How did stuff like this get around without the TripleDoubleU?
For this round, how about covering recent TripleDoubleU memes? Shall we?
1) This cat’s name is Bento. What’s the name of the original Keyboard Cat?
2) The original lyrics for this song are:
3) Why do I love this mashup so much?
a) Jabba the Hutt (non-CGI) is inherently funny
b) Parks and Recreation’s theme song is catchy
c) All the above
d) Eh, I’ve seen better
4) Who owns this song?
a) Ram Jam
b) Epic Beard Man
d) Amber Lamp
5) What process has been applied to this photo?
d) RafikiShop (please click)
Answers after the jump
I really wish I would have saved this picture:
Can't wait for the Meow Re-Mix
Perviously used in this post, it goes along purrfectly with this edition of Musical Musings. If you dove into this post willy-nilly without reading the above title, or if you have an aversion to reading large letters in bold typeface, allow me to introduce you to two of the most fascinating felines ever to grace the music scene (not counting Keyboard Cat or Josie and the Pussycats*, ‘natch).
The Classical Approach:
The Modern Take (wait for the breakdown at the end):
The Interpretive (Canine) Dance:
*It’s a shame, but I forgot how cute Tara Reid actually was, and I really do miss Rachael Leigh Cook. Wha’ happen to her? And look how young Rosario Dawson, um, looks. Eight years really makes a difference, I guess. And that’s my deep thought for the day.
Play him off, cat piano!
By now it’s safe to say that almost everyone has heard about keyboard cat (or should it be Keyboard Cat, like a proper name). Within a few more days, it will be equally safe to assume that everyone will have heard of the above contraption called the katzenklavier, or in English, the cat piano. Okay, maybe that meme won’t hit as big, but it doesn’t make its concept any less shocking.
Basically, the way it works was this:
Cats (or picture kittens to make it more horrific) are arranged according to the tone of their meow (or in this case, whine… not to be confused with “case of wine” which of course would go well cheese, and mice like cheese… um, what was I talking about?) Then their tails are stretched out and fastened underneath each of the device’s keys, and under each key – a nail. I think you can figure the rest out.
Don’t worry. They’re barely in existence anymore. Only singers like Miley Cyrus and groups like the Jonas Brothers still make use of them.
And speaking of brothers, it’s about time to get to the Worst Song You May Ever Hear! (Not to be confused with Worst Band Ever!) Performed by the Wilburn Brothers (and oh, will they) in 1959, Knoxville Girl isn’t just bad… it’s wrong.
(via Heartless Doll)
I apologize for posting another video (as if I don’t post beaucoup de vidz anyway), but the post I was working on started changing and growing from what I initially imagined (don’t worry – it will still be less than superb). I need to be somewhere else soon, plus I want to allow the other idea to ferment a little longer, so here’s my gift to you (via Tosh.0):
Although YouTube feels like it’s been around forever/4eva , it’s really only been here for just over four/4 years. But what it’s wrought – flash-in-the-pan celebrities, viral videos, copyright battles – will be here for awhile.
Since I’m pretty much in constant contact with the TripleDoubleU, I’ve seen my share of crap and my share of gold. It’s sometimes funny to see how long it takes a family member to bring up something I caught months ago.
So imagine my pleasant surprise at this spoonful of sugar that helps the viral videos go down that much sweeter.
Play me off, keyboard cat! (For some reason my faves all have to do with kids and dogs… go figure…)
For more go to these YouTube channels: BrotatoChip or theKeyboardCat, or simply PlayHimOffKeyboardCat’s site.
(Big thanks to Chris for finding this one!)