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It’s Friday, Friday, Getting Crucified Day!

All the Skepchicks had a similar reaction to this: we hate song parodies. We love this. Enjoy.

Sent in by reader jtradke, who writes, “Disclaimer: it was made by my friend that’s in Second City. And you can hear me beatboxing in one part.”

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24 Comments

  1. Crucifixion?

    Yes.

    Good, out the door line on the left one cross each.

    Crucifixion?

    Um no freedom.

    What?

    Yeah they said I hadn’t done anything and I could go live on an island somewhere.

    Oh I say That’s very nice Well off you go then…

  2. Glad to see something good come from that poorly auto-tuned abomination.

    Also occurred to me that Skepchick.org could get a sizeable boost in traffic if you were to change your last name to Black. If you could stomach it, of course.

    1. Was just having this conversation last night, actually. I like Weird Al as a person — he seems like a pretty cool guy. But he makes music for 11-year olds, and the moment I hit 12 I was relieved to finally admit that it was awful.

    1. That’s funny you think it’s mean spirited, because the other responses I’ve seen have wondered whether it was made by a Christian.

      I don’t really see anything mean-spirited about it, but maybe I wasn’t listening closely enough.

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