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Amy Schumer’s parody about big butts is full of immature, crude jokes (VIDEO)

Amy Schumer is not all about that bass.

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After the hit Meghan Trainor song, the popularity of Kim Kardashian and other factors made 2014 the “year of the booty,” Amy Schumer is taking the opposite stance: She wants everyone to remember what butts are really there for.

In a promotional teaser ahead of the new season of her Comedy Central show, Inside Amy Schumer, the comedian dances and raps to “Milk Milk Lemonade,” a song all about the less-than-attractive side of backsides, calling them “turd-cutters,” “loaf-pinchers” and “dookie-makers.”

In front of guest stars including Amber Rose, Amber Tamblyn and Jemima Kirk, all wearing ass-hugging yellow waitress uniforms, Schumer leads chants of “this is where my poop comes out” and “talkin’ ’bout my fudge machine.” The video, of course, features plenty of twerking and a puppy for some reason. Check it out below, but be warned, it’s semi-NSFW and just kind of gross, in the most juvenile way possible.

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The video ends with a cameo by Wu Tang Clan’s Method Man, who is still all about the booty, regardless of what it’s used for.

“That’s right, ladies — ain’t nothin’ better than a big, beautiful, sexy booty,” he proclaims. “But, bottom line, no matter how fine the behind, you better call that onion what it really is: That’s just a fudge machine.”

I don’t know why, but repeated use of “fudge machine” really rubs me the wrong way. I love you, Amy Schumer, but this is pretty lowbrow stuff — poop jokes just aren’t that funny. Here’s hoping the new Inside Amy Schumer season will be better than this.

But if you’re into it, “Milk Milk Lemonade” can be downloaded for free on SoundCloud. Catch the return of Inside Amy Schumer when its third season premieres Tuesday, April 21 at 10:30 p.m. EST.

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What do you think of “Milk Milk Lemonade?” Is Amy Schumer’s parody funny or just kind of gross? Head down to the comments to tell us your thoughts.

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