Thursday, January 29, 2009

Are they for real?

Mouth agape...




Looks like they're trying to go all pseudo-hip, evangelical megachurch, JC is cool on us. So much for being a peculiar people, eh? I'm SO glad they didn't try this on me when I was a kid!

10 comments:

Michelle said...

I am trying to remember my mindset when I was in young women's. Would I have called bullshit or would I have been dancing on the stage in good, clean, fun black pants and mildy bright shirt? And who wrote that script? The scriptwriters need a healthy sprinkling of Tammy Faye fairy dust.

Eric said...
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Rachael said...

This strikes me as really peculiar...I don't know about you! All in good humor ;)
By the way, thanks for the comments on my blog...thanks for caring. You're great!
Take care.

Bonzai said...

wow.
that's disturbing...

down side up & right side in said...

Michelle's comment is EXACTLY what I was thinking...oh dear.... This was something else.

The Lyoness said...

That was...painful. Just watching that made my stomach hurt and my eyeballs start twitching. How on earth I ever put up with that sort of thing for 27 years, I have no freakin' clue.

Leslie said...

Oh dear. Creepy, creepy. I got about 10 seconds into that and then just couldn't watch it anymore.

Miss Pants said...

I'm only 1:17 in and I already threw up in my mouth.

Miss Pants said...

OH MY HORRORS!

I will shit my pants if they work in a "wiggity, wiggity wack!"

Robert said...

Even though I left Mormonism more than 20 years ago, it still gives me the shudders to see the video - and reminds me exactly why I left. This looks like something straight out of the People's Republic of Korea, everyone in the approved dress, performing the approved songs, dancing in the approved motions. I would bet the entire audience was pre-approved as well by their Bishops or Stake Presidents.

And it's ironic that while Mormons prides themselves on "being in the world, but not of it," here they are trying to have "fun" in a manner modeled after secular society, or did I miss the part in the BoM that talks about concerts?