You're Offended By Clucking in the Muppets Movie??

I seriously wish I could make this stuff up.  I just can't.  I was recently privy to a Facebook conversation that stared off innocently, and potentially funnily, enough.  A friend posed the following question on her wall and the first two responses start off like they were supposed to and played along:

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Then, THIS guy comes along and RUINS EVERYTHING!!

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ARE YOU KIDDING ME?? You just got your daddy panties in a wad because of CLUCKING?!?!?

(In case you don’t know what I am referring to:)


If I am following his logic correctly . . . in the Muppet's movie, the chickens obviously don't say the original words of Ce-Lo's song, nor do they even sing the Glee version.  Instead . . . they cluck it.  And he is offended.

What I'm thinking here is that if said kids even know the lyrics to that song, especially the lyrics as God and Ce-Lo originally intended them, that is the fault of the parent and not the Muppet movie.  Just a guess.

So . . . what do I do??  Egg him on of course!

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Then, the inevitable happens.  You can almost see it coming.  "Lee" gets his panties in a wad.  I don't know where he lives, I don't know what he's doing, but I can just feel those tighty-whites working their way up his ass crack.

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Then, inexplicably, Mommy #1 went from (Potentially Funny) Mommy #1 to (Serious-Panties-In-A-Wad) Mommy #1.

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Huh??  This conversation just had so much potential.

I did take the boy to see "Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked" and in one scene Alvin was flying on a kite aboard the cruise ship.  While up in the air, Alvin says, "I can see Russia from here!"  Oh my God!!  He made a Sarah Palin reference!!  In a KID'S MOVIE!  The horror.  

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