Nope, not even gonna try to move on. We live here now
Psalm 12: A Prayer for Help against the Wicked, starts out, "Help, Lord; for the godly man ceaseth." This psalm of lament is basically about how much men suck, which, I mean, okay yes. But it's also about tearing out tongues and cutting off dick suckers (or duck slippers, if you're dyslexic like meeee). So, this psalm is grody to the max.
Psalm 13: A Prayer for Help in Trouble, starts out, "How long, O Lord?" I can not get past the statement that this psalm is sometimes referred to as the "Howling Psalm." Nope, not even gonna try to move on. We live here now.
Psalm 14: The Folly and Wickedness of Men, starts out, "The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God." Yep, got it, we're going to Hell. Awesome. See you there. Kthnxbai.
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