Sarah Silverman's Admission About Her Relationship Proves She Has A Dirty Mouth, Literally

The following article includes mention of rape.

Sarah Silverman is no stranger to controversy. The comedian's stand-up act is filled with jokes and observations that touch on all of society's biggest taboos, from sexism to racism to religion (per The New Yorker). Articles about Silverman often tend to mention her dirty mouth. "It always says 'potty-mouthed comedian,' but I don't think of myself that way at all," she said to the New York Post.

In the 2005 film "The Aristocrats," dozens of funny folks told their own versions of the same offensive joke (per The New York Times). Silverman's take on the comedy staple — which ended with her, totally deadpan, accusing elderly talk show host Joe Franklin of raping her — is widely considered the most shocking. It also prompted Franklin to threaten a lawsuit against her (per Slate).

Over the years, Silverman has also received unflattering media attention for things like mocking Britney Spears and fake-cheating on Jimmy Kimmel during their relationship by making a video called "I'm F***ing Matt Damon." (Kimmel responded to it with his own fake video, titled "I'm F***ing Ben Affleck").

A recent revelation on "The View" proved that the comedian's dirty mouth may actually be more literal than we originally thought.

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Sarah Silverman shares a toothbrush with her boyfriend

Sarah Silverman began playing video games during the pandemic, and that's how she met her boyfriend, comedian and producer Rory Albanese. "I started playing 'Call of Duty: World War II,' which is great because you get to kill Nazis and stuff. I posted about it and he direct messaged me," Silverman revealed during an interview with Howard Stern. She added, "... and every night, after seven o'clock, we would play." When asked whether she and Albanese were considering marriage, Silverman replied, "We'd like to just be together all the time forever."

That closeness with Albanese even extends to the couple's dental hygiene. "I have never shared a toothbrush with another person in my life, but for some reason with Rory, we have never not used the same toothbrush," the comedian revealed during a recent appearance on The View. After the hosts of the talk show reacted with grimaces and exclamations of disgust, Silverman asked, "Why is that so gross? We kiss each other where we pee." Dirty mouth, indeed! Silverman had the final word, exclaiming: "My body, my choice!"

Just in case anyone needs a reminder about basic hygiene, you should never use someone else's toothbrush.