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    Not really, but still worth a look for the sheer ridiculousness.
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    That Mayor McCheese head looks SO inconveniently large.
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    We use feed that grows a cow
    or chicken twice than half its size

    Can you help me
    scratch the tumor on my brain...

    lmmfao!!! Wtf...

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    Im not a massive Sabbath fan by any means, but this just reminds me of a better version of this...


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    I.....don't know what to say.
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    I'm resurrecting an old thread here, but I just saw Mac Sabbath live a few nights ago....

    I probably wouldn't have gone otherwise, but I won free tickets from the venue and Dog Fashion Disco was opening, oh and Clownvis Presley too. Clownvis was hilarious and Dog Fashion Disco was great as always; they even played Creeping Death. Mac Sabbath on the other hand got old really quick and the joke wore out fast. You were hearing Black Sabbath music and wanted to sing along, but instead you got badly written parody lyrics you could barely understand - it definitely wasn't Weird Al parody perfection. The singer couldn't sing at all and he did Ozzy's clapping stage move at every opportunity. So as a word of advice, it's not worth seeing live - you can get the gist of it from a few minutes on Youtube.
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    'Cos now its time to pay the piper
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    Don't make me have to call a sniper
    And wipe your brains off my windshield wiper, you dirty bug"

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