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11/08/2007

Video: 1-800-H8URSLF

by Jeremy Hooper

A YouTuber calling himself PepPep Productions decided to prank call a Christian advice line to find out just how they handle those young, impressionable gay people who call them looking for help. Listen to the "compassion" and reasoned understanding on the other end of the line:

Jesus (literally)! You know, if Opposite World is ever hiring for their version of a suicide prevention line, then this "loving" lady is a shoo-in!

Homosexuals: The Christian Truth [YouTube]

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