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Song Parodies -> "Living With My Aunts"

Original Song Title:

"Living In The Past"

Original Performer:

Jethro Tull

Parody Song Title:

"Living With My Aunts"

Parody Written by:

Paul Robinson

The Lyrics

No, this didn't really happen.
(Instrumental intro)

Once, when as a young boy
parents annoyed; sent me packing
"Although we truly love you
your actions disgust your mother
So, you now will go
by train; real slow, to live with elders
Teach you a good lesson
You'll be living with your Aunts"

(Instrumental break)

I replied, "You're kidding"
They said, "No"; I started sh*tting
They're a gruesome twosome; find them both so
very frightening
Last time I was there
They both did stare right at my zipper
Oh, reconsider
I don't want them in my pants

( Instrumental break)

No, don't make me go there
I once saw them having sex
Oh, last time that I was there
both of them exposed their cracks

(Instrumentals to end)

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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 1

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Adagio - June 11, 2004 - Report this comment
Scary!! 5's
Johnny D - June 11, 2004 - Report this comment
Yikes! Makes me think of Marge Simpson's chain-smoking sisters. 5's
Phil Alexander - June 11, 2004 - Report this comment
Yes, JD - that was pretty much the mental image I got from it, too.
Rod Worden - June 11, 2004 - Report this comment
'Teach you a good lesson' Hmm, maybe he could have learned a thing or two.. Good job, Paul!
Paul Robinson - June 11, 2004 - Report this comment
Adadio, JD, Phil & Rod - Thanks! Hadn't thought of Marge Simpson's smoking sisters, but that works.
Jack Wilson - June 11, 2004 - Report this comment
I loved it! 555!
alvin rhodes - June 11, 2004 - Report this comment
too funny...i lived with my aunt dovie for a little was all on the up and up, though...honest !...5s
Paul Robinson - June 11, 2004 - Report this comment
Jack W & Alvin - Thanks! Alvin, glad to hear you did not get Lovie with Aunt Dovie.
John Barry - June 11, 2004 - Report this comment
Relatively funny. 5s.
Paul Robinson - June 11, 2004 - Report this comment
Thanks, John!
Paul Robinson - June 13, 2004 - Report this comment
Geez, suddenly I have a "4-2-3" buddy on the site. Found a few similar, uncommented, unexplained such scores lately on stuff that was mostly all at least 4+ in all categories to everyone else. Well, hell, that's a perfectly reasonable score. Why dontcha give me a critique so I can make better parodies for ya', buddy? I'm not even asking for an ID or handle, use "Anonymous", I promise not to track you down or do you any harm...really...I'm non-violent.
Peregrin - June 14, 2004 - Report this comment
Good one Paul! I see Unit 423 visits you too!
Paul Robinson - June 14, 2004 - Report this comment
Per - Thanks! Yes, AnonyMOUSE - No comment "4-2-3" has become one of my regular visitors lately and while it makes me feel warm all over to have that kind of loyal "buddy" with me and "behind" me all the time I am curious as to what gives. I wasn't going to say anything until I noticed a lot of other writers had the same "buddy" visiting their works. I think it's a subtle twist on the "1-derer's" game. I figured whoever it is deserves a little recognition for their trouble, because I know they must feel proud of what they do. After all, it takes a big person to anonymously dump on other people's hard work and slink back away into the shadows after doing so.
Rod Worden - June 14, 2004 - Report this comment
Paul, I think anyone here who has written more than a half dozen or more of these shares your concern. As it stands, the voting system is simply flawed. It's vulnerable to attack from (a) lo-ballers with nothing better to do with their time, and (b) prolific writers here who are so concerned with their own vote counts that they may decide to drop a few bombs now and then to make themselves look better. (How depraved, but I'd bet it happens.) The only solution, of course, would be registering to vote each time, via password. This would eliminate self-votes as well as multiple votes. (No need to register for comments) Thus, a breakdown of 'who voted how' could be easily displayed. The end result would be higher score, fewer votes, and more comments. Myself, I have come to value comments much more highly than votes, anyway.
Paul Robinson - June 15, 2004 - Report this comment
Thanks, Rod. It's not so much that they are doing it . It's that whoever is doing this "4-2-3" thing obviously thinks (or thought) they were being real slick and sly. Figured nobody would notice or would be reluctant to question or comment on it. But they didn't count on me. Of course you are completely correct on your points and I know that. I don't advocate all the fuss necessary to implement any sort of policing system. The lower average doesn't bother me as much as someone thinking they are getting over on us. (although, yes, the lowering of average does annoy me, especially when I first catch a glimpse when I access my work - sometimes I get right over it. Sometimes I don't , sometimes I write a parody to express myself (like tonight, for instance: PLUG ALERT!! PLUG ALERT! - I have submitted a parody tomorrow for my(our) new friend "4-2-3"). Now, I like BOTH the votes and the COMMENTS. A good comment brings an extra smile (or grimace, as the case may be), and that is definitely a bonus to writing and posting these things.

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