Baby, It’s Rape Outside

I’m glad that these people don’t seem to have the slightest understanding of how sex works; at least it means they won’t procreate.

[Update a couple minutes later]

I agree with the comment over there that it’s annoying to have non-Christmas songs like this (and Over The River And Through The Woods, which I think is a Thanksgiving song) being substituted for actual ones, that actually talk about, you know, Christ and stuff.

11 thoughts on “Baby, It’s Rape Outside”

  1. opening with “I really can’t stay” sung by Liza and “Baby, I’m fine with that” sung by Lemanski.

    And so Julia leaves loser Pajama Boy, who will never see her again. We won’t really know if she made it home, and certainly there will be talk about how disinterested he was in her. We will hear about the whole story over Thanksgiving, thankful the tryptophan will knock the rest of us out, so we don’t have to hear the pathetic whining.

  2. You’ve found another solution to the Fermi paradox. A civilization dies when procreation requires lawyers to write a contract.

    1. Marriage vows are a contract, and they’ve been around for awhile.

      Admittedly, when one must have lawyers write them, it becomes an entirely different ball game.

  3. Are there Christmas carols I’m unaware of, like “Christ was born today – and those who don’t follow him are damned to hell fire for all eternity?”

  4. I doubt the jewish rabbi Yeshue ben Joseph cared much about singing gentile songs about him. Or Paul when he was trying to raise money for the jerusalem church preaching the end is near give me your money, what songs you sang at this time of the year.

    1. How do we know he was Jewish anyhow? Well, “He went into his father’s work, he lived at home into his thirties, he thought his mother was a virgin, and his mother thought he was God.”

    2. Being concerned about the songs people sing is a time honored tradition that goes back long before Christianity. It wouldn’t be surprising at all if they had concerns over music =p

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