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Song Parodies -> "Trolls!"

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Original Performer:

The Beatles

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Parody Written by:

Lionel Mertens

The Lyrics

Q: What did James Bond say after choking on the olive in his well shaken martini? ( See answer below)
Can get you goin'
Get your juices flowin'
Don't let them get your goat!

When I browse forums the decorum often strays
It's always challenging to not get trolled in cyber space
They know their games are wrong, still they work those message boards
Though there's cons who'll egg me on, I'm posting all the more

Troll me all you can you farging clowns
But I really think it best if you just bounce
Troll me till I have twin baby cows
Come on tease, tease... Troll me

I know you are deranged and lurk in cyber space
Your lame avatar helps to hide your ugly face
Getting a reaction is all your looking for
You love when you wreak havoc - like bulls in a china store

Troll me all you can you feckless louse
Cause that's the only way you become aroused
Troll me like you beat your helpless spouse
Come on beat, beat... Troll me

God! you're a charmer, hope your Karma is okay
You always needle everybody - trolling has its pay
If you matriculate and not make people sore
You may find they can be kind and give you yummy smores

Troll your fellow man if you must
And he'll re-evaluate his misplaced trust
Troll him all you can till you go bust
Don't you dare, care... Troll me, troll me, Oh troll me

A: "Olive to die another day!"

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Pacing: 4.8
How Funny: 4.9
Overall Rating: 4.9

Total Votes: 8

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Peter Andersson - July 18, 2017 - Report this comment
I had to come out of my cave to slam this with some 5s! One of those "I wish I had come up with that one" parodies here on Amiright! :-)
paul robinson - August 03, 2017 - Report this comment
Hey Lionel, nice piece. I got a little lost pace-wise a couple places but that could easily be my memory of the original song's flow. I see you've passed my idle, retired arse on the Author's page. I remember when you got a little miffed that I didn't include you in a name-dropping piece I wrote to "Who Wrote The Book of Love?" way, way back. As I recall I used # of posts as a criterion. I believe it was "50 or more" and I stuck to that except for including one writer who was below that but was as familiar and conversant with just about all the songs I liked from my formative listening years. I seem to recall you missed the "50+ cut". Obviously you've become quite productive over the years, and it looks as though you will be posting your 500th fairly soon. Congrats!
paul robinson - August 03, 2017 - Report this comment
Well, I got curious so i went back and checked. Turns out you DID have 50+ postings at the time and so, yes, I really did kind of stiff you. Short of re-writing and re-posting the piece all I can do is say "OOPS, SORRY!", but in the end the last laugh is yours since I now find my name right BELOW yours on the"Author's Listing". So now it's your turn to write a thorough name-dropping piece. It should be easy to leave me out since I haven' posted here in many years.

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