September 23, 2010, - 12:16 pm
When I was a young kid, like most other kids my age, my parents had me watch “Sesame Street.” But I didn’t like it and didn’t watch for long. It was boring, stupid, and I learned nothing. The only cool character was “The Count” (and maybe, also, “Black Bart”). The rest was a waste of time and mind-mush. As long as the show has been around, American kids have gotten more stupid. And nothing has changed. Except that “Sesame Street” has degraded further down the gutter, with an invitation to sleazy pop star Katy Perry, whose first hit was, “I Kissed a Girl And I Liked It.” Yeah, that’s who you invite to a show aimed at impressionable little kids.
“Sesame Street” had to pull Perry’s appearance because she appeared in an outfit that barely covers her nipples. Barely. Yeah, teach the girls while they’re young how to get a job at “The Penthouse Club.” Parents who watched the video, posted below, on YouTube were rightfully upset, and the morons at the Children’s Television Workshop had to pull it from the show. But, to me, that’s not the primary concern with having Katy Perry on “Sesame Street,” since little kids will (might) not notice. But did it occur to the show’s producers that a woman who frequently poses for nude photos and whose explicit song lyrics include such classy phrases as “j–king off,” isn’t exactly material for five- and six-year-olds? Of course, not. They had Perry sing a “cleaned up” version of her less-than-appropriate-for-kids song, “Hot ‘N Cold.” Hint: if the singer has to “clean up” the song, maybe she ain’t an appropriate choice for kids. Just a tip. Who’s next for the “Sesame” gang–Jenna Jameson and Ron Jeremy?
When Perry–the fiancee of talentless anti-American scumbag Russell Brand–was just breaking into stardom and appeared on ABC’s “The View,” her biggest, most idiotic cheerleader was faux-conservative Elisabeth Hasseldumb. At the time, I noted some of Perry’s other great “contributions” to America, which are exactly why the imbeciles at “Sesame Street” have no business casting shows for kids.
Hasselbeck also applauded Perry for the success of her other song, “UR So Gay,” the first two lines of lyrics of which go like this:
I hope you hang yourself with your H&M scarf,
While j-cking off listening to Mozart.
It ends with these, um, “lyrics”:
No you don’t even like… PENIS
You’re so gay and you don’t even like boys
No you don’t even like
No you don’t even like
If you have young kids, best to keep them away from “Sesame Street.” Unless you want them asking,
Hey, Mommy, what is ‘j–king off,’ and why are that lady’s boobies showing?
Tags: cleavage, Elmo, Hot 'N Cold, Katy Perry, kids, lowcut, Russell Brand, Sesame Street, sleazy