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Just like the French Price theme song, Call Me Maybe, the candy pop song that desperately wanted to be the song of 2012 but got hijacked by Gangnam Style, has been put through Google Translate over and over until it was translated back to English. Which means the lyrics have been chopped up into an entirely different, more hilarious beast. I like it better.
Remember the first time you ever heard your favourite band? What about the first time you heard Queen, or The Beatles? Now think back to that time, because this is the exact opposite to that. Unless you’re a pop fanatic like me, and then this is incredible. Presenting Call Me Gangnam, the inevitable mash-up of PSY’s viral hit Gangnam Style and Carly-Rae Jepsen’s Call Me Maybe.
It’s like a car crash. I can’t look away. That’s what I found myself saying at about a minute and a half into this The Dark Knight Rises-flavoured parody of Call Me Maybe. It’s nothing short of compellingly bad.
Presenting “Fund Me Maybe,” the worst “Call Me Maybe” parody yet to hit the interwebs. It’s about venture capital and Silicon Valley and love, maybe? Anyways. It’s horrible, and the band performing it (Feedbomb, because of course that’s what they’d call themselves) is fronted by Mark Zuckerberg’s sister, Randi.