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    Dara O Briain and Hugh Dennis look back at the week’s news in the company of guests Ed Byrne, Rhys James, Olga Koch, Nigel Ng and Suzi Ruffell.
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Comments • 226

  • Chris Garton
    Chris Garton 2 days ago

    Holy Spirit Batman!

  • Yoruichi The Extra Terrestrial

    _... And now on BBC 1, it's Songs Of Praise, hosted by Richard Dawkins...and Chris Hansen._
    Also, the Saint Paul's Cathedral thing... There's a pub in Muswell Hill that used to be a church. It's pretty nice as well.

  • Freya C
    Freya C 3 days ago +2

    "Apart from the vegan who had to bring his own stuff" as I vegan I found that quite funny.

  • Chris Garton
    Chris Garton 4 days ago +1

    So you have all brought your Harry Potter memorabilia, now put it in the fire.

  • Mateja
    Mateja 6 days ago

    anything that makes sense

  • Chris Garton
    Chris Garton 13 days ago

    Pop and rap music, why are these music genres mostly listened to? Because they are not the devil’s music.

  • WorldWide Edits
    WorldWide Edits 14 days ago

    oh- oh sorry, I played the wrong note on the organ?
    well why don't you just forgive me

  • D.DoT-Z
    D.DoT-Z 16 days ago +7

    “And now a word from our sponsor...”

  • Nick C
    Nick C 16 days ago

    is this recent?

  • AboutToKermit
    AboutToKermit 17 days ago

    mock the week really went to shit.

  • J G
    J G 17 days ago +4

    The humor is so safe now (but actually not too bad). Bring back Frankie Boyle.

  • OJOk
    OJOk 18 days ago +1

    Pret joke has been made before on mock the week lol OC

  • The Globertrotter
    The Globertrotter 18 days ago +30

    "And here is the evidence for the bible's contents..."

  • Platinum Patience
    Platinum Patience 19 days ago +3

    *To avoid spoilers, don't read the comment section!*

  • Samar Iqbal
    Samar Iqbal 19 days ago +7

    This made me (Sikh) and it gave me the (sheikhs). Oh god!!!😊

  • WMV Gaming
    WMV Gaming 19 days ago +1

    I still dont like that lesbian man thing with the dwayne dibbly haircut...

  • Grantley Hughes
    Grantley Hughes 19 days ago +75

    And on tonight's program, we visit the group of dyslexic Muslims who were seen praying in the direction of Maccas.

  • Senan Collins
    Senan Collins 20 days ago +4

    Andrew will always be the sexy priest from Fleabag!!

  • Michael David
    Michael David 20 days ago +7

    ''The bible says that there should be no sex before marriage. No wonder Peter left his girlfriend for an atheist''

  • Michael David
    Michael David 20 days ago +3

    ''My name is Christian but i'm not a Christian''

  • Michael David
    Michael David 20 days ago +11

    ''Ok Muslims how many of you have farted when you bend down during Friday prayers?''

  • Michael David
    Michael David 20 days ago +1

    ''Somebody call The Ghostbusters''

  • Michael David
    Michael David 20 days ago +1

    ''Ive got such a headache bible bashing really hurts''

  • Michael David
    Michael David 20 days ago +2

    ''Are people that are born with disabilities being punished for sins of a previous life ? lets ask Glenn Hoddle''

  • Michael David
    Michael David 20 days ago +2

    ''George Michael once said he's got to have Faith but he couldn't as he wasn't religious and was gay''

  • Michael David
    Michael David 20 days ago +18

    ''Lord forgive me she me told she was 16''

  • Old timer
    Old timer 20 days ago +1

    What no funny Mohammed jokes, strange that.

  • Wolfencreek Compilations
    Wolfencreek Compilations 20 days ago +23

    "THERE IS NO GOD!"

    • l gg
      l gg 17 days ago +1

      There is no universe it's a hoax

  • IterImpiusnp
    IterImpiusnp 21 day ago +58

    Subjects like this makes me wish Frankie Boyle was still there

    • Freya C
      Freya C 3 days ago

      We have someone even better, Ed Byrne and Milton Jones.

    • SchwarzeWitwe2
      SchwarzeWitwe2 4 days ago +3

      It's been ten years, get over it already.

    • Dawid Laszuk
      Dawid Laszuk 16 days ago

      RIP Frankie :(

  • abandoned beauty
    abandoned beauty 22 days ago +6

    But I did watch it on the telly laughing hard here.

  • FutureChaosTV
    FutureChaosTV 22 days ago +12

    Well, those lines are a normal day in U.S. evangelical cuckoo radio land.

  • Indian Here
    Indian Here 22 days ago +2

    Ed and Hugh are the last ones standing

  • Jonah Safern
    Jonah Safern 23 days ago +2

    That one Jewish joke was so true though. The Labour Party is literally full or racists at the moment and it's pathetic how people can still support them.

    • ghost girl
      ghost girl 11 days ago

      @Jonah Safern see I always see people say this about the Labour Party but I've never seen them actually present evidence. Can you tell me specific events where Jeremy corbyn has been indisputably antisemitic? No one else seems to. The Conservative party on the other hand, is absolutely full of islamaphobes. Boris Johnson, their leader, has said that islamaphobia is natural and Muslim women wearing burkhas look like letterboxes. Andrea leadson (I'm fairly sure it was her) said that all issues relating to islamaphobia are issues for the foreign offices, implying that British Muslims don't exist. Can you tell me explicitly antisemitic quotes from Labour Party members who weren't sanctioned for it? I know there have been antisemitic members, but they were fired for it.

    • 45641560456405640563
      45641560456405640563 15 days ago

      @Jonah Safern Where was the lie? Oh wait....

    • Jonah Safern
      Jonah Safern 15 days ago

      @45641560456405640563 Now who's still trying to convince themselves of something?

    • 45641560456405640563
      45641560456405640563 15 days ago

      @Jonah Safern Voting demographics in current British politics and their undercurrents are fairly obvious m'kay. But I do understand that various foibles are fuelling your fire.

    • Jonah Safern
      Jonah Safern 15 days ago

      @45641560456405640563 Ok boomer

  • Jim's videos
    Jim's videos 23 days ago +2

    Olga though, funny and utterly gorgeous 😀

  • lsw t
    lsw t 24 days ago +3

    “let’s think about this...”

  • parrotprodigy productions
    parrotprodigy productions 25 days ago +20

    Great video. The entire cast was on fire! If I may add one:
    "Dear Heavenly Father, I pray that you congregants don't read today's edition of our paper where I was accused Tuesay last in that incident involving a student. Such lies! I demand my name be cleared! We all know I'm too busy on Tuesday evenings hosting bingo. Clearly, it happened on Wednesday evening!"
    Yet another example of why great comedy isn't as easy as it looks. Kudos to the professionals on MTW! 👏👏👍

  • No Name
    No Name 25 days ago

    Here is proof/evidence...

  • Peter Green
    Peter Green 25 days ago +85

    "Every priest is sexy after you've had enough altar wine". 😂

  • 12345 678910
    12345 678910 26 days ago +8

    And then Mary said "trust me Joseph, Judus is just a friend, it was God who knocked me up"

  • Dan Everett
    Dan Everett 26 days ago +16

    A bishop, an Imam and the Chief Rabbit 😂

  • Syed Ali Basit Nastuh
    Syed Ali Basit Nastuh 26 days ago +1

    What’s a weatherspoon?

    • Old timer
      Old timer 20 days ago

      He was a boxer who fought Frank Bruno.

    • PjD0150
      PjD0150 26 days ago +8

      A chain of pubs.

  • Chris Garton
    Chris Garton 26 days ago +9

    And there were five loaves and two fish, so only seven people were fed.

  • Lord Skeptic
    Lord Skeptic 26 days ago +25

    In the beginning the universe was created. This has made a lot of people very angry and has been widely regarded as a bad move.
    Hitchhikers guide to the galaxy.

    • First.Time.In.Space
      First.Time.In.Space 25 days ago

      Lord Skeptic I honestly consider it as a very holy book indeed. (Dont panic!)

  • Mathieu Leader
    Mathieu Leader 27 days ago +10

    we have tracked down the Buddha to Hollywood California where the immortal deity has started his own filmaking enterprise called Bodhisattvista entertainment

  • Mathieu Leader
    Mathieu Leader 27 days ago +160

    What do call it when a priest has a fight?
    an altercation

    • Wolfencreek Compilations
      Wolfencreek Compilations 16 days ago

      How do you get a priest on a school bus?
      Don't worry, unlike the priest, it won't be hard.

    • Indian Here
      Indian Here 22 days ago

      That's what Brad from BATK calls 'alteration'

    • stuart balchin
      stuart balchin 26 days ago

      what do you call Jeremy Corbn in a fight? Jewish revenge

    • Benjamin T Haden
      Benjamin T Haden 26 days ago +3

      An Altar-cation you mean?

    • Joe Blundy
      Joe Blundy 27 days ago

      Mathieu Leader I want to die

  • D_S_ C
    D_S_ C 27 days ago +9

    *avoids jokes about islam*

    • Saoirse del Tufo
      Saoirse del Tufo 26 days ago +5

      Presumably because most of them (not sure about Ng) didn't grow up in a Muslim environment and neither did most of the audience. They don't have the experience to make a good joke and we probably wouldn't get it

    • matthew godding
      matthew godding 26 days ago +5

      No buddhist jokes, jainist, wiccans, voodoo, breatharian, odinist, pagan. No greek orthodox, russian orthodox, calvinist, dominionist, mormon, jehovahs witness, jewish or communist (bill maher once described it as an atheist religion). No atheist or agnostic jokes. An irish person made a catholic joke, some british and thus presumably c of e culturally types made some puns, and a white bloke even made a pun out of mosque.
      But yeah, no one banged on about wahabi islam. On a comedy show.
      For some it was just a tuesday evening. But i guess we could all be a bit more angry. That would make life better.

    • Smudge
      Smudge 26 days ago +2

      Dara O'Brien covers it in one of his tours as to why he doesn't

    • PjD0150
      PjD0150 26 days ago +4

      They avoided Hindu jokes as well. :D

    • Cider Yeti
      Cider Yeti 26 days ago +2

      @Zack E mosque bros is a play on a nationwaide company of tailors.
      As hinted in the joke it was a popular place for blokes to get their wedding suits.
      The company is called Moss Bros
      www.moss.co.uk/

  • ListerTR
    ListerTR 27 days ago +3

    Mock The Week should have died long ago.

    • nantrax143
      nantrax143 27 days ago +6

      Then why are you watching clips of the show?

  • Gilbert Gélinas
    Gilbert Gélinas 27 days ago +15

    Wish there would be subtitles for the hearing impaired and those of us who can't figure out the British accent

    • Samar Iqbal
      Samar Iqbal 19 days ago

      Gilbert Gélinas Just google it. It comes with visual pictures to help you. Good luck!

    • Tairneanach
      Tairneanach 23 days ago

      Huh, weird that they don't have them, seeing as the BBC subtitles practically everything. They surely archive their subtitles and could add them to the video easily.

    • Eddie Sterling
      Eddie Sterling 25 days ago

      Poor lamb, you.

    • Saoirse del Tufo
      Saoirse del Tufo 26 days ago +1

      There isn't one British accent (three countries, all with many different accents...) and not all the people on the show are British

    • Pepâ la Pow
      Pepâ la Pow 26 days ago +1

      Can’t understand the British accent? It will blow your mind that there was two Irish accents & a Malaysian one on the show too... but really? They spoke perfectly clearly

  • Tim Stam
    Tim Stam 27 days ago +30

    "How to molest children without god or their parents knowing"

    • Dave Box
      Dave Box 25 days ago

      @John Burton Really?
      "According to the 1907 Catholic Encyclopedia ... state that at the time of her betrothal to Joseph, Mary, the mother of Jesus, was 12-14 years old."
      en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Child_marriage
      "Historically within the Catholic Church, prior to the 1917 Code of Canon Law, the minimum age for a dissoluble betrothal (sponsalia de futuro) was seven years ...The 1983 Code of Canon Law maintained the minimum age for a valid marriage was puberty, or nominally 14 for males and 12 for females."
      Oops! Still feeling superior?

    • Dave Box
      Dave Box 25 days ago

      So inconvenient when facts don't back up your prejudices, isn't it.
      en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Child_marriage_in_the_United_States
      To quote from the above:
      "there are 13 (US) states in which there is no minimum age for marriage"
      "Between 2000 and 2015, over 200,000 minors were legally married in the United States"
      "16,400 children, some as young as 13, were married from 2000-2017, which is the second highest incidence of child marriage after Texas."
      "(historically) throughout the middle ages ... most girls were married by age fifteen"
      "According to a study compiled in 2018 by Alissa Koski and Jody Heymann, out of every 1000 children surveyed, about 6 were married"

    • John Burton
      John Burton 26 days ago

      @Tim Stam I just wanted to let you know that sex with minors is prohibited in the Bible. Hyperakmos means the epoch/prime of youth which the ancients considered as 20 years old. Those devils who abused those children are no more Christian than Mohammad.

    • Saoirse del Tufo
      Saoirse del Tufo 26 days ago

      I'm glad you're not on the show...

    • Tim Stam
      Tim Stam 26 days ago +3

      @John Burton hahaha, no the "profit" Mohammed abused and married a toddler in public, with consent from the child's parents I guess :)

  • Chestnut Bloke
    Chestnut Bloke 27 days ago +7

    I would like to criticise the first two episodes of series 18 part 2, not because of the jokes, but because Dara, Hugh and the panellists weren't wearing poppies when a lot of other TV presenters were. In my opinion, this is a lack of respect as the start of November was a time of remembrance, not a time of not giving a flying flamingo about one of, if not the most important event of history. Please can somebody to write to Points of View addressing this issue? Like this comment if you find the panellists not wearing poppies as a lack of respect.
    Also, in case you're wondering why Mock the Week won't be on this Friday (15 November) , it's because of Children in Need. However, there will be a special Scenes We'd Like to See during part 2 of the appeal night on BBC One. Although we don't know at what point they'll show it, it will be after 10.35pm. So yeah, hope you enjoy that.

    • Eric Layton
      Eric Layton 19 days ago

      John Burton nah it’s inherently moronic

    • Tairneanach
      Tairneanach 22 days ago

      @Chestnut Bloke You said "no wonder Ireland is part of the British Isles" in response to Hogan trying to explain why the Irish don't commemorate Remembrance Day. Your comment wouldn't make sense if it was about geography, because geographically speaking Ireland is part of the British Isles no matter what. The only way this whole thing makes a bit of sense is if you meant to imply Ireland was part of Britain and now that you've been corrected you're trying to defend yourself by pretending you meant geography the entire time.

    • Chestnut Bloke
      Chestnut Bloke 23 days ago

      @Bee Mel I'm not saying Ireland is not part of the UK. What I'm saying is that I THINK Ireland is part of the British Isles which may sound like the UK does not mean it.

    • Bee Mel
      Bee Mel 23 days ago

      @environmentalist hogan The English have killed hundreds of Scots, Welsh, Manx, and Cornish, as well. Not to mention Indians, Africans, Germans, French, Americans. Can we just all agree England has been just awful to a lot of different countries and cultures, and call it a day?

    • Bee Mel
      Bee Mel 23 days ago

      @Chestnut Bloke Have to agree with @environmentalist hogan on this one; the Republic of Ireland is NOT a part of the United Kingdom, which mainly consists of England, Scotland, Wales, Isle of Man, and Northern Ireland. Ireland has its own government, legal system, education system, etc, that have nothing to do with England or the monarchy. They even use the Euro (€) instead of the British Pound (£).

  • Dary Cooking
    Dary Cooking 27 days ago +4

    So funny 😂

  • Sudip Chatterjee
    Sudip Chatterjee 27 days ago +50

    Only seven dislikes so far. That's quite an achievement! I mean, given the time that we are living in!

    • Thomas Kip
      Thomas Kip 20 days ago

      Well, these jokes really were not that offensive

    • Sudip Chatterjee
      Sudip Chatterjee 22 days ago

      @Indian Here Ha ha! Just kidding!😉

    • Indian Here
      Indian Here 22 days ago

      @Sudip Chatterjee This video won't reach a billion views. Your predictions are safe.

    • Sudip Chatterjee
      Sudip Chatterjee 23 days ago

      @RoboBongoCuckooCop I'll be happy if it stays below, say, a billion.....😉

    • RoboBongoCuckooCop
      RoboBongoCuckooCop 23 days ago +1

      You jinxed it, it’s up to 44 now

  • ScooterMan
    ScooterMan 27 days ago +11

    Won’t you need to change the thumbnail when it’s no longer new?

    • eden
      eden 26 days ago

      wow u need a bring brain to figure that one out

  • DeusShaggy
    DeusShaggy 27 days ago +16

    Science is fact. Religion is fantasy.

    • Yuuki Kuroutarou
      Yuuki Kuroutarou 17 days ago

      Pipe Tunes exactly. We see it as false, they see it as true and the rulers saw it as a tool to control, which can explain all the conflicts triggered in the names of different gods like the Crusades or the English Civil War.

    • Eric Layton
      Eric Layton 19 days ago

      DeusShaggy nearly every single scientific experiment has an anomalous result that can’t be explained. Scientists usually ignore this result because it doesn’t add up with the core scientific theories that all science is based on (those theories also come from experiments that for the most part almost undoubtedly had anomalies as well). I’m not religious and I’ve been brought up with scientific thinking but doesn’t that FACT make you wonder if the universe maybe just doesn’t make total sense and maybe the fact that we try to use logic to explain the illogical is a bitter shortcoming of humanity?

    • DeusShaggy
      DeusShaggy 23 days ago

      @Chestnut Bloke
      Talk about second and third hand hearsay. Prove it. Replicate it through a demonstrable process. Otherwise it's all speculation and superstition.

    • Chestnut Bloke
      Chestnut Bloke 23 days ago

      Bobby Sedgwick Your 'imaginary friend' comment only has one like at the time I'm writing this comment. And while I can't see the number of dislikes for it as with all the other comments on this video, the 1 like probably implies that your comment has a lot of dislikes, and I think a lot of them are from Christians.

    • Chestnut Bloke
      Chestnut Bloke 23 days ago

      OK, everyone. There may be a Bible story about a talking donkey and how Jesus gave the blind something called 'vision', but what you're not understanding about Christianity is that if you follow God, he can do amazing things that will help not just you, but also your friends and family. There's a film that was released in 2016 based on a true story (and yes, I did say true) called Miracles from Heaven about a girl who is diagnosed with an incurable disease, but still decides to keep on going and live life to the fullest. Later in the film, she is on a tree branch which suddenly snaps abruptly causing it to fall straight to the ground with her still on it. When it eventually lands, the girl is lying on said ground with her eyes closed. Now, you would expect the girl to have been badly injured or maybe even to have died... but NO! Instead, thanks to a prayer from her Christian mum and a near-death experience in which her soul actually encounters God, her disease is cured when she returns to her earthly body. I haven't seen the film, but I am aware of what happens in it. If there are any Christians watching this video who have seen Miracles from Heaven, let me know what you think of it and tell me if it's informative. And if you want more evidence that there is a God, then ask me and I tell you the amazing.

  • Kevin H
    Kevin H 27 days ago +8

    Guessing ahead of time, all jokes at the expense of Christians and not any other religions.
    *Edit*
    Yeah I was right, apart from about 2 jokes.

    • Tairneanach
      Tairneanach 22 days ago +1

      @MEEEPMEEEPMEEEPMEEEP Why, thank you! Now I have the same image in my head. :D

    • MEEEPMEEEPMEEEPMEEEP
      MEEEPMEEEPMEEEPMEEEP 22 days ago +1

      @Tairneanach The two things I like most about your post is 1) it is well thought out, well researched and well written and I agree with every point and 2) it gives me a vivid image of Hagrid telling it to people like a TED talk and loudly screaming my username partway through

    • Tairneanach
      Tairneanach 22 days ago +2

      @Kevin H Islam is the second largest religion _in the world_ . In the UK, a mere 5 % of the population adhere to it. Christianity, at 59.4 %, is _vastly_ more powerful, and on second place there are those who do not have a religion at all (24.7 %). Since this is a show made in the UK about topics relevant to the UK, you can't honestly think that they're punching down on powerless Christians while Islam is oh so powerful. If anyone had the power to enact repercussions for those jokes, it would be Christians. But you guys are mostly good sports about it, though you do pipe up now and then; at least you're not violent about it. I won't lie, that's massively better than things are handled by certain adherents of Islam.
      What MEEPetc. said about Dara is true, though: Our culture is suffused by Christianity. Everyone here knows what people are talking about when someone makes a joke about Christianity, and the people making the jokes know Christianity. That's why you feel you're mocked more often than others, though I wouldn't call it relentless. People make plenty of jokes about things that don't have anything to do with Christianity. If you feel harried by people saying you're stupid, that usually happens when fundamentalist Christians stick to talking points that have long since been debunked and refuse to learn - i.e., they're being stupid. I've come to sympathise with some of those Christians, though, because I've realised that believing these things isn't really a choice one makes, and digging in and defending yourself is a natural response to having your world view challenged. I don't sympathise with Christians who spread hate, though.
      But even if we're talking worldwide, the situation is far from the way you're describing it. There are currently, if my count is correct, about a dozen countries where Christianity is the official state religion. I've been generous here and haven't counted the Faroe Islands and Greenland as separate countries, nor the Isles of Man, Jersey and Gurnsey, though Wikipedia lists them separately. Islam is the state religion in about 27 countries. That's only just about double. Most countries do not have a state religion.
      As an aside: I was surprised to learn that the only other state religion that exists in the entire world is Buddhism.
      But here's the caveat: In most western countries, most politicians are Christians, as are most judges and anyone else who is in a position of power. In the entire western world, there is a massive power advantage for Christianity, so even though these countries aren't officially Christian, Christianity holds power.
      In short: People in the UK, specifically in England where the Anglican church is the state religion, making jokes about Christianity (which barely happens in this video) is indeed punching up.
      Edit: I have to wonder, though: If you feel you're under attack this much, why bother watching a video you're convinced will contain lots of jokes at your expense?

    • Tairneanach
      Tairneanach 22 days ago +2

      So, because I'm a stickler for fact-checking, I went through every joke to see what they were about. Here are my results:
      - Marry, shag, avoid: not really about Christianity, but about the sillyness of marry, shag, avoid
      - Does Jesus save? A pun on save, not really about Christianity
      - Donation: a pun, not at all about Christianity; the joke would've been the same for any religion that takes donations, just swap "church" for the appropriate place of worship
      - Manger: another pun, though this one only works in Christianity ... and Islam, cause, y'know, they know Jesus too, and he was born in a manger there too
      (if you didn't know that, that just shows what MEEEPMEEEPMEEEPMEEEP said is true)
      - Andrew Scott: joke about alcohol and a tv show, no religion at all
      - Mosque Bros.: pun, not about Christianity (naturally)
      - Stargazing: could be any religion, cause most of them have fundies who don't like science
      - Fetish week: about a TV programme, not Christianity; would work for any religion that has a regular TV show cause all religions I'm aware of are too prude for a fetish week (and so's the BBC)
      - Sikh assistance: pun, only works with Sikhs, not Christianity
      - Labour party conference hell: joke about the labour party, not Christianity, but could be reworked as some Christian denominations don't believe in hell either, so she had the choice but didn't go there
      - The Chief Rabbit: pun, I guess, and not in the least about Christianity
      - Church on the telly: only a joke about Christianity if you think a tv programme is essential to Christian beliefs, but I'll give you this one
      - Noah's Ark: this story is part of all Abrahamic religions, and all of them have adherents who don't much like homosexuals
      - Feeding the Multitude: about highly specific food requirements, not the story itself
      - St Paul's Wetherspoons: Brexit joke
      - No likey, no lighty: about Paddy McGuinness, doesn't mock Christianity either
      None of these jokes except maybe for the "church on telly" one were at the expense of Christians. Unless you want to be incredibly thin-skinned about it, of course; you're free to take offence about anything you want, but don't be surprised when people call you snowflake. But even if I grant you that every single reference about Christianity and all references to Bible stories that also appear in the Tanakh and the Qur'an was a joke at the expense of Christians, we're still left with _five_ jokes that don't fall under that umbrella: mosque bros., stargazing, sikh assistance, labour party, chief rabbit.

    • Bee Mel
      Bee Mel 23 days ago +2

      @MEEEPMEEEPMEEEPMEEEP Okay, that was good.

  • Selvagaanapathi Selvaganapathi

    என்னடா நடக்குது இங்க

  • Vincornelis
    Vincornelis 27 days ago +1

    And so the teenage girl gave birth to the messiah after having a pregnancy forced upon her by a ghost and the human race decided to worship her rapist as the deity.

  • مبارك الزريق
    مبارك الزريق 27 days ago +3

    Thou Shall not See it.

  • Anthony Schneider
    Anthony Schneider 27 days ago +1

    eh

  • Pipe Tunes
    Pipe Tunes 27 days ago +3

    Religious disease IS hilarious tho.