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by National Lampoon Contributors

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Mel Brooks said, “Tragedy is when I cut my finger. Comedy is when you fall in an open sewer and die.” It's this kind of thinking that got National Lampoon a reputation in the first place, and now in this glorious collection they’re committing that reputation to print again. It's funnier than a fetus in a cookie jar, grosser than a thong with cellulite cling-ons, and even less intelligent than “intelligent design”.… (more)
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Mel Brooks said, “Tragedy is when I cut my finger. Comedy is when you fall in an open sewer and die.” It's this kind of thinking that got National Lampoon a reputation in the first place, and now in this glorious collection they’re committing that reputation to print again. It's funnier than a fetus in a cookie jar, grosser than a thong with cellulite cling-ons, and even less intelligent than “intelligent design”.

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