This video will speak for itself, but in case you can’t wait, let me prepare you:
Have you ever wanted to see children deal candy like it was drugs?
Have you ever wanted to see children drink ice tea out of paper bags like it was alcohol?
Have you ever wanted to see the guy that made Rebecca Black’s Friday video and song again?
You’ve been warned:
(SIDENOTE: Tweenchronic most definitely refers to marijuana, right? Well, at least somebody spray paints over “Bieber Fever”…)
I’m very late to this, but since it was new to me and I found it enjoyable, I shall share it with you:
Sorry if it’s fuzzy… transcript below…
What the theory states:
The song [Rebecca Black’s Friday] is about the JFK assassination. The name of the driver of the car he was assassinated in was Samuel Kicken (Kickin’ in the front seat, sittin’ in the back seat…)
The assassination occurred on a Friday, and when he was shot, the Secret Service yelled at Jackie Kennedy to “get down” (Gotta get down on Friday…)
Parts about the Cold War and the spread of Communism are referenced (Everybody’s rushin’ = Everybody’s Russian…)
And to top it all off, in the hotel that morning, JFK declined a breakfast of sausage, eggs, and toast for a bowl of Bran Flakes instead (Gotta have my bowl/ Gotta have cereal…)
Also, the following Monday, JFK was supposed to sign a bill into law requiring all public schools to provide bus transportation for their students (Gotta catch my bus…)
Now, I’d like to believe this is all true, but the very first item I cross-referenced (JFK’s driver was Sam Kinney, not Sam Kicken) came up as a negative, so rather than destroy the beauty of its lunacy, I’m gonna stop there.
Without further ado… Jesus’ take on Rebecca Black’s Friday:
I always like to imagine how different directors would make well-known movies different.
For example, imagine if Steven Spielberg directed Martin Scorcese’s Taxi Driver.
Or if Quentin Tarantino directed Michael Bay’s Transformers.
Or if Tim Burton directed Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins… wait, never mind.
Here’s comedian Matt Mulholland’s
very sorta serious take on Rebecca Black’s Friday:
What a difference tonal, um, differences make…
There’s more Matt Mulholland after the jump. Read More
By now, everyone (or at least 21 million people at the time of this posting) have seen Rebecca Black’s Friday. If not, it’s after the jump below.
It’s inane, mundane, insane lyrics and musical progression made me think of every other song about days of the week. Here are those that came to mind:
- Saturday Night’s Alright (For Fighting) – Sir Elton John
- Sunday Bloody Sunday – U2
- Manic Monday – The Bangles
(SIDENOTE: In retrospect, this is barely better than Ms. Black’s song.)
- Ruby Tuesday – The Rolling Stones
(SIDENOTE: Yes, I am aware that it’s not about the day itself. Or is it?)
- Waiting for Wednesday – Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories
(SIDENOTE: The alternate for this one was Digital Underground’s Humpty Dance. Because it’s hump day, you see.)
- Understanding in a Car Crash – Thursday
(SIDENOTE: There are no songs about Thursday, so I had to go with the band. I think Ms. Black really missed an opportunity here. She could have had the only song about Thursday – even though Thursday’s aren’t as fun-fun-fun – and then the last day of the week could have been left to The Cure’s Friday I’m in Love.)