Example: Cartman: How would you like to suck my balls? Mr. Garrison: What did you say?
Cartman: Oh, Im sorry, Im sorry. Actually, what I meant to say was *gets out loudspeaker* How would you like to suck my balls, Mr. Garrison?
Example: Cartman - Nooo kitty that's my pot pie!
Kitty - Meow...
Cartman - NOOO BAD KITTY BA- MOOOOOOOOOOM! KITTY'S BEIN' A DILDO! Carman's Mom - Well then I know a certain kitty-kitty who's sleeping with mommy tonight!
Cartman - .......what?
The most misunderstood TV show of all time, it basically accurately puts a satirical mirror on modern society, politics, social issues and anything relevant to the world. People tend to factor out the satire because their IQ is to low to understand it, so they simply take the swearing to face value humour, even though the humour goes into so much depth intellectually. It is about 4 boys from Colorodo, Eric Cartman, Stan Marsh, Kyle Brofloski, and Kenny McCormick, as they travel through different misadventures through their years of adolescence.
Example: "Hey did you see that episode of South Park where they talked about how China was invading America? Funny how that is actually happening! They are buying out our land, man the creators make genius predictions!"
"Wow, I learnt an amazing lesson South Park about racism, politics, and basically everything, it's almost like they educate me on the issues!"
A popular show created by Matt Stone and Trey Parker. Based off of a cartoon they made in college, The Spirit Of Christmas, it has become popular with many 15-26 year olds in the last 8 years. In the past half-decade adolescent pre-teens and degenerates began to watch, imitate and sue, similar to MTV's Jackass stunt show. The show, currently airing Wednesdays on Comedy Central, is ulitimately a big middle finger to society's ignorance and utter stupidity, mixing political and pop culture jokes with vulgarity.
The funniest, most shocking, and relevant show on television. Incorporates all aspects of comedy, though it is less scatalogical than it used to be. To idiots, this is a bad thing and it automatically disqualifies South Park as a relevant sociopolitical voice. But the same people who write off South Park are the ones who don't care about the world around them.