Church Music vs. Sexual Music

I would love to be the person who breaks the news to the co-worker in this story.

Background: This takes place at a shop which constantly plays Christian music via satellite radio. The owner isn’t a fan but he doesn’t bother changing it since he only stops by the shop casually:

… One day [the owner] came in and chatted with us [employees] for a while when he noticed the radio was playing a mainstream song.

He asked, “Did someone finally change the channel?”

My co-worker (and manager) replied, “Sometimes this station plays sexual music between the Christian music.”

The owner asked, “Sexual music? It’s not Christian but isn’t calling it sexual going a little too far?”…

I enjoy how the conversation ends :)

(via That Atheist Bitch)

  • littlejohn

    The employee must have been Baptist. You know the old joke: Baptists object to sex because it might lead to dancing.

  • Epistaxis

    Hemant, you’re the chair of the board of the Sexual Student Alliance!

  • http://logofveritas.blogspot.com Veritas

    I StumbledUpon it earlier, and it made me lol. And gee, Hemant…I’d love to be chair of that Alliance!!!

  • Schmeer

    If they are listening to satelite radio I hope they don’t sample some of the non-christian channels or they may suffer an acute case of the vapors.

  • Gabemik

    I can hear Marvin in my head now . . .

    and when I get that feeling, I need sexual human,
    sexual
    human baby is good for me

  • absent sway

    Baaaaaaaaaby! *groovin*
    Marvin’s the man.

  • Dan W

    Lulz. Apparently I’m a sexual humanist. And I’ve always preferred sexual music to Christian music.

  • Christophe Thill

    “Secular Healing” !

  • http://jasonrelliott.net Jason R. Elliott

    If you listen to most of the popular contemporary christian music you will notice that if you just replace “jesus” with “baby” most of it sounds quite a bit different. Might make the top 40 though.

  • Mark

    Secular music. (sexual music, har har)


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