June 5, 2007

Make me fries!

Potato wave!



Via Andrew Sullivan.

12 comments:

Joan said...

I've always liked Pearl Jam, but I keep forgetting they exist. Odd how I always scroll right by them on the iPod.

I loved the images they matched up with the "lyrics", here. FWIW, the (supposed) real lyrics aren't that much more comprehensible -- it turns out to be just another break-up, life-sucks kind of song. Oh, wait -- that's why I keep scrolling by PJ on the iPod. You either have to be in the mood for that kind of thing, or a teenager. I'm neither.

stoqboy said...
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stoqboy said...

It's a genre! Here's one friends' of my daughter made (Gerlach is one of her friends). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRsxX3GGKhs

nick danger said...

Perhaps the very first of the genre:

http://verylowsodium.com/fanimutation/exuberance

dan said...
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dan said...

Funny stuff. The genre expands: Couldn't help but think aboutTamori-san, a Japanese comedian, who has made this kind of thing a small part of one his shows for decades: random sample

lee david said...

That is one of the most creative and funny bits of social commentary that I have seen in a long time. Why communicate something with your vocal track when you can just mush out your angst in unintelligible crying blather? So hip and modern.

dave™© said...

Nothing on the Libby sentence, huh?

That's some real good law perfesserin'!

B said...

dave (trademarked: you had best not mess with me . . .)(copyright: i am the only real dave)

I'm sure she'll get to it, so . . .

think of something coherent to say (straaaaaaaaaiiiinnnnn)

Pogo said...

'Scuse me, while I kiss this guy.

Gahrie said...

From wiki:

"This makes the song unique as it has managed to become a staple favorite among fans of one of the most important bands of the 90s, and yet has no real lyrics or meaning that can be attached to the song."