|oddeye - 2014-07-29 |
Despite being college humor it was actually quite funny.
Still, can't 5 star this on principle, so only 3 stars it is.
That second pair of stars? That was me, concurring with you
|fluffy - 2014-07-29 |
I have not seen the original video and now I don't want to.
It's become that obligatory Summer Jam, like Thrift Shop or Zpizza Hut Taco Bell before it. It's kind of too bad because I like dj snake, and lil Jon is fun and frankly he's a talented rapper, despite the myriad Dave Chapelle jokes, etc. This song is like reducing a DMX song to it's background "WHAAATS"
|memedumpster - 2014-07-29 |
I laughed quite a bit at this, for all the most juvenile reasons.
|infinite zest - 2014-07-29 |
I'm holding my stars until I can figure out if this was the guy who did Firestarter and Dancing in the Street.
|Old_Zircon - 2014-07-29 |
-1 because I honestly think these "music videos with no music and added sound effects" are less funny than just muting the video, but I get why I'm probably in the minority on that one.
So you Turn Down For Fun. :)
A place I used to work at had this group called the Eye Candy DJs and they'd play their own stuff with old music videos, anime you name it in a big mashup. So if I was hosting a get together or shindig if you will, I'd just throw on the Best of Bowie DVD or something with no sound in the background. The reactions would be about the same.. people doing an almost kabuki esque recreation of the video.
Collegehumor makes me feel old and weird: my freshman year of college I was listening to Poison Idea or whatever and the dorm hall was a mix of Who Let the Dogs Out and Tiny a Cities Made of Ashes, like the two were drowning each other out. I thought they were both novelty songs
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