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Musical chairs is serious business, kiddo.

Minnie's just ultra-competitive since she's tired of constantly living in the shadow of that two-timing Mickey.; especially after she caught him that one night in a seedy motel room in bed with Daisy Duck...and Goofy.

It's just a concussion and a couple cracked vertebrae, kid. Walk it off.


While there's no shortage of parodies for Gotye's hit, "Somebody That I Used To Know," you shouldn't underestimate the power of the Force when it comes to putting a new and poignant twist on them.

This brilliantly-produced video will leave you wondering what's worse; Midi-chlorians, Battle Droid armies, Gungans, and plots revolving around trade disputes, or just the idea of a naked George Lucas rocking artsy body paint.

For the Peterson Farm Brothers from Kansas, agriculture is serious and sexy business. Now, thanks to LMFAO's ubiquitous (and regularly-parodied) hit, they can show all those coastal folk what business is really going down in the flyover states.

They won't hesitate to bring all the ladies for a roll in the hay so that they can get their corn shucked.

Dubstep A Capella Impression

Posted June 26, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

This guy didn't even need to press play on a MacBook to make this hard-pumping, bass-dropping music come to life.

Perhaps this proves that door is open in the genre for the likes of guys like Bobby McFerrin of "Don't Worry, Be Happy" fame and Michael Winslow from the Police Academy movies to hit the clubs armed with a mic and the ability to make drunk, ecstasy-riddled people gyrate frantically.

The world would have been a much different place if people were able to get their music fix with merely a 5.25 floppy disk.

Sure, it would have just been crappy MIDI sounds, but in those days, people (well, geeky people) would have took anything they could get. However, the result, would have been even more legally-embattled music sites and possibly a lot of innocent people serving hard time in prison for downloading Huey Lewis and the News.


Insane Clown Posse Take Over Fresh Ink Online! »

Legendary hard rockin’ Detroit hip hop duo Insane Clown Posse have kidnapped host Blair Butler and taken over Fresh Ink Online!!! Well, not really…but Blair is out this week and ICP stopped by to hijack the show, along with some select G4 staffers who pick their favorite comics of the week. So dig reviews of the new Batman, Spider-Men, the debut of The Massive, and Manga favorite Cain Saga. Make sure to check out Insane Clown Posse’s new album The Mighty Death Pop, out on August 14 on Psychopathic Records, or head over to their annual Gathering of The Juggalos August 8th –12th.

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Nailed It!: Lady Gaga Fan Art

Posted June 22, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

Nailed It!: Lady Gaga Fan Art

On the left is a photo of Lady Gaga. On the right is a drawing of some kind of bizarre, snarling creature that, upon encountering it in the wild, makes you want to "po-po-po-poke her face" with a stick to get her the hell away from you.

That "little monster" looks like it eats baby brains for breakfast.


Warning: Bad Language.

This remix of Quentin Tarantino's seminal 1994 film Pulp Fiction shows that despite its scattered narrative, it would have made one hell of a musical.

So, sit down, chomp on a "tasty burger" and don't you dare say "what" again while you enjoy this amazing video.

A set of glasses filled with water (or perhaps, polyjuice potion,) a fan, and a grill are all this talented player needs to transport you to the magical, mystical halls of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

The chiming reverberations will instantly help you think back to the good old days when Harry, Ron, and Hermione were just children learning magic tricks, before all the death, destruction, and sister-boinking that would ensue.

Kurt Cobain Should Have Tweeted More

Sure, when Kurt Cobain passed away over 18 years ago, the Internet was mostly associated with the ear-piercing ring of a 14.4k dial-up modem and the sound of the AOL guy saying "you've got mail," but the Nirvana frontman should have had enough foresight to establish a larger social media presence, despite the concept not existing yet.

That's why, according this Justin Bieber fan, her idol is "much bigger" than the late Cobain.

**Leaves computer to vomit**


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