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Colbert on Girlie CFLs: ‘I want a boy lightbulb, one that’s shaped like a giant glowing testicle’

Mar 9, 2011 by Jimbo Forest

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Stephen Colbert
In response to recent Republican pushback on the phaseout of the incandescent lightbulb, Comedy Central’s faux-pundit said he didn’t want a lightbulb with pigtails because they are “Little girlie lightbulbs.” Colbert said he wanted “a boy lightbulb, one that’s shaped like a giant glowing testicle.”



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