Remy: I Saw Daddy Pat Down Santa Claus (A Very TSA Christmas Song)

What happens when the holiday season's most frequent flier meets the TSA?

"I Saw Daddy Pat Down Santa Claus" is written and performed by Remy and produced by Meredith Bragg.

About 1:15 minutes.

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  • Caleb Turberville||

    Meh, the creepy Santa Claus joke was perfected in 1984:

  • Caleb Turberville||

    By the way,

    Siskel also said that all the money the filmmakers were making off of this film was blood money.

    may be the dumbest thing I have ever heard.

  • Fist of Etiquette||

    I bet John McClane makes it through the checkpoint.

  • Svenster||

    Not funny. Yeah, yeah, I know. I'm a humorless @sshole. But I don't find it funny, and I don't think we should attempt humor at some things.

    Humor is a coping mechanism. It minimizes the pain of an event. But minimizing the pain of the TSA is the last thing we need. We don't need coping mechanisms. We need to abolish the fucking thing. We need to shove the pain of the TSA into evey single American's face, not make light of it.

    I'm not going to shrug my shoulders and give a chuckle. Not funny.

  • uythsb||

    Merry Christmas,NBA 2012

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