atomic_fungus (atomic_fungus) wrote,
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#699: Things that almost ruined my keyboard

...which I saw while catching up on "Something Awful". Emphasis is always mine.


Furrs for Christ???

"Rock music is the Satanic music because it inspires the youth to go out and desecrate the name of the Lord. It is dangerous for a Christian society. Bands like Creed and Switchfoot are only further allowing Satan to penetrate and rape the Church. That is gay as hell."

And look at the guy at the bottom of that first page! Hilarious!

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Looking through the "Weekend Web" pages is usually an exercise in hilarity, becuase they find the weirdest crap on the internet and make wisecracks about it.

My spam posts are meant to be pale imitations of this stuff. I know it's not as good, but I'm trying.

At the bottom of THIS page we have KRYHAVOC, DEAF MASTER OF SOUND! BWAAA HA HA HA HA HA!!!!

Via Something Awful, Art by Women About Menstruation! Yes, it's real! You can't make this kind of stuff up!

This one convinces me that making fun of goths is like shooting fish in a barrel.

Now it makes sense. Apparently "getting the chicks" is more complex than Transform Analysis or Advanced Calculus. This is why I can't seem to get a date.
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