S*** Creek, otherwise known as the Hudson River.
Well, look on the upside: “My folks went to Sh!t Creek, and thank God all I got was this lousy t-shirt.”
I’d love to see a t-shirt that had S*** Creek displayed promotionally on it.
Just saw a tin sign that says “Upschitz Creek Canoe Rentals”:
It would be funnier if it said “Upshitz Creek Paddle Rentals”.
I still have a t-shirt I picked up on a trip to Yellowstone, for a beer called B!tch Creek.
i was on the floor by panel 3
My grandmother always used the phrase, “Up that creek without a paddle…”
I remember a “Current Vanguard” episode involving the use of a river in India as an open sewer. You’d have to dodge stepping in piles of human waste, and the anchor-producer actually threw up from bad water + the smell.
“There’s a lake of stew and whiskey too. I’d paddle all around ‘em in a big canoe.”
I love the title
And that goes double for kayakers… nice.
If the log rolls over…
Honestly never understood the phrase. “Up” a creek means upstream of the reference point meaning that presumably you could just let the current take you back. “Down” a creek means downstream. So, it you were up sh*t creek without a paddle you could just let the smelly, smelly current take you home. The phrase should be “Down sh*t creek without a paddle,” because it’s vile and you can’t get out it.
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