|Meerkat - 2012-08-07 |
|magnesium - 2012-08-07 |
It's like they summarized my life in a catchy children's song.
|memedumpster - 2012-08-07 |
On the one hand, at first I was very happy that some small child might have this as their earliest memory. Then, I stopped wanting that to happen as the song went on and I felt like it cheated those kids by being inappropriate.
On the other hand, holy shit this is fucking funny and existentially accurate.
Those kids have to learn sooner or later.
|hughmanatee - 2012-08-07 |
|joelkazoo - 2012-08-08 |
|Macho Nacho - 2012-08-08 |
Dammit I was just about to submit this.
However, this illustrates life pretty well.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2012-08-08 |
I already have a counting song about monkeys that I use for class, but this is good too.
|Shoebox Joe - 2012-08-08 |
The stifled giggling and the Sun trying to avoid any form of eye contact are what make this.
But I think you "Haha, this sums up life" guys are going over board on a sardonic silly song.
Why, is your life not represented by this song?
He left out the screaming Mother who was molested as a child who was given a gimmicky bullshit self-help empowerment service which ended up making things three times as worse, the pussy Father whose practicallity was literally his soap box, 25 years or so of social disconnection, ineptitude and zero confidence in not being rejected or feeling everything is your fault due to inadvertantly revealing a cheating Father trying to escape a bi-polar, manic depressive wife, all with the hopelessly hopeful thought that the two people you like would get along no matter how much your Dad says otherwise and the high expectations of being the last in line and literally having a different view, perception of life to the point where everyone thinks of you as awkwardly retarded and not just plain mentally retarded due to some signs of comprehension and cognitive thought.
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