Monday, December 20, 2010

They Found Him!

The original singer of the worst version of "O Holy Night" finally comes forward and proves it is really him by singing it live on video. Why? I guess when it comes to fame, bad breath is better than no breath at all.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Have you thought about one-handed conasta or maybe even gardening?

bad breath said...

95% of bad breath is from the mouth sinus and throat. When I notice a client has halitosis/bad breath or complains of post nasal drip and tonsil stones despite having healthy teeth & gums, I advise the client to visit the site of Oraltech Labs. I can report clients return visits have undetectable Halitosis/bad breath. So if all else fails direct them to Oraltech Labs. USA & UK. Association of Dental Health

Alix said...

YOu might make fun--or call it the worst O Holy Night--and musically you would be right--but as I listened, somehow I peeked into the heart of the singer and emotion welled up. It was a divine night and he knows it--can't sing it--but feels it--and to me that came through. I always tell folks who say they cannot sing....it says make a joyful noise unto the Lord--and this singer has done that--joyful and full of the hope of the nativity.

Anonymous said...

Halitosis spam or insightful comment?

Fr Joseph Huneycutt said...

Halitosis Spam sounds like a rock band.

s-p said...

Or a hint...

Peter and Felicity said...

I would go to a concert featuring Halitosis Spam, Father Joseph.

Anonymous said...

Considering the unwanted emails I get in my inbox, I would be very wary of who the opening act for Halitosis Spam might be.

Anonymous said...

Unbelievable, is this for real?

Anonymous said...

Southern Rock Band, Fr. Joseph