Baby. Got. Back to work, everybody, it’s Tuesday morning! Hahaha. Ahh. Too funny. But to be serious for a moment, today we continue in our very fun succession of days of guest writers with a brand new guest writer! He is going to introduce himself in a bit, so relax and hold your horses, but also get psyched! Until then, though, can we go back to this video? Sometimes you think the Internet has already given all it can give and is merely going to produce copies of copies of copies until we all sadly forget there was ever a time when life wasn’t viral video parody and meme-based, and then you find a supercut of movies “singing” Sir Mix-A-Lot’s “Baby Got Back” and you enjoy it. And then you just don’t know what to think! (Via RatsOff!)

Comments (16)
  1. Once upon a time, a man named Jonathan Coulton did a sensitive acoustic cover of Baby Got Back. After that, all other versions are unnecessary.

  2. I believe they sing the entire thing int he brilliant art house film Gigli. I’m not even going to click play because I already know that it’s just a link to the entire film Gigli, which would be why everyone found it so enjoyable. Man, what a great film. My favourite.

    • I watch it while editing my Xanth fanfiction.

      • Haha, I would comment on that, but I’m embarassed to admit that I know enough about Xanth to comment.

        • I believe you’re the very food item that named me prez of the Xanth fanclub in the first place. Strangely, about a month later I googled Xanth and discovered that I actually have read one of those books. I had forgotten all about that shameful incident until you were UNkind enough to remind me.

          • You know what’s worse? Having LOVED those books as a child, and then getting older and realizing how terrible those books were, just a perfect storm of terrible humor and rampant misogyny.

  3. it lacks the raw emotion that Sir Mix-a-Lot puts into it.

  4. Got back from where? Where was she? #dadjokes

  5. “Oh, my God” — Gretchen Wieners, Mean Girls
    “Becky” — Dr. Miles Bennell, Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956)
    “Look at her” — Shelly, Evil Dead
    “Butt.” – Robby, Me and You and Everyone We Know

  6. I REFUSE TO WATCH THIS!!!! I’m just over super-cuts. Am I allowed to be over super-cuts?! Cause I am.

  7. How do people even make these things?!?!?!

    • I figure there must be people who trade scripts online (the 21st century equivalent of those photocopied scripts you still see on the streets of NYC.) From there, assembling your supercut is just a matter of doing a text search and then torrenting all the movies you need. But, I have almost no direct knowledge of the torrenting/trading scene so I could be wrong.


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