Vanity Card #171
I am sorry if I don’t get around to blogs as much today, I’m home sick. I’m pretty sure I got this from Mr. Fabulous but I don’t have any proof.
Have you ever noticed the the Vanity Cards at the end of such shows as Dharma & Greg, Cybil, Grace Under Fire, Two and a Half Men and The Big Bang Theory? I know I never really noticed, I just thought it was some legal thing they add at the end of the show
CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #171 (CENSORED)
We on Two and a Half Men are aware that our humor has offended some viewers with, shall we say, more delicate sensibilities. We have read your blogs, articles and postings which detail your outrage. If you are one of these viewers, and you have just watched and been appalled by tonight’s episode, I’d like to tell you the old joke about the hunter who goes into the woods to hunt for a bear.
A hunter goes into the woods hunting for a bear. When he is deep in the woods he feels a tap on his shoulder. He turns to see an enormous grizzly towering above him. Before he can fire, the beast rips the rifle out of his hands and proceeds to sodomize him. Mortified, the hunter retreats to his cabin, arms himself with a double-barrelled shotgun, and races back into the woods to find and kill his furry assailant. But once again, the bear sneaks up behind the hunter, pulls the weapon from his hands and has his lusty way with him. Undeterred, the hunter equips himself with a machine gun and treks back into the woods where he is again ambushed, disarmed and defiled by the bear. Now, apoplectic with moral outrage, the hunter flies to a third world country where he buys a heat-seeking, shoulder-launched, nuclear-tipped rocket from an international arms dealer. Convinced he finally has the upper hand, he returns to the woods, tracks the bear to his lair and patiently waits to vaporize him. And yes, again, the bear surprises, disarms and sexually assaults him. But this time, before the hunter can run off to acquire more lethal armaments, the bear enfolds him in his massive arms and says, “You don’t really come out here to hunt, do ya?”
Well, that’s the joke. Take from it what you will with one caveat: The moral is not “beware of homosexual bears.”