...vomiting (the scene is Super-Size Me
when he yaks on the second day right out the van window, all the while cataloguing his symptoms ("I got the McGurgles in my stomach now...") KILLS me). In real life vomiting really
grosses me out, I sympathy-gag. But at a distance, there's something hilarious about it.
...stampeding (there's something hilarious about a situation so awful that everyone comes together as one entity, focused on ESCAPE--I'm thinking about the scene in the novel The Great Santini
when Karen accidentally lobs the medicine ball onto her dad's foot and instantly
all four Meecham kids, who normally fight a lot, are out the door).
...really egregious breaches of behavior.This has all three.
I cannot stop giggling.
[Although I have to object to the title of the original site that Gothamist cites.
I'm really tired of douche being used as an insult. It's implicitly misogynistic. It's like when you want to insult a man by calling him a vagina--the insult is in the comparison to the female side, like hysteria (from the Greek root word for womb, hustera
). Douches are disgusting because ohhh, they touched someone's girly bits, gross! They're like tampons! Anything that touches girly bits will make your wee wee shrivel up and fall off. Just call these things obnoxious, or assholery. Everyone's got an asshole.]
And this site is also hilarious: Nic Cage as Everyone
. I especially like Nic Cage as Pennywise: