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New to the site? Looking for the very best parodies AmiRight has to offer? Look no further -- this link contains a goldmine of the greatest parodies in AmiRight history, all conveniently gathered in one handy location. Think you have the stuff to crack this list? We shall see my friend.

   Full story is at All-Time Favorites. Article was posted on September 1 by Claude Prez

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CML - September 04, 2017 - Report this comment
I'm going to go out on a limb and assume you are C4P, Claude. I must say, you made my entire month and it's only the 4th. I always knew I had a knack for Bohemian Rhapsody, and everyone loved "Brohemian Rhapsody" Check out "Gollumian Rhapsody"; it's at least as good as Bro-Rhap. If you were to ask me what's my best parody for a general audience, I'd probably say "Gol Rhap"
CML - September 06, 2017 - Report this comment
One glaring omission on your list, Claude, is Porfle Popnecker -- who I think is the most talented writer to show up in The Teensies. Perhaps you weren't fully invested in the site in the years 2011-2012, when Porf Pop was at his peak. So here's a trio for your consideration -- "When Finally Tom Gets Jerry", a superb parody of the very intricate "Along Comes Mary" .. "Victor Von Doom" -- this was a submission by Porfle into an Amiright competition where a Beatles White Album tune (Rocky Racoon in Porf's case) was used to parody Marvel Superheroes. Porfle literally mopped the floor with collective kicked asses of his competitors with that one ... Lastly, "Denny Laine" (Penny Lane) where Porfle injects a bit of a hard edge in his usual good natured goofiness with great results. The opening stanza will slay you

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