Filthy Humor: Midget Mauling Is Nothing To Laugh About
Only a deviant would find humor in midget mauling.
Wall Street bull shit is bad jokes about little people. Famous for its munchkins (little people) The Wizard Of Oz plays well with the Wall Street Crowd. The Wizard of Oz is a 1939 American musical fantasy film. Produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, it is the most well-known and commercially successful adaptation of the 1900 novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum. The film stars Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, Jack Haley, Bert Lahr, Frank Morgan, Billie Burke, Margaret Hamilton, and Clara Blandick. The Singer Midgets played the Munchkins, with Pat Walshe as leader of the flying monkeys. The film was notable for its use of Technicolor, fantasy storytelling, its musical score, and unusual characters.
Wall Street Bullshit: Wizard Of Oz Little People Big Bull World
Don’t call them little people. They are midgets, and they don’t mind throwin’ a whuppin’ down. Extreme Midget Wrestling Federation is a real thing. You heard it right. Not just midget wrestling…extreme midget wrestling. Their ring is a bit undersized at 12 by 12. It isn’t a regular-sized ring because they’re not regular-sized wrestlers. The competitors average just over four-feet tall, and weigh in at about 100 pounds, but don’t let their size fool you. These wrestlers could kick your butt. They are a troupe who get into bar fights more than 150 times a year. They smack each other over the head with chairs. They hurl each other over tables, and they break pool cues across each other’s faces. They bill themselves as “Half the size, twice the violence.” The mayhem at EMWF events, however is all in the name of charity. Proceeds from the event will go toward Amvet projects such as scholarship, community service, and child welfare and hospital programs.
The Kingdom of the Little People is one of China’s more unusual tourist attractions. Established in 2009, it was created as a secure place of employment for people with dwarfism who are often shunned in China’s superstitious culture – but some have criticized it for isolating staff from society. There is a fire service, a police force, a parliament and a democratically elected ruler. Those who can’t dance or perform are given jobs in security, handicrafts, catering or cleaning. It all seems rather better organized than the nearby city of Kunming, a city that’s keen on ambition and natural beauty, but with an infrastructure that doesn’t seem to have matched its recent growth. The village of those of restricted growth has plastic mushroom houses like something from a 90s Nintendo game. They sit on a small hillock from where the performers file out for their daily parade. The people don’t actually live in those fungal dwellings but in heated dormitories some distance away. The community only allows those under a certain height to live here. The taunts or aggression that many of these people suffered elsewhere just don’t happen here. For those living here, sex and love are big attractions. Previously, many had struggled to find relationships but here there have been several marriages and inevitably children, all happily celebrated. There are no locks on the doors – I’m told there’s no crime. Any disputes, marital or otherwise, are solved by the elected council.
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