By porkfriedlife - United States
Today, I went to a theater and saw "Bruno" with my mom. We saw "Borat" together, so I thought, 'Hey, how bad could it be?' I don't know what was more nauseating: Bruno's penis spinning around and talking or the fact that my mom thought it was hilarious and couldn't stop laughing. FML
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  efwiz  |  0

Bruno was awesome! I literally laughed so hard I spit my coke out on the people in front of me...after that I was so embarrassed I could hardly laugh again. Hmmm, that should be an FML...


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  what_the_fail  |  0

111 ftw! Rule #1 of the household - All women of legal age are subject to the kitchen where they must be performing the cooking/cleaning duties and making sammiches and such and whatnot for the dominant males of the household.

By  tgm0112  |  0

YDI for not joining in.

I thought it was alright. Lacking in story, made up for in shock value. It was meant to put off a more uptight audience.

If it were a woman doing half those things, I doubt it would get as much criticism.


Biiingo. You basically summarized the entire point most likely.
It's supposed to shock the anti-gay people (or at least shake up people who are too uncomfortable with that kind of thing). Had it been a woman, just as you said, less people would hate the movie.

My friend, her sister, and I were the only ones laughing in the theater. Granted the rest of the people in there were guys. I guess it's just something that you have to be comfortable with to laugh at. xD

  calculators  |  0

see thats funny because when i went to see it all the guys were laughing so hard that they might as well have peed in their pants and all the women were covering their eyes, blushing, with embarrassed smiles.

By  lover_of_dance  |  0

The same exact thing happened to me, except we hadn't seen borat together. It was worse though when I had to pretend like I didn't get a lot of the sexual jokes and had to keep the laughter in.

  anniebananie  |  3

Why would you even do that? If your mom thought it was okay for you to see Bruno with her, I'm pretty sure she thinks you're mature enough to handle/understand the content. Way to ruin the movie for yourself.

  bexox  |  0

It was like that for me when I was a teen. Blech. My parents would be like "what are you laughing at?" if I laughed at something sexual. It was annoying. Being the oldest sucks.

By  EJade  |  0

XD I find this funny because my aunt saw it and she told my mom that it was definitely one of those movies you do not want to see with your child.