Just when you thought there couldn’t be another “Uptown Funk” parody left to make, a new one emerges.
Two Minneapolis gay men have created a heartfelt social media campaign as they aspire to become fathers. Joe Morales and Joey Famoso say they released "Dear Future Baby," a parody of the Meghan Trainor smash, "Dear Future Husband," to...Show More Summary
A catchy pop song of 2014 had the refrain “I’m all about that bass, no treble” or somesuch throwaway line. The accompanying video, much parodied and pastiched, was popular on teh interwebz and was apparently all about raising body image...Show More Summary
The New York City group that brought us "Shake It Off" for Hanukkah is now singing a new tune. Watch the matzo men of Six13 perform a parody of "Uptown Funk" for Passover. These guys can rock a seder like nobody's business. H/T Elite Daily
Photo via alsoshotoniphone6.tumblr.com Apple generated lots of buzz when it debuted an iPhone 6 ad campaign featuring photos from amateur photographers doing their best imitation of screensaver photography. Now that inspirational campaign, along with its very selective use of crowdsourcing,...
Who watches The Office, reads motorcycle magazines and rides a motorcycle? If so, this parody is for you.
The NAACP is continuing its battle to silence a black pro-life writer who parodied it’s pro-abortion stance by referring to the NAACP as the “National Association for the Abortion of Colored People.” The pro-abortion group continued it’s legal battle in a federal appeals court yesterday. After LifeNews.com blogger Ryan Bomberger published his article at LifeNews, […]
YouTube user KFaceTV released the ultimate “Uptown Funk” parody with a Harry Potter twist. The hit from Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars gets magical with Lord Voldemort singing and busting a move. The List’s Holly Morgan has more on “Dar...
Can you tell the difference between this guy's parody vine and a real One Direction fan?
Minneapolis couple Joe Morales and Joey Famoso have experienced a tough road on the way to adoption, with their latest attempt to adopt a baby girl falling through at the last second. Instead of dwelling on the heartache of their...
(YouTube link) The a cappella group Six13 is out with their pop culture parody song for Passover, as they take the holiday uptown! Passover begins Friday, April 3rd, but the song is here today to coincide with the release of their new album Six13, Vol. 6: Thirteen. The lyrics are at the YouTube page. Don’t be slavin’, just nosh! -via Time See also: More songs by Six13.
Animator Joey Siler has uploaded a short music video for “Cat In The Box”, a parody of Alice In Chains‘ “Man In The Box”. With music by Chris Senter, under the moniker Kitties In Chains, the video shows three cats rocking out the song with a backdrop of famous band names turned into cat puns, […]
Just in time for Passover, here's a new song to get stuck in your head at the seder table. A cappella group Six13 is known for its Jewish parody covers of modern songs. Think of them as Weird Al Yankovic's cousins who went on Birthright, and decided to never leave Israel. Show More Summary
Apple's "Shot on an iPhone 6" campaign consists of billboards of beautiful vistas and high-quality images taken with the company's flagship smartphones Designed to showcase the impressive quality of the latest iPhone's camera, the campaign's...Show More Summary
So. Many. Fedoras.
There aren’t many things in this world more entertaining than cats, metal, and cartoon animation. All three of these elements have been brought together at long last for this amusing parody video of the Alice In Chains classic trackShow More Summary
It's pitch perfect
Last night was the series finale of Nick Kroll's Comedy Central series, Kroll Show. It was short but sweet—just three seasons of sketch comedy television parody. It took us into the alternate TV Universe of Nick Kroll's weird brand of comedy. Show More Summary
Unlike the Game of Thrones parody of the Taylor Swift song ‘Blank Spaces’ as reported by Inquisitr, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia decided to do a lip-sync video to Swift’s song ‘Shake It Off’ in support of National Child Life Month according to Yahoo. Show More Summary
A couple week ago we brought you the Downton Abbey parody of Uptown Funk, now we bring you the Harry Potter version. Enjoy! The post Harry Potter: Dark Lord Funk – Harry Potter Parody of “Uptown Funk” – Video appeared first on Anglotopia.net.