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Song Parodies -> "When Blown-up, Why's The Hulk In Pants?"

Original Song Title:

"Wake Me Up When September Ends"

Original Performer:

Green Day

Parody Song Title:

"When Blown-up, Why's The Hulk In Pants?"

Parody Written by:

Peter Andersson a.k.a K1chyd

The Lyrics

This parody has been written for the Friday 16th Amiright front page update that is supposed to have something old (the veterans), something new (this reunion event), something borrowed (the original songs) and something blue (okey, green then).

My contribution is about The Hulk; cartoon, television and/or movies (and She-Hulk's thrown in towards the end for good measure - and a boob joke).

A YouTube version of the original song can currently be found here.
Stretching is unsurpassed
It circumvents the clothing blasts
When blown-up, why's the Hulk in pants?

With the speed he gathers mass
Noone laughs at Banners ass
When blown-up, why's the Hulk in pants?

When he's in fights he's penned
Smashing puny cars
Methinks he needs some zen
I'll tell him from afar

Ass greenness coalesce
With seamless outlet ass caress
When blown-up, tight's the Hulksters pants!

Science stand flabbergast
It can't look up Hulk's green crevasse
Covered up, noone gets a chance

Bulked up with greenish veins
His underoos are unexplained
When blown-up, why's the Hulk in pants?

When he's in rage he gains
Colour quite bizarre
Every limb is veined
Chicks marvel from afar

She-Hulk's mammaries stress
Her spandex crossfit bra I guess
Take a breath, think of baseball stats!

Fabric goes larger fast
All Chinese sweatshops stand aghast
When blown-up, why's the Hulks in pants?

Twice per eppy, hourglassed
The Hulks must fight expansive gas
If blown-out, noone lives - they can't!

If blown-out, pray the Hulks have pants!
If blown-out, pray they're still in pants!

© Peter Andersson.

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Pacing: 3.5
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Overall Rating: 3.5

Total Votes: 11

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Matthias - March 16, 2018 - Report this comment
Yes! Glad you were able to make it this time and I LOVE the idea of questioning cartoon logic about his pants. Why are they purple too? Who the heck wears purple pants?! Loved the “Marvel” pun in here as well. Very clever.
Stuart McArthur - March 16, 2018 - Report this comment
Ditto on Green Day choice K1, and a very good point you make. Even stretch denim would be optimistic. And cheers for image of the day “looking up Hulks green crevasse” 555
Claude Prez - March 16, 2018 - Report this comment
Haha first I agree on "green crevasse" - nice. Also, I'd like those underoos explained as well - are they Hulk underoos? Or, like, Star Wars underoos? So many questions. And don't we all need some zen? Where's Johnny D when you need him? Great questions here overall, nice job.
CML - March 16, 2018 - Report this comment
Dont know most GD songs very well, so cant really judge, but I'm familiar with this one, so 555
Jeff Reuben - March 16, 2018 - Report this comment
This was one of the funnier titles. There was a version where Hulk loses the pants, but that got reserved for late night tv and whatfreaks. And green crevasse :) Fantastic.
Peregrin - March 16, 2018 - Report this comment
Excellent idea for the subject, Peter. I really enjoyed "His underoos are unexplained" and the crevasse lines the most. Matthias - purple and green? Banner blends right in at Wimbledon. Closet tennis fan perhaps.
Kristof Robertson - March 17, 2018 - Report this comment
Even as a kid, I never bought the whole pants thing. This was Marvel-ous, Peter. Great job 555
wannabemustangjockey - March 17, 2018 - Report this comment
At least you never have to ask Dr. Banner if he prefers boxers or briefs.
Agrimorfee - March 17, 2018 - Report this comment
Don't make him angry, you wouldn't like him half-naked. You are so are reliable for poetic musings on the most unaskable issues. (friendly technical English hint for the future --use "no one", not "noone"--people may think you are making fun of Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits...)
Peter Andersson - March 18, 2018 - Report this comment
Thanks Agri! Some English grammar stuff seems to be hard for me to ever get right; chosing between "no one", "no-one" or "noone" is probably on the permanent list.
Peter Andersson - March 18, 2018 - Report this comment
And thanks to everyone else who have read, listened and commented so far.

I knew from the start that I wanted to have the word "marvel" in there somewhere, and the initial plan was to end the parody with Hulk smashing up "DC" - but then I started thinking about She-Hulk's green boobs and you know, not a hard choice really. (Though "Boobs over DC" is now a title idea I'll juggle in the back of my mind for possible future use). - March 23, 2018 - Report this comment
Sorry I'm late to the party, K1chyd. Ditto everyone else on your central thesis and the crevasse line. Also, "seamless outlet ass caress" is poetic in any context. Also also, there's really a She-Hulk? I might have to start paying attention to comics. But the most important thing I have to say here is that the correct spelling is "Know 1."

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