This was one of my son's favourite shows, learning what humour and satire was from the facial expressions and tips from myself.
We sent him to bed early, telling him it was getting too risque for him and he left with much grumbles.
Without even speaking my hubby changed the channel straight away, disgusted with comedians we'd once enjoyed.
Autism and autistic people are joke-worthy?
How fast would I get slapped with a charge and/or fine for making jokes about paraplegics or dwarfs or amputees or the blind, deaf or mute?
Cos it's classed as discrimination...sorry, I'll take it slow for you , Paul and Mikey...dis-crim-in-a-tion.
Means you can't piss people off by making shitty cheap shots at 'em.
So, now that you're honing your blunt-as-a-dessert spoon collective wit on people on the Spectrum, Mikey and Paul, please feel free to joke about the high rate of depression that accompanies autism.
Go on, depression must be amusing.
It's worth a few jokes, right?
Think of the one-liners you could prattle by combining Autism, Tourette's and depression?!
You'd slay 'em in the aisles!
Sure, the last four are heavy going and you'd have to really work at them to raise a laugh but that's what most Autistic's face every day.
So it must be funny, hey, Paul and Mikey?
I'd suggest that you don't poke fun at any more minority groups as you only need to look in the mirror to see what a stale old joke you already are.