Fall Out Boy Subjected to Unlistenable Westboro Baptist Church Parody

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Fall Out Boy members Patrick Stump, Pete Wentz, Andy Hurley and Joe Trohman in New York.

Westboro Baptist Church has recorded a Fall Out Boy parody just weeks after targeting Panic! at the Disco with a limp protest (which Brendon Urie's band brilliantly neutralized, btw). Is the hateful, homophobic organization going through its pop-punk phase?

"Thnk Gd Fr Vrythng" is a parody of FOB's "Thnks fr th Mmrs" with the lyrics rewritten to reflect the church's obsession with hell and punishment. The vitriol-spewing church members are planning to protest Fall Out Boy's concert in Kansas City, MO, on Aug. 9.

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Although it's actually a shade less offensive than numerous other Westboro parodies, the singing here is unlistenable. If their take on a heavenly choir is this tone deaf, eternal damnation seems like a much more manageable fate. You can listen below, but we guarantee you won't make it too far.