The Tourettes Guy (2005– )

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Danny, a man suffering from Tourettes Syndrome, is filmed during his day-to-day life, doing everyday activities such as going to the supermarket or mowing the lawn, all whilst swearing constantly.

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Danny, a man suffering from Tourettes Syndrome, is filmed during his day-to-day life, doing everyday activities such as going to the supermarket or mowing the lawn, all whilst swearing constantly.

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Danny's Son: Dad, you want some Twizzlers?
Danny: No!
Danny's Son: But they're really good.
Danny: NO!
Danny's Son: Try some!
Danny: NO!
Danny's Son: Dad, you gotta...
Danny: [pounds his fists on the table] BUTT FUCK!
[a woman stares at Danny]
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Drink and get mad at sh*t
23 June 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I am not actually planning on disclosing any information that could be considered to be a "spoiler" but I clicked on that sh*t just to be on the safe side. There isn't any plot, so I think I am in the clear here. The dude that wrote the description above summed it up fairly well. Tourette's Guy, whose name is Danny, appears to live in a house with his son, who seems to be of approximate junior high school age. He has an ex-wife named Shirlena that comes over sometimes. She wants to talk about things but Tourette's Guy has a limited attention span. Sometimes his father comes by, who looks like a mall Santa, and in fact does get called that by his son. Every now and then, Tourette's Guy has to leave the house to do something, like grocery shopping. Usually he just kicks it in his house drinking beer and getting constantly frustrated about small, irritating aspects of life. You know that terrible rage you feel suddenly boil up from your darkest emotional netherworld when, for example, you stub your damn toe, or burn your tongue on coffee, or your pen runs out of ink? Everyone does, and we all deal with life in our own idiosyncratic ways, depending on our day to day mood and environment. Sometimes I become enraged in traffic, and swear to Christ that someday I am going to Fall Down just like Michael Douglas, and just start f*cking taking people out. Other days, I'm mellow and don't give a sh*t about what goes on on the highway around me. But as a lifelong drinker, I myself have engaged in the same type of idle, deadbeat drunkenness in which Tourette's Guy is a past master. I respect his form and unique view of the world he finds himself in. I feel as if Tourette's Guy has a totally warped view of himself, and that he sees himself as something and someone completely different than who is in reality. But as Tourette's Guy would probably say, reality is a bunch of f*ggots. So suck my dick, or watch Tourette's Guy, no one gives a sh*t. My friend and I wish that Tourette's Guy was our Dad, but that was simply just not in the cards for us. But it is so that we dream upon a different world, what could be, what should have been, if things weren't so god d*amned f*cked up all of the time.


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