“The Naughty American” asked Kelly to analyze porn flicks (no pun intended), “hoping that Kelly would discover that when, say, Roxy Deville is screaming and moaning like a banshee, that she would be saying, ‘Go to church every Sunday’ in reverse”.
He did, sort of. As they report:
Kelly selected a scene from NaughtyFlipside.com featuring Deville, and, apparently, when her phrase, “Is that f****** p**** in tune now?” is played backwards, DeVille really says, “Porn movies play something good for the soul.”
Check the article (many NSFW links). There are some other examples, with audio files to download and hear for yourself — in the comfort of your own home.
Unbelievable as it may seem, this is not a parody. I checked it and the tunes, reversed again, do sound like the originals. All suggests Kelly actually did that “analysis”.
“The backwards messages tell us the union of male with female may be essential to a deeper understanding of humanity’s role in the universe,” he said to the Naughty American.
Skeptics would think such cases would be a very entertaining evidence that “reverse speech” is based upon apophenia, pareidolia, i.e., that if you look for a message upon a sufficiently large and reasonably random base, you can hear almost anything that you want. That there’s nothing intentional, sinister or otherwise about it. Such “finds” are statistically bound to happen.
But how can you beat the argument that says porn movies play something good for the soul?
I want to believe.
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