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Song Parodies -> "Under-Dressed"

Original Song Title:

"Be Our Guest"

Original Performer:

Beauty And The Beast

Parody Song Title:

"Under-Dressed"

Parody Written by:

Guy DiRito

The Lyrics

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All Hail for underwear tales, it is with the briefest snide and wear of leasure that I welcome you to sights of folks not quite all dressed up to the max. Let us pull some underwear as fruit of the loom® and others welcome you and proudly present this skinner.


She's undressed! she's undressed! saw her cervix throught her nest, [1]
Lie a napkin on your deck, Britney - Not quite inside that dress.
Le grande tour, Got lost your drawers? Why we cannot help observe.
Her displayed muff It's pornicious - Just like Eveie, she's a Mrs.
No G-string, not a chance - Where'd she leave her underpants?
All the squinters there are having an eye fest.
She don't withhold what men view, that's a glance of end view.
She's not dressed, See her nest, under-dressed!

Under-roos
Where are they?
Why it must be her wash day.

Saddam's pair of underwear, a pictionary brief display,[2]
The world shown under weared, get a blanket PLEASE don't share!
Fruit of loomy, are they Hanes'® things - or plain underwear type training?
Not a hoax, not a trick, just a fellow in his knicks.
With the all elastic waist, in the gazette,
Some say the pics were crass, they covered up his ass,
It was the less, he could dress, naked hiney make me stressed,
Under-dressed, Under-dressed, Under-dressed!

Under-dressed, Under-dressed! [3]
Cuba Gooding's undie test, he did say to Michael hey,
Thanks, by the way, these feel the best.
Jordan's stead with a group, does not hear and Cuba's duped.
Cuba yells another liner, got your undies on my hiner.
Now he's forked, ladies reel; What did Cuba just reveal?
Hey are these two guys both roomies who digress?
Now think you speak before, you talk about your drawers.
Just a test, who'd a guessed, now they're messed!

How's she dressed? How's she dressed? [4]
Nude she drives, cops want arrest.
Chasin' Ford, she's got it floored,
She's wearin' bare skin quite undressed.
She a flirt? She a sleaze?
Can she steer and do strip tease?
While the cops cars go bloo-bloo-ing
Looks like troubling's in the doing.
Cracked out whore, high on pot.
Dead end makes this girl get caught.
Preen her up! They want her clothed for thee arrest.
She fights them like a shrew, She gets a lump or two,
She's nude, get dressed,
She's undressed, She's not dressed, get her dressed!
Under-dressed, Under-dressed, Under-dressed!

Live in briefs he's surfing, [5]
Homer Simpson, we're observing.
On patrol for donut holes for munching on,
He will eat and graze; He gets a snootful...
Sullenly his junk food craze is gone,
His rear seems it's busting,
Eating in his briefs disgusting.
Gained an extra size, his pants he over-fills,
Heard say he ate three dozen White Castles®.
Tasty, fatty, nasty,
He weighed in and gained so vastly.

They undress, they undress,
Oui madame at our request.
Their careers are showing everyone their rears.
They express, as they peel, your at ease,
While they're doing their strip tease,
When the membership start growing,
As they show you their belowing.
Drawers hit floors, fun is fun,
All wiped out, you're out of ones.
It's because you love to peep, you re-invest.
Delightful as you heat up, now you got your wheat up.
Under-dressed, Under-dressed, Under-dressed!
They're under-dressed.


1] Click here to see Britney.

[2] Click here to see Saddam.

[3] Click here for Hanes® commercial referenced in this parody.

[4] Click here to see naked police chase.

[5] Click here to see Homer.

Or here to see Homer.

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Pacing: 5.0
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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 20

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Guy - November 19, 2007 - Report this comment
For some unknown reason footnotes 1, 2 and the first part of 5 are not linking to where they should. I have an email in to ChuckyG to find out why they didn't work as expected. I tested them out in preview mode and they all worked fine. Sorry for the SNAFU.
John Barry - November 19, 2007 - Report this comment
This is a beaut!
Red Ant - November 19, 2007 - Report this comment
Congrats on becoming a member of the Big 7 club, Guy! Outstanding syllable matching throughout, and you did it to the longer and seldom parodied Broadway version of BOG, no less. 555.
Jack Wilson - November 19, 2007 - Report this comment
That was awesome! and great links. 5s
alvin - November 19, 2007 - Report this comment
i'm glad i took a peek
AFW - November 19, 2007 - Report this comment
Great nudescasting, here...You could replace Brian Williams on NBC Nudes
Rick C - November 19, 2007 - Report this comment
A fine job on an oft-parodied gem. I'll have to give it 555-7734.
Guy - November 19, 2007 - Report this comment
John - Thanks

Red Ant - I'm proud to be a member of such a fine establishment. Thanks.

Jack - Glad you liked the links that worked. Thanks

AFW 'Nudescasting' HA I like that! And between you and me one of Don B's hits could replace Brian Williams and the ratings would probably go up.

Rick - I see you got my number. You wanna be a wize-guy? I'll talk to Don B. He likes guys with smarts.

ChuckyG very graciously replied to my email. I will quote what he told me. And ChuckyG thanks for getting back to me pronto on this and I can understand how nothing electronic is perfect. We are fortunate to have a webmaster as good as you. ChuckyG's explanation:

I didn't edit them, there appears to be a space in there. I know I have some code in place for inserting spaces in the messages when a line is too long. Not sure if it's in place on the parody submission tool as well.

The preview is not 100% accurate, though I do try to make sure it will be.

Numbers 3 and 4 were absolutely necessary especially for readers overseas which probably would not see US commercials and all the shows we have here. So I'm not all that upset about the others. If anyone wants the failed URLS to view just leave a comment and I'll provide them. They are nothing spectacular. If you've seen Britney sitting crosslegged in the car with that shirt for a dress she was wearing and a Gazette front page of Saddam in his skivvies then this is what you've missed.
MrMacphisto - November 19, 2007 - Report this comment
Ok... I know I've called it twice already, but this really is my favorite of the day. Next time, I won't call it until I'm done reading all of the day's. There were so many great ones today. Anyway, you really earned three 5's with this one.
John Jenkins - November 19, 2007 - Report this comment
Very well done, Guy. Excellent lines all the way though, particularly the "belowing" line. On my first read, I thought the "think you speak before," was forced, and maybe it is, but on the second read, I appreciated the humorous wordplay at work. And congrats for earning your place in the Big 7 Club.
stuart mcarthur - November 20, 2007 - Report this comment
excellent addition to the BOG canon, Guy - the OS provides such a great rhythm doesn't it? - Spaff claims this is the best OS for showing off parodic skills, and I agree - welcome to the Big 7 club - who is next? who is next? be our guest - 555
Dee Range - November 20, 2007 - Report this comment
Fantastic write, Guy. I agree with what Stu said about what Spaff said....I liked this as much as any you've done, and that says a lot. Highest 5's
Phil Alexander - November 20, 2007 - Report this comment
:-D
I like BOG parodies - there's something in the original word patterns that draws (so to speak.. but IIRC "drawers" is not a bit of US slang, so there's a bit of wordplay that'll go unnoticed. sigh.) a good parody out of nearly all who try - and this is definitely no exception: loved the Homer verse most.

PS.. security code "69M" - ISTM that would have been more appropriate on one or two of the other parodies today ;-)
Guy - November 22, 2007 - Report this comment
MrMacphisto - There surely were a lot of great writes on this day. Glad you liked mine best - Thanks

Thanks JJ - That line plays right if you put the stress and accent in the correct place and by not pausing from the preceeding line. Glad you re-read and caught that.

Stu - ChuckyG was curious about the Big 7 so I pointed him to the messageboard thread. I think he may want to make it sort of official on the site. And thanks for mentioning the big 7 to me. The challenge made me do two writes which I never thought I'd ever do. This one and BBTL. BBTL was actually a piece of cake - I was so surprised since I'd wanted to do that one for years. It was a big hit when I was in Japan and brings back found memories.

Dee - I have to agree with you, Stu & Spaff. I'd never given that kind of thought to this but now I see how true that is. Thanks.

Phil - Is the word "drawers" some kind of British slang? I found this on the subject of drawers on the internet. Can't confirm that it is accurate but it is something.

Q.: Where did the word drawers come from in relation to underpants or knickers?
A.: Sometime during the 16th century, drawers came to be associated with undergarments. A drawer is something that's literally pulled out. The use of the term is based on the French word "tiroir" (drawer), which was similarly derived from the verb "tirer" (to pull). The same basic notion underlies the usage of drawers to represent knickers, which were originally "garment pulled on."

Apparently it became part of the English vernacular in the 1500s so it has been about for quite some time.
Smeg And The Heads - December 07, 2007 - Report this comment
Very good. I hope one day I will be able to parody this monster of an OS. Until then, I have writes like yours as an example of how it should be done.
littleCupCakes - December 14, 2007 - Report this comment
555: ~ Vive la Lingerie de Paris ~ even on Brittney!
Peter Andersson - December 15, 2007 - Report this comment
SOTM - You dressed this parody in extensive parody clothing.
Agrimorfee - December 20, 2007 - Report this comment
(SOTM) Delightfully lacy under-thing.
Matthias - December 20, 2007 - Report this comment
-Originality (B): There's a lot of parodies about indecent exposure, expecially nowadays with Britney and Paris and everything else, and the song was one that has been a bit far too many times in my opinion, but other than that it was a pretty good parody. -Pacing: (A): Spot-On. You rhymed like every word, so there's no way that anybody could smite this on pacing, unless they're looking at the movie version of the song, which is better in my opinion than the Broadway version. -Comedy: (B+): As I said the indecent exposure thing has been done a lot, but any parody that included Homer Simpson gets high marks in my book. -Overall (B+): A pretty decent parody, very funny, pacing was incredibly perfect. Only two complaints the idea was kinda used up, and the original song is getting annoying because of how many times it's being used. Other than that a pretty bang-up job.
Guy - December 20, 2007 - Report this comment
Matt - Thank you for your very honest and fair review. I only wrote this parody because it was the only one of ChuckyG's "BIG-7" that I had not written. I had a choice of this or "Blinded by the Bytes" for this comp and since Stu took 53 days to write his BBTL parody I did not wish to compete with him since I wrote my BBTL in three hours. This one took a wee bit longer - like about 5 hours in all. As long as I have something half way decent to use for competition I am just happy to be part of the fun. I am quite happy with my writting and if I win something then that is just a bit of extra gravy. Merry Christmas my friend.
Max Power - December 25, 2007 - Report this comment
Good
Smeg And The Heads - December 27, 2007 - Report this comment
(SOTM) Comment above
Jason - December 27, 2007 - Report this comment
(SOTM) Nice
stuart mcarthur - December 29, 2007 - Report this comment
(SOTM) see above, and as I said huge kudos for the astonishing speed with which you're able to toss these epics out, Guy - and I loved the title sub (those things are often the hardest parts to get, for me at least) - excellent wordplay too
Below Average Dave (badave.com) - December 30, 2007 - Report this comment
(SOTM And this is why I will not likely be targeting the "Big 7" any time soon. . .It is so targetted, and so many times, but this--like many other Contest aimed songs this month, was very well done.
bobpiecheese - December 30, 2007 - Report this comment
(SOTM) Could've done without the links at the bottom (thankfully my curiosity was saved my my internet stuffing up), but otherwise excellent job, Mr. DiRitos!
Kristof Robertson - December 30, 2007 - Report this comment
(SOTM) Major effort here, Guy....great rhyming, consistently good humour, and lovely wordsmithery. Good job getting this into SOTM before the BOG backlash truly starts. 555+
Mikey Squirrel - December 30, 2007 - Report this comment
SOTM- Yea most of those links did not take me anywhere. But you definitely did not need it. This wa very funny and well done, Guy.
Jeff Reuben - December 31, 2007 - Report this comment
Great job here on one of the big 7!
Jack Wilson - December 31, 2007 - Report this comment
See above!
Matthias - June 12, 2008 - Report this comment
A nice amount of research went into this parody if you had time to link to all of those sites, so I have to give you props for that at least. Although I'm getting really freakin' tired of this original song it was still a worthy contender in this ABC-U Round, as well as the earlier SOTM. I think what I said before is pretty much all I can say, because I really went in on detail when I was critiquing this last time.
UnKnownVotrix - June 12, 2008 - Report this comment
Sir Guy, Le ~Duke o'UnderWhere~ Although it be a tad unSavory, it has many cute & innovative lines: "UnderRoos " sounds like Aussie RooWear?? I don't know if they use Kanga hides in Austrailia ?!??
Guy - June 12, 2008 - Report this comment
M'lady -it doth sound a bit Aussie but rememberance of past events in video media advertising, Underoo hype erstwhile 10 -12 years ago is what the reference of the Underoos is meant to portray . Wikipedia has this to say about the Underoo phenomenon of yesteryear:

"Underoos are a brand of underwear for children, produced by the Fruit of the Loom company. The packages include a matching top and bottom for either boys or girls, featuring a character from popular entertainment media, especially superhero comics, animated programs, and fantasy/science fiction. In many cases, the garment mimics the distinctive costume of the character, encouraging the wearer to pretend to be the character. In others it features an image of the character and/or logo on the undershirt."

But what the heck, I'm sure kangeroos could use some new underwear anyway. Maybe Stu or Pippin can shed light on this?
Guy - June 13, 2008 - Report this comment
Matt - I used up all my other U's in comps and this is all I had left and no ideas for something else. I don't expect any win here but I just like to get my stuff as much exposure as possible. I originally wrote this to qualify as a "Big 7" author. I will most likely be a "one hit wonder" for me because I seriously doubt I'd try it again. Thanks.

About Mikey's comment above: Those links were tested out in the pre-screening before submission and they all worked. I think I know why some of them failed and I will try to avoid that in the future if I am right, that is. So please bear with the failed links. It wasn't due to carelessness.
Lady-ROO-cakes - June 13, 2008 - Report this comment
Sir Guy, I thank thee for educating me about UnderRoos; it being a subset of Fruit of the Loom. . . it's such a cute word; I thought that it was one or 'your own' creations! And Sir, I appreciate your research on the description of such.
Agrimorfee - June 23, 2008 - Report this comment
(ABC4) Glad I got to read this again...what makes this stand out is the research that got put into it, and not just utilizing the obvious jokes.
Guy - June 23, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks Agri - I figured since this was for the Big-7 title - (it was the last one on the list and probably the only one I'll ever write) I decided that it would be done to the best of my ability. The only SNAFU is the links that didn't work even though I thoroughly tested them in the preview mode on the submissions page. Thanks for taking note of the research that went into this - most people would not have noticed.
bobpiecheese - June 24, 2008 - Report this comment
(ABC4-U) Hang on, I already commented on this one? It was in the SOTM? Damn, I have a bad memory. At least I can remember to wear my underpants...sometimes :P.
Red Ant - June 25, 2008 - Report this comment
A masterful write with a lot of research and humor, and it deserves all the praise it has received. And see above!
Below Average Dave - June 25, 2008 - Report this comment
(ABC) I think this one took on a huge song with a not so huge topic, so I applaud you on the obvious amount of work that went into it. I can't say that I laughed as much as I had hoped I would--but then that could be just that I've seen my share of this song as well. . still very good though.

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