Set a spell, take your shoes off, ya'll come back now, ya hear?
I'm not sure you've got the right picture here - those beards look pretty stubbly to me. Where are the revolutionary guards? Those are the real badass dudes.
Yeah, those guys shave with sharpened bits of femurs. Or is that 'lemurs'?
For a glee club they certainly don't look to happy.
That's because the women in the Tehran Playboy Mansion wear burkhas.
Oh Julie Andrews would not like this version, not at all. John Coltrane did a great cover of this tune and Hubby and I do a cover based on Coltrane's. Now I'm going to hear these lyrics in my head when I play this song! Thanks Al.
I'd like to hear those. Good thing I didn't make anything to go with "when a dog bites, when a bee stings."
Bahahahhahaaaaa...thanks for the morning laugh. I needed that. Your adsurdity is the best! :)
It actually was pretty fun to do.
LOL they look to be like "wtf am I saying"
Yeah, they don't speak English.Except for "Death to America' probably.
I'm not kidding Al, this is actually one of my favourite blog posts ever which is odd because it's so short, I laughed really hard at this. I used to love that song, I have no idea what put the idea for the Glee club thing into your head but damn it's amazing! I'm with Anne that Coltrane's cover is amazing too.
They're probably booked up for a while, so I'll probably be disappointed that they won't be singing their hit "My nuke kills your dirty bomb" at my 'end of the world' Mayan calendar party later this year. I appreciate well thought posts as this. You've brightened a dull morning. Thanks.
Wow, I didn't know they sang.
Makes me think of Akmed(?)the Terrorist and Jeff Dunham. "Silence....I Keeel You!"
Great post Al. Who wrote those lyrics? I couldn't stop laughing. From The Sound of Terror, right?Yeah the Coltrane instrumental is a jazz classic.
I'm sure they sound absolutely fucking brilliant live.
Those lyrics seem authentic. Well played, Al, very believable.xoRobyn
@shockgrubz: If we're all still here on December 22, I'll have to write about it (right after I rush out to buy those Christmas presents I was hoping I wouldn't have to buy).@Ruth: They're much more than suicide-bombers and pretty faces.@Barb: As I writing it, that's exactly who I was thinking of.@anthony: Believe it or not, I wrote them. I look for pictures on the Drudge Report and try to think of captions. The majority of pictures end up on my Facebook account, but this one (and Hillary) I wanted to share with you.@Beer: Accompanied by the sound of exploding busses, they're truly breathtaking.@Robyn: I may want to rework the entire song.
Talk about badass!