Photopost: Rape Jokes?

If you haven’t heard about Daniel Tosh’s show in an LA Laugh Factory, then you probably don’t pay much attention to the Internet.  That’s probably healthy; but then again if you don’t pay attention to the internet, you probably don’t read this blog anyway.  So I’m going to assume you’re at least partially up to speed on things and won’t harp at you about the long story.

Anyway, Daniel Tosh had a show at a comedy theater and he was apparently making jokes about how rape jokes are funny.  A woman who admitted that she didn’t know who Daniel Tosh was and even admitted that she didn’t like Dane Cook a whole lot, and that she wasn’t really a stand-up comedy kind of person, found fault with his line of jokes.  She heckled him and he heckled back, by suggesting it would be funny if a group of gentlemen within the club jumped her and raped right there.

So she finally did the smart thing and left the theater, demanding her money back and finally getting free tickets that she swore she’d never use out of it.

I’ve seen comedians who said jokes I didn’t agree with.  You know what I did?  I didn’t laugh, and if necessary, I stopped watching said comedian.  Rape is one of the worst things a person can do to another person; it is horrible.  But a well rounded rape joke is hilarious, as far as I’m concerned.  And if you don’t like rape jokes, that’s your right and you shouldn’t be forced to listen to them.  But if you’re in a comedy venue and the comedian is making rape jokes…you’re not being forced to sit there and watch, you can get up and leave any time you want.  Heckling a comedian is never a good idea, it just paints you as a target for his retaliation.  If you heckle the president, you can get handcuffed and beaten; if you heckle a comedian, you get heckled back.  See?  Pretty simple, isn’t it?

My fiance hates rape, it is the worst thing anyone could possible do in the world as far as she is concerned.  Sex is a sacred thing to her and forcing yourself upon a man or a woman is the ultimate sin amongst sins.  But she still laughs when she bends over to pick something up and I trounce up behind her, grab her by the hips, and moan giddily as I thrust the front of my pants into her butt-seam.

We put a video up about it on Youtube.  You can watch it right here, if you wish, though:

And just for good sport, here’s a collection of rape jokes to test whether you are humorously conservative or humorously liberal…

We’ll start off with The Onion’s fake news story about Tosh laughing through his own rape; which in itself is a rape joke.

Man A: “They say that the more sex you have, the better you get at it.”

Man B: “Nonsense!  I’ve raped dozens of women and it always ends with them sobbing.”


“I called that Rape Advice Line earlier today. Unfortunately, it’s only for victims.”


An 81-year-old woman was walking down the street when she was attacked and viciously raped by a gorilla.  The police chased the gorilla off after he had his way with the woman twice and took her tot he hospital.  When she awoke she feebly whispered to the doctor, “What happened to that fantastic ape?”


“In a recent survey 9 out of 10 people said they enjoyed group rape.”


We’ll call this my ‘In memory of Ernest Borgnine’ post, too.

Child rapist is such an ugly term…I prefer, pedophile.

Still a better love story than the rest of the book/movie.

I know I’ve used this picture before; but I just can’t help myself. At least that’s my defense in court.

It’s not rape if they vote for you, right?

I’ve tested this theory…it holds true.

In honor of the new release of the Dark Knight Rises.

I don’t know about you, but I laughed at a handful of those.


Seriously, though…if you were offended by any of these jokes.  Please don’t rape me?


5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. shindougal
    Jul 16, 2012 @ 11:10:08

    Ok here’s the thing about rape jokes. The people who make those jokes obviously want to do something like rape to a person or the want to be raped themselves. Often times, they don’t understand because they don’t know the gravity of what they just said, or they just don’t care. They were trying to get shock value to get more people to like their works. For example, if you read my blog post about an internet reviewer about the SpoonyOne, he made a lot of rape jokes and a rape rap that ultimately makes him hated and loved at the same time. Now he’s fired from the website that he was working for, but people still love him.


    • Dickjutsu
      Jul 16, 2012 @ 18:22:13

      I’d have to disagree with you. I make rape jokes, but I don’t want to rape anyone and I sure as hell don’t want to be raped myself. I make holocaust jokes, that doesn’t mean I want to torch a bunch of jews and gypsies.
      I make ‘woman, make me a sammich’ jokes, doesn’t mean I really think my fiance is just a glorified cook that I get to stick it in every once in a while.
      Jokes are just like anything else. I can talk about Pro Football, but that doesn’t I actually want to play it; I don’t want Michael Vick slamming into me like a misbehaving dog. Likewise I can make a rape joke, without actually wanting to partake in the subject.
      I make jokes I think are funny. I like joking about terrible things because I find it ridiculous that they happen. The holocaust is hilarious to me, because somewhere at some time a lot of people thought that was acceptable; and that’s ridiculous and stupid.


  2. bharatwrites
    Jul 16, 2012 @ 15:09:24

    Great post.
    I don’t typically find rape jokes funny, but the ones on this blog post were hilarious. My problem with this situation is with people treating the heckler like some vanguard of women’s liberation. She’s just someone who didn’t like what a comedian said. She didn’t deserve what he said to her in response, but that’s his job. You can’t screw with a guy’s job. He had only a split-second to react.


    • Dickjutsu
      Jul 16, 2012 @ 18:42:09

      Exactly! The heckler isn’t some hero; she’s just a snooty bitch whose night didn’t turn out like she wanted it, so she complained. Rape jokes might not always be funny, but heckling is always wrong. Heckling takes away from the other peopel who paid just as much to watch the show as you did. If you don’t like the show, leave. I hate hecklers, just like I hate people in movie theaters who talk on their phone the whole time. Same thing.
      I think she got just what she deserved, especially knowing Daniel Tosh’s comedic style. If she’d have stood up and heckled Frank Sinatra back in the day, there’s a good chance she’d have been in the river wearing cement loafers. =D


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