Tuesday, January 11, 2011

YouTube Tuesday.

I need you to go back in time. Way back. Before YouTube existed. Do you remember those times? When you would hear about a video, music clip or funny cartoon and you would have to SCOUR THE INTERNET to find it?

Back in 2006 there was a show on MTV that was a successor to Liquid Television, the best cartoon show in the history of the world which gave us gems like Aeon Flux, Beavis and Butthead and…ugh…Joe’s Apartment. I can’t remember what the 2000’s version of the show was called, but it brought one of the first ever “misheard lyrics” cartoon that I’ve ever seen.

I was able to track two of them down (created by the same guy), and now I’m sharing them with you. The first one is Shakira’s “Wherever, Whenever” and the second is Fall Out Boy’s “Sugar, We’re Going Down”. Enjoy!


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  1. Nice picks Hed. Didn't know the first one and had forgotten the second. :)

  2. The first one was hilarious, but I loved Sugar we're going down so it sounds like the lyrics to me not the misinterpretation. But both were really funny.


  3. omigod, i totally dated the emo kid from the second video.

    he was HILARIOUS.

  4. That was unique Hed. Still trying to figure some of it out. I am sure my daughters would be more in tune to it. Hope you are having a great week.

  5. noice!

    sugar were going down...emo mumbling!

    shakira? what was she really singing?or was it not her? i do not know who she is...

    bruce johnson jadip
    stupid stuff i see and hear
    Bruce’s guy book
    the guy book
    Dreamodel Guy

  6. Funny isn't it Hed that once Shakira learned how to speak English, she lost her popularity here. Haha. Cute post.

  7. It's so crazy how fast technology is - I remember when I turned 16 and my sister and I got a rotary phone EXTENSION in our bedroom and we thought we were cool shit!

    Fast forward to when my daughter was 8 (11 years ago). We went to my friends house, who still had a retro rotary phone, Hannah wanted to call her friend . . . she had no idea how to use it - she kept putting her finger in each of the holes!

    Can't watch videos at work, I'll check them out tonight.


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