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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by eddyabs, Jul 25, 2008.
Funny, yet awful, all at the same time!
What what, in the butt...
I guess I won't ever get those three minutes and 48 seconds back huh? :biggrin1:
I like the Butters version so much better. :tongue:
What the fuck? Did I fall into a time warp? I feel like I'm watching a BAD Michael Jackson video, minus the rhythm. Butters' rap was more in-synch than this clown's. He's the most rhythmically challenged black man I've seen since Bill Cosby, and he was SOO campy and corny, trying way too hard to be sexy. And who the flying fuck chose that God-awful wardrobe? Why do some gay men think they're a Britney Spears reincarnate?
was that a joke!
No, it was a sorry ass parody. That guy has a few videos and is another case of someone thinking that having a camcorder makes you an artist. He had an interview on his page that I sat through and it confirmed my belief that he's another youtube talentless hack that rode the coattails of something popular (south park).
That thing is so old.
Yeah I saw the date. Hopefully the guy who filmed it realized that he's not really talented and stopped making vids. Fucking AWFUL.
As much as I love the original by Samwell, I also like his other song, I have to say that the Butters versioni literally made me drop a deuce in my trousers* it was so funny.
*Okay not really, but my stomach totally got sore from laughing so hard.
thats just.... *sigh*
adding more fuel to the youtube gay flamers. *not to be confused with flaming gays*
YouTube - Butters - What What (In the Butt) hight quality
The Butters version.
thats just stupid
is this actually a song someone did and if so who?
and why couldn't it be like Chris Brown or Mario.
Corrected for accuracy.
*imagines chris brown singing that song*
Chris Brown has no butt to "what what" in.:biggrin1:
Ah, you forget Don "No Soul" Simmons!
with cameo by B.B. King and Roxie Roker
^^*Dies on floor of heart attack due to over exhaustive laughter*
Amazon Women on the Moon was my favorite movie of all time for a while. My favorite part was when they had the in-home credit check machine. Classic.