Sunday, March 17, 2013

The weirdest song lyric censorship yet

Sure, sometimes some radio stations will censor swear words and such, which is understandable, but I was shocked to learn that "Kalashnikov" was also apparently a no-no. Really? You're really expecting the average Joe to know who Mikhail Kalashnikov is to begin with? But wait, it gets worse. The really fun part is what they replace it with - "Kalishnikov". Yep, they think mentioning the inventor of the AK-47 in a song is worth censoring, but then they only change a vowel and call it a day. Censorship is really messed up sometimes, isn't it?


  1. *slow clap*

    Really all I can say.

  2. Wow... Most songs just have an empty space or record skip sound fx or something along that if they can't change it to something that makes sense....

  3. It's got nothing on your channel's namesake, though...