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Song Parodies -> "Mad Mag"

Original Song Title:

"White Flag"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Dido

Parody Song Title:

"Mad Mag"

Parody Written by:

Matthias

The Lyrics

Believe it or not a politician actually did write for Mad: Richard Nixon (At least according to Wikipedia)
I saw... you read that... published 'zine with cartoons
And heard you laugh...
But you're a politician... Not some common dimwit...
Keep it under wraps

These comics are mind frying with dumb toilet humor
They'll turn you into a jerk

But you'll never frown with these strips
They will make you bust a gut with loud laughter
A buttload of Mad Mags have made you roar
They're so nuts and filled you with glee

Each one... is graced with... that Alfred... E. Neuman...
Huge gap in his grin...
Their spoofs... have made... you chuckle
Like "Battyman", "Harry Plodder", "Jaw'd" and "Star Bleech"

Hope you won't choke on your drool, Fellow reader
Since these issues make you dense

Read "King Korn" and "A-Lad-Dim"
Check out "Spy Vs Spy" with their slaughter
There's a ton of Mad Mags across your floor
It's all fluff penned by dummies

Your brain's deplete
From "The Lighter Side"
"Don Martin gags"
Melted your mind
"A Mad Look At..."
And "The Strip Club"
All these toons reek
Throw out that juuuuuuuuunk...

A bunch of clowns made these strips
Since they never grew up they're offenders
There's so many Mad Mags at your bookstore
Should wear gloves while holding these things

If you are found with these strips
Then your career has sunk down the sewer
Voters see your Mad Mags and they'll abhor
You should shove... these into the sea....

Won't seem profound with these strips
You glimpsed "Big Bomb Theory" and "Walking Dud"
And all of these Mad Mags have made you poor
They're so dumb and soon you will be

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Johnny Rand - August 17, 2016 - Report this comment
I will give this 5s but reserve the right to criticize your comments about this icon being filled with toilet humor. You actually have to be pretty smart to understand Mad. You need to know culture, religion, politics, entertainment, social issues as well as all current events and sexual trends. Teachers that once hated Mad now consider it valid reading material. I learned more from Mad spoofs on topics growing up than from the newspaper as a carrier. My IQ went up, not down.
Matthias - August 17, 2016 - Report this comment
I love MAD. This is a stereotypical point of view parody on how a lot of people see this beloved magazine. MAD writers themselves even point this out in their responses to letters and by calling themselves "The Usual Gang Of Idiots".
Rob Arndt - August 17, 2016 - Report this comment
I've been collecting Mad for 43 years, so 555! My only gripe is that it's no longer cheap!
Rob Arndt - August 17, 2016 - Report this comment
Originally featured a tag line: "Tales Calculated to Drive You... then, MAD." It started off bring 10ยข and is now $5.99 a copy every two months!
Oldboy - August 17, 2016 - Report this comment
From the late 40s to early 60s, the pharmaceutical company Parke, Davis ran an advertising campaign featuring "Great Moments in Medicine," a series of Norman Rockwell-style paintings such as "Pasteur: The Chemist Who Transformed Medicine." MAD did an unforgettable parody titled "Presenting the Bill" by the artist Frank Kelly Freas. The best laugh of my life. http://www.kellyfreas.com/dlithographs.htm#gmim

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