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February 23, 2017

"My Front Yard Has Been Mined," Patrick McWilliams parody of "Humble and Kind,"Tim McGraw, Comment by Misunderstood Report this comment
I am amazed by your presumptuous and eccentric assertion that the right to bear arms is a pre-existing condition conferred by God or Nature. I assume that "arms" include a rock or a stick, in order to account for the period before firearms were invented. Moreover, a cursory reading of Scalia and Stevens in Heller reveals no comparable assertion. On the other hand, your description of Jackboots kicking in doors in the middle of the night (never in daylight or during prime time TV viewing), throwing grenades into baby cribs, and killing Fido — that is pure, hilarious satirical genius. It should have been in your parody!
"The Battle of Stockholm," Michael Pacholek parody of "The Battle of New Orleans,"Johnny Horton, Comment by SU Truth Detractor Report this comment
^ liar, the world media and world leaders all over the globe have confronted Trump on his non-existent terrorist attack in Sweden. The Swedish Government is the final authority and they took it that way you fake fraudulent believer and propagator of blatant lies! Lies!!!

February 22, 2017

"My Front Yard Has Been Mined," Patrick McWilliams parody of "Humble and Kind,"Tim McGraw, Comment by Misunderstood Report this comment
Although I do "get it," your homemade Maginot Line lacks the Strangelovian absurdity to make it as effective a satire as it should have been. Still, I myself have tried over-the-top outrageousness, but I couldn't penetrate the dullness of the literalists who insist on being offended. It's no use! What we need is a parody site where real parodies are written and appreciated. Message Alert: Around 1947, there was a movie "The Senator Was Indiscreet." A political buffoon was offered the presidential candidacy by the backroom guys. He replied, with great disappointment, that he hoped to be baseball commissioner, but he came around when he was told that the President's salary is greater. Seventy years later, although the details differ somewhat, we have life imitating art.
"The Battle of Stockholm," Michael Pacholek parody of "The Battle of New Orleans,"Johnny Horton, Comment by Truth Detector Report this comment
Trump didn't imply anything, moronic bigoted lefturds inferred incorrect fake narrative. The boundless ignorance of democrats cannot be overstated.
"My Front Yard Has Been Mined," Patrick McWilliams parody of "Humble and Kind,"Tim McGraw, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
The Second Amendment doesn't give me anything. It is the government's promise not to infringe on pre-existing rights that come from my Creator or from one's nature as a human being, whichever you prefer. Guns are a tool that may or may not keep a younger, stronger, or more vicious person from terminating this fat, fragile 64 year old man before a bag of Burger King french fries does. You are at least partially right about the militia/National Guard concept. The federal government established the National Guard in order to take military power away from the States. State militias formed the backbone of the Confederate Army during the War of Independence and the feds did not want that to happen again. By the way, how do you ban guns? How do you take them from people to whom they are a critical part of one's identity? Perhaps you can convince them of the error of their ways and they will voluntarily throw them in the river or melt them into a giant statue of Hillary Clinton. But, history shows that the only way to disarm someone who is committed to retain his weapons is to use weapons. Whose weapons will those be? A common burglar might go away if I give him my wallet, even though it has little in it. He might be satisfied with the keys to my old, beat-up car. But a government Jackboot will not be bought off. And when you call for banning guns, that is exactly what you are asking for--amoral goons, with automatic weapons, kicking down doors in the middle of the night, and shooting people, throwing grenades into baby cribs, even killing peoples' pet dogs. Just look at the war on drugs and you'll know just how a ban on guns would go down. I hope you read this response to your comment, because I really want to know what you think. Oh, Jonathan, as a participant in a parody website, you seem to have grasped what so many have not--the concept of "satire". It's one of those things that I use for dividing people. There are those who get it, and those who don't. Oh, and I recall one time seeing a story from South Africa where wealthier individuals are protecting their estates from the massive crime wave by installing electrically operated landmines in their yards.
"My Front Yard Has Been Mined," Patrick McWilliams parody of "Humble and Kind,"Tim McGraw, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
^ not sure if trolling, or just very Liberal! But seriously, darkly funny parody! and kudos and parodying one of the only good original songs, to come from that sellout McGraw in recent years! 5s
"Pop Sodas," The Two Scamps parody of "Pop Muzik,"M, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
^ first off, it'd be pretty hard to make me anymore insane than I already am, arright? secondly, I've never judged anyone here for consuming alcohol, even though I choose not to. my co-author on this parody, Rob, mentions that he drinks occasionally, so what? however, in your case, I'd wager that you're a drunkard, who can't stand sober people. misery loves company y'know!
"My Front Yard Has Been Mined," Patrick McWilliams parody of "Humble and Kind,"Tim McGraw, Comment by 2A is NOT Ok Report this comment
the second amendment doesn't give you any right to landmines, you nitwit! You shouldn't even have that shotgun. Guns only lead to violence and the people that own them are both violent and nutjobs. There are no militias today, btw, we have the National Guard. You don't have any rights to own or carry automatic pistols, assault rifles, and other military gear. Ban guns outright! Gun violence must end. Your parody is not funny, it's wicked and sad.1's
"Power’s Compelling You," John A. Barry parody of "I Put a Spell on You,"Screamin' Jay Hawkins , Comment by Patrick Report this comment
Never saw the movie. But "The Exorcist" was the funniest book I ever read. It is a story about faith and the loss or lack of it. A tale of good vs evil. Divine power against the power of Pure Evil. And it all comes down to a priest shouting "You SOB, pick on someone your own size!" And the Devil does. Priest jumps out window and the spell is broken. I wonder some time if the movie is as hilarious as the book. I gather from this parody that there are two or more versions of "I Put A Spell On You".
"Bloodstains," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "LoveGame,"Lady Gaga, Comment by Matthias Report this comment
I would have loved to say that this one was "Bloody Brilliant" but I have to say that just like in Blaydeman's parody the topic left me feeling a bit icky inside.
"Vemana," Blaydeman parody of "You and I,"Lady Gaga, Comment by Matthias Report this comment
I agree with T-Cop in not knowing how to pronounce a lot of these words especially: "Huitzilopochtli". Not a bad idea topic-wise but I didn't find a lot of gut busting humor in this one.
"Vemana," Blaydeman parody of "You and I,"Lady Gaga, Comment by Rick Report this comment
I found this to be in poor taste. It's not funny at all and the pacing is off. 1-1-1
"Pop Sodas," The Two Scamps parody of "Pop Muzik,"M, Comment by The doctor is in Report this comment
Since Jonathan is afraid of alcohol, I doubt very much that he takes narcotics of any kind. Good news is that once they put him in the psyche ward they can put all his meds in eggnog and he'd gulp it down. However, not watching Cartoon Network and Golden Girls in the rec room might drive him further insane! Someone put him in a straight jacket with a Pepsi logo on it!!!
"Gross Gal & Dude," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Love You,"Barney and the Backyard Gang, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Jon, if you saw Big Bertha, you'd puke!
"Fart, Fart," Billy Bob Joe parody of "Wake Up,"Hilary Duff, Comment by CedarPointLuvr1 Report this comment
This is great! :) Made me laugh so hard I had tears in my eyes.

February 21, 2017

"Vemana," Blaydeman parody of "You and I,"Lady Gaga, Comment by Blaydeman Report this comment
No apology necessary, buddy! I totally get where you're coming from and I knew that's the response I could get when I wrote it. Honestly I'm surprised no one said anything to this point. You're right, it is very violent and graphic, but I wanted to explore the idea of social conceits and how perceptions change over time. We only think it's savage because our society tells us it was barabaric, but back then it was a part of daily life. And offering yourself as a sacrifice to the gods during wartime was considered the ultimate act of altruism in some cases. Sacrificing yourself to save your entire tribe or even your entire race. I thought it would be an interesting g thing to explore and open up a fun dialog for us. As for the Nahuatl, I was just riffing on the title of the OS having the diaeresis above the "u" for no apparent reason other than style. That's why I titled it Vemana instead. Just to add an extra joke in their. ;) Respect, my parody brother!
"Vemana," Blaydeman parody of "You and I,"Lady Gaga, Comment by bobpiecheese Report this comment
(Artistry) I honestly don't know how to feel about this one. I mean, I'm all for being blasé about violence in parodies, but this was just played a bit too straight for me. That and it was a bit hard to pace the Aztec names without a guide (kinda weird how you explained Nahuatl and Vemana and then not have them show up). The pacing was spot on, but otherwise this just left me in the cold, sorry to say.
"Butterface," Abbott Skelding parody of "Poker Face,"Lady Gaga, Comment by bobpiecheese Report this comment
(Artistry) See above!
"Rad Bromance," Agrimorfee parody of "Bad Romance,"Lady Gaga, Comment by bobpiecheese Report this comment
(Artistry) See above!
"Vemana," Blaydeman parody of "You and I,"Lady Gaga, Comment by Max Power Report this comment
555lbs worth of Aztec gold for you.
"Bad Ripped Pants," Matthias parody of "Bad Romance,"Lady Gaga, Comment by bobpiecheese Report this comment
(Artistry) I personally would've preferred some more context as to why the pants were ripped in the first place, but otherwise this was a pretty awesome parody. 555 new jeans!
"Bloodstains," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "LoveGame,"Lady Gaga, Comment by Max Power Report this comment
You did your best with this OS but it does get pretty bloody, not bad still.
"Butterface," Abbott Skelding parody of "Poker Face,"Lady Gaga, Comment by Max Power Report this comment
The kind of face in which a plastic surgery may not be such a bad idea. The parody is buttery enough to sizzle my toast if you know what I mean.
"Pop Sodas," The Two Scamps parody of "Pop Muzik,"M, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
Burp Ouch (or whatever the heck you're called) - Le Sigh... not even gonna try to be creative with it, huh?
"Pop Sodas," The Two Scamps parody of "Pop Muzik,"M, Comment by @BO (Body Odor) Report this comment
^ why don't you just write it yourself using one of your many pseudonyms?
"Vemana," Blaydeman parody of "You and I,"Lady Gaga, Comment by Abbott Skelding Report this comment
Probably my favorite Gaga song, and a great topic to go with! A lot of great rhymes in here...though it would have been cool to get the "hu-" in human to match up with the "you" in You and I - but that might be hard to do. A bit nit-picky, but this was really fun to read and a solid piece of parody.
"Rad Bromance," Agrimorfee parody of "Bad Romance,"Lady Gaga, Comment by Abbott Skelding Report this comment
I didn't realize I had read this before. My first thought was that this was going to be more frat-guy bro...though that might have been too much to bear haha. Nice work!
"Bad Ripped Pants," Matthias parody of "Bad Romance,"Lady Gaga, Comment by Abbott Skelding Report this comment
I agree with Blaydeman that "bad, ripped pants" is a little clunky...but this was really fun with a lot of funny lines. Though it might be stretched a little thin, topic-wise, but this is a fun piece of parody.
"I'm A Tweeter," Luis Matias parody of "I'm A Believer,"The Monkees, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
I try to find a karaoke version on youtube to match my lyrics to when I'm composing. Doesn't always work, but it's a start. I also count syllables on my fingers. With enough time and experience, it will start to get easier.
"Pop Sodas," The Two Scamps parody of "Pop Muzik,"M, Comment by Burp Ouch Report this comment
I have a great idea for a parody. Call it Singin' Through the Pain. It's about a bunch of middle age white guys on government assistance and opioids with nothing to do all day but drink soda, watch TV cartoons, and make bad puns.
"El Mariachi," John A. Barry parody of "Man of La Mancha ,"Man of La Mancha soundtrack, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
One of my favorite low-budget movies. Rodriguez ended up spending more money on straightening out the studio's editing mishaps than he did filming the thing. A work of genius, getting the most out of $6000 or thereabouts. A fun way to practice one's Spanish, too. Peter Marquard (Moco), the gringo drug dealer, spoke his lines phonetically, and did a good job of conveying emotions along with the words. One good reason the gang members confused the guitar case with the guitar and the one with the guns was that Rodriquez only had one case, and had to keep shifting the contents.
"The Battle of Stockholm," Michael Pacholek parody of "The Battle of New Orleans,"Johnny Horton, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
I've seen accounts of Swedes trying to acquire firearms licenses so they can protect against growing violence on the part of young Muslim men. CBS ran a story this past Sunday about Canada taking in Syrian refugees. It noted that the Canadian government screens these people, in a process that can take 9 months or longer and requires that immigrants have a sponsor or job. They are taught English. Is Canada racist, too? Canada does not want to be Syria. The refugees are coming to Canada because it is NOT Syria. They seemed to be very happy in Canada. They will make good Canadians. Once they are properly screened and have a stake in this country, Syrians can make good Americans. But we don't want the US to be Syria, either. Nor do the Syrians who try to come here.
"Bad Ripped Pants," Matthias parody of "Bad Romance,"Lady Gaga, Comment by Max Power Report this comment
My life haven't been the same ever since I ripped my pants like Spongebob.
"Pop Sodas," The Two Scamps parody of "Pop Muzik,"M, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
CML - like describing the pun that "sucked?" awesome! and "Amiright?" I see what you did there! just call me Sans, 'cause I love puns! (those who've seen jacksepticeye play "Undertale" will get the reference!)
Jeremy - those all sound delicious! my personal favorites out of those you mentioned, are A&W Root Beer & (Diet) Pepsi.
Krista - something wonderful happens when Rob & I collaborate on these parodies! I owe as much to him, as I do to you, and everybody else voting! Thank You One And All! :)
"Gross Gal & Dude," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Love You,"Barney and the Backyard Gang, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
what is it with these fellas and vomit? 455
"I'm A Tweeter," Luis Matias parody of "I'm A Believer,"The Monkees, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
not bad, just take Parody Doc's advice, and work on pacing. 433
"My Hos (A Pimp's Peacock Song)," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Heigh-Ho (The Dwarfs Marching Song),"Tom Waits, Comment by Reuben Report this comment
he, he, he for hos!
"The Battle of Stockholm," Michael Pacholek parody of "The Battle of New Orleans,"Johnny Horton, Comment by Jenny Report this comment
^ hey ppl, if u remove the TU from POTUS you get what Trump really is! Btw, we don't have these problems in UK. Our dumb PM makes Trump look like a monkey!
"The Battle of Stockholm," Michael Pacholek parody of "The Battle of New Orleans,"Johnny Horton, Comment by MSM Report this comment
We keep looking for Trump's insinuated "terrorist" attack in Sweden last Friday, but can't find it amidst all the world condemnation of Trump's idiotic statements (this one included)! Trump must be the dumbest POTUS ever!!!
"Pop Sodas," The Two Scamps parody of "Pop Muzik,"M, Comment by Krista Report this comment
this parody now has 70 fives and growing. Wow!
"Pop Sodas," The Two Scamps parody of "Pop Muzik,"M, Comment by Jeremy Report this comment
To me nothing is like a cold frothy mug of A&W root beer. Coke, Pepsi, Dr. Pepper, and Mountain Dew can't touch that!
"The Battle of Stockholm," Michael Pacholek parody of "The Battle of New Orleans,"Johnny Horton, Comment by Trump's Clan Report this comment
Ripping Muslim women's face scarves off, beatng up Muslim teenagers, scrawling swastikas on minority and Jewish businesses with TRUMP in caps and Get Out messages, supporting the illegal travel Ban and having ICE seizing anyone with brown skin for mass deportations demonstrates Trump's promises to unite American and end hated, bigotry, anti-Semitism, and divisiveness!!!
"Bad Steve Bannon," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Fascination,"Nat King Cole, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
I probably should do another one with Bannon using Michael Jackson's "Smooth Criminal" as "White National!"
"Bloodstains," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "LoveGame,"Lady Gaga, Comment by Agrimorfee Report this comment
I am with Blaydeman 100%.
"Bad Ripped Pants," Matthias parody of "Bad Romance,"Lady Gaga, Comment by Agrimorfee Report this comment
A little too weird and off-topic in the opening "gaga" chants, but the depth and variety you put into the topic of pants (Zubaz? That's a thing?) is mighty damned impressive.
"I'm A Tweeter," Luis Matias parody of "I'm A Believer,"The Monkees, Comment by Parody Patient Report this comment
Kudos, Doc! Refreshing to see constructive criticism amid all the trolls' mindless 1's. I hope you're posting as well as commenting.
"I Love Yu-Gi-Oh!," DJ Blaze parody of "I Love Rock And Roll,"Joan Jett, Comment by e Report this comment
I like yugioh
"Let's Swipe That," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Left Swipe Dat,"Becky G, Comment by en Report this comment
Wow.
"Bad Steve Bannon," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Fascination,"Nat King Cole, Comment by Steve Bannon (Best Michael Jackson Voice) Report this comment
Because you know I'm bad! I'm bad! I'm really, really bad!
You know I'm bad! I'm bad! I'm really, really bad!
"The Battle of Stockholm," Michael Pacholek parody of "The Battle of New Orleans,"Johnny Horton, Comment by "Justice" Warrior Report this comment
Beating up and shooting Trump supporters to prevent them from exercising their First Amendment rights, rioting against America's lawful President, and setting some small-business-owning Muslim immigrant's limo on fire goes to demonstrate how OPEN and TOLERANT we are on the left.
"Pop Sodas," The Two Scamps parody of "Pop Muzik,"M, Comment by CML Report this comment
BTW Jonathan, the statement "You're a sucker for puns." was meant to be a pun. We were talking about a song about sodas, were we not. And how do you drink a soda? Huh? Amiright? amiright? In retrospect I should have said this -- Jonathan is a real sucker for puns; especially puns about sodas
"I'm A Tweeter," Luis Matias parody of "I'm A Believer,"The Monkees, Comment by The Parody Doctor Report this comment
The first comic touchstone of a song parody is that it "sings" very close to the Original Song (OS) even as it veers off into some completely new direction. This is what we mean by "pace" With that in mind, a few tweeks to improve pace .... "Now I'm a Re-tweeter" for "Now I'm a Believer". When a line in an OS is an iconic earworm, then the sub has to be perfect. Nail the subs for the big lines and you're halfway there .... Second line in OS -- you're about five syllables over. You have to learn "word economy" Your lines dont have to be actual complete sentences -- "Decided to create; follow button's green" John Barry is a master of that ...... 4th line. "Add a profile pic" -- Again you dont need grammatically correct sentences; song lyrics themselves violate all sorts of grammar rules. There are probably a few other tweeks I could point out, but hey ...... One general rule -- if you got some crap lines, make sure they're at the end, people may ignore them if the start was strong. Class dismissed
"The Battle of Stockholm," Michael Pacholek parody of "The Battle of New Orleans,"Johnny Horton, Comment by Socialist Jerk Wad (Lena Dunham) Report this comment
If you're not wearing your "lady parts" on your head and molesting your little sister, you're not American!
"Bad Steve Bannon," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Fascination,"Nat King Cole, Comment by Lex Rex Report this comment
The only goose-stepping racists I see these days are on the left, demanding Shariah law be imposed and asserting that white people aren't human.
"The Battle of Stockholm," Michael Pacholek parody of "The Battle of New Orleans,"Johnny Horton, Comment by Righty Report this comment
Oh yeah, a link to the Clinton Nutjobs Network! Kind of reminds me of when Dan Rather was asserting his fake National Guard memos weren't fake. The proof? He was making another newscast SAYING they weren't. Can't be fake if he repeats his assertion, can they?
"Bad Steve Bannon," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Fascination,"Nat King Cole, Comment by Hurm Report this comment
Don't believe anything you see on CNN either.
"The Battle of Stockholm," Michael Pacholek parody of "The Battle of New Orleans,"Johnny Horton, Comment by To Leftard Morons Report this comment
Oh yeah, as if anyone in his right mind would believe any of the FAKE NEWS of the CommuNazi Nutjobs!
"The Battle of Stockholm," Michael Pacholek parody of "The Battle of New Orleans,"Johnny Horton, Comment by Peter Andersson Report this comment
Trump gave the wrong impression hinting at a terror attack, and that Fox story was probably exaggerated in some way (I haven't seen it), but all since last spring there has been continous rioting, looting and vandalizing (car burnings mostly, but plenty of 'em) in Swedish high unemployment suburbs. As late as last night cops had to shoot themselves out of an ambush. Google rinkeby+police+shooting+february to see if there are any pages in English yet. Me, I live in the calm-almost-to-a-dull boonies but I've temporarily worked with two women here who both said they've "had to escape" and moved from the Capital suburbs because as women they could no longer walk alone outside after dark without groups of young muslim men coming up to them telling them it wasn't allowed for a women to be out alone there without a male escort, and hinting at what they'd do to them next time they saw them out alone. So they felt they had to move.

February 20, 2017

"Bloodstains," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "LoveGame,"Lady Gaga, Comment by Blaydeman Report this comment
(Artistry) I gotta be honest here and say this did nothing for me. It got stuck in this repetitious area where you hit the same joke over and over and it didn't go anywhere for me. It just sat there like a pool of coagulated blood. I thought you nailed the choruses with your pacing. That was impressive. The verses weren't as successful though. Sometimes you completely rock topic s like this, this one was a miss though. Sorry.
"Work Around The Clock," Luis Matias parody of "Rock Around The Clock,"Bill Haley & His Comets, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Also, if everything else fails, toilet humor never grows old. That or girl is a dude joke ;-)
"Build My Brick City," Luis Matias parody of "Detroit Rock City,"Kiss, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Luis, write to your strengths, whatever you enjoy, what your interests are, what you know. Simple. Or take each song and A-Z rhyme the key words in the title until you come up with something. If you have a topic word, go online and find synonyms. It may help. GL
"Butterface," Abbott Skelding parody of "Poker Face,"Lady Gaga, Comment by Blaydeman Report this comment
(Artistry) I'm still a big fan of this spoof! I thought you crushed this one. One of my favorites of yours if I'm going off the top of my head. I can't praise this one enough.
"Rad Bromance," Agrimorfee parody of "Bad Romance,"Lady Gaga, Comment by Blaydeman Report this comment
(Artistry) my mind went straight to Scrubs too when I read the concept. You did really well with it. Two men singing about their bromance is inherently hilarious to me. There was a lot of fun to be had in here. You took a familair conceit and did it so well. Great work!
"The Gloveman," Dylan Baranski parody of "The Rover,"Led Zeppelin, Comment by Jeff Report this comment
I glove it? (Bad pun)
"My Hos (A Pimp's Peacock Song)," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Heigh-Ho (The Dwarfs Marching Song),"Tom Waits, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
https://youtu.be/7RQoYIbQGrE
"My Hos (A Pimp's Peacock Song)," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Heigh-Ho (The Dwarfs Marching Song),"Tom Waits, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Episode 513 (Season 5 Number 13)
"My Hos (A Pimp's Peacock Song)," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Heigh-Ho (The Dwarfs Marching Song),"Tom Waits, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
^ honestly, no. guess I'll have to keep an eye out for it on Adult Swim!
"Cherry Eggnog," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Tiny Bubbles,"Don Ho, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
^ Thanks! I'll likely try that, come October! :)
"Pop Sodas," The Two Scamps parody of "Pop Muzik,"M, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
yeeshie wowie! a lot of comments here, some good & some not so good! I first off, want to thank everybody for getting this parody to 67 fives! you guys are awesome! I'm sure Rob & I both appreciate it! secondly, so not to get in the middle of some of the bickering in the more recent comments, I'll just say Thank You to Lori! for finding this parody refreshing, AND making that pun! Lennie's right! I am a sucker for puns! the worse, the better!
"The Battle of Stockholm," Michael Pacholek parody of "The Battle of New Orleans,"Johnny Horton, Comment by Leftie Report this comment
it's OK, Trump got his information off FAUX News!
"The Battle of Stockholm," Michael Pacholek parody of "The Battle of New Orleans,"Johnny Horton, Comment by To Rights Freaks Report this comment
https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cnn.com/cnn/2017/02/19/politics/trump-rally-sweden/index.html
"Bad Steve Bannon," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Fascination,"Nat King Cole, Comment by Hmm... Report this comment
^ thank you Breitbart News for clarifying that
"The Battle of Stockholm," Michael Pacholek parody of "The Battle of New Orleans,"Johnny Horton, Comment by Fact Checker Report this comment
Trump implied a terror incident in Sweden last Friday or some other refugee caused violence based on TV news about claimed suppressed refugee violence by a film director. It was another incident of Trump watching TV and getting it all wrong again. The Swedish Embassy and European Governments wanted an explanation immediately. They had drawn the same conclusions. What happened on Friday night in Sweden? A police chase with a drunk driver! And crime soaring due to the 160,000 refugees Sweden took in? Up 4% mostly with cyber crimes. Trump is a lunatic. His followers are morons. Truth Detector is a bullsh*t artist and a lying POS!
"The Battle of Stockholm," Michael Pacholek parody of "The Battle of New Orleans,"Johnny Horton, Comment by Justice Warrior Report this comment
Trump fascists burn in hell forever!
"The Battle of Stockholm," Michael Pacholek parody of "The Battle of New Orleans,"Johnny Horton, Comment by Truth detector Report this comment
He wouldn't, but you would. He didn't say anything about a terrorist attack in Sweden. I will, though, give you the benefit of the doubt and just assume you're incredibly stupid and easily led.
"Rad Bromance," Agrimorfee parody of "Bad Romance,"Lady Gaga, Comment by Max Power Report this comment
The parody is pretty rad.
"The Battle of Stockholm," Michael Pacholek parody of "The Battle of New Orleans,"Johnny Horton, Comment by Dan Rather Report this comment
I'm MP's hero!
"The Battle of Stockholm," Michael Pacholek parody of "The Battle of New Orleans,"Johnny Horton, Comment by The 55% Report this comment
If you traitor twats really believe a word of this crap you're spewing, you'll MOVE to the world's new rapefugee capital in Sweden.
"Bad Steve Bannon," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Fascination,"Nat King Cole, Comment by Fake News Report this comment
Don't believe everything you see on Facebook, Rob.
"Work Around The Clock," Luis Matias parody of "Rock Around The Clock,"Bill Haley & His Comets, Comment by Intercourse With You Report this comment
How about a "pork song" like the ones the Honest Trailers people do?
"Build My Brick City," Luis Matias parody of "Detroit Rock City,"Kiss, Comment by George Carlin Report this comment
Rape CAN be funny, you know.
"The Battle of Stockholm," Michael Pacholek parody of "The Battle of New Orleans,"Johnny Horton, Comment by The Majority Report this comment
Happy Not My President Day! Protest, protest, protest the lies of a madman. Terror attack in Sweden last Friday. Nothing but pure fabrication.
"My Hos (A Pimp's Peacock Song)," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Heigh-Ho (The Dwarfs Marching Song),"Tom Waits, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Actually Jon, I got the idea off "King of the Hill" when Hank and Peggy take in a prostitute without knowing at first and then Hank has to fight her pimp Alabaster Jones! Remember that episode?
"Bad Steve Bannon," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Fascination,"Nat King Cole, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Like I've stated before, I make fun of everyone politically. But seriously, I don't like Steve Bannon. Neither does the White House staff, Mike Pence, and most Republican congressmen. He's a bad pick just as Flynn was. Bannon is a self-admitted White Nationalist. I didn't make anything up about him or what he said about admiring the power of evil. If Satan's a role model for him, then that speaks for itself. Btw, Alt.Right in Europe is largely known by its older name- Nazism.
"Build My Brick City," Luis Matias parody of "Detroit Rock City,"Kiss, Comment by Comedian Report this comment
A "passionate ambiguity" song like Weird Al Yankovic's "Good Enough For Now" would be good.
"Cherry Eggnog," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Tiny Bubbles,"Don Ho, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Jon, if you can find cherry syrup in a store, you can use that instead of having to make it from scratch. I'm eager to make cherry eggnog in October with Southern Comfort eggnog. You can also substitute cherry pie filling in the can with the cherries. Just blend it and mix...
"My Hos (A Pimp's Peacock Song)," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Heigh-Ho (The Dwarfs Marching Song),"Tom Waits, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
besides addressing her by her real name, what else is an accurate name for Miley Cyrus? High-Ho! ha-cha-cha-cha-cha! 455
"French Superfool," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Love You,"Barney and the Backyard Gang, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Yes, unfortunately it is!
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Superdupont.jpg
"Work Around The Clock," Luis Matias parody of "Rock Around The Clock,"Bill Haley & His Comets, Comment by Joker Report this comment
Well, you could do a fat joke, or a "yo' mama" joke, or a narcissistic love song (to yourself), or a hate song (reversing a love song's lyrics), or a psychobabble or technobabble or legalese kind of song. Really, if you're not feeling inspired, just try listening to some of the classics like National Lampoon and Monty Python. Sources of humorous inspiration are everywhere if you know where to look.
"Pop Sodas," The Two Scamps parody of "Pop Muzik,"M, Comment by @The Bad News Report this comment
That's the point, you idiot! Richard Pryor gave that advice to Eddie Murphy over Cosby. Eddie Murphy is now giving his advice to you. Richard Pryor couldn't give the advice as he's dead. Or did you forget that, you analectual!
"French Superfool," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Love You,"Barney and the Backyard Gang, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
wait... is this real? "looks it up" Holy Garbanzos it's real! 455
"(Is That) Ship On Your List?," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Kiss On My List,"Hall & Oates, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
to hear the media tell it, it's still the 1980s (oh, don't I wish!) and Russia is still our number one enemy! and yet, The Muslims, who are actually the ones killing people left & right, are these poor, gentle, misunderstood souls. and Trump ruthlessly tried to ban them, 'cause he's just evil like that! 455
"Cherry Eggnog," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Tiny Bubbles,"Don Ho, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
was unfamiliar with the OS until just now. thanks for the suggestion! I like cherries, and I like eggnog! I'll certainly have to try this out! :) 5s
"Pop Sodas," The Two Scamps parody of "Pop Muzik,"M, Comment by @Eddie Murphy to The Bad News Report this comment
That was RICHARD PRYOR advising Eddie Murphy how to reply to Bill Cosby. Not only are you a perfect example of cultural decline, you can't even get your pop references straight!
"My Hos (A Pimp's Peacock Song)," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Heigh-Ho (The Dwarfs Marching Song),"Tom Waits, Comment by Jeff Report this comment
What can I get for $555?
"French Superfool," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Love You,"Barney and the Backyard Gang, Comment by Jean-Pierre Report this comment
sacre bleu!!!
"Flash Dashed (Whatta Speed Freak)," Matthias parody of "Flashdance (What A Feeling),"Irene Cara, Comment by Peter Andersson Report this comment
Marvel-ous!
"The Battle of Stockholm," Michael Pacholek parody of "The Battle of New Orleans,"Johnny Horton, Comment by Peter Andersson Report this comment
3 x 5ake News! ;-)
"(Whales Aren't As) Large As My Wife," Peter Andersson a.k.a K1chyd parody of "Larger Than Life,"Backstreet Boys, Comment by Peter Andersson Report this comment
Thanks Matthias, Bill, Rob and Randy!
"Cherry Eggnog," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Tiny Bubbles,"Don Ho, Comment by CML Report this comment
That reminds me, I gotta Don Ho parody that's been bubbling around in my brain. This should spur me to finish it.
"My Hos (A Pimp's Peacock Song)," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Heigh-Ho (The Dwarfs Marching Song),"Tom Waits, Comment by CML Report this comment
Was this in the Disney Classic -- 'Ho White And Da Seven Playas?
"Pop Sodas," The Two Scamps parody of "Pop Muzik,"M, Comment by Eddie Murphy to The Bad News Report this comment
Have a Coke and a smile and STFU!!!
"Pop Sodas," The Two Scamps parody of "Pop Muzik,"M, Comment by CML Report this comment
Didn't anyone else find it strange that Clarence Thomas apparently was such a goody two shoes that the Dems could find absolutely nothing on him until the very last moment when Anita Hill pops up out of nowhere and then testifies about Clarence Thomas saying the most vile and disgusting things to her. Apparently Clarence must have had a kind of pathological fixation on scrawny, left-wing black women -- as evidenced by the fact that he married a chubby, Red-Irish, conservative white woman.

February 19, 2017

"Pop Sodas," The Two Scamps parody of "Pop Muzik,"M, Comment by Anita Hill Report this comment
^ that's "pubic" hair, you moron!
"Pop Sodas," The Two Scamps parody of "Pop Muzik,"M, Comment by Clarence Thomas Report this comment
Who has put a public hair on my Coke?
"This Song's Not Music," Red Ant parody of "Lost In Music,"Sister Sledge, Comment by Hikf Report this comment
My balls are itchy Caught in a scratch No turning back My balls are itchy
"Pop Sodas," The Two Scamps parody of "Pop Muzik,"M, Comment by The Bad News Report this comment
Everything about this — the original "song," the parody topic, the parody writing, the scores, most of the comments — predict the imminent fall of Western culture. And if all this is an example of Western culture's trajectory, I say Good Riddance.
"Kellyane," John A. Barry parody of "Carrie Anne,"Hollies, Comment by Ralph Report this comment
Yeah, why isn't John Barry talking about all the Clinton scandals, the DNC remarks about Bernie Sanders, the missing 33,000 emails, the private server, the unsecured cell phone, the Clinton Foundation preferences to donors, and so forth. Can John tell us how Clinton would challenge Putin over Syria when they control both air bases and the main port or how we would establish safe zones if the Russians and Syrian army won't let us? How would Hillary deal with the spy ship that is in International waters off our coast? You can't threaten it or sink it. The Russian violation of the INF Treaty? We do the same thing. And how would she secure the southern border? Simple. She wouldn't. Clinton prefers open borders, amnesty for all, and bad trade agreements, even globalization. She wouldn't spend a dime more on our military or our vets. She's a socialist like Sanders masquerading as a progressive. Nobody bought it. She lost. Twice now. Even her women's pitch failed. That's gotta hurt. It seems John Barry is living in fantasy land. Trump is a wildcard, but at least he's trying to do many things at once as fast as he can while be obstructed by the Democrats and having to deal with fake news everyday. OK, make that misleading news with extreme bias. The facts are undeniable, but the slant and spins, omissions of other equal facts, and fair independent analysis proves Trump is being treated unfairly. Examples? Flynn talked to many foreign counterparts by phone. Story: Russia only. The Secret Service has to protect the Trump's at extreme costs in different locations. Yes, it's their job no matter the size of the family or where they live or go. Non-story. So stop berating Jonathan for being honest.
"Pop Sodas," The Two Scamps parody of "Pop Muzik,"M, Comment by Jack Report this comment
Has anybody noticed that this parody has 61 fives? Wow!
"Kellyane," John A. Barry parody of "Carrie Anne,"Hollies, Comment by timmy Report this comment
uh... maynard's kin? are you SURE you wanna be using the term "malfunction?" isn't hillary the one known to short-circuit??
"The Waterbury Tales," Judith Wax parody of "The Canterbury Tales,"Geoffrey Chaucer, Comment by Eric le Red Report this comment
Thought I'd lost this gem forever when I found your site. Thanks for making a small masterpiece available to all. (Time magazine wants you to subscribe before allowing access--and they were just reprinting it?). Finally, please fix the "cache" to read "eache".
"Pop Sodas," The Two Scamps parody of "Pop Muzik,"M, Comment by Callmelennie Report this comment
Not only that, Lori, Jon's a real sucker for puns.
"Pop Sodas," The Two Scamps parody of "Pop Muzik,"M, Comment by CML Report this comment
If I'm going to be brutally honest Lori -- Yes, that pun sucked. (ba doom tsssh) But not to worry, Jonathan will probably lap it up anyway. (wa wa wa waah!) That's just the sort of sweet, bubbly guy he is

February 18, 2017

"Kellyane," John A. Barry parody of "Carrie Anne,"Hollies, Comment by Mr. Horowitz Report this comment
^ boneheaded fool
"Kellyane," John A. Barry parody of "Carrie Anne,"Hollies, Comment by Maynard's Kin Report this comment
Lastly Jon, keep your hate speech off this campus!
"Pop Sodas," The Two Scamps parody of "Pop Muzik,"M, Comment by Lori Report this comment
I found this to be very refreshing! Is that a bad pun?
"Crying," John A. Barry parody of "Crying,"Roy Orbison, Comment by jim patton Report this comment
very well done.

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