Does Liking Murder Podcasts Make You FREAKY?

Does Liking Murder Podcasts Make You FREAKY?

(upbeat music) – (singing) Deletin’ all the emails I don’t wanna read. – (gasping) No! (gasping) – Raph. – (Raph gasping) No. – Can you just? – Raph! – Oh, I’m sorry. I’m just being a total freak over here. – Yeah you’re just being kinda loud. – Listen to a freaky
little murder podcast. – Yeah I love those. Do you mind just keeping it down? – (laughing) You don’t get it! This is not one your regular podcasts, you know, where they
cover stuff like the news, or improve comedy. No. This is dark and twisted because it’s about real
people, Lily, getting killed. (screaming) – Yeah, those are pretty popular. What are you listening too? – Just a little podcast called “Serial” – Did they come out with a new season? – This guy, Adnan, might
have killed his girlfriend and now I just have to
get all the gory details blasted into my tight
little ear holes (giggles) – Yeah that’s just the first season. That came out years ago, dude. – This crime happened years ago and its still unsolved! So spooky! Sometimes, if I’m feeling really bad, I’ll listen to it at home. The place where I’m supposed to feel safe. You know, cooking myself
up a little dinner, maybe shampooing my little body. – Um. – Instead, I’m listening
to tales of bloody murder. (Raph giggling) – Yeah I do that all the time except for the shampooing
the body, that is weird. Like I listen to them before bedtime and I’m in a group chat with my gal pals where we talk about the latest episodes. There’s a ton of true
crime podcasts out there. – I listen to other stuff too! If I really wanna piss my pants and tear – Not necessary. – And learn about a sick crime for a little sick freak like me, I’ll listen to my favorite murder! (screaming) – The comedy murder podcast? – Oh I ain’t laughing. Matter of fact, the freak
police better come arrest me because once I listen to one episode, I get a craving for more murder episodes. I’m like a sex addict except for experts and
storytellers talking about murders. – That’s just a regular addict. – Lily, I got something
I need to admit to you. – What. – Sometimes, if I listen to
like, a really up episode, I get these dark urges. It’s like an urge to feast
my freaky little eyes on a documentary television
series that covers crimes! Like to not only listen to them but to actually watch them
conduct these interviews with these poor family members. – That is very normal! The Jinx, Making a Murderer. Those are all hit shows. I’m pretty sure the
investigation discovery channel runs on that kind of stuff 24/7. – And if that doesn’t sate me, I jump over to Wikipedia to search where they’re from or to look for similar murders! I do that for hours! I can’t stop! I’m helpless to this dark
puppetry controlling me! – It’s very normal to go
down a Wikipedia rabbit hole. – I think Ted Bundy’s kinda cute. Oh! No! – That’s why Zac Efron (Raph slapping himself) plays him in a movie! – Oh the wicked lust! Oh I guess we have this
bubbling evil inside of us! You know there was a time when I didn’t think I
could ever do a murder? Now I don’t know. Maybe I could. – You cry when you see blood. – Well that’s… – (Raph screaming) Mommy! – Look Raph. I think’s its great that you’ve discovered you like true crime but it is not weird or twisted or freaky to like stories. Even if they are messed up and true. Like for me, I like murder podcasts because they allow me to safely confront dangerous situations. Especially as a woman in this day in age, where I’m constantly made to feel unsafe. I think it actually gives
me a sense of control. – I like it cause I’m a little weirdo. – Ah too real, too scary! – Hey it’s Lily! If you like College Humor
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100 thoughts on “Does Liking Murder Podcasts Make You FREAKY?”

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  2. cut to me, holding a broom, smacking true crime authors and podcasters who ignore families request for them to Not profit off their tragedy

  3. Lol I love that sword and scale wasnโ€™t mentioned but MFM was…I bet mike boudet is fuming hahaha ๐Ÿ˜ฌ

  4. I have a friend like this, and I constantly have to resist the urge to slap her (with the truth or with my hand, i dont even care)

  5. This doesnโ€™t really have anything to do with the video, but I have no one else I can vent to. This reminds me of my ex girlfriend and my first instinct was to send this to her but she dumped me and now I canโ€™t and Iโ€™m sad. Funny video tho

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  7. I feel like this was written for Grant but he was too busy to film… Katieโ€™s probably using him for her drug fueled antics!

  8. Oh man, pretty spot on about how people need something to make them feel validated and special. Which could be the actual addiction there.

    That said, "As a woman…" Who's the ones making her feel unsafe? No seriously, despite that a man is four times more likely to be murdered, eleven times more likely to be assaulted and just as likely to be raped, she should really investigate who it is filling her head with why she should feel unsafe… As a woman. Spoiler alert, media and feminists. Which I suppose one could argue that they're one in the same.

  9. I watch shows like that so I can learn what not to do when going to kill someone. Then I can murder better and laugh in the faces of those big-name killers that got caught. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  10. my mom was talking about how listening to true crime podcasts might be bad for me…. she should probably watch this video lmao

  11. Gotta say, I really dislike how they trivialize murder fetishization like it's fine lmao

    Yes, it's a popular thing because our whole society is buggered I guess, but looking outside in, I still can't find it as anything other than a grim, slightly disturbing affair. Common? Sure. Normal/good/fine? Yeah I'm not so sure.

  12. man this was clearly written by a woman. Piss my pants???

    umm we get it. women like murders and first 48 and shit…

  13. "As a woman in this day an age where i am constantly made to feel unsafe" whos making you feel unsafe? point them out.. oh you cant? is it because ur making urself feel unsafe in totaly safe places. This sketch was drawn out and weak from the beginning but u had to sjw us didnt you… god dammit….

  14. I find murder podcasts creepy and I dont like them. I find it disturbing that extreme violence is so normalized in society and that so many people enjoy this twisted form of entertainment.

  15. Humans naturally have an obsession with dark things, hence why the media is constantly negative and why we obsess over crimes

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    Raph is turning into hyper grant

  17. This is a recycled sketch, there have already been plenty about ralph thinking he's freaky and other cast telling he's not. So, what, now you're going to put all the good stuff on drop out and feed youtubers recycled garbage and sneak peeks of content that's on dropout?

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