Family Reunion

Album: Short Music For Short People (1999)

Songfacts®:

  • This 36 second song contains 33 profanities, which must be a record of some kind. Blink-182 had been playing the song long before recording it on Short Music For Short People. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Jesus of Suburbia - Frinton On Sea, AL
  • The vulgar and/or offensive words in the lyrics are: s--t, p--s, f--k, c--t, c--ksucker, motherf--ker, t-ts, fart, turd, and tw-t. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Ryan - Anahola, HI

Comments: 5

  • James from New York, Bosnia And Herzegovinathis is based on george carlin's 7 words you should never say on television... the first 7 are the main words and the last 3 are the words carlin referred to later as the " auxiliary words"
  • Jeff from Wilkes Barre, PaWow.. i can't believe no one mentioned George Carlin yet, this was a part of his classic comedy routine
  • Jesus Of Suburbia from Frinton On Sea, AlVery funny song made me laugh on first listen another song that did that was teh n00b song i often laugh at that dispite being much slower making it a comedy ballad really but it does last 2:24 almost 2 minutes longer does anyone know teh n00b song
  • Kodi from Sydney, CanadaThis song is funny lolol
  • Shelby from Long Island, Nyhaa good 'ol Blink. you gotta luv em, cmon!!
    NOT only is it "33 profanities in 36 seconds" they say each profanity what, 3 times? gotta be a record
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