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Article: UnTunes:I Kissed a Girl (And I Threw Up)

Score: -1 homosexuals who should probably spend less time at straight people bars

Nominated by: Sir SysRq (talk) 01:24, 2 April 2009 (UTC)
For: 7
  1. N♥m && w♥v. I had the honor of recording this masterpiece of a track for my buddy Orian, and even though I was made fun of for it by the masses, I still feel it was a shame this was Quazi'd and I'd still like to see it hit the front page. Sir SysRq (talk) 01:24, 2 April 2009 (UTC)
  2. Self for I hate this, but it's mine and it got quite a good reception last time. ~Orian57~ Icons-flag-gb ~Talk~ Gay sign 02:36 2 April 2009
  3. For. And I think Sys can represent the US in the Eurovision context. If only the US would be in the Eurovision! ~Jewriken.GIF 07:16, 2 April 2009 (UTC)
  4. Small For I liked it the first time and still do. I doubt it'll get featured but Im just showing my support =) --Kit talk 22px-Flag of Sweden 10:10 2 April
  5. For After I heard this song, I deleted every other song on my ipod and now only have this on repeat everywhere I go. ~SirTagstitVFHNotMPEEINGCPTRotMBFF 01:32, 3 April 2009 (UTC)
  6. For. One of the better UnTunes in my opinion. --Pleb SYNDROME CUN medicate (butt poop!!!!) 04:39, 3 April 2009 (UTC)
  7. Symbol for vote Burp SIRE FREDDMOOSHA Flag of Egypt AMUSE ME 00:12, 4 April 2009 (UTC)
Against: 8
  1. Against. Last time I liked this, this time I don't. IronLung 02:11, 2 April 2009 (UTC)
  2. Still Against I still don't find this funny.--SBQ3.JPGSmokin' Cheddar BBQ: The King of the Triangular Snackfoods
  3. Against. --Docile hippopotamus 03:58, 2 April 2009 (UTC)
  4. Eh Nothing's changed since last time it was voted down... except the song is less popular. --Sir DJ ~ Irreverent Icons-flag-au Noobaward Wotm Unbooks mousepad GUN 04:40, 2 April 2009 (UTC)
  5. Against. Necropaxx (T) {~} 15:39, Apr 2
  6. Against No longer topical enough. And it hurts my ears after listening to it more than once. --MegaPleb Dexter111344 Complain here 20:40, 2 April 2009 (UTC)
  7. Against. Djdorama 20:51, 2 April 2009 (UTC)
  8. nah --Moneke 11:01, 4 April 2009 (UTC)

Comment. Like I told Orian, I see the potential for another collaboration being far more successful than this one. (You should find a way to listen to a few cuts off this CD for free somehow) That's saying something from extremely-difficult-to-impress-me. Living past 40 means hearing the same jokes/tactics/techniques used in various comedy mediums to the point that they just don't move you anymore. That's why some of the writing that is popular here just doesn't sound as fresh to me as it might to someone half my age. You need to find the right asinine, overplayed, universal contemporary pop tune and you need to fuck it in the ass with some contemporary fad (like Obama or something) and make me laugh goddamn it. Make that song squeeeeeeeeeeeeel like a pig!--DRStrangesig5 Sherman Fingertalk  10:35, 2 April 2009 (UTC)

  1. Symbol neutral vote Abstain. I always thought the lyric was 'I Kissed A Goat and I Liked It'. --Romartus 10:39, 2 April 2009 (UTC)

Since I know the album might be difficult to find/hear, I figure I'd at least give you a taste of something I consider genius. Here's their lyrics for David Bowie's "Let's Dance". An anthem for American consumerism. These guys are singing and playing directly over a proper copy of the song. I can listen to this over and over again and it's still hilarious. I simply can't hear this song or any of the others they cover being played by the original artists on the radio without singing their version along to it. Freaks people out.--DRStrangesig5 Sherman Fingertalk  11:10, 2 April 2009 (UTC)

OK, I found it!. Let's Prance. Totally primitive. Anyone can do this. Here's a comment from the page that sums up rather well IMO "It is a improved world in which Culturcide's work is available at the click of a mouse. Some time in 1987 I interviewed Perry Webb in hopes of putting together something for a 'zine. This album was much more than parody. It used the familiar tones of familiar songs to slip a subversive message past the defenses of the listener. Of course today anyone who want to attack an artist with the artist's own music can do so legally but back then it wasn't so easy".--DRStrangesig5 Sherman Fingertalk  10:03, 4 April 2009 (UTC)
  • Abstain. Per last time. --UU - natter UU Manhole 13:15, Apr 4


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