First off, I wanted to start off my post by saying how much I love Veggie Tales. If you've ever seen our DVD collection, you'll see that we have almost every Veggie Tales DVD. I love their parodies of movies and the way that their movies teach good morals and values. I loved the movie, but I was slightly upset with their newest silly song that is entitled Bubble Rap. The reason that I am upset is because of a couple of the lyrics in the song. I know some people might think that it is crazy to be annoyed by these lyrics, but as Christians we are not supposed to give even the appearance of doing that something that is wrong. We're also called not to conform to the world. Which is why it bugs me when people take a bad word or phrase and tweak it so that it sounds a little different. It's still wrong even if you change one or two words. With that being said, I will tell you the two parts in the song that I was irked about. In the song Boyz in the Sink say, "oh, snap" and "What's up, BITS?" What does snap rhyme with and what is a word that means the same thing as it? I admit that I might be stretching a little bit here. But the other saying- say "what's up, BITS?" out loud and tell me what it sounds like you're saying. It sounds a bit like the B-word phrase. Yes, I know that BITS is an acroynym for Boyz in the Sink, but I still have to wonder what the writers were thinking when they came up with that phrase in the song. Imagine a 2-3 year belting that phrase out in the grocery store at the top of his or her lungs. And couple that with the fact that they don't always pronounce things correctly. HMMM.... So not a good combination!! Maybe it was just an honest mistake like the original lyrics to the Veggie Tales "The Bunny Song" that went something like- "I don't love my mom or my dad, just the bunny. And it's such a shame about the phrase used in the song, Bubble Rap, because other than that it's a cute song! Okay, enough ranting!!