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Crowdsourcing something fun
RE: Crowdsourcing something fun
#26
For Psychostick, they've got a lot of fun stuff, but my favourites are Obey the Beard (also my headcanon Armsmaster theme song,) This Is Not A Song, It's a Sandwich, and Sadface :(
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RE: Crowdsourcing something fun
#27
Gah. It's a "YouTube is blocked" day at work today. Gonna have to wait until I get home to listen, because I also forgot to bring my cellphone to work. (For the first time in, like, forever.)
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RE: Crowdsourcing something fun
#28
Going in another direction entirely, I think the various songs written by Mercedes Lackey deserve consideration. Not just the various songs from/about Velgarth, but songs like "Eumenides", "Jirel of Jorey", and "Signy Mallory". "Of Cabbages" deserves special mention as well ("I grow the best damn cabbages you ever hope to see, and once upon a moonstruck night I watched the dancing Sidhe.").

EDIT: Forgot to mention "Minus Ten and Counting", the lyrics of which were also written by Lackey.
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RE: Crowdsourcing something fun
#29
(blows dust off thread)

Maybe Usagi can find a few of the sillier parody songs on the iPod, and try to sing them all the way through without giggling at them. (As to "which parody songs", well... somebody in the multiverse must have recorded this one by now, and getting the rights couldn't be easier. Smile )
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RE: Crowdsourcing something fun
#30
Oh dear god.

<grin>
-- Bob

I have been Roland, Beowulf, Achilles, Gilgamesh, Clark Kent, Mary Sue, DJ Croft, Skysaber.  I have been 
called a hundred names and will be called a thousand more before the sun grows dim and cold....

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RE: Crowdsourcing something fun
#31
Simply for the sake of including Flail Snails in Doug's list of simulacra, I must approve of this plan.
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