That was quite a rant there, for a three word post. :) I've never found him funny, and if you watch the video of Joe Rogan and Carlos Mencia, you'll see why I don't like him. The thing is, I've never heard anyone besides him use this term, so it is "his" term, which means by using it, you are tacitly accepting him being a funny comedian.
I'm curious Seanahan: did you take my listing of deet duh dee as an endorsement of CM? Or, maybe, just my appreciation of the sound and meaning of the word/symbol deet duh dee? I understand that Wordies mostly have complete freedom to make negative comments based on their gut reactions with impunity. No problem. However you've given me the opportunity to ask, in this regard, who you'd consider an acceptable comedian, and, moreover, why 'tis so for you. Then, I'd hope you'd be unsurprised that umpty-ump others would take issue, if not fisticuffs, with your choice.
None of us, born willy nilly (or otherwise--your choice) into this Great Mystery of Manifestation can avoid the preemptive like/dislike response that Life has built into our neural circuitry--except for an evolutionary escape clause Life offers to suitably alert humans: one can, by dint of extraordinary effort, subsume one's negative reactions into a greater understanding; you can forsake your ordinary reaction for greener pastures...thereby recapturing energy normally short-circuited into Life's capacitors and reserved for It's larger evolution and growth. That energy accrues to your own coffers--available for purposes and goals heretofore beyond your ken.
Criticism works not for your own edification and growth, but for Life's. That is as it should be, but if you catch a glimpse of what it costs you, the possibility and means of fast-track exploration are at hand.
If these words seem presumptuous and/or cryptophilosophy, (upon which you've commented) so be it: you're in good company: welcome to Life's omnitaneous parade; we'll trust you're not part of the clean-up crew.