I have some friends who're making a pilot for a new comedy show and they asked me to come down and tell them what I thought. They wanted another female perspective.
I watched the pilot, I laughed and told two of the producers my thoughts. I was about to leave when I was ushered into the edit suite, where there was another producer and the director (both blokes) who were asking me about some of the sailing-close-to-the-wind humour.
'What did you think of such and such?'
'But that's funny!'
'Not if you're me.'
'What about blah-de-blah?'
'Nope, not funny, too icky.'
'Yeah but you'd talk about it at work tomorrow, wouldn't you?'
'No, because I wouldn't have watched it.'
'You've got no sense humour.'
When one of the other producers walked through into the room the director said, 'We've surveyed the prude audience, luckily they're not who we're targeting.'
Heh, it's official, you get the prude's point of view here.