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Rick and Morty - pornhub's porn parody

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The show preferred by people who get preposterously upset about dipping sauce stock at a fast food restaurant now has its own porn parody. The patron saints of punny pornography over at Wood Rocket have changed literally a single letter in the title of Rick and Morty for their latest production, Dick and Morty.

Dick and Morty, according to a press release, centers on Dick and Untitty's pickle assistance quest following a Morty fuck-up. The film was written and directed by April O'Neil, Lee Roy Myers, and Vuko, all of whom also have starring roles alongside Leya Falcon.


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Catch the trailer, which is edited in such a manner that it's perfectly suitable for you to blast from your work computer or project onto the side of a church, up top. View Dick and Morty in full via the Wood Rocket site and/or catch the exclusive uncut version (which apparently features a "bonus Pickle Rick sex scene") via Pornhub Premium.

Previously, Wood Rocket has braved parodical depictions of a wide variety of pop culture mainstays. SpongeKnob SquareNuts, Bob's Boners, Mighty Muffin Pounder Rangers, Ten Inch Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Game of Bones are among prior Wood Rocket catalog entries.

Dick and Morty's release, presumably, will have no impact on McDonald's recent announcement that they would once again bring back Szechuan dipping sauce after pissing off Rick and Morty fans with its limited supply earlier this month.

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Yep. Agree.

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It’s only July! On which basis I’m saying The Martian (due September) because I don’t want the last sci-fi movie Ridley Scott makes to be Prometheus, which was just average.

Ex-Machina is good, and Chappie which has a similar narrative but more lightweight.

Mad Max doesn’t make it as sci-fi. Two hours of blowing stuff up in the desert, albeit with an entertaining fizz-bang-wallop.

Which would leave Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead as my favourite thus far. Low budget Aussie flick which draws from early 80s post-apocalypse movies and never once removes tongue from cheek.

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Interstellar

That would have definitely been my choice, but it was 2014, and I was observing the thread title, perhaps too rigidly!

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It’s only July! On which basis I’m saying The Martian (due September)

I'm looking forward to this one too, especially after seeing the trailer where in response to his predicament he says "let's science the shit out of this." :-)

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Ex Machina is very good. Hugely entertained by Chappie too, great fun!

One makes you think and the other makes you smile but both are pretty much exactly the same story of machines becoming self-aware. The only way I could choose between which one to watch again would be on my mood. Right now, I’d go for Chappie. :)

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