When I was young, there was a Canadian-produced film that may have set the standard for the teen gross-out comedy genre that has since blown up to massive proportions. It was Porky's and it still makes me laugh. It is one of the largest-grossing Canadian flicks of all time and launched the careers of Art Hindle and Kim Cattrall. I was reminded of this scene by a random tweet that reminded me (in a very vague) way of a word that is hilarious and underused.
Watch this scene and enjoy now-deceased English actor Eric Christmas in his comedic glory as Principal Carter to find out what it is.
P.S. factoid: Haemophilia B was named Christmas disease after his son, who eventually died from AIDS acquired through contaminated transfusions.