An actual Wiggy "joke" from yesterday…

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  1. whynow

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    When playing a clip of the Super Bowl broadcast in Chinese, Wiggy came up with a joke on his own.

    "The broadcast sounds like this - ching-chong, ching-chong, Edelman."
     
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    I miss Jackie
     
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    :nap:
     
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    Wow, the originality of mocking the Chinese language. No twelve year old boy has ever thought of that one, Howard. Not hackey at all.
     
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    Howard is an insult to hacks.
     
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    He really needs to retire.
     
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    Me Chinese
    Me play joke
    Me go pp in your coke
     
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    Wait until the gooks and the chinks and the japs hear about this. It's outrageous. Did he slant his eyes while making the "joke"?
     
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    What happened to the monologues? :bigcry:

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    I miss the monologues! But I guess Shuli got demoted and was replaced by the Keyholder
     
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    Howard is taking a page from the book of Rosie O'Donnell with that "Ching chong" attempt at humor
     
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    I don't know why, but the term "Chinaman" has always made me laugh. From Chinatown. Jack at his best:

     
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    Agreed. Chinaman always makes me laugh too. I remember arguing on some movie reviews about the Lone Ranger movie. Some woman went on and on about how offensive it was for Depp to play an Indian. I agreed wholeheartedly even going as far as to suggest the chinaman from 21 jump street would have been more appropriate. Depp wouldn't even give the poor bastard a job doing the laundry on the set. She went nuts. Telling me on and on how offensive the term is and explaining how the guy wasn't even chinese. Everyone is so sensitive.
     
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    Those Carson monologue pics with the Stern "jokes" are hilarious
     
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