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Song Parodies -> "Memetic Mutation"

Original Song Title:

"Mambo No. 5"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Lou Bega

Parody Song Title:

"Memetic Mutation"

Parody Written by:

the_conqueror_of_parodies

The Lyrics

Not used in the parody, but it's descriptive (for those who frequent TV Tropes, anyway). Note: the FFFUUUU (part of the 'rageguy' meme) in this parody is in place of the 'hwa!' or whatever it is. For reference, please see knowyourmeme.com
Ladies And Gentlemen
It is over nine thousand!

One, two, three, four, five
Everybody on the net, it's about that time
When the thread gets hijacked by some moron
And he doesn't wanna contribute
So he only says dumb things
Things that you've heard tonnes before
But thanks to 4chan here comes more
Stuff like Shoop Da Woop, Combo breaks, What What (In The Butt)
You can't respond to it, unless it's with a LOLWHUT
So what can you do? Nothing, just join in the horde
Of meme-spouting gits, it's fun like a sport
So let them fly, and while we're on that topic
I herd u lik mudkips

A litle bit of Woll Smoth, it's just for kicks
A little bit of Spengbab, I'm shitting bricks
A little bit of LOLcats, the laughs are cheap
A little bit of LOLWHUT, a pear with teeth
A little bit of WeeGee, creepy guy
A little bit of furries, don't know why
And I'mma let you finish, happy for you
A little bit of memes, they're fun yet crude

FFFUUUU

Mudkips: herd u liek

FFFUUUU

You start "Yo dawg" or possibly "Sup dawg"
Then it's "I herd u like"
With a noun, let's say 'pies'
"So we put" then you type noun 'X'
"In your" noun 'Y', is what you put next
"So you can" verb relating to 'X'
"While u" verb that relates to 'Y', that's a meme, check!

A little bit of Will it Blend? Yeah, I bet
A little bit of This Is Sparta, I swear
A little bit of Krystal with no sandwich
A little bit of Profit (it is step three)
A little bit of Hampster Dance, it's fun
A little bit of It's A Trap, moron
A little bit of RickRolling, you've been owned
A little bit of Leave Britney Alone

FFFUUUU

FFFUUUU
Mudkips!
Liek Mudkips?
Well, I herd u liek!
(Ha ha ha)

A little bit of OM NOM NOM, tasty food
A little bit of Do Not Want, yes it's true
A little bit of Norris, he kicks your ass
A little bit of Evolution Of Dance
A little bit of chargin' mah lazer
A little bit Large Hadron Collider
A little bit of Goatse, it burns my eyes
A little Peanut Butter Jelly Time!

Uh!
Hey, don't tase me bro!
It's that bear who is a pedo
I can't stop and it's because
All Your Memes Are Belong To Us

Mudkips, does u liek?
FFFUUUU
Liek = like, it's part of the meme. And I only repeated one meme (Shoop Da Woop/chargin' mah lazer). The only one I wanted to use but couldn't is that Hypnotoad whatever-the-heALL GLORY TO THE HYPNOTOAD.

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Matthias - October 05, 2009 - Report this comment
Not too sure about this one, I've seen a few of these things on Youtube and such such as "What What In The Butt" and "Peanut Butter Jelly Time"... But what the heck is a meme? You lost me a bit here buddy.
bobpiecheese - October 05, 2009 - Report this comment
According to TV Tropes (where I got the title), a meme is 'a catchy derivative of some aspect of pop culture, parodied and repeated to the point that its origins and original meaning become muddled and completely mutilated beyond any point of recognition or humor'. Basically it's a funny thing that's repeated endlessly because it's funny. Please see the website I put in the opening notes (not a hyperlink, they're complicated to do) for reference for many of the memes I have utilised.
Silver Power - October 05, 2009 - Report this comment
I didn't really know what a meme was either, and your parody didn't describe it very well, but I understoof some references in it, so 555!
Katie Harwood - October 05, 2009 - Report this comment
Nice on them 4hcan stuff; it may be confusing or weird to a newcomer, but go and find 'em and it'll be over 9000 times as fun. Three 5's for being such a sport.
Max Power to Silver Power - November 03, 2009 - Report this comment
O Rly? You can go be "an hero"
I. M. Hoppip - November 05, 2009 - Report this comment
That was awesome.
Glen S - November 05, 2009 - Report this comment
Hmmm... I'm annoyed that I know more than half of the stuff in this parody. I know more than enough to appreciate it, now never talk about any of this stuff again. DAMMIT, why do I know about the mudkips thing!?!
DJ Blaze - November 05, 2009 - Report this comment
AWESOMENESS!!! This covers every famous meme pretty much except "DO A BARREL ROLL!" Just like memes change your YouTube experience, this changed my AmIRight experience. 55BAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!!!!! Oops, just Shooped Da Whoop there.
Arwen - November 05, 2009 - Report this comment
I didn't really get it. I wanted to get it...but I didn't. And that makes me sad. Pacing was good, though...
Max Power - November 10, 2009 - Report this comment
Oh noes!
Jeff Reuben - November 13, 2009 - Report this comment
I thought this was pretty funny. I didn't get all the terms, but I got the idea and liked thought it was original.
Arwen - November 23, 2009 - Report this comment
SOTM...I still don't get it. =( But the OS made me bop around my office while I paced it again. =)
Guy - November 27, 2009 - Report this comment
(SOTM-Oct-09)

I've never heard of "meme" but I thank you for increasing my knowledge of pop culture. I did recognize some of them and the rest I'll either figure out or search the www for them. Great idea for a parody but judging from the comments before me you should consider your audience before you put bits to silicon. I've been known to write above people's heads myself. I give you credit for your adventurism and originality. It's just that I live on the fringe of this pop culture thing, so I guess it's some kind of a fringe benefit? _
Peter Andersson - November 28, 2009 - Report this comment
I think the concept of memes stretch far beyond the pop culture realm, someone really should come up with a kitchen sink household name definition of it.
Phil Alexander - November 30, 2009 - Report this comment
To those who don't know what "memes" are, they're like a virtual gene - the coding for an idea, if you like. Dawkins introduced the concept, IIRC, in his book "The Selfish Gene". In popular culture, of course, you've also got the truism that a "meme" is basically "me" twice ;-) I thought this was great fun (especially "All your memes are belong to us")
Stan Hall - November 30, 2009 - Report this comment
Fun OS, fun and fives-worthy parody, even tho' I'm yet another commenter who, while recognizing some of those used above text/noise sometimes encountered, is largely out of the loop re "memes" ouside the biologocal sense Phil mentions.
Phil Alexander - November 30, 2009 - Report this comment
Stan - that's not what I meant: a meme is to ideas what a gene is to biology. It's a virtual concept that can be used as a way of understanding the spread of ideas. Some parallels with genes work rather well.

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