- Report: Consulting firm lied about decreasing violence at Rikers Island jail 5 Years Ago
- TikTok users are sharing things they thought were ‘ghetto’ as kids 5 Years Ago
- Republicans just blocked a net neutrality vote in the Senate 5 Years Ago
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- ‘They’ is Merriam-Webster’s word of the year Today 12:56 PM
- Inside Dolby’s big ‘Star Wars’ retrospective exhibition Today 12:48 PM
- Amazon’s ‘Clifford the Big Red Dog’ reboot isn’t for you—and that’s fine Today 11:50 AM
- Walmart pulls ‘Let it snow’ cocaine sweater, ruining Christmas Today 11:30 AM
- The way Facebook serves political ads could be driving polarization Today 11:10 AM
- A YouTuber simulated a mass shooting from his hotel room—and then posted the videos Today 11:07 AM
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- ‘Rick and Morty’ attempts to contain its dragon with mixed results in episode 4 Today 9:24 AM
- James Comey puts ‘Fox & Friends’ on blast Today 8:54 AM
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- Conservatives want a war on porn. It’s puritanical sex values that need to go Today 7:00 AM
From that title alone, you probably already know where this is going. There’s been much debate about whether 2015 is the year of the butt, and Schumer is certainly an advocate. She contends that she always thought hers was too fat, but now she’s seen the light.
Helping her out on a verse is Amber Rose, whose own posterior broke the Internet earlier this year. She might have the best line: “You say you don’t like asses ’cause I fart and break your glasses.” Method Man is also on hand to remind us that the butts we fetishize are “where the poop comes out.”
Season 3 of Inside Amy Schumer debuts April 21, and we’re guessing it’s going to be butt-heavy.
Audra Schroeder is the Daily Dot’s senior entertainment writer, and she focuses on streaming, comedy, and music. Her work has previously appeared in the Austin Chronicle, the Dallas Observer, NPR, ESPN, Bitch, and the Village Voice. She is based in Austin, Texas.