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    What did the Fox say?

    Anyone seen this video? Google The Fox or What did the Fox say? 90 million views. Imo it's breathtakingly brilliant. Sometimes the best ideas are the simplest ones. This is Shakespeare, I think.

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    It's spectacular in its stupidity.

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    I prefer this one though.

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    She says how are you doing?

    I would have liked it better in my younger days when more nonsensical stuff was funny etc to me. I mean I used to watch Beavis and Butthead and Ren and Stimpy the 90s versions of all the nonsense cartoons of today.
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    I heard, but I dunno if its true, that this song is a joke. The only reason it was created was to see if a really stupid song could be popular. Did anyone else hear that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Divia View Post
    I heard, but I dunno if its true, that this song is a joke. The only reason it was created was to see if a really stupid song could be popular. Did anyone else hear that.

    I love this song - the video is awesome too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Divia View Post
    I heard, but I dunno if its true, that this song is a joke. The only reason it was created was to see if a really stupid song could be popular. Did anyone else hear that.
    It's a song promoting a comedy groups upcoming variety show season so yes it is/was.
    One Gum Drop to rule them all, One Gum Drop to find them,
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    I love it. It reminds me of Tom Green.
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    I suppose that's the curse/blessing of having written 1,200 episodes of television for children over three decades -- I've never really grown up and I still like simple and silly things.

    If it's a joke then I think it's a pretty good one because it makes me smile. I kind of put it in the category of Gangnam Style. For me, things don't always have to make sense. And like it or not, I think the beat is catchy.

    Quote Originally Posted by wyldman11 View Post
    She says how are you doing?

    I would have liked it better in my younger days when more nonsensical stuff was funny etc to me. I mean I used to watch Beavis and Butthead and Ren and Stimpy the 90s versions of all the nonsense cartoons of today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heeeere's Olesker! View Post
    I suppose that's the curse/blessing of having written 1,200 episodes of television for children over three decades -- I've never really grown up and I still like simple and silly things.

    If it's a joke then I think it's a pretty good one because it makes me smile. I kind of put it in the category of Gangnam Style. For me, things don't always have to make sense. And like it or not, I think the beat is catchy.
    It's funny I will bust out in nonsense rhymes like Lewis Carrol now and then, but for some reason I just can't get much into the cartoons like that for some reason. Which is fine, I get into plenty of childlike things without it.
    One Gum Drop to rule them all, One Gum Drop to find them,
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    As the father of a fourteen, eleven and five-year old, I've probably spent waaaaaaaay too much time with good Dr. Seuss.

    Quote Originally Posted by wyldman11 View Post
    It's funny I will bust out in nonsense rhymes like Lewis Carrol now and then, but for some reason I just can't get much into the cartoons like that for some reason. Which is fine, I get into plenty of childlike things without it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heeeere's Olesker!:3345177
    Anyone seen this video? Google The Fox or What did the Fox say? 90 million views. Imo it's breathtakingly brilliant. Sometimes the best ideas are the simplest ones. This is Shakespeare, I think.
    I heard this song as well. The first time I listened to it, I burst out laughing!! Its simple yet creative in its silly way. As the saying goes, you start to really get old once you completely lose your childhood. Liking even the silliest of things still keeps us young at heart. There's an X-men parody of it (What Wolverine says) thats pretty funny too!
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    Eloquently said.


    EDIT: And with 90 million views in a month and three days, ranked #9 on iTunes' Top Ten list one week after release and ending up #8 on the Billboard Top Hot 100, I'm thinking these guys have done something right. But then again, what does iTunes and Billboard know?

    Quote Originally Posted by Count Judas View Post
    I heard this song as well. The first time I listened to it, I burst out laughing!! Its simple yet creative in its silly way. As the saying goes, you start to really get old once you completely lose your childhood. Liking even the silliest of things still keeps us young at heart. There's an X-men parody of it (What Wolverine says) thats pretty funny too!
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    what does iTunes and Billboard know?
    Have you heard today's music?

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    I saw him at my work this morning and tried asking but he ran off.

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    But really heard this song a couple weeks ago and thought it was pretty funny!
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    As I said, I'm father of a fourteen, eleven and five year old -- so yeah.

    Look, you're preaching to the choir here, but my parents used to say the same thing about the Stones, the Beatles, Hendrix and Joplin.

    Actually, I find some of this generation's music pretty darn good.

    Quote Originally Posted by BCreviews4628 View Post
    Have you heard today's music?

    EDIT: I guess we HAD to know this was coming:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_R8XrehV9w
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    I still love this song.....

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