The "Fishsticks Joke" is a joke created by Jimmy Valmer. It gained popularity across the world in the Season Thirteen episode, " Fishsticks ". The joke is a set of questions used to make the individual on the receiving end say what makes them sound like a gay fish, due to its play on words. It replaces "fishsticks" with "fishdicks", which sound similar.
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The th overall episode of the series, it was originally broadcast on Comedy Central in the United States on April 8, In the episode, Jimmy writes a joke that becomes a national sensation, and Cartman tries to steal the credit while rapper Kanye West is the only person in the country who fails to get the joke, but cannot admit that he does not get it because he believes himself to be a genius. The episode was conceived from a joke among Parker and fellow co-creator Matt Stone about a fish dressed as motorcycle daredevil Evel Knievel , which eventually turned into a joke about Kanye West not understanding a joke about why liking fishsticks made him a gay fish. The way Cartman tries to steal credit for the joke was inspired by real people Parker and Stone have worked with in the television business. Parker provided the voice of West in the episode and during the song "Gay Fish", a parody of West's song " Heartless ". The episode also spoofed comedian Carlos Mencia , who praised the episode after it was broadcast. According to Nielsen Media Research , "Fishsticks" was seen by more than 3.
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Top definition. Fishsticks unknown. What gay fish like. Cartman: Do you like fishsticks? Kanye West: Yeah.
Here's a fun fact that I learned today from our photographer on the scene at Bonnaroo taking pictures, including some awesome ones at Kanye West's show last night : People in the crowd at Bonnaroo are really into making gay fish jokes about Kanye. Like, absurdly into it. As in multiple people have gone through the concerted effort of making fairly elaborate signs about this joke. Incidentally, several people have made similar jokes on our Facebook page about the aforementioned photos.