Chomp Chomp

Who is familiar with the a Capella moshcore ensemble Jud Jud?

Now, who is familiar with the progressive swedish death ensemble Meshuggah?

Finally, who is familiar with having to convince a toddler to chew their food?

May, I introduce to you the Jud Jud inspired rendition of Meshuggah’s “Soul Burn” from DEI called “Chomp Chomp”: used to assist in all things high chair.

For those of you who follow this line of thinking, your lol is greatly appreciated.

chomp chomp

chomp chomp

chomp chomp

chom-chomp chom-chomp chom-chomp

chomp chomp

chomp chomp

chomp chomp

chom-chomp chom-chomp chom-chomp

chomp chomp (chom-chomp quiety)

chomp chomp (chom-chomp quiety)

chom-chomp chom-chomp

chomp chomp

chomp chomp

chomp chomp

for the record the quietly is imperative. If you’ve never tried to get an acting out loud till the roof is coming off kid to do something, you don’t want to try to over-yell them. That’s what makes this so great, you can adjust the cadence to tone down the crazy, and when you teach them using it, well, the quiet part begins to be something to look forward to

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