Apr 22 2011

It’s Good Friday, Friday

I love blasphemy:

(Via Skepchick)


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    Blasphemy is a victimless crime.

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    Shelby Meriwether

    Greatest song ever!! Am I going to hell for liking this? I’ll risk it!

  3. 3

    GOD damn it…The original version is like aural cancer…I’ll be singing this for 2 weeks :P

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    Too funny.

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    J. Mark

    Little known factoid….the kids get two weeks out of school at Easter because when Jesus rose from the grave, he saw his shadow….

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    Loved it!!

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    Beyond Dimensions

    I lol’d, sent it to a friend of mine who is obsessed with Rebecca Black (He has no taste in music) and now I wait for the results.Sent to yet another friend who was not as amused as I was. Sadness.

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    Beyond Dimensions

    So… The internet troll in me came out. I had a facebook friend post: He was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our sins. The punishment that brought us peace was upon him. And by his wounds, by his wounds we are healed.And directly under it I shared this video. This is how you make friends. Or clear out your friends list. I’m not sure which.Edit: She didn’t comment or defriend me. She just removed the link. :/ <– This is my ‘I am disappoint’ face.

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    Chris C

    I like it. Very funny.But Stephen Colbert set a standard for Friday parodies(and song parodies in general) that will never be topped.http://www.latenightwithjimmyf

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    Svlad Cjelli


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    Matthew Brown

    Christians Celebrate good friday once a year.Everyone else knows that every friday is a good fridayMaybe this explains why so many Christians are too uptight. They don’t understand TGIF like the rest of us do.

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    I so crucified…. gotta love it :)

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    Chris Warren

    Bless Rebecca Black-Friday transmogrifications. They bring a silver lining to my mushroom cloud.

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    Ani Sharmin

    The amusing part is that this song is actually better than the original, in my opinion, because at least this one is about something.

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    My fundamentalist family (Independent Baptist–no women talking in that church) introduced me to Ms. Black during an excruciating Easter holiday visit. Our outrage and disgust over her musical ‘talents’ were a rare moment of family unity. I wonder if they’d get as much of a kick out of this version???

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