"The Aristocrats" (also called "The Debonaires" or "The Sophisticates" in some tellings) is a taboo-defying off-color joke that has been told by numerous stand-up comedians since the vaudeville era. The joke was the subject of a 2005 documentary film of the same name.
The Aristocrats Joke is intended for readers 18 years and older. If you are underage or faint of heart, leave now. This site features what has been described by the New York Times as "The Greatest Dirty Joke Ever Told" - The Aristocrats.
The point of this joke is not the punchline, "The Aristocrats!", but rather the gratuitous descriptions of the sex acts and bodily fluids. These vary depending on the teller . Below is a short example of the joke.
The South Park segment of the Aristocrats joke, in the film, has a minor edit of the line "and the talent agent just sits there". Whereas the circulated internet version contains the whole line intact is "and the talent just sits there for the longest time".
The Aristocrats Critics Consensus. Can a joke stand up to repeated tellings? Hilarious and revealing of the way comedy works, The Aristocrats demonstrates that it's possible.
The Aristocrats stand up joke is told by a wide array of well known comedians doing their personal version. The creativity in crafting the joke is the improvisational nature of how it's told. Be aware that versions of the joke range from merely crude to profoundly obscene so there is a segment of the population (like my 95 year old aunt) who ...
The Aristocrats is a 2005 American documentary comedy film about the famous dirty joke of the same name. It was conceived and produced by comedians Penn Jillette and Paul Provenza , edited by Emery Emery , and released theatrically by TH!NKFilm .
The Aristocrats starts out as an innocent joke about a family walking into a talent agency to demo their act and quickly turns into the dirtiest, most tasteless, and disturbing joke a comedian can tell.
Warning This site contains variations on a joke designed to offend, told with explicit language, sex, violence and disturbing imagery to see which teller can top the other. The Aristocrats Joke is intended for readers 18 years and older.
my favorite joke told from one of my favorite comedians. ... Gilbert Gottfried: The Aristocrats dudepoodle. Loading... Unsubscribe from dudepoodle? Cancel Unsubscribe.