Listen To This Metal Song On How To Make A Funfetti Birthday Cake

Remember Linzey Rae, the angel with the demon voice who learned us how to make shepherd’s pie? I’m gonna assume you said yes, but if you said no, HERE is a refresher. Now she’s back with a new metal song on how to make birthday cake. It is a real delight provided you like screaming. Which I do. It’s one of the few joys I have left in this life. Right up there with this scalp massager I got from a kiosk at the mall and bossing around the cats when my mom’s not home.

Written by Brittany High, IncredibleThings


Kate Upton & Snoop Dogg Team Up for Hot Pockets Music Video


In the last few years, Kate Upton has been in practically everything. The model, and sometimes actress, has almost become a household name with her commercials, magazine covers and movie appearances.

Hot Pockets, in their latest marketing campaign, just released a video starring (surprise surprise) Kate Upton herself. And you know what? It’s not that bad, entertaining even. “You Got What I Eat” is a direct spoof of Biz Markie’s classic hit “Just a Friend.” The spoof plays up the battle between Hot Pocket’s “meat” and crust” in a cheesy 90s-esque music video. Also starring Snoop Lion Snoop Dogg, the clip features cameos from Larry King, Bow Wow, Oliver Cooper, YouTube sensation Kevin “KevJumba” Wu and features the voice of none other than the Clown Prince of Hip-Hop Biz Markie himself.

Overall, it’s a hilarious mash up of characters, flying sheep, rainbows, and  gratuitous shots of food porn.

So what do you guys think? Does it measure up to Biz Markie’s original song and video?

As for me? I know it’s already gonna be stuck in my head all day.

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New Oreo Campaign Proves Owl City Can Actually Write Something Sappier than ‘Fireflies’


Singer-songwriter Adam Young is too precious for this world. While the rest of us seethe through rush hour and knock back coffee beans brewed blacker than our souls, Young (better known for his stage name “Owl City”) is just sitting here, singing about the three little pigs and just sounding all-around better-adjusted than the rest of the general population.

What a dick.

Following the success of 2009’s “Fireflies,” Owl City is back to haunt our ever-bitter eardrums for Oreo’s new “Wonderfilled” multimedia campaign. The new 90-second animated spot has Young asking what the world might be like if someone would just share Oreos with monsters, whether sharks would befriend seals, whether vampires would drink milk instead of blood.

Because “crème does wondrous things inside a chocolate sandwich dream.” Yes really.


The idea is that for the past hundred years, Oreos have represented nothing if not childhood delight and wonder, but the simple truth is that it’s just. too. cute. — even coming from someone who once bragged about getting “a thousand hugs from ten thousand lightning bugs.”

The campaign will also have people breaking into song all over the country, kicking off today with a New York event featuring 500 a cappella singers sharing Oreos with the friendliest commuters in the world during rush hour, and culminating in a group sing-along in Union Square. The tour will then continue through Chicago on May 16 and Los Angeles on May 17, according to a press release.

It’s a bit sad to realize that if we lived in happier times, a song about the Big Bad Wolf being BFFs with the three little pigs wouldn’t be nearly as off-putting.  But no. It’s 2013, folks, so you can just  take your happiness and good vibes and shove them up your —

Check out the anthem’s syrupy lyrics for yourself below, and try not to choke on those dry Oreos you’re eating. Or you know, do.

“Wonder if I gave an Oreo
to The Big Bad Wolf
How would the story go?
Would he still go huff & puff?
Or would he bring those pigs cool stuff
To decorate the deck he helped them build?
Would they not get killed?

Wonder if I gave an Oreo
To a vampire in a creepy show
Would he not act so undead?
Would he thirst for milk instead?
I’ve just got this feeling that it might work out all right

‘Cause crème does wondrous things inside a chocolate sandwich dream

If I gave them to great white sharks, would they share them with baby seals?
Would they call up a giant squid for a friendly meal?

Wonder if I gave an Oreo
Wonder if I gave an Oreo
What if I gave an Oreo to you?”

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The Pizza Robot Song is Five and A Half Minutes of Cheesy Hypnotizing Awesome

I’d be lying if I said I didn’t just spend the past 10 minutes of my life listening to this song on repeat and indulging in everything that makes the internet, the internet.

(Spoilers: it doesn’t change, ever. No, really.)

Truth be told, I’m a little scared. There’s something freakishly addicting about a black P-hatted robot with red blinking eyes singing the word “pizza” over and over again over a catchy beat. Is this how Skynet eventually takes over?

Really though, a special thanks to the video’s makers from TodaysAwesomeSauce, especially for being kind enough to provide viewers with the song’s elusive lyrics: “Pizza (repeat x 1530).”


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[Video] Starbucks Employee Fired for Making Video

I’ve worked at McDonalds for 4 years and I’ve had my share of customers who make me want to stick my head in a hole and scream, but I’ve never made a video about them like this guy.

Huffington Post reports, Christopher Cristwell, 25, was a barista at a California Starbucks. At least until he made this video. Cristwell was fired from the establishment after the company deem the video “unacceptable” and “out of line.”

Check out the video chrissizle posted.

[THX: Huffington Post]