->I'm a black Scottish cyclops! They got more f''[bleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep]'' than they got the likes of me! [[labelnote:Explanation]]: If you can lip read, it turns out to be "They got more feckin' sea monsters in the Great Loch Ness than they got the likes o' me" [[/labelnote]]
-->-- '''The Demoman''', ''Videogame/TeamFortress2''

%% One quote please. Extras can go on the quotes page.

This is when a character launches into [[ClusterFBomb a profane tirade]] for several seconds, which is [[SoundEffectBleep bleeped out]] for comedic effect. It's sort of the intersection between TheAristocrats and a NoodleIncident: the humor comes from how incredibly long-winded and offensive the dialog was, but we're left with only other characters' reactions to inform us about what was actually said. Sometimes intercut with odd words that aren't rude in themselves, but make one wonder [[NoodleIncident in what possible context they would make sense.]]

If the actors are visibly speaking their lines with just the sound bleeped out, this can be a sort of BilingualBonus (not to mention [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Getting *Bleep* Past The Radar]]) for anyone who can lip-read.

A subtrope of CensoredForComedy and ClusterFBomb.

Compare LostInTransmission.


[[folder:%$!@ing Advertising]]
* Done for laughs in a Bud Light [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JI3Y1auTFpU commercial.]]

[[folder:%$!@ing Anime]]
* The first half of {{Toonami}}'s broadcast of ''DeadmanWonderland'' had this in spades, which culminated in episode 6 with at least 20 bleeps, most of which came from [[AxCrazy one]] [[CuteAndPsycho character]]. After which, Funimation rewrote the dialogue to avoid this and help sell the uncensored [=DVDs=].
* In ''Manga/{{Gintama}}'', Gintoki has one of these in an inner monologue as one of his initial reactions to realizing that a suspiciously similar individual named Sakata Kintoki has taken over his life. So much of it is bleeped out that it's impossible to tell what he could be saying.
* Much like ''Deadman Wonderland'', ''Manga/BlackLagoon'' is turned into this on its Toonami broadcast. And unlike ''Deadman Wonderland'', ''Black Lagoon'' was not actually dubbed by Creator/FUNimation (the English dub was produced by Creator/TheOceanGroup while the show was still licensed by Creator/{{Geneon}}), which means they and Toonami don't have the luxury of rewriting the dialogue.
* In one of the [=OVAs=] of ''Anime/TheIrresponsibleCaptainTylor'', Andressen is being dumped by a woman and launches into language so foul that music begins playing over him and a message appears across the screen stating the show's gone to a video-only feed.

[[folder:%$!@ing Comic Books]]
* Amanda Conner's ''Masks: Scared Straight'' has a doozy. Amid many vividly depicted cautionary tales of prison brutality toward archcriminals and supervillains, the worst comes from Jeff Bladgett, talking about what it's like for a mere henchman. By the end he's well on his way to NoodleImplements territory.
--> The first minute they let you through that gate the heavy hitters start sizing you up. And then, for a pack of cigarettes or an extra slice of pie at dinner? They *BLEEP**BLEEP**BLEEP**BLEEP**BLEEP**BLEEP*! *BLEEP**BLEEP**BLEEP* with their titanium tentacle, and then *BLEEP**BLEEP**BLEEP* your *BLEEP**BLEEP**BLEEP* until you pass out. But then maybe they use their mental powers to *BLEEP**BLEEP**BLEEP**BLEEP* flamethrower attachment to *BLEEP**BLEEP**BLEEP* like WET PORK RINDS!!!

[[folder:%$!@ing Film]]
* This can happen unintentionally when a particularly profane movie is EditedForSyndication. Some cable broadcasts of, ''Film/PulpFiction'', for example, will blank out the individual words. In one scene, the F's are flying so fast that ''all'' the sound simply blanks out, as if the censor had just given up in exasperation.
* Similarly, cable showings of ''Film/BlazingSaddles'' can suffer from this. It's practically a silent movie.
* The TV edit of ''Film/OfficeSpace'' should have really replaced certain songs on the soundtrack altogether, because they are so heavily edited for content that they sound like a string of backward sound clips, punctuated with the occasional word here and there. There's really no hope for fluidity when the chorus of a song in a scene with no dialogue is "Die, motherfucker, die!"
* Occurs in-universe in ''Film/HappyGilmore'' as Happy's ClusterFBomb is broadcast on TV. It sometimes slips up, though...
-->"Piece of fucking ''''!"
* ''Film/WaynesWorld'' combines this with SoundEffectBleep.
-->'''Garth:''' You know what you can do with your show? You can take a- ''[The loud whine of a nearby landing airplane drowns out Garth's voice. Cut to Wayne's horrified reaction shot, then back to Garth, several times. No kidding, it actually takes this long.]'' -until the handle breaks off and you have to find a doctor to pull it out again!
-->'''Wayne:''' You kiss your mother with that mouth?! You've gone mental!
* ''Film/ScottPilgrimVsTheWorld'': Used to parodic effect with Julie's ClusterFBomb and censor bars over her mouth when she swears in one scene.
* ''Film/JayAndSilentBobStrikeBack'' has a reporter reading the title characters' letter:
-->"Once we get to Hollywood and find those Miramax Expletive-Deleted who are making the Bluntman and Chronic movie, we're gonna make 'em eat our Expletive-Deleted, then Expletive-Deleted, which is made up of our Expletive-Deleted, then eat their Expletive-Deleted, which is made up of our Expletive-Deleted that we made 'em eat. Unquote."
* The DVD for ''{{Snatch}}'' had an EasterEgg which asked "Are you easily offended?". If "No" was chosen, came [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1aoPYFD9Eno this]] FullyAutomaticClipShow of "the best [[ClusterFBomb swearing]] and gunfire in British cinema". If "Yes" was picked, it's a bleeped version of the video - which arguably makes it even funnier.
* In ''Film/TheHungerGamesCatchingFire'', Joanna drops one on live-television prior to the games.
-->'''Johanna:''' The deal was that if I win the Hunger Games, I get to live the rest of my life in peace, but now you want to kill me again. Well, you know what? [beep] THAT! AND [beep] ANYONE THAT HAD ANYTHING TO DO WITH IT!
** EnforcedTrope, due to being a PG-13 movie, as well as taking place during a [[ShowWithinAShow Show Within A Film]] which was presumably also censored In-Universe. [[note]](The [[CensorshipBureau MPAA]] permits one F-word, but having one bleeped and the other not would have been awkward.)[[/note]]
* In ''Film/CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory'', after Mike Teavee announces his disgust of chocolate, Grandpa George flies into a (supposedly, if the family's reaction is anything to go by) foul-mouthed tirade. Mr. Bucket quickly cups his hands over Charlie's ears so he can't hear the profanity being spewed forth, and all Charlie and the audience hears is Grandpa George's muffled voice.

[[folder:%$!@ing Literature]]
* The ''HalfPrince'' novels sometimes have "XXX" bombs, the most spectacular of which appears when the protagonist critiques an antagonist's method of killing, describing what he ''should'' do if he really wants to horrify people. (From what can be deciphered, it would begin with ripping out her intestines and stuffing them in her mouth.)
* "---- me! A ----ing wizard! I hate ----ing wizards!" proclaims a character in the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' book ''Discworld/{{Mort}}'', "effortlessly pronouncing a row of dashes". Obviously, the response is, "well, you shouldn't ---- them, then."
** Similarly, ''Discworld/TheTruth'' features a thug who liberally peppers his speech with "-ing". It's stated several times that this isn't censorship, however, and he is actually just saying "Ing" for some reason. It's implied that he really ''wants'' to swear, but has a mental block because of a very strict upbringing.
** Captain Carrot, in his early appearances, has the unusual skill of being able to pronounce "D*mn!"
* The upcoming science fiction novel ''Illuminae'', being told in hacked documents, censors its curse words.
* This was sometimes done in 19th-century novels as well. Perhaps in response to this, Patrick O'Brian also blanked out some of the swear words in his ''Literature/AubreyMaturin'' series, resulting in one humorous scene where Diana introduces herself by yelling at her horse, "Get over, you --," which intrigues Jack, who had never heard a woman say "--" before.
* Though it hasn't been published, the ''whatever'' that is ''[[http://transform.to/~channing/indmo.html Mundementia One]]'' briefly features a Censorship Device that cloaks the characters' profanities from everyone, including onlooking hostile supernatural beings that are strengthened by such things. It is immediately dropped and becomes miscalibrated, censoring words some distance after curses.
* In Creator/LRonHubbard's ''Literature/MissionEarth'', all profanity is replaced by the word ''bleep'', explained in-story as being translated from an alien language to English by a robot which was programmed as unable to curse.
* Creator/BoothTarkington's ''{{Literature/Penrod}}'', published in 1914, begins with eleven-year-old Penrod working on a picaresque adventure novel. When the bandit hero gets the better of the police detectives who tried to ambush him, a flurry of colorful metaphors ensues:
--> Soon Mr. Wilson and the wonded detective managed to bind up their wonds and got up off the floor ___ ___ it I will have that dasstads life now sneered they if we have to swing for it. ___ ___ ___ ___ him he shall not escape us again the low down ___ ___ ___ ___ ___


[[folder:%$!@ing Live Action TV ]]
* In the ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' episode ''Film/AgentForHarm'', Crow tapes testimony as a character witness at trial of MikeNelsonDestroyerOfWorlds. HilarityEnsues:
-->'''Crow:''' IsThisThingOn Hi! I'm Crow T. Robot and I'm here to tell you that Mike Nelson is innocent. Mike Nelson is 200% '''[bleep]'''ing not guilty. And if you '''[bleep]'''s don't '''[bleep]''' find him innocent, then you can just '''[bleep]'''ing kiss my fat '''[bleep]'''ing '''[bleep]'''. And that '''[bleep]'''ing goes for your bull'''[bleep]''' court system, too! Mike, I'm so '''[bleep]'''ing sorry I couldn't '''[bleep]'''ing be there for this '''[bleep]'''ing '''[bleep]'''y really bogus trial, man. But let me '''[bleep]''' tell ya something, Nelson. If I was there, I'd '''[bleep]'''ing kick everyone's fat stupid '''[bleep]'''ing behinds and then cram it up their '''[bleep]'''ing '''[bleep]'''. Anyway, Mike, buddy, I hope this '''[bleep]''' helps. Take care, Mike.
* Used twice in rapid succession by Buster on ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'': once when trash-talking Michael before a bike ride ("Well let's hope it doesn't come to that"), and when dissing his own mother ("I don't think anybody's going to top that").
** Also used during Gob's sexual-harassment speech before the office Christmas party. Nobody does anything even slightly untoward afterwards.
** Used again by Nellie, the prostitute Michael mistakenly hires to work at the Bluth Company, when she tells her fellow employees what she is and is not willing to do. It sounds a lot like Gob's speech.
* Used in the fake behind-the-scenes clips of "Wormhole X-Treme" on the episode "200" of ''Series/StargateSG1'', when the Colonel Mitchell {{Expy}} is discussing how he came up with his catchphrase:
-->"It just hit me: 'Sweet [Bleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep].' And we can get away with that too, because... it's cable."
* Richard Hammond of ''TopGear'' loves this.
* When Tom Green appeared on ''Late Night With Conan O'Brien'', he did this as an impression of Morse Code.
* ''Series/TheMiddleman'' is loaded with allusions and tropes from TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks, where cursing is rendered as SymbolSwearing. Thus, the tv series has a ''lot'' of fun with the SoundEffectBleep + CensorBox over the mouth. Generally mild swears ([[GettingCrapPastTheRadar and stealthy euphemisms]]) get a pass, and the bleep is used on a RuleOfFunny basis.
* This happens a lot with particularly profane comedians' TV specials, which usually doesn't affect the joke but sometimes makes the joke sound dirtier than it is (censoring shit for example) or not dirty enough.
* This occurs in the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lyS3WcY_MnY legendary]] ''{{Intervention}}'' episode involving Linda, the Fentanyl addict.
* Happens in an episode of ''Series/TheITCrowd'' when Jen, having spent much of the episode in pain due to a poor choice in shoes, finally [[ClusterFBomb lashes out]] at a Japanese investor who just stepped on her foot. It turns out that the censorship was [[LeftTheBackgroundMusicOn entirely diegetic]], allowing for Denholm to tell Jen that she [[PrecisionFStrike fucked]] up.
* In one episode of ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'', Sabrina, her aunts, Mr. Kraft, and Mr. Kraft's ex-girlfriend [[ItMakesSenseInContext all end up on]] ''[[Series/TheJerrySpringerShow Jerry Springer]]''. During this, Aunt Hilda gives the ex a piece of her mind. Her rant is bleeped out every other word. Sabrina points out that Hilda wasn't swearing, and Jerry just shrugs and says "Yeah, but this way, it ''sounds'' like she did."
* Series/{{Mythbusters}} has fun with this one when testing whether swearing helps in enduring pain. They use the bleeps to spell out messages in Morse code.
* Since profanity isn't easy to translate, the German dub for ''That70sShow'' bleeps out almost everything of Red's ClusterFBomb when he takes Hyde in after his mother left him. While profanity usually is never censored in German TV, this arguably makes the scene even more hilarious (and definitely better than an awkward translation).
** Used by Kitty exactly ''once'' in the entire series. It made the CrowningMomentOfAwesome page.
* Since the audience can be just as rowdy as the people on stage, the audience on ''Series/{{Maury}}'' is just as likely to drop and F-bomb as the guests. This means that, if you haven't picked up on this yet, watching an episode of the show can be disoriented, since random bleeps will show up out of nowhere while the guests are perfectly calm.
* ''Series/DontTrustTheBInApartment23'' has a version using {{Pixellation}} instead of a bleep, as Chloe and Vincent mouth insults to one another. (Chloe's seems to be a whole sentence.)
* On the British comedy ''Series/{{Chef}}'', the titular character has agreed to the filming of a documentary in his kitchen. When Everton loses several crayfish, Chef Gareth Blackstock goes on a profanity laced tirade that the producer said might not have a time slot late enough to air. Sous chef Lucinda read a review of the documentary aloud.
--> '''Lucinda''': ''"A special BAFTA award for swearing in a documentary should be minted at once!"''
* ''Series/{{Southland}}'' has this a few times throughout, due to the show having several bleeped f-bombs per episode. One of the most notable examples being the episode where Sammy confronts gang member Strokeface and the two of them go on an f-bomb tirade with each other.
* In the ''Series/XenaWarriorPrincess'' episode "You Are There", a modern day reporter and his crew inexplicably show up and start interviewing everyone. When he gets to Xena's daughter Eve, Eve eventually loses her temper, beats him up, and cusses him out in bleeps.
* Gareth drops one in ''Series/{{Galavant}}'' as a knock-knock joke.
* ''Series/BadJudge'': Judge Rebecca Wright gives one cursing out a player at a hockey game.
* The ''Series/{{QI}}'' episode 'Ladies and Gents' has a question about Anglo-Saxon swearwords[[note]] In case you're wondering, many Eglish language swearwords are from Anglo-Saxon, but we don't know any actual swearwords that the Anglo-Saxons themselves used. What we know of that time period was written down by holy men of the time, who generally weren't inclined to swearing.[[/note]]. Sue Perkins drops one swearword, bleeped because this is the BBC, and gets a klaxon that [[SymbolSwearing covers all bases.]] Sue decides 'In for a penny' and drops about six more, all bleeped, all klaxoned. She ends with the unbleeped, unklaxoned 'knob-gobbler'.
* In an episode of ''Series/DanceMoms'', Christi tells Abby, "You don't need to know my [bleep] attorney's name." Abby's jaw drops at her use of profanity and Christi does it some more by leaning forward and repeating the F word several times in rapid succession underneath a long bleep with her mouth blurred out. Later, during a rehearsal, Abby is yelling at the girls for nearly every little thing and tells them, "You can all thank Christi for my mood. She stood at my front desk and yelled the F word. Seventeen times. That's ''sickening!''" She then makes a rule that the next mom who says the word in front of her will have their daughter pulled from performing in the upcoming competition. [[spoiler:In the dressing room before the competition, Leslie lets loose a PrecisionFStrike at Abby ''twice'' and her daughter Payton's solo is promptly canceled.]]
* The ''Series/SuiteLifeOnDeck'' episode "Snakes on a Boat" gives us a particularly funny one from Moseby, where the boat horn is used as a censor.
-->I'VE HAD ENOUGH OF THESE (hoooonk) SNAKES ON MY (hoooooooooonk) BOAT!!!!!!
* ''Series/{{MADtv}}'': There's a spoof where an episode of ''Series/TheSopranos'' is shown on a regular network with all the profanity and other risque material [[{{Bowdlerize}} rather conspicuously edited out]]. At one point there's 20 seconds of uninterrupted profanity between the mobsters, all bleeped out.

[[folder:%$!@ing Music]]
* Creator/FiveIronFrenzy's "These Are Not My Pants (Part 8)" starts off bleeping out random words. Then the bleeps get more frequent until there's more bleeps than audible words at the end.
* PlayedWith in the song "Mutha'uckas" by Music/FlightOfTheConchords, but with parts of the swear words simply [[CurseCutShort left out by the singers]] instead of bleeped. Some of the curses are obvious (like "mutha'uckas") but as the song goes on and the frequency of swear words increases, it increasingly becomes harder to understand. Bret's second verse, in particular, devolves into nothing but an awkward string of pauses and consonants.
* From Music/{{Eminem}}'s "The Real Slim Shady": "Will Smith don't gotta cuss in his raps to sell records. Well, I do, so [bleep] you and [bleep] [bleep] him too."
* The radio edit of Eamon's song "I Don't Want You Back" edits out all of the swears, which is like half the song.
* "I Bet They Won't Play This Song On The Radio," from ''Creator/MontyPython's Contractual Obligation'' album.
* Music/MarilynManson's "Blank and White" contains the line "shoot up the mall, the school ''''". This line is bleeped out even on the "unedited" version; the censored words (which can be heard [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7zGT1PSFkk here]] at about 3:34) are "or the President of whatever".

[[folder:%$!@ing Video Games]]
* ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'':
** The ''Meet the Demoman'' [[SupplementalMaterial/TeamFortress2 animated short]]. At one point the title character goes on a 3 second long swearing jag, all of which is bleeped out.
** In the ''Blood in the Water'' comic, [[TheSixthRanger Zhanna]] curses out the Spy when ordered to "be racist!" Of the fourteen words she shouts at him, the only ones not blacked out are "you" and "the".
* ''[[VideoGame/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice Sam and Max Beyond Time and Space]]'' featured Tiny Timmy, a rat afflicted with HollywoodTourettes who spoke with every other word bleeped out. In the final episode of the season, Sam and Max switch a BluenoseBowdlerizer's list of naughty words with a shopping list so that they can get a vital clue out of Tiny Timmy...[[spoiler:[[SubvertedTrope and discover that his "swearing" is all of the]] GoshDangItToHeck variety.]]
* At one point in ''VideoGame/{{Killer7}}'', Suzie goes off on a tangent about what she did to some men who made fun of her name, and parts of it get censored out. This is funny for three separate reasons: in the English version, Suzie (like all ghosts) is TheUnintelligible; in the Japanese version, her speech is so full of GratuitousEnglish that it makes no sense ''anyway''; and the game ''doesn't'' censor profanity anywhere else!
* Mr. Torgue in ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands 2}}'' had his voice box censored by his own company.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVyMklTUPrw In this ad]] for ''VideoGame/LollipopChainsaw'', a gamer talks about his sexual fantasies with Juliet Starling, with most of the words bleeped out.
* ''VideoGame/CrossEdge'' has this line (by the way, the sound effects are all different):
-->'''Etna''': "Stupid (sound effect) mother (sound effect) two-dollar (sound effect) what a mother (sound effect) DRANK ALL MY JUICE!"
* In ''VideoGame/SaintsRowIV'':
** The President's swears end up being filtered while trapped in a 50's style simulation.
-->'''Civilian''': "Oh my stars, it's the president!"
-->'''The President''': "Hi, how are..." *notices the civilian is glitching* "What the f***!"
** There's even more when you [[spoiler: return to 50s Steelport to rescue Kinzie from the deliberately Flanderized Straw Conservative / Straw Misogynist Cyrus Temple.]]
-->'''The President''': Aw man, this place?! F**k me!
-->'''The President''': (whiling sabotaging a loudspeaker 50s Cyrus is using to deliver sexist rantings) **** you, you piece of **** dirtbag ******* ****-sucking mother-******* ****-eating *****!

[[folder:%$!@ing Webcomics ]]
* In ''Webcomic/BobAndGeorge'' the author will frequently pixelate curses, or hide them behind a black bar. Then you have Ran on [[http://www.bobandgeorge.com/archives/041201 this page.]]
* In ''Webcomic/GeneCatlow'', swear-words are replaced by black bars. At one point, a human lets loose with a rant that's almost entirely blacked out, causing the main characters to comment on "That odd human fascination with excrements..."
* ''Webcomic/YuckHeads'' had [[http://yuckheads.thecomicseries.com/comics/4 this]] strip.
* In ''Webcomic/SkinHorse'', cyborg helicopter Nick has a filter that replaces curses with other random words (shown in a different, slightly bolder font). This culminates in:
-->'''Nick''': What the '''mosaic-tiled poorhouse floor''' do you think you're '''flipping gingerly, panther'''? Like I don't get enough '''opal circles''', some '''secret Mayan astronaut''' has to '''eat the magic fudge'''? '''Sahara'''!\\
'''Jonah''': What the hell? \\
'''Nick''': Easy for you to say, '''gorilla-watcher'''. Easy for you.

[[folder:%$!@ing Web Original ]]
* On Website/YouTube, a popular means of [[ManipulativeEditing editing works to sound vulgar]] is to [[CensoredForComedy bleep out random words]] to make it sound like the characters are swearing, which often gives off a ClusterFBomb feel without having to go to the extra effort of trying to find things that sound directly like swearing. (And often times it ends up being funnier anyway.)
* The WebVideo/{{Wiiviewer}}'s review of ''VideoGame/ArcRiseFantasia'' includes one discussing EasyLevelsHardBosses:
-->Because while the regular enemies are a breeze to kill, the bosses will bend you over and *beep* with mayonnaise and just shove their hand up *beep* fingers out and *beep* *beep* *beep*! And trust me when I say, you'll never look at a [[NoodleImplements pencil]] the same way again.
* ''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries'' does this when The Pharaoh finds out Yugi tricked him into going on a date with Tea.
-->"Yugi you little *beep*! You son of a *beep*ing *beep* *beep* *beep*! I'm going to tear off your *beep* and shove them right up your *beep* *beep* *beep* *beep* and then *beep* *beep*ing *beep* on your *beep* with *beep* *beep* in the *beep* and *beep* *beep* *beep* your *beep* *beep* *beep* so then you'll have to *beep* sideways! *Beep*!"
** And then averted later in the same episode: "Fucking birds!"
** Tristan: "Holy *bleep* on a *bleep* sandwich! With *bleep* on top! And a side order of *bleep*!" When we hear the original line uncensored in episode 48, [[spoiler:it turns out he's actually just saying "bleep".]]
* The Elder Swear, the worst wizard swear word ever, is said this way in ''PotterPuppetPals''. The only words not bleeped out are extremely non-sequitur. Even better, the whole thing takes 43 seconds to say in full.
* ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'' {{parodied|Trope}} this when you heard Vegeta saying a bunch of bleep words, and then you heard what he actually said, which was a cluster GoshDangItToHeck bomb.
* Occurs on ''ImAMarvelAndImADC'', when Green Goblin sees the Joker hit Harley. At some point, they even give up on the individual bleeps; there's just one long, siren-like whine for a few minutes.
* Otaking does one of these in his otherwise quite professional Anime Fansub Documentary on Youtube.
-->'''Translation Note:''' ''Terran'' is the word Vampires use to refer to humans.
-->'''Otaking:''' Yeah, I think we can work that out ourselves, you ****ing mother**** ******* *****king ****cks!
* This video from comedian Elliot Chang: "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z7PDwmsqx9E Worst Way to Meet Your Female Boss]]."
* WebVideo/DailyGrace does this from time to time, most famously [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAA1dJk3om4 when she tried In-N-Out Burger]]. Borders on [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything Does This Remind You of Anything]].
* ''WebVideo/UltraFastPony:'' From the episode "Purple Party Pooper":
-->'''Spike:''' Oh, that's right, I forgot to tell you. Your friends said they couldn't make it today.\\
'''Twilight:''' Motherfu-- [bleeeeeeeep] one little [bleeeeeeeeeeep] I'm gonna [bleeeeeep] right where Celestia doesn't shine!
* ''WebVideo/HonestTrailers'': Since ''Film/TheWolfOfWallStreet'' has an average of 3.6 f-words per minute, its trailer has to bleep them out of nearly every clip. Then the Narrator joins in as well and punctuates every sentence with "[[SoundEffectBleep f***ing]]".
* Possibly the longest bleep in an original fan cartoon, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQFmaNlq2lk&hd=1 If Bo Burnham Was On MLP:FiM]], a true cluster f-bomb if there ever was one. There is an uncensored version, for which the gentle readers may search for themselves.
* One bit in ''WebVideo/NarutoTheAbridgedSeries'' has this from Sasuke:
-->'''Sasuke:''' Are you done? You sure? 'Cause I'm not going to get interrupted again by that stupid plot! Okay then. Haku, you're minó''[scene cut]'' SON OF A FUC[bleep] MIS[bleep] CUN[bleep bleeeep] BALONEY!
* A Website/BuzzFeed video titled "True Love Stories" features a Q&A of three women about their love stories. When asked the sweetest thing her love interest has ever said to her, one woman repeats what judging from the censoring is a graphic description of the sex he said he wanted to have with her.

[[folder:%$!@ing Western Animation ]]
* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', "PTV." the FCC has taken to censoring real life, and stations an agent next to Peter with an airhorn to censor anything rude he might say.
-->'''Peter''': Oh, Lois, you are so full of (BEEP)! WHAT?! Now I can't say (BEEP) in my own (BEEP)ing house?! (BEEEP)in' great, Lois. Just (BEEEP)in' great. You know, you're lucky you're good at (BEEP) my (BEEP) or I'd never put up with ya. You know what I'm talking about, when you (BEEEEEP) lubed-up (BEEEEEEEP) toothpaste in my (BEEEEEEEEEEEP) while you (BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP) on a cherry (BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP) Episcopalian (BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP) extension cord (BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP) wetness (BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP) with a parking ticket. That is the best!
* The ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' video "The Emperor's Phone Call", when Vader tells Palpatine about the Death Star's destruction.
* From Stan and Kyle's encounter with extraterrestrials from the 1st ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode, "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Cartman Gets An Anal Probe]]":
-->'''Kyle:''' Hey, you scrawny-ass ********! What the **** is wrong with you?! You must be some kind of ******* ******* to be able to ignore a crying child!\\
'''Stan:''' Whoa, dude!\\
'''Kyle:''' You know what you ******* like?! You like to **** ****, and ****, and ****, and ****, and ****, and ****!\\
'''Stan:''' Hey, Wendy. What's a ****?
** Kenny often swears in frustration (the 'F' word is particularly common), and is the one most likely to describe lewd behaviour graphically, but everything he says is muffled by his hoodie. Ironically, when he's cursing he is actually clearer than when he's just having a normal conversation, and the close listener will be able to get the gist of what he's describing or the words he's using.
** Towards the end of "201," Kyle's entire speech[[note]][[WordOfGod which is about intimidation and fear and makes no mention of Muhammad]][[/note]] has been censored, before it's realized that Creator/ComedyCentral is the one applying the censors. On the official uncensored DVD release, the bleeps still remain.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheCritic'' has a few examples.
** Jay Sherman's interview with Cher ended up with this tirade:
-->''"You no good ***. *** you, you piece *** **. Kiss my white, feminine, toned and tattooed ***, *** ***!"''
** And then we had a interview with Madonna on a children's show:
-->'''Host:''' Hey, kids! Lets welcome our special guest: Madonna! Hey Madonna!\\
'''Madonna:''' Don't **** with me, hippo.\\
'''Host:''' Hey, do you eat with that mouth?\\
'''Madonna:''' Yeah, and I also **** and **** with it!
* ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' had the appropriately named Fowlmouth who casually swore ''constantly'', usually to the deleterious effect of those around him (such as making a trio of toddlers in the background burst out crying.) Once, Buster was trying to help him get over it so he could entice a girl on a date, ending up using a contraption so torturous that the background music was barely audible through the beeping. Fowlmouth cursed it to death. Though at the end of the episode, Buster swore (apparently; debate rages on "Well what do you *BLEEP*" could be) and ''he'' was [[HoistByHisOwnPetard subjected to the same treatment]]... With the same amount of swearing in response.
* ''[[WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland Total Drama]]'' had [[BewareTheNiceOnes Lindsay and Owen]] cussing out [[AlphaBitch Heather]] in "That's Off the Chain" and "Trial by Tri-Armed Triathlon", respectively, while [[AxCrazy Izzy]] goes ballistic on her film crew in the ''Action'' special. In the American airings of said episodes, the bleeps are supplanted with alternative dialogue.
* During the ''WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce'' episode "Gee Whiz", a pregnant Meatwad, suffering from mood swings, tears into Frylock and Master Shake. The bleeps used to cover his cursing get more and more ridiculous with every word out of his mouth.
--->'''Meatwad''': Whoa...boy I apologize. My hormones are going nuts! Now please.. if you would... Get the ''[[SoundEffectBleep (elephant trumpeting)]]'' out of my way. I mean how many times do I have to gotta ''[[SoundEffectBleep (fire alarm)]]'' write "ice cream" on this ''[[SoundEffectBleep (rubber ducky squeak)]]'' list before someone gets his ''[[SoundEffectBleep (horse neigh)]]'' in gear and brings home some ''[[SoundEffectBleep (owl hoot)]]'' ice cream? Maybe I should get a STEAK KNIFE, and etch it in your mother''[[SoundEffectBleep (plunger thrust)]]'' forehead! HOW HARD CAN IT ''[[SoundEffectBleep (squeaky toy)]]'' BE? ICE-MOTHER''[[SoundEffectBleep (drum hit)]]''-CREAM! I guess that's the price I pay for living with two ''[[SoundEffectBleep (dial tone)]]'' MORONS!\\
'''Shake''': [[HypocriticalHumor ...What happened to courtesy? Did it just... disappear?]]
* The ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' episode "Sailor Mouth" is all about this. Spongebob and Patrick learn some "sentence enhancers", and put them into every sentence they can think of (but they're all censored with dolphin sounds, foghorns, and other sea-related sounds). Then Mr. Krabs does this with all "thirteen" dirty words he'd mentioned. His mother appeared to have done this as well, but the beeps turn out to be "Old Man Jenkins in his jalopy".
** Also of note is ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' episode "Curses", which was almost an exact copy of the ''Spongebob'' episode.
* In the ''TheSimpsons'' Treehouse of Horror XI segment "Starship Poopers", Homer and Kang go on Jerry Springer to settle Maggie's parentage. Things quickly devolve into cluster bleeping.
-->'''Homer''': You two-timing ***!
-->'''Kang''': Oh, yeah? Well, ***, ***, hyperbolic tarapaloid, *** [[YourMother yo mama]]!
* In an ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' short, Dot keeps messing up her lines, and at one point, she gets so angry from messing up that she goes into a rant, and every two to three words during her rant are a (bleeped) swear.
-->'''Yakko''': That's my cute little sister who said that. [[CatchPhrase Good night, everybody!]]
* From the season 3 opening of ''{{Archer}}'':
-->'''Malory''': Three months! Sterling's been missing for three months, and you idiots have nothing!
-->'''Ray''': Well, yelling at us isn't going to--
-->'''Malory''': ''beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep''
-->'''Ray''': ''(looking shocked)'' --solve anything