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Ralphie May: Too Big to Ignore (2012)

Ralphie May proves he's TOO BIG TO IGNORE in his record breaking 4th Comedy Central Special.

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Rhythm is Gonna Get You
written by Gloria Estefan & Enrique Elías García
performed by Ralphie May as a parody (The Muslim Is Gonna Get You)
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Ignore the Haters - Open Your Mind and Prepare To Laugh
19 April 2013 | by (Kansas City, MO) – See all my reviews

Couldn't disagree more with the previous reviewer, this stand-up gig is one of the funniest I've heard in quite a while. Of course humor is subjective, and some will not like the crude and puerile nature of some of the skits. If you're one of those people, then this is not for you. But if you're able to accept crude depictions of ordinary people at their stupidest, then May's characterizations of people he has known, along with his insightful take on everything from warrantless wiretapping, racism, homophobia, and poverty should make you roar with laughter. Pay particular attention to his solution to hurtful words, which, without spoiling it for you, involves creating delicious desserts out of the pejorative denigrations people use to hurt each other. Brilliant.

My only complaint - I laughed so hard I started getting ab cramps!


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