For The English: Subtle British Humour [Pic]

Submitted by: brucie222 7 years ago in Funny

Now would any kind English person explain the joke in this sign? Thank you.
There are 108 comments:
Female 314
aww now i get it..ew
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Male 749
Hahaha. :D
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Male 78
Purple Headed Yogurt Warrior.
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Male 5,194
It`s for when you reach the end of a bell pepper. The British have a special dump for that, usually on the outskirts of town, leeward of the prevailing winds.
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Male 5,413
Haha XD Love it
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Male 76
bellend is the head of your dick the part where the jap eye is
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Male 249
the bell end is a 7x7 square foot room filled with smarties
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Male 1,557
Imagine the shape of a bell.

A bell end is the head of a penis.
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Male 3
no no no look at the shape at the end
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Female 317
oh no a rude word
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Male 260
"A Bellend is another word for forskin. I know beacuse an English person called me it once..."
It means jed head, actually.
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Male 143
A Bellend is another word for forskin. I know beacuse an English person called me it once...
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Male 422
Hardly subtle...
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Male 251
Filter active; for rooster read ****!
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Male 251
Just an address in England; Leeds United Football Club home ground.
Lot of old english place names predate smutty humour but there are also roostershutt Lane and Pratts Bottom if you`re really into suchlike.
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Male 12,365
[quote]@angillion:

I clicked that link, and apparently, "sI am a racist!" does not have a definition lol.[/quote]

Ah, yes. IAB won`t even allow a link to the definition.

Even AOL managed better after looking completely stupid by banning all of its customers from seeing any reference to a town in England. Which IAB won`t allow me to name.

I wouldn`t mind so much if IAB just blanked out stuff with its moronic filter. That would be crap, but not as offensive as changing people`s posts and passing IAB`s changes off as the person`s own words.
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Female 535
I wonder if a bunch of dicks live there.
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Male 2,220
<sn1ggering>You all get "bell end".</sn1ggering>



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Female 39
Its a good thing 45 people told us what it means cause I just wasnt getting it... being American and all.
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Male 10,338
I do agree with Angilion though.

I can say nigga all day, but if I replace the a with an er, I am a racist apparently.

Even if the letter string n-i-g-g-e-(you get the drift) is embedded in another word. It`s not really a good form of censorship.

It should be done with flags. If something is offensive, the users flag it, and the mods review. If it is indeed racist, or offensive, delete/ban.
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Female 121
purple helmet
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Female 465
When playing Cranium with my friend once, I had to draw bellbottoms for her to guess, and one of her guesses was `bellend!` screamed as loud as she could. We couldn`t continue the game because we were laughing too hard...
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Male 10,338
@angillion:

I clicked that link, and apparently, "sI am a racist!" does not have a definition lol.
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Male 96
don`t expect the admins to filter through the thousands of comments for racist slurs. just relax, nobody`s stealing your human rights
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Male 12,365
Damn, caught out by IAB`s moronic and annoying censorship and lying again.

Obviously, I did not write what IAB has falsely attributed to me. That`s the lying part, as lying is part of IAB official policy.

The moronic part is that IAB is *still* using the simplest possible form of censorship, a totally indiscriminate substring text search. Those are such a joke that they were laughed out of existence everywhere else in the mid 90s.

Referring to a kind of laughter most commonly associated with rude double entendres and other such childish humour (think Beavis and Butthead) is not racist.

Hey IAB, here`s a dictionary!

It`s common business practice to think twice before slandering your customers.
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Male 177
captain scarlets helmet
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Male 177
little red riding hood
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Male 425
XD
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Male 6,694
I did not know that.
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Male 794
ohhh i get it now, mushroom tip
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Male 177
the bishops mitre
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Male 12,365
It would be even better (in a puerile sI am a racist!ing kind of way) if Bell End was on Lord Hereford`s Knob.


It`s a real place name.
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Male 749
Hahaha. :D
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Female 61
Ha brilliant. For all you americans out there `Bell End` means er basically penis or rather the head of one.
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Male 5,314
lol me neither!!!

(i have no idea what them europeans are talking about)
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Female 47
GOD I CAN`T BELIEVE THERE`S A PLACE LIKE THIS XDDDDDDDDDD
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Female 9,557
Come someone explain to the dumb American what is going on?
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Female 2,027
nooo way
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Female 7,995
Knob
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Male 1,678
hahahahaha can`t believe this is an actual place.
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Female 833
I PMSL.
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Male 182
It`s hardly subtle! To a british person it might as well be a sign that says "COCK" on it.
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Female 77
Ha
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Male 931
Yeah, someone should be standing to the left :P
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Female 347
@CoolerThanMe
It`s funny that you refer to it as a "beast."
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Male 271
shouldnt YOU be standing there?
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Female 3,828
lol i had to google but im giggling now.
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Male 1,153
for once, almost all "european" (aka british) comments
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Male 1,108
Conky, try snicker next time, I typed the same thing and remembered the filter.
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Male 98
The word Bell End means the end of a mans beast.
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Male 110
Who`s a bell end?
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Male 24
Gotta be kidding??????

would giggles have worked better?

bastard mean person drat poo mouldy pissflaps.
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Male 24
*sI am a racist!s*
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Female 688
seeing this reminded me of my year 8 music teacher, miss bell. we NEVER once made the bell end joke, only "miss, the bell`s gone" and various ringing jokes.

a wasted oppertunity :(
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Male 275
lol, bell end. And yes, it means the same thing in Australia.
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Male 379
HAHAHAHA... I don`t get it.
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Male 65
hahahahahaha! drating brill mahn! gd times!
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Male 997
We had a teacher called Mr Bell , scouser to boot, Can guess what he got called he would get terrorised in lessons lol
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Male 166
Awesome.
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Male 605
haaa!
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Female 1,435
haha!
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Male 1,108
*CHORTLE*
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Male 509
hehehe
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Male 6,737
lol.... penis
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Male 4,867
heh... bell end
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Male 487
"I am learn good histories."

lol
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Female 2,352
I always guess dick joke and I am right half the time. :3
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Male 2,424
Is that why we call it a "Ding-Dong" state side? Because our English benefactors used the term Bell End?

I am learn good histories.
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Male 2,893
Peynis.
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Male 1,266
Hehe, reminds me of the darkness christmas song....
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Male 256
I believe that`s the same as a mushroom head on your peen.
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Male 5,189
oO Me no gets. :(
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Male 2,441
Penis joke
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Male 4,680
I giggled. Tee hee! It says bell end!
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Male 2,344
@Caretta

I think the term "foggy" was supposed to be a spinoff of the "Foggot" post a few days back.
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Male 25,417
lols at the lame post!
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Male 143
Robert_D if you step outside the city you will realise the rest of us still are British. At the very least Ontario and eastwards(excluding Quebec) Your attempts are futile. We got this joke miles before you did.
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Male 1,378
extremely subtle
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Male 3,915
wow...a british d*ck joke and it gets 4 stars?

ridiculous....2 stars*
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Male 3,915
so....no one is going to explain the joke?

fantastic...
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Male 588
I shall attempt to import more of your humerous slang to this side of the pond.
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Male 14
the end of penis looks like a bell.
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Male 1,067
Is everyone pretending to not be totally sure of what this means or is it just me that has definitely heard this term before?
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Male 11
its where foreigners go
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Male 2,159
Hehehe. There`s also a place in the Orkneys that`s called Twatt. That`s pretty funny too.
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Male 540
"that joke was mad foggy."

Hahaha, I have never witnessed this usage of the word "foggy". I thank you.
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Male 17,512
Antithet is a bloody nutter.
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Male 877
they call the bit above a chickens arse the `parsons nose`
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Male 41
It`s what you call someone like Glenn Beck or Bill o`Reilly. Jeb end also works
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Male 48
This was my post, found the sign in the Lake District, however, Bell End just had a church at the end of it!
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Male 417
hahaha nice. I`m in America and I got that
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Male 216
that joke was mad foggy.
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Male 697
bell end is slang for the glans penis, the bulbous bit at the end. see the song by the darkness: "christmas time - dont let the bells end..."
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Male 1,240
Lets see if I got this straight: bell end is the end of the penis, right?
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Male 1,765
Sure thing tainteddeity. The bell end is the glans of the penis.
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Male 848
I think more people should explain in case people don`t understand.
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Male 156
Yup! Bellend is a slang name for the end or head of the penis. We are so classy.
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Female 2
A bell end is the end of the penis. Looks like a bell, see?
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Male 10
bell end = dick head
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Male 848
A bell end is the head of a penis. A knob head.
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Female 94
its the knob or the tip of the penis cute kiddies joke
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Male 1,357
LMAO. The `bell end` is the slang term for the head of penis (looks abit like a bell if you think about it). Also a commonly used insult "you`re such a bell end" or "hes a f00king bell end". This is in no way subtle. I have to find this place!!
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Male 124
From what I`ve read it mean the glans penis, i.e. the head.
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Female 491
Lol - The end of a willy!
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Male 670
tip o` the dick
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Male 2,551
hehehehe
bell end.
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Male 48
Link: For The English: Subtle British Humour [Pic] [Rate Link] - Now would any kind English person explain the joke in this sign? Thank you.
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