Friday, November 20, 2009

HUMMING FOR GOD

There's so much goofy shit in this video that I suspect it might have been made ironically. Whatever, let's all discuss it over an order of Jack Daniels ribs at TGIFridays. Are those things even still around?

32 comments :

Nicol3 said...

Having tourettes is a sin.

John said...

So, I'm confused... Are we the Aliens and Jesus is Harry Dean Stanton?

Anonymous said...

Best video I have seen in forever.

stump said...

I think you've got an instant classic with this one.

Fat 'n Boring said...

Terriers seem to be the breed of dog most apt to listen to the Devil's music. It's quite bothersome.

Anonymous said...

Readin' is seedin', y'all!

Well, I'm late for mah book-burnin' & barbeecue.

Frank said...

it's one thing when a Christrian sparkleturd video features inept child actors spouting drivel, but it's a whole other fucking level when you involve innocent and darling anthropomorphic lap dogs. I shall only confess my sins to Muffin.

Gizzmonic said...

That bird lady at the beginning...could it be...the secret origin of Björk?

Aabra said...

Was anyone else hoping it'd be edited so that the dog was listening to gangsta rap?

Digeridude said...

Upbeat organ music is the Devil's indulgement.

Anonymous said...

I doggedly tried to figure out what this was all about but it's hopeless, I guess.

Anonymous said...

This video reminded me, I must renew my subscription to "BAD".

katy said...

The ammount of terrible in this video is amazing.

Christopher said...

0:06 - God loves you, Dirk Niblick!

What on earth is happening on the cover of Bad Magazine? An ape wearing clothes and contemplating an espresso machine?

Is the magazine teaching the kids about the devil's two favorite things, evolution and Seattle coffee house culture?

Friend of the Predigtamt said...

"The Filling Station" was part of the Saturday morning line up on TBN. It was consistently cheesy and filled with hokey legalism for kids.

If you can get "Circle Square" and "Quigley's Village" (two other hokey kid programs) posted up, you have nailed part of my childhood.

TVarmy said...

Got it, if I listen to Lady Gaga too much, my dogs will start dressing weird and ruin my cassette tape collection.

I don't seem to remember that making the bible, but better safe than sorry...

Destination A Go-Go said...

You come back to NY
and those ribs are on me!

Praise Jesus.

Anonymous said...

wow.

a young dwight from the office with 'bad words' flying from his mouth.

the best vid ive seen in a while.

Ian said...

Boy, I WISH that would happen when I swear. That would be awesome.

Zalb said...

I'm a conformist dog!

Anonymous said...

"I'm a doggedly dog" does not make sense grammatically, as doggedly is an adverb. That is of course unless the thing the dog is doggedly doing is being a dog, but that does not seems like it requires the effort doggedly implies. "I'm a dog, doggedly shilling for God" makes much more sense.

TVarmy said...

DOGS CAN'T USE GRAMMAR! READ A EVOLUTION-FREE BIOLOGY BOOK, DUMMY!

Anonymous said...

JESUS FUCKING CHRIST this was cracked out.

Godless Girl said...

No irony here. This is straight Fundy Baptist! I'm related to some folks who might have this on tape :/

Anonymous said...

They make their dreary, depressing brand of religion look even less appealing than it already is...which is pretty hard to do.

SOOPAfeeen said...

Jesus Christ...Christian Mushrooms

Anonymous said...

Loooove the bad words

Anonymous said...

I love how the one girl always says her lines as a question. Did you say sing? What do you want me to do? if they wanted to recruit for there jesus cult they atleast could of splurged for some decent actors

Anonymous said...

Amazing! this is a gem!!!!
SOOO FUCKING HILARIOUS!

Martin said...

"I said 2 MILLION dollars. That two dollars is MINE!"

justinDURDEN said...

Oh, The Filling Station.

It's actually the only show I really remember watching christian-wise as a kid (besides Veggietales). I still have a soft spot in my heart for it.

Daphne Mohajer-Va-Pesaran said...

who wears the earplugs?