Some More George Carlin – Variations and Spin-offs of “The Seven Dirty Words”

October 14th, 2011 by Michael Tabor
I literally almost laughed myself into unconsciousness; I had almost forgotten how fumy and silly “The Seven Dirty Words” were. This morning I spent some time listening to the variations of “The Seven Dirty Words” and several of the spin-offs on YouTube. We here at WhadaWeThink do not generally use profanity unless in quotes; it is not that we are opposed to the use of such words per se, but we just do not feel the need to use them in our journalistic prose. We are not trying to be elitist here, after all Shakespeare is replete with vulgarisms and the very Bible itself has its share of profanity. The use of dirty words is very effective and serves a greater purpose when there is dialogue or interaction as in a play or screenplay. This is the subject and topic for many more blogs to come. Right now, just prepare to laugh as you have never laughed before. I’ve gathered and collected some of the best and funniest bits and spin-offs of the “Seven Dirty Words” (George wrote and performed the original  “Seven Dirty Words” in 1972. Just amazing! Almost 40 years later and it has not lost an iota of its freshness.)
Click onto the links and enjoy!
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2 Responses to “Some More George Carlin – Variations and Spin-offs of “The Seven Dirty Words””

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