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Song Parodies -> "Your Mom's the Fattest"

Original Song Title:

"Who's the Baddest?"

Original Performer:

Billy Ray Younger

Parody Song Title:

"Your Mom's the Fattest"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

OK, some very simple obese humor... silly & stupid and NOT my style... but no one can say that I didn't try for more traditional humor here!
Your mom’s the fattest
She rolls around
I see her big butt
All round town

She’s always eating
Has no will
Has a fat face
Belly like a hill

And she always will

Your mom’s the fattest
Wears clothes big as a tent
Her boobs just sag down
And her bra is absent

She’s always eating
Has no will
Has a fat face
Belly like a hill

And she always will

The jokes never end:
“The Hindenburg uses her for shade!”
If they had her as a drink
They would call it Sugarade!!!

She’s so fat
Can’t get a MRI
But she can be seen
From a spy satellite!!!

When she stepped on her dog… it died!!!

[Diets not for her, has a voracious appetite]

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