Rebecca Black's song Friday has sure made a splash in the YouTube world...and now it's gotten religious in the funniest possible way.
If you're a Rebecca Black parody fanatic, you've seen lots of YouTube videos, like Gang Fight, the version where a deaf person interprets the weekday-themed song based on Rebecca's lip movements. That one was funny...but this one is hilarious. And life's not worth living without a sense of humor, right?
I think my favorite line is, "Friday, Friday, getting crusified-day. Dad better be right about my resurrection."
Note: if you're looking for some actual religious versions of Rebecca Black's Friday, try these - but the thing is, they aren't that good, and I think they're serious. And, as a non-religious person myself, I think it's a bit silly to just make a boring, non-funny song parody of a song like Friday. But hey, what do I know, right?
On another note, this parody just bleeps out some words to make it sound like Rebecca's dropping frequent F bombs. It's pretty awful. The only reason I bring it up is because if you like songs with bleeped out words, try The Count. This is truly hilarious. I highly recommend this video - it's fantastic.
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