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Goatse: A Retrospective

No one ever forgets their first goatse, though some people (I speak here of my co-bloggers) have had the good fortune to have never been goatse’d in the first place.  And I, to my credit, have been good enough not to tell them what goatse is.  Now, thanks to this piece in Gawker, Finding Goatse: The Mystery Man Behind the Most Disturbing Internet Meme in History, everyone has a chance to learn what goatse is without being subjected to the indelible image itself. 

My feeling about goatse is, well, it’s gross of course, but in a very very sick and twisted way, much much funnier than a Rickroll.  Goatse was the original Rickroll, and though it has now faded in popularity, remains one of those things that is so horrible to behold that it must be shared, so that others can share in the pain.

Gawker has covered the ground here quite well, so I’ll leave it at that, except I’ll share this image I found quite a while back but never had reason to post.  My thought was that if Animal House was remade and set in the 2000’s, that cake float would instead look something like this:

H/t, or blame, goes to Halloween Jack in comments at alicublog, for bringing the Gawker link to my attention.

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  1. Big Bad Bald Bastard
    April 11, 2012 at 2:59 pm

    It’s a pity that Thomas Kinkade didn’t do a goatse painting, with golden light emanating from that ravaged, distended anus.

    • jennofark
      April 11, 2012 at 3:07 pm

      O M G…someone alert the Something Awful crowd! You’ll have Thomas Kinkade goatse out the ass (so to speak) in no time!

  2. Big Bad Bald Bastard
    April 13, 2012 at 2:31 pm

    Missed the obvious joke… “Finding Goatse: Worst Pixar movie EVER!!!”

    • jennofark
      April 14, 2012 at 12:17 am

      “Finding Goatse” could be one of those porno titles that plays off a famous movie. You know, like “Shaving Ryan’s Privates” or “The Bare Wench Project.”

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