HereÕs a disgusting and hilarious skit that gets tons of laughs.
Two people who are out for a walk or run. The actors should be dressed as though they are out for exercise.
Lumpy brown matter which is meant to look like dog poop. Imagine Tootsie Rolls and Snickers bars mashed up and very wet so that when on a sidewalk, the mess looks like dog poop. You may use chocolate pudding mixed with chocolate candy or chocolate frosting. Just make sure it looks like poop rather than candy.
- Two friends are out for their exercise when they come across this pile of what looks like dog poop.
Walker 1: Yikes! What is that? (She is totally disgusted at the mess but stops exercising to examine it).
Walker 2: Ew. I donÕt know (leans in and looks closer). ItÕs totally gross looking.
Walker 1: Can you smell it? I think it might be moving. Touch it. Is it alive?
Walker 2: IÕm not touching it! IÕll smell it. (Leans in and smells the pile. Makes a disgusted face.)
Walker 2: It smells horrible. I have never smelled anything so rotten. Oh, I could throw up that is so nasty! (Actor should feel free to dramatize reaction with description of smell.) You touch it.
Walker 1: (Crouches in and touches it.) This is really sick. ItÕs like dead bugs mixed with turkey and gravy and, oh, yuck, maybeÉI donÕt know. It just seems like someone ate stew and chocolate cake and then barfed.
(Walker 2 sticks finger in it tentatively and then smells his finger. He pauses and the then licks his finger.)
Walker 2: Oh wow! That tastes like dog poop!
(Walker 1 follows example and tastes the pile.)
Walker 1: Yah! YouÕre right! ThatÕs nasty. I think it might be dog poop.
(After both walkers have looked, felt, smelled, and tasted the mass they decide that it is dog poop.)
Walker 2: Wow! Dog poop is horrible! Good thing we didnÕt step in it!
Walker 1 and Walker 2: (End together with the line:) “It looks like dog poop, it smells like dog poop, and it tastes like dog poop, good thing we didnÕt step in it!”
Idea for this skit is based off an old Cheech and Chong sketch.
Jonathan McKee is the author of over twenty books including the brand new The Bullying Breakthrough; The Teen’s Guide to Social Media & Mobile Devices; If I Had a Parenting Do Over; and the Amazon Best Seller - The Guy's Guide to God, Girls and the Phone in Your Pocket. He speaks to parents and leaders worldwide, all while providing free resources for youth workers on TheSource4YM.com. Jonathan, his wife Lori, and their three kids live in California.