• Panic! At The Disco will turn you into a gay crack whore

    July 16, 2012 10:10 am 15 comments

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    While they might seem perfectly fine at first, Panic! At The Disco are anything but. Even though they’ve abandoned the “guyliner”, the feminine costumes and flowers, and disposed of two members, they are still as dangerous as ever and are still known to make teens become ‘emosexual’.

    Homo gay lead singer, Brandon Urine, and transsexualizing drummer, Spencer Smith, still remain. Knowing girls as young as 12 attend the concerts, Urine strips all of his clothes off and shows his family jewels to the children. Previously, Brandon had homosexual relations with ex-guitarist, George Ross, and spent many nights at a so-called ‘cabin’ engaging in group sex orgies.

    Panic! At The Disco’s foul lyrics promote sex before marriage, the use of an iGay, and many other sinful practises.

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    But wait, that’s not all! The exclamation mark in their name represents the symbol for their underground prostitution and sex slave cult. During what the fans would call ‘Pretty. Odd. era’, there was an absence of the ‘!’, which was around the same time the FBI shut down a similar underground cult. The return of their business brought this symbol back, signalling to the fans, that this club was up and running again.

    After the show, Spencer Smith opens up a drug tent disguised as a merchandise stall, the code word to obtain an ounce of cocaine is ‘top left. Yes, there. Medium.’.

    This band is currently working on a new album, waiting for the right moment to convince teenagers to submit to evil sodomy.

    So take this as an early warning and keep your children away from these horrible sinners.

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