Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Sloppyjoe, Nov 30, 2015.
You know what I mean, Robin. She doesn't care.
What a shithead
I don't think Robin posts here
Anything else Robin?
it is harder to really seriously insult people that you know and there's a chance you'll run into them and stuff
1990s Howard would've ripped her apart viciously.
He'd only have to backtrack anyway. Like when he called Precious fat and said she'd never work in Hollywood again ... then claimed he was only concerned for her health. Or when he called Lena Dunham a pig who looks like Benjy, and felt like his eyes were being raped from all her nude/sex scenes ... then said he finds her very sexy. Or when he called Sam Smith fat ... then claimed he never said it.
Better to stick to calling his male staffers fat while pretending Robin is Halle Berry.
She's thinner than robin...Insulting her might result in robin accidentally laughing really hard the next time he says he has a great relationship with his kids...
amy is a fucking cutie
This is her funniest sketch IMO
"She wears a bikini and she doesn't even care!"
Robin- "what is that supposed to mean?"
"...you know...she doesn't care! "
Robin- "but what do you mean by that?!"
" like she doesn't have body dysmorphia or anything...!"
Wow. Talk about PC. Decide who you are already. You're 61 years old for crying out loud.
This is my favorite!
I heard this exchange as I was pulling into a doctor's appointment and had to hear it out. I shut off my truck stepped out and as the door slammed shut, under my breath said "what a shithead"
Holy shit calm down
You're like The Hulk
I AM CALM!
So that's it, eh?
"This sad-eyed weasel helped my BF move into my place"
Hamptons crowd would not approve of fat shaming unless that person holds a different political point of view then you can make fun of someones weight. If its a like minded person then its called bullying.
Which still leaves Chris Christie as a mystery, as Howard complimented him on handling the storm, though he's a Republican.
"Listen, I was only concerned for Amy's exposure to the sun -- it had nothing to do with her weight. When I said 'she doesn't care!,' I was only referring to her attitude about harmful UV rays."