Has your son been growing out his hair and combing it to the side and topping it off with a beanie or hoodie, even if it is 100 degrees outside? Has hit pant’s size labels gone from saying 28 inch to a female size of 6? Does he spend a lot of money at Hot Topic or surfs eBay for overly priced “vintage” clothing? Does he spend hours making mixed tapes with scotch tape labels entitled “Tracks to Hang My Soul From” or “For the Girl I wish I Could Dream About”? Or even worse, has he been hanging posters of 90lbs boys with tribal tattoos above his bed, gazing into their eyes with sugar sprinkled lust? If so, you son has been traveling with Satan’s homo erotic boy band tour bus, while under the influence of what is know as “Pop Punk Rock”.
For those who don’t know, pop punk or “bubblegum pop” came out of the gay crammed city of San Fransisco in the late 90’s from bands like Greenday, Bad Religion, The Pixies and the famous underground band, Good Charlotte. These bands were formed to be more gay club friendly and not to be so grunge, trash style. Gays wanted to be apart of the new punk culture that was springing up in every corner of suburbia, but needed a Boy George sass to it. So the gays picked up their musical weapons and formed a lighter, more homo friendly melody that they could slap their tickle whistles to.
Like all things gay, weather it is disease, sin or the urge to consume large amounts of brown star of David muscle relaxing drugs, the new pop punk movement started to brainwash America’s youth and their music climbed onto the pop music charts. All of a sudden songs like “The Boys of Summer”, “Feeling This” and “Hit That”, started to infect the Billboard charts with their homosexual anthems and messages.
It is called “Pop Punk” not because it is considered “Pop” music, it is because in gay street talk they call the first experience of gay sin docking as being “Popped” or “Popping”. This is also why fans of Pop Punk are called “Poppers”. Most new fans of Pop Punk are new recruits to the gay lifestyle and they are traded around within the gay pecking order and gays fight violently to be the “Cherry Picker” or “Sir Popper” of the new boy’s firm fecal passageway. Once the vile act is completed, they can be promoted to the rank of “Popper”.
Early songs were fueled with fecal assassin tendencies and slowly turned into male dairy form songs. Lead singers would try their hardest to create songs about breakups, confused sexual identities, depression binge drinking and how to stalk the football captain’s girlfriend.
With this new music becoming so famous and easy to create, failed metal bands like “New Found Glory”, “Blink182″ and “MxPx” were given an outlet to easily become famous rock stars. Lead singers were forced to get rid of their devil outfits and turn them in for skinny jeans, tight black t-shirts and bleached blonde hair.
Not only do these bands create homo toe tapping tracks, but they also take famous songs from the 70s and 80s and turn them into something that arouses Satan into a fecal frenzy of mass masturbatory proportions.
This new culture is flooded with homosexual antics and be sure that your son has had a late night back sit rub down or skin inspection with a fellow male “Popper”. It is not uncommon for these young mean to tamper with God’s anger towards sweaty homosexual sex-plorations.
Modern day pop punk bands like “Falling Out Boy” and “The Get Up Kids” have been considered the most dangerous bands to your children. Falling Out Boy recently produced a song called “Dance, Dance” which is a song that tells a story about a young boy who wants to drop out of college become a gogo dancer at a local leather bar.
With songs like this being played on Mtv, VH1, BET and on every Ryan Seacrest radio station, your sons are being taught that education and American morals are not important anymore.
So take our Holy warning and look through you sons iTunes player and delete any band that seems dangerous. If they keep downloading them, cancel their Apple subscription and don’t allow them to become friends with kids that have parents who let them have access to the iTunes store or Napster.