Confession Friday: I love Carly Rae Jepson’s, Call Me Maybe.
But even more so, I love parodies of Carly Rae Jepson’s Call Me Maybe.
So I’m totally a teeny bopper at heart. I love their music. Secretly. Sort of. This summer, Brian, who rarely spends a lot of time in a vehicle with me–you know other than weekends traipsing for hours around the vast Chicago suburbs…(Seriously–it takes an hour for us to get to his mom’s house)–put a limit on the number of times we could listen to Carly Rae in a 24 hour sleep cycle.
That number was:
Just once. I had to be cautious as to whether I wanted to jam out on the way to someplace or after someplace. And if we were out somewhere and heard it, then I wouldn’t be able to play it on the way home! Oh the sadness!
Anyways. Parodies. The reason for this post. (And the reason that my boyfriend may just stop reading the blog that he FINALLY just started reading…)
I’ve gone ahead and included all of my favorites. Because they are rockin’ hilarious. And I need to make you laugh. And I’m too busy to write a huge long post, I’ve got McDonald’s Monopoly to win, new books to read (Hello JK Rowling grown up book), and, I mean come on, guys, I did just start a new job!
So here you go. In all their glory. I give you the best parodies on the interwebs:
NFL Replacement Refs–This One’s For YOU
Okay, this one too…
Then there’s the subject of school lunches…
And the obvious important zombie tribute…
While I’m not in my thirties yet, I’m awfully close!
And my personal favorite, (Mostly because I really understand where he’s coming from…)
Anyone willing to share cookies (or brownies) with this Cookie Monster–I love snacks!
The runners up were the United States Olympic Swimming Team Lip Sync, Call Me Lochte, Biebs and friends, and Jimmy Fallon with Carly Rae.
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