August 20, 2006

If you sing "Amen, Amen" backwards while doing so-called "liturgical" dance, it comes out as "Numa Numa"


The original!

Click on the image to watch the video.
It's one minute and thirty-seven seconds long.
The "Numa Numa" part of the song starts
about one minute into the video.


Anonymous Andrew said...

Gee. That got me thinking.

What if Mass were said backwards?

What if it were said in pig-Latin?

"Nai etha amena foa etha atherfa, nda etha onsa, nda etha olyha piritsa"

12:53 PM  
Blogger Father Stephanos, O.S.B. said...

Okay, Andrew, you're probably at least as weird as I am.

2:14 PM  
Anonymous Andrew said...

Lol! I'd thought you'd like that. Almost like speaking in tongues...

8:16 PM  
Anonymous pml said...

The first time I saw this video, my brother-in-law sent it as a joke in response to a series of e-mails we were sending each other on religion, specifically on Adam & Eve, and who sinned first ... his final e-mail was the video to show me how he finally saw the light on my position and how he reacted ....

The video is a hoot, but it is beyond me what the words mean.

9:12 AM  
Blogger Joee Blogs said...

Nice blog and wicked vid. It rocks!

12:55 PM  

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