The Jonas Brothers And Farts- A Perfect Match

So, I think the whole bodily functions genre in children’s books began with “Everyone Poops.” The seminal treatise on defecation led to “The Gas We Pass“- the seminal treatise on flatulence. Once those taboos were broken, the world was ready for literature like the Walter the Farting Dog books. Because Hollywood never lets a good idea sneak by (and because kids love farts in their movies), we’ll now anxiously await the Walter the Farting Dog movie.

It looks like the eponymous dog will be paired up with the Jonas Brothers, who are making the jump from Disney to Fox for their big screen debut. As soon as you heard the word ‘fart,’ it was only a matter of time until you heard about the Farrelly Brothers, who have an obsession with trying to offend the audience and will produce and potentially direct the gaseous vehicle. Speaking of gaseous vehicles, Peter Farrelly give us a glimpse of what’s in store:

By the time they’ve driven the dog home, everybody’s head is out the window of the family station wagon but Frankie, and only because he has a serious sinus problem and doesn’t notice the stench coming from Walter.

Although I can’t say as I know jack about the Jonas Brothers, and can’t say I want to, I find it odd that Disney let them slip away to a rival studio. They seem to be big enough names that Disney would want to ride them into the dirt like they did with Lindsay Lohan. Maybe even Disney was tiring of their crappy music.

2 comments to The Jonas Brothers And Farts- A Perfect Match

  • the farting dog sounds like a realization of a movie spoofed in ‘Tropic Thunder’- it was all these fat people (all played by Jack Black), farting violently.

    Props to ‘Everyone Poops’ also- that little curly haired kid is an icon.

  • Furious

    I haven’t read ‘Everyone Poops,’ but it looks like that little kid should be in the chapter on constipation. He’s really putting in a lot of effort.

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