My children like to tell me jokes. Whether they read one from under a bottle cap or a frozen treat stick, they constantly share funny punchlines to make me laugh. The one thing that is always off limits … bathroom words. So much so that my four year old sometimes says words in the bathroom just so he can say “But I’m allowed to say this, I’m in the bathroom.” Such a smarty.
When Charmin asked me to cover their Keep it Clean comedy show hosted by Wayne Brady, I figured I could learn a few things to make my children laugh. Keep it Clean featured young comedians — some still in high school! — showcasing their best clean potty humor via skits and improv.
Wayne and his 12 year old daughter Maile started the show with improv and she was amazing. Later, Wayne did improv rap using words from audience members. I provided him with “dining table”. That poor man.
Charmin isn’t done giving away their money! From now until September 16th, every clean potty joke tweeted to @Charmin using hashtag #pottyhumor will count as a $1 donation to Ronald McDonald House — a charity I have supported since 2005. Help Charmin raise $10,000 with your tweets! An added bonus to helping those in need, Charmin coupons are often tweeted back. Sweet!
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