.
- During Ninja Murasaki's fight with Goku in Dragon Ball, Murasaki jumps into the air and Goku positions his magic pole in such a way that when Murasaki lands, it ends up lodged up his ass.
Goku: Ahahahahahaha! Now you have a tail, too! Just like I do!
- To make it even more painful, he accidentally jerks it around when he hits against a tree and Goku yanks it right out when he wants it back.
- In Fairy Tail, after every Bar Brawl, Max is knocked out with a broomstick up his ass.
- Envy of Fullmetal Alchemist gets kancho'd in a big way. His reaction is so very outraged by it, it borders on a Crowning Moment of Funny.
- In Gamaran, there's Kashitarou, a genius teen studying both anatomy and martial arts, who also happens to be a pervert with the recurring fantasy of sticking apples or tangerines up women's asses. He offered to do this twice to the same girl, and both times he got beaten for his trouble.
- In the Ginga Densetsu Weed manga, a running gag has Sasuke shoving either a long pole or his paws into GB's butt during comic relief moments.
- Gintama loves this, with Hattori and Kondo being the most frequent victims of it. They aren't always so fortunate as to be wearing pants or underwear when it happens, either.
- Kondo willingly subjects himself to it on one occasion when Otae suggests the aforementioned "Spring onion up the butt" remedy for his influenza. Having him do it outside while naked (In the dead of winter), standing on one leg and posing with two other onions was something she added in just because she knows how willing he is humiliate himself at her demand.
- Doman gets subjected to this from Gintoki, who hits him with a kancho multiple times while Gedomaru bends him over, and was also given the same treatment from Seimei in the past (Which is a joke on the fact that his family name of Shirino literally means "butt").
- Gintoki spends the majority of the Excalibur arc with Kusanagi using his butt as a makeshift scabbard, since he feels insecure without one. Unfortunately for Gintoki, the sword is able to resist being removed by force, even when Kagura attempts to do so with a truck and a length of rope.
- Girl Friends combines this, Trouser Space, and Victoria's Secret Compartment in the third omake. First, a tiny Akko hides between Mari's breasts, but the train is so crowded that she is getting crushed. Where she moves next is heavily implied.
- The scene right after that shows Akko washing herself by bathing in what seems to be a dark colored liquid. Try not to think too much about the possible reason the water turned that color...
- Gyo plays this trope straight in the least comedic and most horrifying way possible.
- Himouto! Umaru-chan: In one chapter, Taihei catches a cold from Umaru, who goes to the store to get several gross/unpleasant home remedies for him as revenge for him not pampering her when she was sick, including a leek to shove up his butt. When she gets back home and sees how much Taihei is suffering, she feels guilty and instead tries to nurse him back to heath, with an Imagine Spot where she defeats the cold germs (which look like Umaru) with the leek.
- Is This a Zombie? has a Running Gag of Ayumu getting something, usually a bamboo shaft, rammed up his ass. He actually orgasms from it.
- In one of the Kämpfer OAV's, Shizuku de-brainwashes Mikoto via pulling one of these on her. And it's done Thousand Years of Death style... With a cover of the Ode to Joy as backing music...
- Kill la Kill has Sanageyama finishing off Takarada by shoving his bamboo sword up his opponent's ass violently and repeatedly.
- Mahou Sensei Negima!
- A Running Gag in is Chizuru's attempts to test out a folk remedy for fevers, which involves shoving a spring onion up the sick person's ass (as if having a fever wasn't bad enough already). Kotaro and Natsumi are understandably terrified of her. Doubles as a Stealth Pun since a spring onion in Japanese is "Negi".
- It's no longer just a gag: Chizuru does it for real with her artifact (yes, a leek) in chapter 348! And to poor Negi himself!
- In a Mai-HiME sound drama between Episodes 9 and 10, when Natsuki gets sick and her fever rises despite efforts to reduce it, the group turns to the folk cure mentioned in the Negima! example, much to Natsuki's horror and Shizuru's pleasure.
- In Mai-Otome, the same trick is used when Aoi becomes ill, although Arika initially hangs the leek around her neck. Shizuru, when she comes in, proposes the Ass Shove method.
- Non-comic example: it's said explicitly that Munakata of Medaka Box probably has around thirty-something or more swords shoved in there. Yowza.
- In an early chapter of Moyashimon, Tadayasu discovers one of the downsides of going to an agricultural school when he gets volunteered to give a cow a rectal examination. He just stands there with a horrified look on his face, one (thankfully gloved) arm up to the elbow in a cow's butt.
- Akira Shiodome from Nagi-Asu: A Lull in the Sea is very, very fond of kancho-ing people, and he hilariously demonstrates it on his own aunt Chisaki much to the exasperation of his mother Akari.
Tenten: It's just a KANCHO!!!!
- Kakashi has his infamous scene with an unorthodox jutsu called Sennen Goroshi ("One Thousand Years of Death"), where he shoved his fingers up Naruto's ass-crack, and sent him flying. This is based on a real life prank called Kancho. Naruto nearly gets revenge on Kakashi for this during Shippuden's third episode.
- And Naruto used it himself against Gaara. With a kunai. One of the summoned toads thinks it's absurd that Naruto wasted his time giving the giant sand monster "an enema"... and then the kunai explodes. Ouch.
- Lampshaded by Tenten, in the fourth chapter of the spin-off Rock Lee's Springtime of Youth.
- The male characters, such as the Sextuplets and Iyami, of Osomatsu-san can be victim to having flag poles shoved up their asses.
- One-Punch Man: Puri-Puri Prisoner is revealed to keep his cell phone up his ass. Which actually makes sense, as his fighting style consists of his muscles ripping his clothes to shreds before beating the crap out of the enemy.
- In Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt, Brief accidentally swallows Panty and Stocking while they were shrunken. After a while, the two are near the end of his digestive tract, but get stuck. Garterbelt straps Brief down and shoves his hand up Brief's butt to retrieve them, despite Brief's horror and protests. Afterwards, Brief is incredibly miserable and sore.
- A skit in episode 1 of Please Tell Me! Galko-chan discusses this. Galko even mentioned when she was in elementary school, a boy attempted to do this on her and broke his finger in the process. According to chapter 20, that boy is Charao.
- In Pokémon, Croagunk has taken up Misty and Max's role as the one to take Brock away from girls (before he makes a complete fool of himself), by using Poison Jab, paralyzing him. It's almost always depicted as Brock being stabbed in the ass. It's still better than the alternative, where Croagunk cockblocks him.
- Pokémon Special. A girl in Fortree is busy getting her Zigzagoon out of a tree when the branch breaks and sends them both on a messy fall—or it would have been if Sapphire didn't jump down (from a higher altitude, no less) and catch the branch with her bare hands, occupants and all. The girl notes that her Zigzagoon isn't feeling too well and needs to get it to a Pokémon Center; Sapphire saves her the trouble, produces a berry, and feeds it to the Pokémon, curing it of its affliction. Where this trope comes in is how she came to this conclusion—she sticks her nose up its butt!
- Kiyoshi from Prison School gets a stiletto heel and later on part of a tree branch lodged on his anus. Despite bleeding profusely from his butt in both cases he takes his injury surprisingly well.
- Another not-comedic example in Sakura Gari: one of Katsuragi's torture methods against Masataka included him forcibly shoving a household object up the guy's anus right after having raped him.
- Seitokai Yakuindomo
- It was briefly mentioned in that at a time Yokoshima was a student in the Ousai Academy, the aforementioned kancho was a common prank.
- What was in Aria's mind when the topic of "temperature tolerance" included, among others, a large enema syringe, implying she would do this... should Shino didn't clarify what was in the latter's mind.
- One time, Sgt. Frog is forced to study overnight, and assorted devices are used to keep him awake. One splashes water into his face. Another drops a tin bath on his head. A third one involves a massive Kancho prop made of plastic and mounted under his chair... with a pretty powerful spring.
- In Seven Mortal Sins, when Lucifer gets hospitalized, her enemy Belial disguises herself as a nurse, and subjects Lucifer to a humiliating and extremely painful suppository.
- Slam Dunk: Hanamichi Sakuragi does it to Ryonan's coach, Taoka. Let's remember that Sakuragi is extremely strong, almost superhumanly so, and that he doesn't know what "holding back" means. The mere memory causes poor Taoka to jump from his seat and grab his ass... several weeks afterwards.
- The "attack" used by Gimmy of Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann in the very NSFW fifth Parallels Works video. Which is based on a scene in the Hot Springs Episode that didn't air on television, where Kamina and Simon try to see the girls on the other side of the wall and Gimmy is confused by their order to "find a hole".
- In the second season of The Tower of Druaga, little kid character Ki fights soldiers and people that annoy her by employing this technique with a spoon.
- In Urayasu Tekkin Kazoku, minor recurring character, Shonji Anagawa, is very passionate with the kancho, striking his victims with his "44 Kancho" which he coined. It's an addition which this series run on toilet humor.
- YuYu Hakusho: Yusuke performs a kancho on Kuwabara before the Chapter Black arc.
- It is implied that this is where Max of Sam & Max: Freelance Police keeps his gun, though it's still none of your damn business. Though maybe later, when everyone's sitting down, he'll tell us.
- Deadpool has Hammerspace-like abilities which he once explained as "involving an awful lot of lubricant".
- In the first phase of Zenith, the final battle with the Eldritch Abomination villain takes place inside it's colon. Though, thanks to Bizarre Alien Biology it quickly becomes a field of mouths and eyes.
- In an issue of the older Batman comics, Robin's tackling of a bad guy from behind places his face too close to said bad guy's posterior to be comfortable.
- In The Sandman, Loki tells the Puck about a prank he once played on the "not very bright" Thor. Disguised as a doctor, he convinces Thor that he's pregnant and tells him to lie face down and wait for him to deliver the baby. Loki then feeds him a gallon of castor oil and sticks a cork up his butt, then goes off to sleep with Thor's wife. Eight days later, Thor is still lying there waiting when Ratatosk, the squirrel of the World Tree, comes by and, curious, pulls the cork out, releasing eight days' worth of backed-up feces. Thor picks up the stunned Ratatosk, embraces him, and says "You're ugly, you're hairy, and you're covered in shit. But you're mine, and I love you!"
- A short but full-color Judge Dredd story introduces The Great Arsoli, whose act involves pulling ever larger things from his nether regions. The last is his lovely, smiling assistant. Dredd arrests him for not declaring those items through customs.
- A rather nasty Ass Shove occurs in Preacher (and given the general nature of the series, that's really saying something) when Jesse is attacked by a psychotic goth punk with a sword. Though the actual act occurs off-panel, the next page shows the sword tip poking out of the man's stomach and the hilt protruding from the seat of his pants. Ouch.
- An even worse one where Jesse uses the Word of God when telling the asshole sheriff to go fuck himself. As the paramedics explain to the sheriff's son, they can't pull his father's severed penis from his rectum.
- In the "Good Ol' Boys" arc, Jodie is tricked into pit-fighting a gorilla and is given a baseball bat as his only weapon. After winning, he asks the promoter if he needs the bat back.
- Something similar occurs in Sin City - The Big Fat Kill. Miho apparently shoves her katana up a merc's ass. We see the hilt behind him and the tip protruding from his face. Considering the angle, that's exactly what happened. In the same story, Jackie-Boy slips and falls on Miho's swastika shuriken and it gets stuck in his backside.
Jackie-Boy: DON'T NOBODY LAUGH! THIS ISN'T FUNNY!
- Thankfully averted in Warlock and the Infinity Watch. Most of the Watch keep their Infinity Gems on their foreheads, but Drax swallows hisnote and when Pip is asked where his is, he is seen walking away from the camera with the focus suspiciously close to his backside. A later issue reveals that he somehow stored it between his toes.
- A rather serious example is implied in a two-part story in Spider-Man's Tangled Web featuring Tombstone as a Villain Protagonist. While in prison, he recruits small-time super-villains Hyno Hustler, Rocket Racer, and Big Ben to work for him, and in an early part of one issue asks what they've managed to "hold onto". Racer says he has some vaseline, and Tombstone says that "might be useful". Later, after Tombstone is beaten up by a corrupt corrections officer working for the Kangaroo, he manages to smuggle a knife into his cell. When Racer asks where he got it, Tombstone says, "Hid it. Told you the vaseline would be useful." (A career criminal like Tombstone would probably be good at a trick like this, which Real Life convicts can and do manage on occasion.)
- When Bob's Player Character is exploring Uzer's pyramid in Knights of the Dinner Table, he finds a valuable-looking medallion. He has his character "keister" it so he doesn't have to share it with the others. This turns out to be instrumental later, when it's revealed to be a component for the Scepter of Five Parts. Amusingly, Bob had actually forgotten about it, meaning it's been... keistered for some time.
- One of the "superheroes" in The Boys apparently has a fetish for getting screwed by his own gun(s) and licking them afterwards.
- In the JMS iteration of Squadron Supreme, Emil Burbank once shoved Tom Thumb (who, as his name suggests, is quite small) up Shape's rectum, ostensibly to gauge the feasibility of using Shape to smuggle things into battle. Knowing Burbank, his actual intention was probably just to make both Shape and Thumb miserable out of spite.
- In Nodwick, after Artex and Yeager do something that actually succeeds in making her angry, Piffany threatens to "deliver religious literature to [them] every day for the rest of [their] lives as a suppository!" if they don't fix it.
- This trope is exploited by Ranma in the fanfic Smartarse ½. Ranma beats up Kunō for the first time, then writes "At least it can't possibly get any worse" on his forehead. When Kunō reads the phrase out loud, a Battleaxe Nurse walks in while putting on a rubber glove and orders Kunō to bend over. Much screaming occurs.
- Sailor Moon Abridged: All the cool devices Luna produces for the cast come right out of her butt.
- I'm a Marvel... and I'm a DC: An early After Hours episode has Superman carrying Wolverine off-screen, slung over his shoulder.
Superman: Easy, Logan. I've gotcha.
Wolverine: You've got me, huh? Guess who's got you?
- In Chapter 114 of Odd Ideas by Rorschach's Blot, "Tales from the Hogwarts Hospital Wing", most of the maladies Madame Pomfrey treats are the result of something sexual. Draco keeps "falling" on long, vaguely cylindrical objects, or in one instance, twenty golf balls, that go up his rectum and become lodged in his colon. In another of his works drunk!Shinji does this to EVA 03.
- For a while in Dr. Jackson's Diary, there's an on-base betting pool over who makes the pleasured moans during rectal exams. It's Major Davis.
- There's a line from Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series making note of Marik using Hammer Space: "Now I'm going to use my Millennium Rod, which I keep clenched between my buttocks..."
- Variation in Hivefled; Dualscar ends up dying with a gun up his nook.
- Chapter 32 of What Lies Beyond the Walls has Benrath shoving pine cones, followed by a spear, inside Jurlick's anus.
- The "keeping things in your ass" version is implied in Light and Dark The Adventures of Dark Yagami when Dark pulls his cell phone out of his "secret place" in his pants.
- A common meme in Touhou Project fanworks is to have the character Kamishirasawa Keine "cave" somebody, meaning she uses her horns to perform this trope. This is usually Played for Laughs.
- Kid Icarus Uprising 2: Hades Revenge has this move used for combat. The various villains have felt First Blades, and at one point, a lightsaber, enter their rectal cavity. Pit2 is especially bitter about Cloud inflicting this upon him, and constantly carries around said First Blade, with the intent of shoving it up Cloud's ass.
Films — Animation
- Done in the epilogue of Toy Story 3, when Mr. Potato Head discovers the Peas-In-A-Pod popping out of his rear hatch.
Mr. Potato Head: I told you kids, stay out of my butt!
- Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted had a kid shooting spitballs at an elephant trying to balance on a ball. Unfortunately, the elephant overbalances, and rolls towards the offending kid. No prizes for guessing what happens next.
- The Missing Link: What the dragon says after Oh shoves a cork up his butt.
Dragon: He stuck a cork up my ass!
Films — Live-Action
Hancock: And you drew the short stick, 'cause your head's going up my ass.
- Hancock's favorite threat is that he'll shove the head of one of the guys bothering him up another's ass. And he actually does it in prison (accompanied by the Sanford and Son theme music).
- At the start of the movie, he makes this threat against a whole car full of Hispanic gang members, ending in this gem:
- Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
- Austin and Felicity Shagwell are in a tent unpacking gear to infiltrate Dr. Evil's island base. Their silhouettes look like Felicity is pulling various stuff—including twelve feet of rope and an umbrella—out of Austin's posterior... to the astonishment of Evil's mooks watching outside.
- Felicity is ordered to plant a homing device on Fat Bastard by any means necessary. She complies by having sex with Fat Bastard, and then planting the device by shoving it—you know where—thinking that he's so fat he won't notice. Unfortunately, he does... and assumes it's some type of kinky foreplay, causing him to develop a "crush" on her (what follows is the most disgusting scene ever to hit the big screen, when Austin performs a one-man version of "Two Girls One Cup").
- Jim Carrey seems to have a fair amount of his films involving this.
- In The Mask, Stanley Ipkiss uses the mask's powers to get back at his shady car mechanics by shoving exhaust pipes up their asses. It makes more sense if you remember to call them "tailpipes".
- Bruce Almighty. The title character uses god-powers to exact ironic revenge on some guys who taunted and attacked him earlier in the film. Really the wrong time to say that the chances of something happening were as low as the chance of a monkey climbing out of your ass. Worse, when he's done with the monkey, he has it go back where it came from. So: a Butt-Monkey produces a butt monkey.
- In the uncut version of Me, Myself & Irene, Charlie's "sons" punish a big-mouthed cop for insulting their "father" in front of them by shoving a chicken head-first into his backside.
- A variation occurs in Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls. When Ace is trapped in an overheating mechanical rhinoceros (It Makes Sense in Context), he has to escape by pushing out through the "back door"... only to be spotted by tourists on safari who think the rhino is giving birth.
- Fletch. The title Intrepid Reporter undergoes a rectal exam from a proctologist while masquerading as a patient.
Fletch: You know, my kidneys feel a lot better in this position? Maybe it's because I'm not doing any calisthenics. You know, if I did some sit-ups in the morning... bent over like this, I feel 100% better (squish!)... Moooooooooooon riveeeeeeeeeeeer! Thank you, Doc.
- The Jackass Movie
- One of the "stunts" in the first movie involved Ryan Dunn inserting a toy Hot Wheels car into his rectum. The crew then filmed the reactions of the doctor when Ryan explained how he had supposedly passed out at a Frat Party and woken up that way.
- In the second movie, Bam Magera gets a golden dildo launched into his anus by one of those carnival "test-your-strength" games. And from the same movie, the Butt Chug.
- Another one in Jackass 2.5 involved tying a kite to anal beads in his ass.
- In Rush Hour, this is Carter's response to being offered a job at the FBI (via an FBI badge) by the two FBI agents who were heckling him throughout the movie.
Carter: Why don't ya'll...take that badge...and shove it up your ass. All up in your asses. I'm LAPD.
- The whole "your father's watch" scene from Pulp Fiction.
- Man on Fire. Creasy uses the following Jack Bauer Interrogation Technique on a corrupt police officer. The thimbleful of C4, as promised, produces Impressive Pyrotechnics while Creasy demonstrates his Unflinching Walk.
Creasy: Do you know what this is?
It's a charger used by convicts to hide money and drugs. They tuck it up their rectum.
This is pencil detonator, timer, used as a receiver from the pager.
This is C4, highly explosive; you put it all together you've got a bomb, not very sophisticated, but very powerful.
(whispers) That's what you have in your ass right now. Don't move! Don't move!
- Hinted at inPirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. That was a damned big gun, too.
- Also hinted (but with a mere handgun) at Tropic Thunder.
- The movie version of Undercover Brother literally puts his foot up someone's arse (yes, there's even an X-ray to demonstrate).
- Police Academy
- The first movie features a scene where Lieutenant Harris suffers a motorcycle mishap and lands headfirst up a horse's ass.
- Also, the second movie has Mahoney somehow getting Lieutenant Mauser subjected to a body cavity search (complete with Glove Snap by the nurse who does it).
- Little Nicky has a Running Gag about Hitler getting a pineapple shoved up his ass every day in Hell, with the demons forcing him to always choose the largest one. Later, he gets a demonic flask, which contains demons Adrian and Cassius, emptied up the ass.
Hitler: Holy schnit!
- Jim Levenstein gets a trumpet shoved up his butt in American Pie 2. Michelle, who in the first film tells him she shoved a flute up her pussy, does it to him, being all kinky and everything.
- Non-comedy example: In Crank: High Voltage, Chev Chelios escapes from a makeshift hospital (where his organs were to be harvested) with a gunfight that ends with him shoving a pump-action shotgun up his opponent's ass.
- Similarly, from Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead: "Buckwheats for everyone!"
- Dance Flick begins with a dancer accidentally shoving his head up his ass.
- Once Upon a Time in Mexico has Sheldon Sands, who appears to have a mild preoccupation with this trope.
- The Love Guru has a barroom brawl that ends with a character having a pool cue shoved up his butt.
- The DVD version of Scary Movie 3 has an alternate ending where farmer George turns into the Incredible Hulk to fight off an alien attack. One fight move involves shoving an alien up his butt.
- The Brazilian film Tropa de Elite/The Elite Squad has the BOPE squad menacing sodomy with a broomstick as part of the interrogation.
- The Running Man. Amber Mendez steals the raw footage of the Bakersfield Massacre and tucks it away, but is captured. Later she produces the tape.
Ben Richards: Where did you hide that?
Amber: It's none of your business.
- In one of the Eddie Murphy's Dr. Dolittle films, a dog's anus swallows a thermometer during a veterinarian's examination. It has to be "retrieved manually".
- In the film Papillon, the title character describes prisoners as "The only animals that shove things up their ass for survival." Usually money, although Dustin Hoffman's character kept a spare pair of glasses down there.
- Orlando Jones's character has to make a trip to the emergency room after an alien bug has burrowed up his backside.
Nurse: I'll get the lubricant.
Doctor: There's no time for lubricant.
Harry Block: There's ALWAYS time for lubricant!!
- They also kill the super-evolved amoeba alien by giving it a Head and Shoulders enema—with a firehose. And Harry actually gets sucked into that alien's ass for a minute or so.
- The obvious agreement was made.
- Orlando Jones's character has to make a trip to the emergency room after an alien bug has burrowed up his backside.
- The skit/film shown at the closing ceremony of AmeCon has a doctor prescribe one large glass of "Otaku Juice" a day to someone suffering "Con Withdrawal Syndrome".
Patient: So if I drink this, I'll be cured?
Doc: Oh no, you don't drink it... (brings out rectal syringe and bends him over)
- The direct-to-video Japanese movie Shyness Machine Girl's protagonist fights with a machine gun protruding from... well...
- Averted in Thunderball as Bond is given a large capsule-shaped homing device—he asks what he's supposed to do with it and Q replies "Well, obviously, you... swallow it!"
- Occurs frequently in Another Gay Movie, especially with Andy.
- The woman vigilante of Run Bitch Run! plays it to the extreme, and very unexpectedly, with her rapist. This particular ass shove involves a machete and a lot of reciprocal motion.
- Jennifer from the remake of the film I Spit on Your Grave does something similar with one of her rapists, a corrupt sheriff (who anally raped her), though the weapon in this case is a shotgun. Which she then gets one of the other rapists to fire while it's still in him.
- In the 2005 film Chaos, the title character is enraged at a girl for fatally wounding his son. In revenge, he anally rapes her with a very large hunting knife. It's neither Played for Laughs nor given much of a Gory Discretion Shot and her screams are truly terrifying.
- In the biopic Before Night Falls, imprisoned Cuban writer Reinaldo Arenas smuggles his novel out piece by piece with the help of drag queen Bon Bon (Johnny Depp plays the 'retrieval' scene with amazing aplomb).
- Carry On Henry. The Queen has been thrown into the Tower of London, and asks a sympathetic priest to smuggle a letter out. The priest says he is searched thoroughly by the guards, but there is one place they don't look—he has second thoughts when the Queen produces an enormous scroll.
- Machete. The title character rescues a naked woman, but it turns out to be a trap by the Big Bad. After taking down Machete, she reaches down so her hand is off camera and produces a mobile phone with a squelching sound. Or she took it out of her vagina.
- Shows up in RoboGeisha with the cybernetic AssSword, which is exactly what it sounds like. Considering the rest of the film, it's surprising when the girls point out that using a sword protruding from your ass is not only embarrassing, but also really awkward to use. It doesn't stop them from having a sword fight around a conveniently placed stripper pole.
- One of the rapists in Gutterballs is sodomized with a sharpened bowling pin.
- The Jackhammer Massacre. Is any further elaboration really necessary?
- Described in Beerfest. Barry explains that he once beat a bunch of Thais at a game of ping-pong, and they didn't appreciate losing and shoved a ping-pong paddle... you know where. When one of his friends says that having a ping-pong paddle handle shoved up one's poopchute wouldn't be that awful, Barry elaborates that it wasn't the handle. He's been "shitting pancakes ever since". The protagonists' great-grandmother then replies that she's had plenty of things shoved up her butt. Then again, she used to be a German prostitute.
- Also worth mentioning that during their final matches against the Germans, Todd was partnered with Barry in the pong match. Seriously drunk, he proposed another challenge: the losers of this match has to take their paddles up their asses. Barry & Todd ultimately won, with the Germans they played against proceeding to shove their paddles up their ass. Cue their reaction faces expressing some form of Just for Pun/butthurt.
- The baseball-themed slasher film The Catcher has a man duct taped to a table, and a baseball bat shoved up his rear. The fact that it was a bat that went up there isn't revealed until a little bit later, so it initially looks like the victim was just plain raped.
- Diamonds Are Forever: Diamonds. In a dead body. Flight bound for Vegas.
- Bond: Alimentary, my dear Leiter.
- The Empty Beach (1985). Australian private eye Cliff Hardy is given a Tracking Device by police and told to turn it on when the villains have made contact. To forestall the Obligatory Joke on where to hide it, the detective adds, "If you stick it up your ass, you won't be able to flick the switch!" It's left deliberately vague if Hardy really did hide the transmitter this way.
- Tae-goo, the "Weird", kills two people this way in the Korean film The Good, the Bad, the Weird. When the Japanese soldiers find the bodies, they think he's a pervert.
- Operation: Dumbo Drop: The pills to tranquilize the elephant aren't taken orally.
- In the Belgian movie Man Bites Dog, the protagonist's flautist girlfriend suffers one of these offscreen with her own flute. With, unfortunately, fatal consequences.
- In the comedy film The Interview, Skylark and Rapaport are given a secret package sent to them via missile to North Korea by the CIA. In order to keep it from being discovered by the guards at Kim Jong-un's palace, Rapaport is forced to shove a package the size of a Coke bottle up his butt.
- There's a joke about three explorers who were captured by a native tribe. The natives say that the explorers may survive if they collect and bring back ten pieces of a fruit of their choosing. The first explorer returns with ten berries, and is told he'll go free if he gets all ten inside his anus. He succeeds and is released. The second explorer returns with ten apples and is told the same. He suddenly bursts out laughing; when the natives ask what's so funny, he tells them that the third explorer was collecting pineapples.
- A variation has the third man arrive, have the task explained to him, and choose death after some consideration. The natives then proceed to execute him in the traditional way, by inserting a fatal number of pineapples into his anus.
- Yet another variation has the natives telling them that they will kill them if they make any facial expression whatsoever during the 'challenge', and the one telling the joke is encouraged to announce the number out loud. The first explorer, having something large-ish (like apples), is killed after a few (3-4) for grimacing. The second explorer, having picked something small (berries or grapes), allows the one telling the joke to count up to 7 or 8, then the explorer inexplicably bursts out laughing and gets killed as a result. The two explorers meet in Heaven, and the first one is distressed, asking the second what had happened since he was doing so well... the second explorer, still laughing, says "I just saw the third guy, and he's got PINEAPPLES!".
- There's a Christmas joke that an angel approaches Santa Claus while he's in a bad mood and asks "Where should I put the Christmas Tree?" As you might have guessed, Santa's reply was something along the lines of "Stick it up your ass!" ...and that's why the angel goes on top of the Christmas tree every year.
- One version has him asking for it by saying "Oi, fatty! Where should I stick this?"
- This joke from a WWII vet regarding rectal exams: "Well, first he put his right hand on my shoulder. No, wait, he put his left hand on my shoulder. Wait a minute, he put both his hands on my shoulders." Oh, yeah, the days when man rape was supposed to be funny.
- A doctor is making his rounds through the hospital when he stops to talk to the head nurse. The nurse says , "By the way, doctor, did you know you've got your thermometer stuck behind your ear?" The doctor feels around his ear and says, "Great, some asshole has my pen."
- A farmer looked out his window and saw that one of his cows was near the road and having difficulty giving birth, so he went out and took a hold of the calf's legs and started tugging. Before long a luxury car stopped and a man got out asking if he could help. The Farmer said it would be appreciated. The man took off his Rolex and rolled up his sleeves, and after both men did some tugging the calf came out just fine and healthy. The farmer thanked the stranger, who said "I just have one question... how fast was the little cow going when it hit the big cow?"
- A doctor was surprised when he examined his elderly patient. "Sir... do you know you've got a suppository in your ear?" The old man promptly takes out his cell phone and calls his wife. "Martha, you can stop looking for my hearing aid. I think I know where I put it."
- A hillbilly goes to the doctor for the first time in decades. The doctor prescribes him some suppositories, which he doesn't know how to use but isn't about to admit to some city slicker. A week later, he comes back absolutely furious. "Dammit doc, I took them suppositories like you said and the damn things don't work! One a day for a week with a glass of water, and lemme tell you, I could've shoved'em up my ass and it'd have had more effect!"
- Another variation has the doctor tell the patient to put the suppository "in his back passage." The punchline is the same, but suggests the patient left the supp on a table just inside the back door of his house.
- A man walks into a bar with his pet monkey. He orders a drink while the monkey hops up onto the pool table. The monkey grabs one of the pool balls, shoves it in his mouth, and swallows it whole. The angry bartender tells the man he has to pay for a new ball and the man agrees, paying. The man returns several weeks later, with the monkey. The man orders a drink, while the monkey hops onto the bar and goes for the jar of pickled eggs. He takes out an egg, and shoves it up his ass. Then he takes it out of his ass, and eats it.
Bartender: [disgusted] Gross! Your monkey just ate a pickled egg that he shoved up his ass!
Man: Yeah, ever since that pool ball came out of him, he makes sure to measure everything first.
- Older Than Print: Chaucer's "The Miller's Tale" in The Canterbury Tales features this.
- From Terry Pratchett's Discworld:
- In Feet of Clay, after the golem Dorfl is freed, he visits his previous masters and exacts (non-lethal) ironic revenge on them. As Vimes, Carrot, and Angua chase him, they hear about... incidents... at the poultry merchant's and the pork butcher's.
"Er... I think I've got an ointment that might be—"
"Will it help with the apple?" the man demanded.
"It shoved an apple in his mouth?"
- In Soul Music, this happens to musicians who don't pay the dues to get into the Musician's Guild. Nobby Nobbs mentions that it's not fun unless you're a piccolo player.
- Vimes threatened a comparable punishment for any assassin caught carrying a spring-gonne within Anhk-Morpork city limits. "Rest assured, I can find a short cut." This line makes more sense when you know that people have previously referred to a little place near Lancre where the sun doesn't shine (which, if you know your Disc geography, means the village of Bad Ass).
- The Place Where The Sun Doesn't Shine isn't Bad Ass. It's a deep ravine near Bad Ass so deep that sunlight doesn't reach the bottom.
- The whole bit about the monkey's nut AND the garderobe in Lords and Ladies.
- Self-inflicted by a drop bear in The Last Continent, when it unwisely dropped butt-first onto an unsuspecting victim who happened to be Rincewind. Turns out that pointy WIZZARD hat was good for something after all...
- Vimes actually does this in Night Watch... to a couple of oxen. With ginger. The ensuing carnage changes the course of history.
- In Feet of Clay, after the golem Dorfl is freed, he visits his previous masters and exacts (non-lethal) ironic revenge on them. As Vimes, Carrot, and Angua chase him, they hear about... incidents... at the poultry merchant's and the pork butcher's.
- Edward Whittemore's Quin's Shanghai Circus is full of this.
- In the Brazilian novel O Homem Que Matou Getúlio Vargas (released in English as Twelve Fingers), Henry Maturin of Papillon had a way to leave prison with important stuff such as money: fill up a bamboo with it and shove it up there. The protagonist gets afraid of doing this to himself, so Maturin decides to "carry it" for him ("where one fits, two can!").
- Little Boy Blue is offed in Robert Rankin's Hollow Chocolate Bunnies of the Apocalypse by his shepherd's crook being shoved up his arse and all the way out his mouth. That's gotta hurt.
- In one essay in Stick to Drawing Comics, Monkey Brain!, Scott Adams discusses the acceptable level of ass in a comic strip. One unpublished Dilbert strip included in the article shows a manager getting "face time" with the VP as part of an appointment with him, which consisted of having his head half-buried in the VP's rear.
- In part of Greg Stillson's backstory in Stephen King's novel The Dead Zone, some people who anger him end up with objects inserted in their rectum. To be fair to the character, said people were mooks send to give him a hard time. In a 3 to 1 fight. Armed with brass knuckles. Guess what it is that ends up there.
- In "Rita Hayworth and The Shawshank Redemption" from Different Seasons, this is apparently how Andy smuggled several hundred dollars into jail. And how Red gets his manuscript out... Willing suspension of disbelief (or perhaps Fridge Horror) applies, because the manuscript is better than 100 handwritten pages. Ahem.
- In Bearing an Hourglass, Norton is forced to reverse the course of time for the entire world. While most people don't notice, anyone close to Norton becomes aware that they're doing everything backwards... including one unfortunate man who'd just used the toilet. Despite his struggles to stop himself, the man backs into the bathroom and shuts the door, through which sounds of horror are heard. And the rather confused-looking dog that was behind a nearby bush as well.
- Chuck Palahniuk's short story "Guts" from the novel Haunted 2005. Let's not go into too much detail about this trope's appearance.
- Inverted in Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency, when Dirk demonstrates his facility with stage magic by (apparently) drawing a string of colored handkerchiefs from the posterior of a small dog. And, from Richard's, a slim bunch of anemones. Which he presents to the dog's owner, a little old lady who just watched Richard take off all his clothes and jump into a canal. It makes sense... sort of... in context.
- In the Deathstalker series a woman was forced to approach a man who would decide her fate completely in the nude. She had decided to break clean but she couldn't carry any regular concealed weapon... but a deactivated monofilament blade's handle was relatively easy to hide in the one place the guards wouldn't look.
- In Tom Clancy's Without Remorse, two prisoners hide iron shanks up their arses in order to kill two other prisoners in the shower. "A determined man always has one place he can hide something."
- Sharpe does this with a picklock, which he then uses to bust out of jail. He actually does it "onscreen" too (though not explicitly), making this "Chekhov's Buttscratch".
- In A Deeper Blue, the central receiver for the bugs Katya plants on Juan Gonzales' boat is hidden in her rectum prior to being installed.
- In the third Provost's Dog book, Farmer Cope hides emergency magical supplies in his rectum. This practice allows him and Beka Cooper to escape from the villains and rescue the kidnapped prince.
- In the tenth Captain Underpants book, Tippy Tinkletrousers' Robo-Trousers are equipped with a thermonuclear bomb, which are activated by having a robotic tentacle pull it out through the nether regions. It Makes Sense in Context... sorta.
- In The Windup Girl, getting a champagne bottle rammed up the rear is what leads the titular windup girl to go on her rampage.
- In the Animorphs book "The Sickness", Tobias (a boy turned into a hawk) angrily says Cassie's veterinarian father is a quack because he tried to treat him by shoving a pill up his rear.
- Lisbeth Salander in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is the recipient of a brutal one, and then repays her attacker in kind (giving him a non-consensual tattoo into the bargain.)
- In Papillon, this is critical survival tactic. Shoving a small metal cylinder full of money, called a plan, up the rectum and using the cash to buy supplies or make bribes.
- In Banco, the sequel to Papillon, it's revealed that Papillon held onto his plan; the metal tube used to hide money and valuables up his ass, after his release from prison. Even on the outside it was a good way to protect his cash and he had gotten used to it after fourteen years, he wasn't bothered by keeping it another year or two while he funds his revenge.
- In Michael Shea's The Extra, one of the main characters hides a 20 gauge mini-shotgun and ammo in her rectum and vagina when she goes to take part in a movie shoot (in the future, movie shoots involve extras fighting for their lives against animatronic monsters). A sympathetic make-up artist could tell by her walk that she's keistering something. Instead of snitching, he tells her a location where she can safely take out the gun and gives her a fanny pack to store the ammo.
- Appears regularly on 1000 Ways to Die, usually with loads of squick.
- "Mercury in Uranus": The one about the hospital patient (who has been in the hospital numerous times for sticking objects up his rectum—a common sight in most hospitals) who killed himself when he shoved nine glass thermometers up his butt—all of which broke, gave him mercury poisoning, and cut up his large intestine.
- "Butt Plugged": Also, the recently released convict who, when confronted by an officer, shoves a can of his illegal pepper spray up his ass to keep from violating parole. The cop pushes him against the side of his truck... and bam! Pepper spray in the colon.
- "Eel Effects": The sushi school students who shove an eel up their drunk teacher's butt as payback for the abuse they struggled through during his lessons. More exactly, they pranked the drunk teacher via putting the eel in his pants; then the eel got into the guy's butt and began to bite its way in...
- "Mary Lou Rectum": A washed-up gymnast dismounted off a trampoline... and got a parallel bar support jammed between her vagina and rectum.
- "Fire In The Hole": A Neo-Nazi uses his dim-witted brother, who shoved a hand grenade up his butthole before getting arrested, in a jailbreak plot. The brother tries to poop it out, but it doesn't move. The Neo-Nazi tries to retrieve it by using a gloved hand up his rectum. He only succeeds in retrieving the pin and not only kills his brother, but also dies in the explosion.
- "Colon-Gross-Oppy": A tomboyish college student competes with her male roommates in gross-out contests. She tries to one-up them in a farting contest by sticking a can of whipped cream in her bum to produce gas. Unfortunately, she dies from massive hemorrhaging since the gas in the can causes internal necrosis and hemorraghing.
- "Critter in the S***ter aka Ferret in the Hole": A ferret legger (someone who tries to see how long he can hold ferrets in his pants) cheats by starving his ferrets to make them more calm, so they will not squirm or crawl out. This works until one of the poor ferrets goes up his bum and gnaws at his haemorrhoid, which bursts open, causing the man to bleed to death.
- "Hi-Jacked Off": A drug addict who carjacks drivers makes the brilliant decision to hijack a former boxer. The woman decks the carjacker in his face and his anus gets stuck on a tire nozzle, which inflates his intestines and blows his guts out.
- "Ten-Ass, Anyone?": Two McEnroe wannabes play a game of tennis. One of them, who sucks at tennis and has a bad temper, tries to kill the umpire with a broken tennis racket, only to fall over and get that racket shoved up his bum and through his perineum.
- "Water-Logged": In a really weird example, a college student jumps from a cliff into a lake and hits the water at an angle and speed that causes water to rush into his rectum, rupturing his large intestine. He then passes out from massive internal bleeding and pain and drowns.
- Justified in All Creatures Great and Small, since veterinarians sometimes must insert one arm into a cow's rectum to feel for problems with a calf or to guide something they're doing in the uterus.
- In one story, James is routinely taking a cow's temperature and the thermometer suddenly disappears inside her, so he has to get soaped up and go digging for it. This is why, before the advent of digital thermometers, one always tied a string to the non-business end of one's thermometer. Those who still use glass thermometers still do this.
- In a season 3 episode of Babylon 5, Sheridan has to remove his communicator before going into a room to negotiate it with a terrorist. He initially tries to hide it inside his shirt, so Garibaldi can listen in for clues, but Garibaldi points out (correctly, as it turns out), that the terrorist would think to look there. The solution they come up works a bit better, albeit with the drawback that they can hear what Sheridan had for lunch.
- And his touch-activated comlink beeps when he sits down, tipping off the terrorist.
- The second series has the "Baby-Eating Bishop of Bath and Wells" who belongs to a group of clergy who were Loan Sharks. If you didn't pay on time, out came (or perhaps in went) the red-hot poker.
- In Blackadder the Third, when Prince George describes what the Naughty Hellfire Club does to people who don't pay their dues:
Prince George: They pull your breeches down and push a large radish right up your—
Blackadder: —yes! Yes! Yes! All right!... There's no need to hammer it home.
Prince George: As a matter of fact they do often have to—
- Quite often happens in Bottom, both in the TV show and the theatre/movie spin-offs. Items inserted include a pencil, a policeman's baton (complete with side-handle), a stick of dynamite and the entire contents of the next-door flat.
- In the first two episodes of Chris Ryan's Strike Back, John Porter takes a moment (before walking into a terrorist trap) to wrap a swiss army knife in cling-wrap and insert it into his ass. After being captured and verifying that the terrorists are holding the woman he's trying to rescue, he removes the knife and uses it to escape his cell.
- The Colbert Report did a segment where Stephen volunteered for a proctoscopy as part of a stealth Take That! to Glenn Beck.
- Mason from Dead Like Me once tried to smuggle drugs in a condom or balloon he stuck up his ass. Then a drug-sniffing dog caught him, and the security people did a cavity search (and didn't find the balloon, but did rip it; intoxication and something very loud and unpleasant in a bathroom stall ensued). Even worse—Mason was an undead Reaper. Meaning he technically overdosed to DEATH but still had to live through the feeling of overdosing to death.
- From the Sci-Fi Channel movie DeathlandsHomewardBound. The protagonists have been invited to dinner by the local Baron. As he's a mad despot that many would love to kill they're naturally searched by his Sec Men first.
J.B. I can't believe they found every single one of my weapons!
Jak: Even the one you hide up your ass?
J.B. Shove it up your ass!
- Doctor Who: In "Bad Wolf", after being hit by the defabricator ray, Captain Jack produces a small foldable gun out of nowhere while completely naked.
- On ER, someone asked Carter what the strangest thing he'd ever removed from someone's rectum was. He thought for a moment and replied, "Bowling trophy."
- Everybody Hates Chris: Main character and Butt-Monkey Chris is pretending to be a Jerkass in order to impress his crush. That ends when he inadvertently yells at his own mother. There is a dramatic heartbeat during the Discretion Shot, followed by a scene in the hospital where the doctor mentions that, while it could be removed, the shoe was a goner. Insert a truly revealing X-ray for a Crowning Moment of Funny.
- Game of Thrones:
- It's ambiguous whether Brienne's vindictive stabbing of a rapist in "Valar Morghulis" is this or Groin Attack.
- Ellaria threatens the immense Aero Hotah with one in "The House of Black and White."
- Get a Life!: Chris Eliot attempted to befriend a group of toughs despite being warned against it by Brian Doyle-Murray. Chris tries to join the street gang by asking them to play jacks. Cut to Chris painfully returning from the encounter.
Brian: Did they make you eat your jacks?
Chris: No. (pause) ...but they're inside me.
- A recent episode of Holby City involved a doctor shoving a flower into a patient's arse in revenge for his racism towards her.
- A patient has an MP3 player shoved up his rear in the episode "Occam's Razor".
House: Is it the size? The shape? Or just the pounding bass line?
- House also won second place in a weekly "weirdest thing pulled out of an orifice" contest with a laser pointer. The winning item rhymed with "fucchini".
- What caused the majority of his problems in Season 3 was leaving a rectal thermometer inside Tritter... for two hours. To be honest, you could have stuck a rectal thermometer anywhere on Tritter since he was a complete ass. Worse than it sounds though, because Tritter was bent over when he did it, and if he were to move too much, it would shatter inside him.
- A patient has an MP3 player shoved up his rear in the episode "Occam's Razor".
- Kamen Rider Decade
- In the Den-O arc, the Final Attack Ride for Den-O involves attaching the DenGasher to Yuusuke, who is in the form of the Kuuga Gouram, making an Epic Flail. There was a cut to Yuusuke grabbing his ass in surprise when the connection was made, and then, when Den-O starts swinging him around, he was howling in pain...
- The Den-O/Decade movie, which is directly related to the events above, features Momotaros stranded in the past. Several villagers mistake him for the oni they were fighting, and Momo winds up getting an arrow right on the, uh... yeah.
- In the Australian television show Lawrence Leung's Unbelievable, Lawrence received a colonoscopy For Science!! and in the name of interplanetary communications. It was only afterwards that someone told him he wouldn't see results for about two hundred years.
- In one episode of Malcolm in the Middle, Francis gets into an argument with his friends on whether his body can hold 100 marshmallows. Francis proceeds to eat a hundred to prove himself right . . . by 96, he's lying moaning on the floor. One of his friends points out: "We never said he had to eat them - they just have to be inside his body." At which point Francis grabs the last four and swallows them.
- Married... with Children did it too, naturally. Jefferson ends up in the hospital. They look at the X-ray. There up in his lower colon is one of the boots Marcy was wearing in the previous scene.
- In the last episode of the fourth series of Misfits, one of the sins to which Rudy confesses involves inserting a large Mars bar into his arse.
- In the Vegas special, Nathan teleported a casino chip up Marnie's vagina and later pulls a rabbit out of his ass using his Reality Warper powers.
- On MythBusters, one of the tests required a rectal thermometer and Adam Savage. Both he and the paramedic doing it seemed to take it well, with Adam quipping, "Oh Sanjay, will you still respect me tomorrow?"
- Defied in the NCIS episode "Chained". Tony refuses to let Abby plant a tracking device up his butt.
- The Nova episode "Making Stuff Colder", with host David Pogue having to wear a rectal thermometer to test out US Army extreme weather gear. The look on his face when the Army people tell him this is hilarious.
- Red Dwarf: In the episode Backwards, the crew accidentally discovers a parallel universe in which time runs backwards, to the effect that the natives speak backwards, walk backwards, wars are happy occasions on which millions of dead people come back to life, pub brawls end up cleaning up the pub ("Unrumble!"), food gets un-eaten, beer goes from your mouth back into the mug and from the mug back into the tab, and so on. Unfortunately, just before the Dwarfers leave, the Cat decides to take a crap in the bushes, and the other can't warn him in time... Cat appears from the bushes with a horrified expression and his hair standing on end and walks stiff-legged into the shuttlecraft, avoiding the others' eyes.
Cat: Don't ask!!
- In Robot Wars, due to Matilda's design incorporating what is effectively a bare bottom, she has become victim to the robotic version of this on a few occasions, especially from Razer's pincer.
- On Sanctuary, Helen Magnus has an uncanny ability to produce a gun at any given moment. When asked where she produces these guns, actress Amanda Tapping suggests that Magnus pulls them from her "gun bum".
- The Saturday Night Live recurring sketch "Appalachian Emergency Room" always ended with Tyler who had something "accidentally" stuck up there, and his justifications for it.
Dr. Cox: Either this kid has a light bulb up his butt or his colon has a great idea.
- Dr. Cox is looking at an X-ray film print:
"... I was bored."
- To say nothing of the Ass Box, which was made entirely of things taken out of that area.
Kramer: Have you ever met a proctologist? Well, they usually have a very good sense of humor. You meet a proctologist at a party, don't walk away. Plant yourself there, because you will hear the funniest stories you've ever heard. See, no one wants to admit to them that they stuck something up there. Never! It's always an accident. Every proctologist story ends in the same way: "It was a million to one shot, Doc. Million to one."
- The episode "The Fusilli Jerry" has Kramer expounding on the comedy inherent in the proctology profession.
- Later in that episode, sure enough, Frank Costanza falls onto Kramer's title pasta model, and it gets... lodged up there. Last line of the episode is him saying, "It was a million to one shot, Doc. Million to one."
- In the first episode of the third season of Shameless, Frank wakes up in Mexico without any identification. He puts cocaine up his butt and smuggles it across the border in exchange for a fake ID.
- Still Game has Creator/Craiglang's resident war veteran, Shug, describing some of his adventures as a communications officer with the Commandos as he fixes Jack & Victor's answering machine. Actually, a subversion.
Shug: Ye see, ye would think that this (*holds up very small tape) wid be the smallest tape ye could get. Not so! Durin' the war we were issued wi' smaller ones tae take tae the Resistance—when ye were crossing borders ye' had tae secrete them aboot yer person. D'ye ken where I kept mine?
Victor: (Looking bored and smug) Let me guess Shug, up yer arse?
Shug: Naw Victor. That would be the first place they'd look. I tucked them intae my bell-end.
- An episode of Supernatural has Dean retrieve an object from the trunk of the Metallicar. Thanks to some general douchebaggery from The Trickster in this episode, Sam was the car. He comments about how uncomfortable it feels. Later:
- "Where did you get that Holy Oil?"
"You could say we pulled it outta Sam's ass."
- That '70s Show has a Running Gag where Eric's very grumpy and snarky father Red would threaten to shove his foot up people's asses whenever they pissed him off, but he never went through it during the show's run. In the Grand Finale Hyde calls him out on it, asking him if he's ever actually done that. Red then says that he did do it once back on Iwo Jima, but the details are too gruesome for him to say, which is pretty bad considering that Hyde is the only other guy on the show that Red sees as mature and grown up (not even Bob, the only other grown male on the show).
- Red varied the exact wording to make it topical. The page for Red Foreman on the show's dedicated wiki has an extensive list of foot-in-ass quotes.
- Top Gear: Jeremy Clarkson claimed to have been rectally violated by the gearstick of his truck in the Season 12 lorries challenge.
James May: (voiceover) After the gear lever had been removed from Jeremy's bottom...
- In a skit on The Tracy Ullman Show, Tracy played the wife of a proctologist and sung the song "Goldfinger."
- An episode of Vanguard on Prison Contraband documented the things that prisoners snuck into prison and how they snuck them in. This included "keistering".
- In Veronica Mars, a man got drugged and had an Easter egg stuck up his ass. Though most of the other women on the show laughed at it, Veronica pointed out the Double Standard of their response.
- Stephen Lynch:
- "3 Balloons" from the album of the same name is about an extremely ambitious smuggler with a ridiculous quantity of contraband up his rectum.
- "Gerbil" is about a rather unfortunate gerbil. It dies.
Here's some advice, it's very clear-cut:
If you love your gerbil, don't stick him up your butt!
- Gorillaz: Murdoc's gonna feel that tomorrow.
- "London Underground" by Amateur Transplants ends with the line: "Take your Oyster card and shove it up your arsehole..."
- Stab Me In The Back by X Japan is about seeking this via sex with another man.
- King Missile's "Up My Ass" is a list of things that the lead singer shoves up his ass.
- Eddie Murphy's "Boogie In Your Butt" is made of this trope.
- GWAR often shoves things in people's asses.
- Dos Gringos track S.O.S contains a short spoken part, where the narrator has a BSOD at his instructor and yells:
I'm going to shove that red hat so far up your ass, you'll be shitting through mesh for a week!
- Shows up in Toby Keith's controversial "Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue," with the line, "We'll put a boot in your ass; it's the American way."
- Referred to as Corndoggin', the subject is regularly brought up as a running gag in the comedy podcast 'Walking The Room'. Notable examples include the open question as to "Why one gots to go corndoggin' when they know they got frien?" (sic) and the discussion of plans for 'Corndog: The Movie', summed up as "A man puts his arm elbow-deep into another man’s ass, and then they solve crimes.
- Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling had the "anal explosion" match, in which victory could only be achieved by successfully making a firecracker go off in the opponent's ass.
- WWE has twice done skits involving a colonoscopy—both with the same "You have your head up your ass!" punchline and both Gooker winners. And the second came days after a commentator actually had one!
- One of The Rock's (in)famous Catch Phrases. He occasionally adds a few more phrases before shoving in the last three:
"Take [this/that] [noun]... SHIIIIIIIIINE it up reeeeeeal nice... turn that sumbitch sideways, and STICK IT STRAIGHT UP YOUR CANDY ASS!"
- Mick Foley pointed out how unrealistic that is in his second book, Foley Is Good... and the Real World is FAKER Than Wrestling.
- Unforgiven 2006 had DeGeneration X shove Vince McMahon's head up The Big Show's ass.
- Pure Wrestling Association champion Eddie Osbourne had lots of nasty, disrespectful habits he developed due to his confidence to control other wrestlers on the mat with is superior amateur skills, including sticking his thumbs up their butt. This earned him some righteous beating from equal mat technicians who were a lot bigger and stronger than him like Samoa Joe.
- Magic: The flavor text on the Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, or Tenth Edition printings of Might of Oaks.
- The Ass of Holding. Exactly What It Says on the Tin.
- The infamous "arseplomancer" build for Dungeons & Dragons 3.5: the Exemplar class lets you pick one skill which can be used to impress people, and a high enough Escape Artist skill lets you pass through a space narrower than your head. The result is a character who climbs into a guy's rectum in a manner so awesome that everyone in 60 ft becomes undyingly loyal to him. Then the poor guy explodes.
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- In Jerry Springer: The Opera, Jerry's primary motivation in Hell is to not be "fucked up the ass with barbed wire!"
- In The Book of Mormon, Elder Price gets his own copy of the Book of Mormon shoved up his butt by General Butt-Fucking Naked.
- IN Avenue Q, Princeton gets an unexpected one by Kate. He likes it.
- Figuratively implied in the last stanza of "Master of the House" in Les Misérables
- Implied at one point in The Elder Scrolls: Battlespire. When asking a Scamp where it hid the key:
Scamp: Keys? Keys in dark, NASTY place. Near my tail. Want look? See?
- At one point in Knights of the Old Republic, the player character runs into a prisoner who says he'll give you a hacker's tool if he's freed. You can ask him how he has it—wasn't he searched?—and he tells you that they did, but they didn't search everywhere. The player character can then choose to be either Squicked or pragmatic.
- Similarly, in Dragon Age: Origins the player might run into a prisoner who offers a key in exchange for food. If the player asks how he managed to slip the key past his captors' search, he'll answer that he swallowed it and it has... later come back into his possession. The key, upon further examination is... "Strangely warm."
- Implied in Star Wars: Republic Commando where you get these lines:
Boss: Did they find the data?
Scorch: No, I hid it pretty well.
Boss: Where, exactly?
Scorch: Mmmm, you don't wanna know.
Boss: Roger that.
- The Ratchet & Clank series is quite fond of innuendos. The third game in the series is actually named Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal, after all.
Ratchet: Let me outta this thing you Blarg-headed frack monkey! I can barely breathe and my tail feels like it's shoved right up my—! -speech function cuts off-
- And this bit from the opening of Ratchet: Deadlocked, when Al activates the speech function on Ratchet's new armor:
- Baldur's Gate II: Minsc manages to keep Boo hidden from Irenicus's capture party. Supposedly there is ever so much of Minsc to search. And Imoen speaks for everyone by going, "Ew, I don't want to know." Not that Minsc looks anything like Richard Gere, but...
- Burrito Bison Revenge is a Launch Game about a buffalo-man trying to retrieve his wallet from the Gummies that stole it in the previous game. However, the main character also grabs hundreds of dollars from the gummies to be used for upgrades, leading one player on Kongregate to ask where he was keeping his money before he got his wallet back. The developer's response? "You don't want to know".
- The Korean arcade game Boong-Ga Boon-Ga requires players to jab a plastic finger into a protruding butt (euphemistically described as "spanking" in English advertisements). Higher scores are rewarded for stronger pokes.
- Subverted in one of the Splinter Cell games: In a mission you have to get a USB drive from a guy, who has been taken hostage. When you get to him and take you can say "Where were you keeping this? It might be good to know." His response: "Not where you think I had it. I just have experience hiding things."
- Implied in another mission in Pandora Tomorrow, however, where you get another storage device from another hostage, and when Sam asks how he hid it, he says to "just wash your hands when you're done with it".
- Mentioned in the very first mission the player takes, when you have to obtain a Flash drive off of a captured Stalker. When questioned where he hid it, he claims "I didn't hide it down there, so don't worry." Also, when stalkers sitting around campfires begin to play guitar, the way in which they get the guitar out can raise players' eyebrows. It appears out of thin air and they pull downwards, and it sure did not come from their backpack. Sure, it's hammerspace, but still.
- This trailer for Marvel vs. Capcom 3, where a stray attack by Morrigan touches an unsuspecting Deadpool in a bad place. The look on her face when she realizes what she's done is priceless. Or maybe she's just confused by the giant "GYAAAAA" sticking out of the building.
- Arc the Lad: Twilight of Spirits
- In-game example, whenever you have Delma in you party. So, you're in a fight, maybe you're in trouble, one of your characters is in critical condition, you'd really need a healing item... Then you remember that you put one in Delma's inventory. Come on, try and guess where she pulls it from. Exactly.
- Also seen in cutscenes when Darc draws his sword. We don't actually see much apart from Darc reaching toward the hem of his kilt-like garment and seeing the sword in his hand after a sword drawing sound effect. Its never explained where he stows his sword between fights but...
- Tales of Monkey Island
- Near the end of Chapter 5, while Morgan stabs LeChuck after Guybrush has trapped him, Elaine gives the villain one by stabbing him with the Cutlass of Kaflu... let's just say... right in the fundament! And this is an E10+ rated game, too!
- Previously subverted near the end of Chapter 1: when the player tries to use the ancient weather vane on De Singe while he's in the messed up idol, Guybrush will say, "Oh, I'd love to, but I'm pretty sure that De Singe doesn't have the necessary... slots."
- In the fighting game Skullgirls, Cerebella has the kancho version of this trope as a move.
- Inverted in Assassin's Creed II, where Caterina Sforza's rant against the Orsi brothers includes the threat to shove their heads up her vagina; this isn't scripted dialog but something the historical Caterina actually said.
- Tales of the Abyss: In the scene before the final battle with Van, Anise makes this comment:
Anise: We're gonna take the Commandant's ideals and shove them up his ass!
- Marvel: Avengers Alliance has an enemy attack called "Where the Sun Don't Shine", though the sprite animation (thankfully) is just a generic attack.
- Used as a possible solution in a disturbing amount of puzzles in McPixel. Actual success rate of this solution varies.
- Mentioned by a few of Team Fortress 2's characters.
Demoman: (to Engineer) You come wide at me again, boy, I'll stick that wrench right up yer arse!
Demoman: (to Engineer again) Go on and build more o' yer little guns. I'll shove every one of them up yer arse!
Soldier: Merasmus! I am going to pull a rabbit out of your ass!
Soldier: (to Medic) I'm gonna mail my boot to the Kaiser with your ass around it!
Soldier (to Administrator): Then I guess you'd better take me to the gravel pit and shoot me, lady. 'Cause if you ever ask me to kill my friend again, I will put my boot so far up your ass it will be on the news.
- In Guilty Gear one of Faust's overdrives has him do this to his opponent using his oversized scalpel. The vocal responses he gets out of them are rather comical at times (Such as Chipp's "OH YEAH!").
- In Xrd -SIGN- he switches to using a typical kancho... and the overdrive is now cinematic, allowing the players to witness the comical facial expressions of his victims.
- Kokonoe threatens to do this on her 'Help Me, Professor Kokonoe' segment with Hazama. Taken Up to Eleven, however.
Kokonoe: You say that again and I'll fill every hole of yours with my special candy!
- In Conker's Bad Fur Day, the Great Mighty Poo, in his operatic Villain Song, threatens to take Conker's head and ram it up his butt. Conker is noticeably grossed out.
- In South Park: The Stick of Truth, Mr. Slave one-shots enemies by shoving them into his ass. Don't ask how he manages to do so, especially if you call him while you're inside his body.
- Taken to extreme lengths when the New Kid has to shrink down and journey into Mr Slave's ass to defuse a Snuke. Inside (as well as the Snuke), you'll find a number of semen blockages, a condom, an iPhone with an incoming call from Big Gay Al, a flashlight, a vibrator, a live bat, a rodent skeleton, anal beads, Mr Hat, two armed guards, and of course the spirits of the Frog Prince, Sparrow Prince, and Catatafish.
- The Postal 2 Expansion Pack Apocalypse Weekend has this as a possibility in one of its levels where the Postal Dude is running around smashing cow heads with a sledgehammer. It's possible to throw said hammer at the cows as well. If it hits the front, it kills them. But if it hits the back, the hammer... erm... gets stuck. At which point you can pull it out of the paralyzed cow's anus. Making matters worse is the audible *pop* when you retrieve it.
The Dude: Geez. Those things are like black holes!
- In MadWorld, the Dummied Out execution for Jude the Dude has Jack take his revolvers, jam them up his ass and reaming him before firing him up into the air.
- Since most enemies in the Dark Souls series are much taller than the player, the majority of backstabs in these games become ass shoves.
- Bloodborne: An unfortunate, unforeseen consequence of making backstabs in this game work by way of ramming your hand into the foe and ripping it back out, along with making one of the game's enemies a giant boar, is the fact that backstabbing this same boar looks less like a brutal finisher, and more like, well, this trope.
- Salt and Sanctuary: Sometimes you may end up behind a Split Swordsman who has fallen to his knee after being parried, and the result of a backstab can be this.
- In the pre-fight dialogue between Sonya Blade and Erron Black in Mortal Kombat X, Sonya threatens to do this to him with her gun.
- In Pillars of Eternity you can threaten a guard at a drug den with this if your Resolve is high enough.
Watcher: [Resolve 14] Get out of my way or I'll break your sword in half and feed it to you at both ends.
- This happens to Akira in Keisuke's route in Togainu no Chi, in a non-comedic example. One word: screwdrivers.
- How It Should Have Ended has Butch taking a moment to ask himself whether he should entrust his most valuable possession—that watch—to the care of his ditzy girlfriend. A prescient Imagine Spot later (in which he foresees having to shoot one man with a submachine gun, ram another with his car, face down a leatherclad sex maniac, and disembowel another man with a sword, you know, the usual and predictable results), and he chooses to make sure that watch is packed properly.
Butch: In fact... I'm continuing the tradition, baby!
- In Episode 2 of Gorgeous Freeman, Gorgeous, after stripping to his underwear, is somehow able to absorb a moving train into his butt. And then seduces the "Wilsons" with said butt. And then launches the train at the Wilsons.
- Crops up in Collar 6 during a guest strip when Laura needed to hide a vibrator present from Sixx. Ginger went to fetch the bleach afterward.
- In strip #15 of the Touhou doujin Life of Maid, Patchouli gets sick and Sakuya has to take her to the hospital. Eirin prescribes a spring onion in the rear as treatment (see Real Life) and poor Patchy's response is something to the effect of "GET ME OUT OF HERE!"
- The Wheel of Time fan comic WoT Now? has this as a running joke. The first instance is Mat getting his [literal] staff shoved up his arse; it reaches its pinnacle when Rahvin gets a battleship shoved up there.
Rahvin: Umm... I'm going to have a series of sharp implements thrust up my ass, aren't I?
- Happens between robot characters in Questionable Content... long story.
Pintsize: I'm never gonna be able to use that USB port again.
- Schlock Mercenary:
- In the 2001 Schlocktoberfest epilogue, it's stated that the smuggler that brought the diamond-beetle eggs aboard the Princess Tyola as a suppository.
- Action Girl Elf once treated a reality TV host to this trope with one of his own cameras.
- To handle the toxic atmosphere of Ghanj-Rho when the Toughs were going on a mission to get a new set of eyes for Schlock, they are given with a device to filter the toxins out of their blood. They're not, unlike one grunt thought, to be swallowed...
- Implied in The Order of the Stick with Belkar, during an arc in which he's imprisoned, though it could be referring to a number of places.
Belkar: But speaking hypothetically, if I had managed to conceal a Ring of Jumping someplace on my body that I was reasonably certain no one would search...
- Shortpacked!'s take on this trope is extremely... well, just go see it.
- Trigger Star
- Implied in this Times Like This strip.
- Mike and the Redneck Trees. While nothing actually happened, it was only because Peejee allowed her conscience to get the better of her and put a stop to things; otherwise, the audience is led to believe Davan and company would indeed have gone there. So to speak.
- Also mentioned when Davan goes to the doctor and refuses a rectal thermometer.
"I'm not an infant. I'm a grown man who thinks his doctor should be able to check his temperature in other ways, like the forehead, ear, or, and this may seem novel, under the tongue."
"Whatever you say, boy, but you're the first person to ask me to stick a rectal thermometer in his mouth."
- Scandinavia and the World: the Nordic Lodge now only has two rectal thermometers thanks to Denmark's misunderstanding.
- Freefall: Subverted in this strip.
- Implied in MeatShield, by way of a Shout-Out: "Papillon, I need some money..."
- In a strip of Wulffmorgenthaler, the object in question is a dog's snout.
- Ravens Dojo had Dornail wearing a literal fanny pack (as in a latex fanny with a pack inside). It turns out it was a promotional item from his favorite lube company: Sodomease. Seen here, very NSFW.
- Implied to happen in comic #48 of Spider and Scorpion.
- A Gory Discretion Shot in Suicide for Hire shows Arcturus looking down at a beaten victim and mumbling "How did they manage to jam his arm in there without removing his shorts first? Aren't they denim?"
- White Mage in 8-Bit Theater, after Black Mage uses necromancy to unnecessarily move a block of rubble that was only partially in his way. Rather than just walking around it, he animated dozens of corpses to move it, causing it to fall over and crush a number of innocent people to death. (Comics 718 - 721)
White Mage: "This hammer will be introduced to your anatomy in a way that is neither comfortable nor sanitary. The White Mage's oath forbids me from speaking further on this matter, but consider it a guarantee that you will taste splinters for a week when I'm through with you. However, that very same oath precludes me from enacting this extremely warranted if invasive act until I have made every effort to save the lives of those still trapped in the debris."
- While it doesn't actually happen, Let's Speak English does discuss the concept of 'kancho' (mentioned in the Real Life folder. It comes up in the training seminar Mary attends, where she mentions that it could be blocked by clenching, but another ALT teacher mentions that he nearly broke a kid's finger doing that.
- In Kevin & Kell, two poachers make the mistake of going after a rhino who not only has his gardening teammates (including one fox/wolf cross) backing him up, but who is dating a lioness. They wind up atop two Christmas trees in an apparent reference to the tree joke above.
- This LoadingReadyRun video, at around 2:00.
- Start of winter term in the Whateley Universe: Don Sebastiano gets what's coming to him when the mindslave spell on Cavalier and Skybolt fails. Everyone who reads the hospital report cracks up laughing when they get to the part about the doctors having to remove the lamp base.
- The Angry Video Game Nerd shoves horrible / horribly hard Batman games up the Joker's ass in one of his videos.
- The Greatest Freak-out Ever. Steven, having a freak-out in the vid over having his World of Warcraft account cancelled by his mother attempts to shove a remote control up his ass at one point. With his boxers on. And the video is supposedly real.
- This video (in Portuguese) (somewhat NSFW).
- In one Global Guardians PBEM Universe episode, the villainous Eightball manages to smuggle the pieces of a working weapon into a prison in this fashion, far enough up to avoid detection during a body cavity search.
- Chester A. Bum mentions the scene where this happens in Hancock and expresses hope that it happens in The Dark Knight.
"He defeats people by putting them up other people's asses! That better happen in the new Dark Knight movie! The Joker will be like "I am going to kill everyone!" and Batman will be like "You are going inside an ass!" Bloo-bloo-bloo-bloo-splut! THE END!"
- Ferr of the Freelance Astronauts firmly believes that Link is shoving carrots up Epona's ass to make her move faster. Plus the cries of "ASSWINGS" whenever the Song of Soaring is used.
- Filthy Frank: When Salamander Man misbehaved, he got sparklers shoved up his rear end. Subverted in that he enjoyed it.
- A Running Gag in Barney Bunch videos is that characters mention liking to use assorted things as dildos.
- The Minion gets this treatment in Diamanda Hagan's review of Project Million.
Minion: That sniper rifle was a pain in the ass to get through security. Literally...
- When talking about the watch scene in Pulp Fiction, The Nostalgia Critic squirms in sympathy pain at the reminder of how he hated seeing his proctologist.
- In the 80's Dan Christmas Episode, a drunk Mrs. Crabtree shoved a Christmas tree star up there.
- Darwin Award
- An Urban Legend recounted on the site starts with two youths trying to sneak into a rock concert, and ends with both dead, one in a car that's hung up in a tree, the other under the car in the same tree with a branch rammed up his rump.
- There are several examples of people getting killed or injured by putting strange things up their bums, often for erotic purposes.
- Strange anal doings are one of the wheelhouses of Nash on What the Fuck Is Wrong with You?. On the New Years Eve 2012 podcast, he, JesuOtaku and Linkara shared a list of strange objects found in bodily orifices. It has to be seen to be believed (and Linkara's expressions are hysterical).
- Implied to happen accidentally in this College Humor short, entitled "The Problems with Jeggings Continue." (NSFW.)
- In World Domination in Retrospect, the Ass Shove is practically the main character's Signature Move, he does it so often. He refers to it as 63ing your ass.
"First, insert hand into enemy ass. If your hand is a hook, this is even less pleasant for the other person. Then, you rotate them 63 degrees along a random axis... Then you release.”
- Wood is on the receiving end when Mistress Lena allows the bears to look at her records if one of them stays behind to get a mechanized dildo shoved up his ass, and Reggie and Nelson volunteer his services.
- This gets discussed on the Rooster Teeth podcast, where Burnie quite openly mocks the whole "it just happened to go right up my arse as I fell" story.
- If the Emperor Had a Text-to-Speech Device: This is apparently Marneus Calgar's go-to threat when Cato Sicarius is getting too annoying, notable in that he threatens to shove his Power Fist up his ass. He later ponders that he should actually go through with it once, both to give him an actual punishment for once, and because maybe that way he'll stop lounging on his throne whenever he's out. Because, you know, his ass will be in ruins.
- In the Super Mario Logan:
- In "Cody the Magician!", Bowser Junior shoves Cody's 6 of Clubs card up his ass after Cody tells him to do it.
- In "Jeffy's Birthday!", Jeffy does this with the giant pencil Mario gets him as a birthday present.
- The Simpsons
- In the episode Sweets And Sour Marge; after sugar is banned in Springfield, Homer and Bart get a team together to smuggle sugar into the city. Before they dock at the harbour with their boat full of sugar, Homer asks if everyone has keistered (slang for concealing contraband in your ass) their personal supply and gets Squicked out looks from the others. He picks up on this and says that he sure hasn't.
- South Park
Kyle: Are you all right?
- The premiere episode, "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe," culminates with a 50-foot satellite dish emerging from Cartman's ass.
- "Canceled" shows the return of the said satellite, having it emerge and retract again:
Cartman: You know the feeling when the huge dump you just took shoots back up your ass? NO, I'M NOT ALL RIGHT!
- Another episode has Cartman smuggling all of Disneyland into a juvenile hall inside his ass.
- Then there was the time Cartman tried to eat through his butt to see if he would then crap through his mouth. It works! In fact, it becomes quite a trend and leads to Martha Stewart shoving a Thanksgiving turkey up her bum.
- "The Death Camp of Tolerance" was about Lemmiwinks, a gerbil that had to make the journey through Mr. Slave's digestive system.
- "Stupid Spoiled Whore" gives the same treatment to Paris Hilton.
- The episode that aired after the 2008 US Presidential Elections has Barack Obama shove the Hope Diamond up his ass in order to steal it.
- The No Celebrities Were Harmed version of Steve Irwin was always sticking his thumb up some poor animal's butthole. And Cartman being shoved up a cow's butt at the end of that episode.
- "The Death of Eric Cartman": Cartman (who think he's dead) trashes Butters's room, which gets Butters sent to an insane asylum where he's examined by a questionable doctor whose methods included having a machine anally probe him for hours on end. The probe itself is about the size of a football.
- In "Timmy 2000", Phil Collins gets his Oscar, which he had been clutching throughout the episode, shoved up his ass.
- Family Guy:
- In one episode, Peter gets his first ever prostate exam and thinks he got raped.
- Another episode involves Quagmire returning from a vacation in Mexico with a large number of "illegal" fireworks smuggled in up his rectum...even though fireworks aren't illegal in Rhode Island.
- Quagmire also claims to do this with carrots; it's best not to ask why.
- In one episode of Super Friends, Batman produces a bat-bazooka from somewhere that might have been behind his back, but could equally have been out of his ass (especially as he's not shown carrying it earlier).
- One episode of Rocko's Modern Life has Rocko going to the hospital for a checkup. During the examination, the doctor (Dr. Ben Dova) puts on a rubber glove and tells Rocko to bend over. The next scene is Rocko stumbling down the hallway holding his rear in agony. It is then revealed that the doctor is actually an escaped mental patient pretending to be a physician.
- Implied, but not executed, later in the episode: Rocko crams a gigantic pill down his throat, though he's still not feeling well. He checks the label on the back of the pill's container, which reads... "Do not take orally".
- The Aqua Teen Hunger Force episode "Deleted Scenes" has Carl shoving a broomstick up his butt.
Dr. Weird: My ass has decided to eat...my hand!! (shoves his hand up his ass even further) It hungers for more!
- The opening to another episode has Dr. Weird:
Fry: I can't swallow that!
- The episode "The Deep South": Professor Farnsworth presents Fry with an enormous egg-sized pill.
Farnsworth: Good news! It's a suppository!
Farnsworth: Before we go out, has everyone taken their pressure pill?Amy: (Annoyed look) Yes. Stop asking.
- And later in the same episode:
Farnsworth: This is unconfortable and humiliating! Now, if they could put it the form of a suppository...
- And referenced later still, when the crew is introduced to a more efficient nose-plug-based method of breathing underwater:
Zoidberg: I'm going to have to take a look inside you with this camera.
- Also, "Parasites Lost":
(Fry opens his mouth)
Zoidberg: Guess again.
Santa: You dare bribe Santa? I'm gonna shove coal so far up your stocking you'll be coughing up diamonds!
- From the first Xmas episode where Fry tries to placate a homicidal Santa robot with milk and cookies:
Roberto: I want a hover-copter, and an unmarked sandwich, and a new face... Something with a Chevy Chase sort of look. And for every five minutes I don't get it, I'm gonna stab somebody... IN THE AASSSS!Zoidberg: He's bluffing. (Slicing sound) Aahh! He's not bluffing!
- And from "Law and Orlacle" as Crazy Roberto makes demands of the cops while holding the Planet Express Crew at knifepoint.
- Teen Titans: A sight gag involves Cyborg slapping on a rubber glove and wiggling his finger in a "cavity search" sort of gesture when Beast Boy suggests that Robin should be checked for a battery pack. It Makes Sense in Context. Sort of. (It was the episode where Red X—the one that wasn't Robin—first appeared, and Beast Boy wanted to make sure Robin hadn't replaced himself with an android while becoming the villainous identity again.)
- Beavis And Butthead
- Thinking that Stewart's father is responsible for the telephone pranks (which were actually performed by Beavis And Butthead), the biker Harry Sachs, shoves the cordless phone right up Mr. Stevenson's ass. Afterwards, the duo call Stewart to ask about the police cars and ambulance in front of his house, and it rings while inside Mr. Stevenson's butt.
- One episode consists entirely of Beavis at the hospital in agony over something that's charred his butt and bursts into a propelling flame when the doctors try to examine him. It's never explained and thus, unfortunately, left for us to imagine.
- There's the infamous episode where a joke was made about sticking a live firecracker up a cat's behind, which caused so much outcry that MTV was forbidden from airing it again. Clearly, the fact that they thought it went too far was saying a lot, given the type of humor this show is famous for.
- The Venture Bros.
- Brock Samson tells the ghost pirates the key is up his ass. He then proceeds to use the goon whose hand is up his ass to beat the other one to death.
- Dr. Girlfriend, having just been naked in order to have sex, somehow produces a list of demands that she dictates to the Monarch. He proceeds to wonder where she got that "magic, and probably moist" list from.
- In "Escape to the House of Mummies Part II", the team gather various historical figures via time travel over the course of a fake Previously On. When Dr. Venture calls for the "hand of Osiris" to further their plans, they discover that Caligula took it upon himself to store it in his rectum.
- In "Tears of a Sea Cow", when Dermott is convinced that an attack by The Monarch is an alien invasion, he stows a cigarette lighter as a booby trap against anal probes.
- Happens twice in The Ren & Stimpy Show Adult Party Cartoon episode "Altruists". The first is Ren accidentally shoving his finger into Stimpy's ass while they were performing their routine beatings, and the second happens when Ren intentionally pushed a tile inbetween Stimpy's buttcheeks.
- The Penguins of Madagascar: Cloudcuckoo Lander King Julien mentions how happy he is not to be a mammal when the mammals start disappearing. In order to verify his warm-blooded nature, Kowalski produces a thermometer from Hammer Space and briefly moves it under the table before yanking it back out. Julien's expression makes it abundantly clear what's going on.
- This is taken to ridiculous proportions in Celebrity Deathmatch in the match between Lucy Lawless and Calista Flockheart. An accident in the fight has Callista wind up with her head up Lucy's butt, at which point, after a few minutes of stuggling, Lucy is able to completly "absorb" Callista into her body through that end of her. This somehow causes Callista to end up in her womb, which results in Lucy, at the end of the episode, giving birth to Callista as she would a newborn daughter. (What can I say? It's a weird show.)
- Adventure Time:
- In "To Cut a Woman's Hair", a balding Tree Witch captures Jake and threatens to shove him up her "bottomless bottom" if Finn doesn't get her some beautiful hair with which to make a wig.
- In "Incendium", while contacting BMO to check in on Finn if he's cheered up, Jake gets a good view of BMO about to kancho him. Finn didn't take it well, especially considering BMO used both of his hands.
- Implied in an episode of SpongeBob SquarePants where two fish think a sea horse is a mechanical kiddie ride, so one takes a quarter claiming he's found the 'coin slot' and... yeah.
- King of the Hill had an episode where a doctor inserts a camera into Hank's anus to check for an intestinal blockage. Hank is humiliated, but nobody else understands what the big deal is. Also, it is implied that Dale's constipation remedy using bacon grease (which Hank reluctantly tries later) involves doing this with it.
- Archer: When the eponymous Archer goes on a rampage, this happens during an interrogation. With a fragmentation grenade, though he thought he was lying, and had intended for it to be a smoke grenade.
Archer: Did you know that men can also benefit from Kegel exercises?
- Occurs in Zambezia. Kai, the young falcon hero, is showing off with his flight skills...just to be distracted for a moment by his father. It's not actually shown on-screen but it's obvious he collides with the backside of a giraffe.
- Shaun the Sheep has one when the Farmer's glasses broke again. His tractor needed oil. His cow not. Her look says all even if it happens off-camera.
- In Sealab 2021 Sparks's punishment in hell is to get an ass full of red hot coals-"right to the rim". Murphy (who gets sitting in a lava bath for a punishment) considers him to have gotten the better punishment.
- Of course, this is the reason why body cavity searches are used frequently by the police, correction officers, and custom agents. It's a very common "trick" used by all variety of criminals.
- Drug traffickers sometimes hide their contraband up the rectal or vaginal passage in order to hide them from police during a body search.
- In American prison slang, the act of storing items in one's rectum is called "keistering."
- A playground prank popular with Japanese schoolchildren is kancho (enema). The child clasps the hands together so the index fingers are pointing out, then attempts to insert them into someone's rear end.
- A comedic video on how to perform kancho well can be seen here.
- The Koreans have it as well, called the Dong Ch'im, or shit needle. (Literal translation) Guess what the students of the DLI (US Military Language School) Korean course are threatened with if they weren't doing push ups properly?
- In Britain and America, this is called "goosing".
- This police report describes a 14-year-old Wisconsin girl who was arrested for refusing to stop texting in class. The cell phone involved was found "from the buttocks area."
"When I entered the office *** was smiling and laughing as (Officer) Paula told me where she recovered the phone."
- An old folk remedy people used to use in Japan (and possibly other places) involved sticking a spring onion stalk or negi into the sick person's rectum, urethra or vagina like a suppository. It's known to cure constipation and other such things, but it's not used much anymore since it's now proven to be not so safe with a risk of infection. It's used as a manga or doujin gag for much the same reason as other examples of this trope.
- A surprising number of medical procedures involve going into the exit. Let's just say that the colonoscopy itself isn't nearly as bad as the preparation.
- Talk to an ER doctor. You would not believe the things people attempt to cram into their own or each other's asses.
- How about the guy that tried to smuggle a grenade into prison in his ass?
- Still doesn't beat the guy who used a roadcone to pour wet cement into himself.
- What about the guy who had a canister of perfume shoved up his ass?
- Some classic ones. Not very NSFW or Squicky, it's just X-ray images. But many of those are fake.
- The 1995 Ig Nobel prize in literature was awarded to DB Busch and JR Sterling for their paper "Rectal foreign bodies: case reports and a comprehensive review of the world's literature" (Surgery. 1986 Sep;100(3):512-9). "The citations include reports of, among other items: seven light bulbs; a knife sharpener; two flashlights; a wire spring; a snuff box; an oil can with potato stopper; eleven different forms of fruits, vegetables and other foodstuffs; a jeweler's saw; a frozen pig's tail; a tin cup; a beer glass; and one patient's remarkable ensemble collection consisting of spectacles, a suitcase key, a tobacco pouch and a magazine."
- The 2006 Ig Nobel in Medicine was awarded to FM Fresmire for his paper "Termination of intractable hiccups with digital rectal massage" (Annal of Emergency Medicine. 1988 Aug;17(8):872). AKA shoving a finger up someone's asshole to treat a week-long bout of hiccups.
- Chinese man gets remote control stuck in bottom after drunk prank.
- There is another Chinese man who, unlike the previous guy, died after his "friends" put a live eel up his bottom while he was passed out drunk. The eel ate his insides. It's similar to an older story in 1000 Ways to Die.
- And how about a Brazilian man who shoved a South American lungfish up his rear? Furthermore, like in the case of the canister guy, the lungfish guy's surgeons and nurses were heard laughing and filming the surgical removal footage.
- Suppositories, which are usually used as medicine for diarrhea, piles and other nasty things. Three guesses as to where they're inserted...
- Real life intelligence agencies have gadgets (or containers for them) that are specifically made to hide in the rectum.
- The Soviet Union designed a rectal pistol for spies and assassins. After the infamous Doctor Who "Bad Wolf" episode this has led to some jokes in rare gun collecting circles about people using "the Harkness harness" when referring to attempts to find examples of this weapon. As so few were made it's a really rare piece... cue jokes about how hard it is to find...
- A sea cucumber's gills consist of frilly tentacle-like structures that sprout from the inside wall of its anus. It normally extends them to breathe, but if threatened, it retracts them into its anus. Filter-feeding species also capture plankton on their gills, then retract them into their anus to transfer the food to their gut.
- There's a species of fish called the Pearlfish that actually lives in the anus of sea cucumbers.
- Many species of primitive sea life, especially jellyfish, have only one orifice that they use as both mouth and anus.
- Take immature, stupid people, usually inexperienced with drinking, put them in a party, let them have all the alcohol they want. SOMEONE is getting something shoved up their ass.
- The traditional (though likely false) account of the death of King Edward II of England is that he was murdered with a red hot poker up the back passage. He is not the only person supposed to have been killed this way, either.
- The Saxon king Edmund II died when a Viking stabbed him up the arse while Edmund was using the toilet. What a shitty way to kill someone.
- Edmund died to a viking stabbing him in the arse in 1016. The English got their revenge in 1066 when a Viking held off the English at Stamford Bridge... Until an Englishman hopped in a barrel with a spear, floated downriver, and paid back the debt.
- Apparently this also happened to Edward II's brother-in-law the Earl of Hereford, who when fighting Edward's forces at the Battle of Boroughbridge proceeded to get a pike from underneath said bridge.
- The Saxon king Edmund II died when a Viking stabbed him up the arse while Edmund was using the toilet. What a shitty way to kill someone.
- Viktor Suvorov described in one of his books the glasshouse in the Soviet Army. Apparently, each time an arrested man came there (whether to begin his sentence or after a day of work), his rectum was inspected for smuggled cigarettes or other forbidden items.
- The torture/execution method of impalement consists of this (Warning: SFW article, but squicky context).
- Abner Louima had this done to him with a broomstick (or toilet plunger handle).
- Demonstrated in this comic strip as an "oil check", as performed by the US Marines.
- Builder Falls Off Ladder, Gets Shovel Handle Thrust Up Bum
- A Libyan rebel was filmed doing this to Gadhaffi in his final hours.
- A news story in around 2004-2005 about someone emulating the Jackass films. The guy tried putting a firecracker in his rectum... resulting in second degree burns and a cracked pelvis.
- "Butt chugging," or the consumption of alcohol via enema. Can be fatal if done with distilled spirits or even heavily fortified wines, because alcohol absorbs far faster via the membranes of the rectum and large intestine and does a first bypass past the liver—which can kill with anything above the proof of ordinary beer or wine, even in an alcoholic with high tolerance. Low-proof beers or wines are safer (and far less irritating) but even then only in the amount of a standard oral drink and not with someone who is already drunk—and the practice is not advised for anyone who isn't into the aforementioned forms of erotic play to some extent.
- Other drugs are sometimes consumed this way as well, in a method called the "booty bump" which consists of placing a pill or powder or piece of a drug in the rectum, or via an enema of the liquid or diluted drug. Just as dangerous/deadly as the above (and more so with something that isn't alcohol or a prescription drug where the dosage is known), because the mucus membrane of the rectum is the closest route to directly entering the bloodstream without an intravenous injection.
- A British vicar ended up in the hospital with a potato stuck up his ass. He claims it got up there when he fell backwards on to his kitchen table and he happened to be naked at the time.
- One historic ninja legend states that a particularly short ninja waited in the pit beneath an outhouse for his target to come by, then he had a clear shot at his target with his sword, combining this trope with The Can Kicked Him. The other version has the guy crawling through the sewers and waiting below the location in question.
- Guy livetweets hospital trip after getting dildo stuck in his butt.
- Stories like this are why anything you put inside your or someone else's butt that is not strongly attached to another human being should have a flared base—which will ensure the base stays outside the body.
- Dr. John Harvey Kellogg(yes, the cereal guy. He had some good ideas) was a rather dangerous combination of religious fanatic, serious physician and outright quack who was obsessed with enemas, in part because he believed that 90% of all illnesses could be traced back to "corruption of the bowels"—the page quote is only exaggerated in its amount, not in what actually happened; yoghurt enemas were a daily treatment at the sanitarium, though he only delivered half a pint to each patient that way (they had the eat the other half pint in the normal fashion). It's believed, thanks to his pro-enema/anti-sex fixation, that he might have been a klismaphiliac (i.e. someone with a fetish for enemas).
- Rhaphanidosis, an Ancient Greek punishment for adultery, involved the guilty party having a radish or some other root plant shoved up his ass (along with hot ashes sprinkled on his crotch).
- Doing this is referred to in some medical circles as "against medical advice", or "accident my ass". Trying to claim that you were "standing on the corner, minding your own business" has been shortened to the acronym "SOCMOB" and is treated as equally implausible.
- During the Copa América 2015's Chile/Uruguay match, Chilean player Gonzalo Jara pulled this on Uruguayan player Edinson Cabani. This started a HUGE fight and got Cabani kicked out, and since the referee didn't see the initial incident directly Jara got away with it. (By that moment, he later was officially denounced by the Uruguayan Football Association, and the people at his German club weren't happy either). Naturally, Jara became a mix of Fountain of Memes and Memetic Molester on the Chilean side of the Internet for this, including a rather hilarious cumbia song dedicated to him.