schoolboy humor

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schoolboy humor

Immature humor. Guys, enough with the schoolboy humor. Let's try to act like adults, please.
See also: humor, schoolboy
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The headbanging comedy starring Mike Myers and Dana Carvey turned 25 recently and while some of its schoolboy humour has not aged particularly well, it still features probably the wittiest rock star cameo of all time.
His voice-over is full of cruel asides and flowery language, which delights in its public schoolboy humour and obsesses over bodily fluids and functions.
Other attractions included the Barnsley-based Frumptarn Guggenband and for those who enjoy schoolboy humour there was Mick Chapman from Circus Fudge, of Sowerby Bridge, with his Flatulator, which was powered by sprouts and came with accompanying unfortunate sound effects.
Top Gear host Chris Evans says tonight's revamped show moves away from Jeremy Clarkson's naughty schoolboy humour.
A victory for prudes everywhere, a blow for fans of schoolboy humour.
Be prepared for plenty of schoolboy humour and a healthy dose of competitive spirit as Jeremy, Richard and James bring the usual calamitous mucking about synonymous with the TV programme to the world-class ECHO Arena Liverpool.
I have noticed that Top Gear always likes to add a little bit of 'harmless' schoolboy humour to its programmes.
But David does bring a naughty schoolboy humour to proceedings and he brings out the worst in Simon.
Richard Scudamore's schoolboy humour is symptomatic of the prevailing attitude that continues to exist in key organisations despite decades of pressure for equality.
It's the chaos, the schoolboy humour, the characters and just being part of an atmosphere that can ignite in an instant.
Pert breasts and male appendages abound, shrouded in the usual sniggering schoolboy humour that still believes the lead character harpooning a warm apple pie with his lower portions is the dizzying pinnacle of bad taste.
He fuses the schoolboy humour of Blackadder with the cut-throat satire of Have I Got News For You.
This is not the first time Top Gear, with its blend of motoring news, schoolboy humour and audacious stunts, has got into trouble.
LVK is not written by Horne and Corden, but it's aimedat the same audience as their TV show - those who enjoy schoolboy humour.