This video is NSFW. So don’t watch it at work. WATCH IT AT THE BARBECUE! Headphones UP. Eyephones UP.

Let’s be honest, this song/video probably would have qualified as a Spring Jam after the first minute. Repetitive amateur vocals about discount chain superstore over thumping Hustle and Flow living room beat, all to a backdrop of booty dancers in a parking lot is classic spring jam material. But it was the song’s/video’s surprising turn at the 2 minute mark which saw the women putting underwear on OVER their shorts and booty dancing in the aisles while Mr. Ghetto (right) “rapped” about their personal hygiene that really took the whole thing to the next level and made this a spring we would never forget! Spring 201111111! (Thanks for the tip, DuskyPanther.)

Comments (43)
  1. Azz Everywhere!

  2. I’m waiting for the slightly more upscale “Target” song, thank you.

  3. How come when they do this dance at Wal-Mart, we celebrate them, but when I do the same dance in front of Orange Julius I’m escorted out of the mall and asked politely to never come back?

  4. Sorry, Mr. Ghetto, but if you want us to believe that you’ve ever actually been successful in meeting a girl in Wal-Mart, you shouldn’t imply that they keep their bodies clean. Or that meeting a girl in Wal-Mart is in any way a good idea. In fact, I’m not even sure Mr. Ghetto’s ever actually been to a Wal-Mart.

  5. This was already a trend back in the 30′s, before Wallmarts even existed :

  6. She buyin’ Summer’s Eve! She buyin’ Massengil!

    When Mr. Ghetto hits the club, it’s vinegar and water shots for everyone.

  7. My favorite part was when they were at Walmart.

  8. I would post a daggering gif from the Major Lazer music video, but it was removed from my photobucket account for being too inappropriate for photobucket.

    BUT. Because it’s a terrible rap video, I will always be prepared to post this good ol’ standby:

  9. Unfortunately they didn’t have enough money in their budget to have the dancers grind up on the senior citizen Wal-Mart greeter.

  10. The market for twerk-ready video vixens may be bullish today, but I fear the bursting of the twerk bubble.

  11. You know that strange effect when you hear a word repeatedly and it loses all meaning? I have that but for lady’s bottoms.

  12. I am the woman at 3:57, resting her feet and pressing her hand against her temple.

  13. Someone please tell me if this video is appropriate for when you are doing freelance work, so don’t have coworkers and such making it inappropriate, but because you don’t have the Internet, you are at the library.

  14. The security guard most definitely uttered the phrase “I don’t get paid enough for this shit” all day long.

  15. I can’t tell which I am more excited about: the fact that he celebrates her welfare card or the fact that it is called The Louisiana Purchase card. And they said government officials weren’t witty.

  16. Proof that the world IS ending May 21, 2011.

  17. Regarding their Louisiana Purchase cards: Were they in the amount of $15 apiece, and is it safe to assume those were the bouncy ladies’ compensation?

  18. At this point, I wouldn’t be surprised if this was created with hopes that it would go viral and attract negative or ironic attention of the internet masses.

  19. Oh, dear. I was in this exact Walmart yesterday.

  20. I don’t know why but this is really hard to watch. As in, I keep having to pause it and scroll down every 20 seconds or so for a quick break. Alright, I am really gonna try and finish it this time.

  21. I can’t believe it was only 4 minutes long. Couldn’t they have stretched those lyrics and dance moves for another two verses at least? I just wanted it to be long enough for my brain to shut down so I wouldn’t have to remember what I just watched.

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