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So the other day I came across the brilliance of www.mostoffensivevideo.com, which I passed on to fellow blogger, Brittany. This is by far the funniest web page I've been to in the year 2009. I don't really remember other years’ videos. So this is all I have to go on. The best they have to offer is their parodies of the Peanuts Gang, which was made famous by Charlie Brown's Kwanzaa. Yes Charlie Brown and his bunch of innocent, clean-cut, cutesy mutha fuckas have been transformed into a bunch of foul-mouthed, obscene, vulgar, mutha fuckas.

And did I mention that in the parodies, all the characters’ races have been changed, so the Peanuts Gang is all black. And they drop the N bomb faster than Chris Brown could pulverize Rihanna’s face on a Saturday night.

To give an example of this great humor, in the special It’s Mutha Fuckin Ramadan Charlie Brown…where Chuck decides to convert to Islam, he says,

: My name is not Charlie Brown anymore. It’s Osama Vendejo.

or

Sally Brown: I took part in a florabama gangbang. I looked like a big ol' glazed donut.

Good Stuff. www.mostoffensivevideo.com

QATFYG: Do you miss the Peanuts Gang and Charles M. Schultz? Where do you draw the line with offensive humor? And which Peanuts character would you like to see bitch-slapped?

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