How to Headbutt (Psalms 15-22)

These psalms were all supposedly written by King David, who is kissing major ass in all of them. In Psalm 18, for example, he goes on and on about how the Lord is his rock because he helped him destroy all his enemies. Since all the psalms are all meant to be sung and accompanied by music, I kept hearing this:

Did you notice the guy with the bandage over his left eye? Clearly, he represents the demographic this early 90s commercial is meant to appeal to: someone who’s both reckless with their vehicle and their face. Someone who probably appreciates giving and receiving a good headbutt.

Wanna know how? Here’s an instructional video on how to headbutt that hilariously opens with, “There’s no arguing that one of the most effective close quarters combat strategies is the headbutt” (I beg to differ). SPOILER ALERT. Grab the guy’s shirt, not shoulders. I’ll see YOU in the alley behind the bar.

Psalm 16 is not only a psalm, but also a “miktam”. I didn’t know what this meant so I Googled it and, as it turns out, no one does. Not even biblical scholars (frankly, I’ve always had trouble marrying these two descriptors; I’d much prefer “biblical enthusiast”). BAM.


Published in: on May 23, 2013 at 12:04 am  Comments (2)  
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    • Thank you very much! It’s been trying to keep this up over the last 2 1/2 years but I’m determined to get through the Old Testament. I’ll be travelling for 4 weeks this summer so check back in September for more posts!

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