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Song Parodies -> "Ugly Mr. Slimer"

Original Song Title:

"Brave Sir Robin"

Original Performer:

Monty Python

Parody Song Title:

"Ugly Mr. Slimer"

Parody Written by:

Harold Fuccerman

The Lyrics

Ugly Mr. Slimer
Came out from underneath
About to bake some pies
Ugly Mr. Slimer
He cooked the pies to perfection, but then got them oozy
Ugly, smelly, stupid Mr. Slimer
He was hurt that nobody ate the pies
He felt betrayed, and very sad
So he cried all night and all through the day
Showing what a wimp he was, Mr. Slimer
He cried and wailed and bawled and howled and whimpered and squalled and sniveled and bleated and cried and cried and cried

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Voting Results

Pacing: 4.7
How Funny: 4.6
Overall Rating: 4.6

Total Votes: 9

Voting Breakdown

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    Pacing How Funny Overall Rating
 1   0
 2   1
 3   0
 4   0
 5   8

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The CrazyCam - May 17, 2010 - Report this comment
Aww, and I liked Monty Python too. Well, I might as well be's hard though. First of all, I am pleased to know that the entire song of Brave Sir Robin was not parodied. I'd take a point away from pacing for that though. And if it was complete, I'd score it a 3. There are some screw ups, but it's not dreadful. However, the parody is like half of the entire original song. So a 2 for pacing. Now why would you go and make a parody of a parody? Please tell me this. I enjoy Monty Python, and I do not want it being raped. :(( The humor makes me want to put in a 5 just to say absolute value was necessary (Nerdy joke, I know, but why not?). It's ruining how spontaneously fun Monty Python truly was. I obviously don't expect you to be as funny as them, but c'mon, SOMETHING, at least! 211.
Jimmy - May 17, 2010 - Report this comment
What do you mean? This was the entire song. At least on my soundtrack it is,

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