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Song Parodies -> "I Smoked You"

Original Song Title:

"I Love You"

Original Performer:

Barney and the Backyard Gang

Parody Song Title:

"I Smoked You"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

In the JAB mood (a bit)...
I smoked you,
Rare series,
A Don Ramon, Partagas 150
It cost me a bunch,
What a stupid thing to do,
But oh how lovely were those fumes!

I smoked you,
Bid you adieu,
Expensive French whore and you were through
Poose nudge,
In fur laid her velveting caboose,
A Cheval Blanc and a Ramon to choose

€1000 Mon Chéri, I love you (je t'aime)

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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 4.8
Overall Rating: 4.8

Total Votes: 20

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Rob Arndt - January 13, 2017 - Report this comment
Please note that poose (poo-say minus accent) was used as a compromise on the word etymology since it is disputed historically and chronologically between Norse, German, French, and other sources. The French usage is believed a variant of Norse puss (poos) for pouch mixed with the French slang for virgin or maiden pucelle/pucie. I opted for poose. I didn't feel like using p*ssy in this instance.
Jonathan - January 13, 2017 - Report this comment
I bet this parody's really gonna grab some readers by the Poose! 5s
Rob Arndt - January 13, 2017 - Report this comment
Thanks Jon!
Ma Chérie - January 13, 2017 - Report this comment
Initially, I started to fall for you with your big cigar. But then I noticed that you preferred the masculine form for 'my dear' (mon chéri), a definite off-putter. Pucelle is listed in my standard Larousse dict., not slang. Stick with a language you know, quoi que ça soit.
Rob Arndt - January 13, 2017 - Report this comment
Pucie is the slang and most hardcore believers credit Norse puss. And I don't care about your selection of dictionary. The etymology of the word is highly disputed. I chose what I preferred.
Sarah Palindrome - January 13, 2017 - Report this comment
Cigar-toss. It is so tragic.
Surgeon General - January 13, 2017 - Report this comment
Smoking is bad for your health. However if you smoke then at least be considerate of others so they don't get large amounts of secondhand smoke which would also adversely affect their health.
Smoking Parody Caution - January 14, 2017 - Report this comment
WARNING: Pretending to be a Surgeon General and an empty-headed fool can be dangerous to your health.
Jeff - January 14, 2017 - Report this comment
Why did Gomez always say Mon Chérie to Morticia then???
Ma Chérie - January 14, 2017 - Report this comment
There's a lot of franglais out there, including the title of the Stevie Wonder song. Strangely, as the fr. noun 'amour' is masculine, you can say 'mon amour' or 'mon chéri amour' to discretely selected persons of any gender; but 'mon chéri' implies that you are addressing a male.
Rob Arndt - January 14, 2017 - Report this comment
While MC is right about proper usage, English films, tv shows, and songs have popularized wrongly using Mon Chérie to address a female. However, to be technical, the female in question in the parody might have been a shemale! And MC certainly cannot in any way claim the origin of the word p-ssy is French historically or that my use of poose in this instance is wrong. His pucelle means maiden or virgin which is not the case with a paid prostitute. In fact, that word has nothing to do with female genitalia. The slang of Pucie (mixed language?) might have contributed to a more modern reference to female genitalia than the old Norse puss which meant pouch! Perhaps MC should pay better attention himself to the entire parody than a simple minor mistake.
Surgeon General - January 14, 2017 - Report this comment
I was just reiterating what is always on the warning label, not pretending to be anyone. I had to sell and move because of buttholes who would sit outside smoking cigars for hours on end talking forever. They refused to stop so the only solution was leaving. I don't want others to go through that if at all possible
Rob Arndt - January 14, 2017 - Report this comment
SG, I read your comments. I do not smoke at all. My advice is to not take things so seriously around here. What any Parodist writes about may not even apply to them. Too many people are starting to make judgements on authors based on topics and commentary. Peace.
SG - January 14, 2017 - Report this comment
Thanks for the explanation Rob

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