August 20, 2006

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

AMEN AMEN = 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.



5 Comments:

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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