|Yellow Lantern - 2009-02-25 |
Ray Liotta has really lost his edge.
|Hooper_X - 2009-02-25 |
The technique described in this song is highly effective against uncommon household monsters such as spooks and nightmares, but proves less useful against the more common problems, such as Uncle Lester.
It is also probably less than effective against chimps.
Why even bother with this, hiding yourself under the sheet protects you 100% against imaginary monsters, just be careful to camoflauge your airhole with a pillow or something.
|YakooMarkTwo - 2009-02-25 |
Everything in this song and video points to the fact that this is a kid being scared by his own imagination and KNOWING it's his own imagination, but still invoking the protection of God. Wouldn't that then be a form of taking the lord's name in vain?
I'm kinda with Yakoo. I thought Xtians weren't supposed to buy into superstitions. Besides their own, I mean.
|HarveyTibbar - 2009-02-25 |
Man this guy will be screwed the moment he meets an atheist demon.
|MongoMcMichael - 2009-02-25 |
Next time I get chased by a mutated alligator creature, I'll just pray it away, since prayers work so well against physical objects.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2009-02-25 |
I recall that this tactic failed miserably against Freddy Krueger.
|chumbucket - 2009-02-25 |
Christ is the remedy for absent parenting
|Xiphias - 2009-02-25 |
So right after he says "I took authority in christ all fear flew away", the most hilariously gay voice ever says "oh my"
|dickshapedfood - 2009-02-25 |
This is similar to the techniques for monster banishing I was taught as a child. I am now an atheist. I guess the demons got me after all.
|cognitivedissonance - 2009-02-25 |
Speaking as a professional monster hunter and vampire exorcist, prayer does work, but only if you're confirmed and baptised Catholic, and you are standing within a ring of blessed salt and wearing a silver rosary.
|Corman's Inferno - 2009-02-25 |
Carman is a made man. All the monsters at the end were found in NY Harbor with their throats slashed.
|StanleyPain - 2009-02-25 |
So, out of curiosity, why is it that the Christians are unable to magically defend themselves against, say, being hit by cars? If their faith can repel such supernatural evils as demons and devils, why can't it do anything for such banal, Earthly things?
Also, Carman is so gay the day when it is revealed he is actually gay will be the gayest day in the history of gay days.
|Nyms Lives! - 2009-02-25 |
Remember kids, all bad things go away if you are...
|Avengingatheist - 2009-02-27 |
Remember kids, monsters hate obnoxious songs
|phalsebob - 2009-06-23 |
I used to think that vampires couldn't get me on Sundays, because that was the Lord's day. I was six... what's his excuse.
Oh, and kids... if you read this... vampires can totally get you on Sundays. I learned the hard way that there is only one sure defence against vampires, no matter what you've read or seen. Friend of man, foe of the undead- Fire.
|Old People - 2012-11-01 |
Stars for half of the comments and all of the song!
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