Forget Godwin: How “Brazzer’s Law” Explains The Internet


Godwin’s Law: As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Hitler approaches 1.

Yeah, yeah, we’ve all heard of Godwin and his various laws. What else is new?

Rule 34: If it exists, there is porn of it – no exceptions.

Uh, duh? Tell me something I don’t know.

Murphy’s Law: Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.

Dude. Murphy’s Law? You serious? What’s next, Hammurabi’s Code?

Brazzer’s Law: Anybody who tweets at a news media account has also recently tweeted at a porn star.

Uh huh, c’mon– wait, what?

That’s right. Brazzer’s Law. It’s real, and I’ve got proof.

Whatever you say, man.

Okay, how about this?


Huh. Well, that’s just one–


Okay, but that doesn’t–


Right, but that’s–


Jesus. I was wrong, I–


For God’s sake, enough is–


Okay, I hate to be that guy, but technically he was tweeting at a Senator, not a news media account. And Fleshlight isn’t a porn star, it’s a male masturbation aid!

Y’know what, though? I’ll admit it. Brazzer’s Law is real. Real and incredibly powerful.