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01/20/2013

Video: 'Queers are under direction possession by…millions...of demons from the pits of hell'

by Jeremy Hooper

This facial hair and the face attached to it are here to remind you of what makes gay people gay. I don't want to spoil it but—demons. It's demons.

Enjoy:

Glad that's settled. I have sooooo much to do today in order to care for my millions of demons. One less thing.

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*UPDATE: Apparently the guy behind the video now says he was joking. Hmm, okay. But two things for the creator: (1) The video is actually less overheated than half of what we see around here, thus the reason why we were all so quick to just accept it for what it is. (2) There was nothing in the video that really read like comedy. It wasn't "funny" in any obvious way that makes a point. If making a parody like this, give your audience some sort of "we're-all-in-on-the-joke payoff" so that they are laughing with you.

Good job fooling people. However, you can't be all like, "why didn't you know this was a joke?" if you make something that looks just like its inspiration without any payoff punch.

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