• NPR pushes obscene childrens book

    May 19, 2011 10:51 pm 11 comments
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  • One of my dear facebook friends the other day posted a link to a article on the National Public Radio (NPR)website. It is supporting a disgusting lurid children’s book entitled “Go The F**k to sleep” and is written by Adam Mansbach.

    NPR reports:

    Mansbach said on a particularly bad night, he left his daughter’s room and tapped out a Facebook status update: “Look out for my forthcoming children’s book, Go the [famous four-letter expletive] to Sleep.”

    The response was so great that Mansbach got to work and before long he had an exquisitely profane bedtime story that has really struck a nerve.

    So popular is filling the ears of todays youth with profanity that the book has been leaked through pirates on the internet.

    Here is an except from this evil book that is only good for one thing…

    The owls fly forth from the treetops.

    Through the air, they soar and they sweep.

    A hot crimson rage fills my heart, love

    For real, shut the [expletive] up and sleep.

    The cubs and the lions are snoring,

    Wrapped in a big snuggly heap.

    You’re cute as hell and smart as [expletive]

    But why in the [expletive] won’t you sleep?


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