I had it with these monkey fighting snakes (on this monday to friday plane)


(Youtube Direktmotherfucking, via YBNBY)

Was kommt dabei raus, wenn man „Snakes on a Plane“ im sittlichen US-Fernsehen zeigt, und eine der Dialogzeilen gleich zweimal eins der sieben bösen Worte Shit, Piss, Fuck, Cunt, Cocksucker, Motherfucker und Tits enthält? Genau, wunderbarste Comedy:

„Enough is enough! I’ve had it with these monkey fighting snakes on this monday to friday plane!“

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