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Song Parodies -> "I Am Never Ever Using That Spell-checker"

Original Song Title:

"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"

Original Performer:

Taylor Swift

Parody Song Title:

"I Am Never Ever Using That Spell-checker"

Parody Written by:

Bob O'Mara

The Lyrics

I catch myself doing this once in a while, but I really try to resist the urge. Hopefully you all can relate a little, whether at the sending end or the receiving end.
“I Am Never Ever Using That Spell-checker”

I remember when growing up
in high school
Saying, “Hey there buddy, what is up?”
Simple.
You grab a pen and paper. Write a note.
Then you slide it to your friend. (Yup!)

Now when I’m at work and feel alone
or bored,
I open up my laptop or my phone
keyboard.
And then I start my speed-typing away.
I say, “Wat up bro”, “how r u”, “o i c”, “ill c u”.


Oooh – I never learned to type real well
And oooh – no time for spelling it, for spelling it.


I am never ever ever using that spell-checker.
I am never ever ever using that spell-checker.
I can write to my friends, and all my friends understand.
So I am never ever ever ever using that spell-checker.


No, never…


I’m gonna send my friends a little text, to say
Exactly what I plan on doing next Friday.
And you would not translate it very well, unless
You had some teen around to interpret this mess.


Oooh - abbreviate each word I type,
And - oooh – no time for spelling it, for spelling it.


I am never ever ever using that spell-checker.
I am never ever ever using that spell-checker.
I can write to my friends, and all my friends understand.
So I am never ever ever ever using that spell-checker.


Oooh yeah, oooh, yeah, oooh yeah, oh oh oh


I used to think that I was so ever clever
But you can’t be clever with whomever.


(spoken)
Ugh, my boss emailed me and he says, “We need to talk,”
And I wrote, “K, man…I can c u NEtime, u know, like… lol jk c u l8r dawg!” Got fired.

No!


I am never ever ever forgetting my spell-checker.
I am never ever ever forgetting my spell-checker.
I make sense to my friends, but will my friends pay my bills?
I am never ever ever forgetting my spell-checker.


We – oooh – need to use spell-checker, oooh.
We – oooh – need to use spell-checker.


I make sense to my friends, but will my friends, no one else.
So I am never ever ever ever forgetting my spell-checker.

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Wendy Christopher - September 19, 2012 - Report this comment
Relate? Can I relate? I am that person who goes "Okay then, capital letter... nooo, not numbers, I want... uuurggh... how do I get it off numbers...arrggh, nooo, how do I delete all these 3's now?... look, I don't CARE about capitals, okay - I just want letters back again... noooo.... arrgggh, STOOPID BLOODY PHONE I HATE YOOOUU!"

One day I will graduate to being able to do text-speak with the skill of the average 12-year-old. Meanwhile, please accept a 555 for this brilliant parody. :)
Meriadoc - September 19, 2012 - Report this comment
"A teen around to interpret" - pretty funny. Actual conversation heard just today at work as a lady is sending a fax:

Teen daughter: "Mom, could I send a fax to Travon?"

Mom: "No, he doesn't have a fax machine - you have to email him."

Daughter: "But if I wanted to write him a letter, I mean. How would I send it to him if I can't fax?"

And we wonder why the post office is going out of business....

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