funny back to school parody videos

School has started back for most children around here, so here’s some funny music parody videos about that experience from a parent’s point of view. This first one is my favorite of the three below. It’s called “Baby Got Class”, which is a parody of “Baby Got Back” by Sir Mix-a-Lot. I would expect this one to be tough to pull off, but they do surprisingly well with it.

Next is “Bye Bye Bye”, a parody of *NSYNC.

Last is “School is Starting”, a parody of Black Eyed Peas.

FYI, these parodies are by The Holderness Family. They’ve created a lot of good parody videos, as well as original content. (I’m not affiliated with them, just a fan. I like parodies, and I realize how hard it is to make one that’s great.)

Green Child of Mine (Baby Yoda parody)

Someone made a video parody of the song “Sweet Child of Mine” by Guns N’ Roses where it is about “Baby Yoda” (Grogu) in the Star Wars series The Mandalorian. This is really well done on many levels — like Weird Al level quality. So if you have any idea what I’m talking about, I recommend watching it.

black cat takes over your favorite movies

It’s amazing what people can do with video via computer editing these days. There’s a content creator on YouTube called OwlKitty who uses a green screen to put his black cat into famous movies and video games. These are short clips and they’re worth your time (if you like cats and/or parodies). It’s not your ordinary LOLcatz videos. And I’m fairly certain this is why YouTube was invented in the first place. 🙂

OwlKitty has replaced “Baby Yoda” (i.e., Grogu) in The Mandalorian. (This is my favorite one.)

Here’s a famous Jurassic Park scene but with OwlKitty replacing the T-Rex:

Want more? Here’s a Lord of the Rings parody:

For a video game parody, OwlKitty is now a character in Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros Ultimate:

There’s more where that came from…

modern art with Trump’s legal team and four seasons total landscaping

A few years ago I went to a “modern art” museum, and so much of it is really abstract where I don’t know what to make of it or some of it seems to be controversial to get attention. (I don’t mean just morally bad, but sometimes artistically bad to get attention, like flinging paint randomly at a mural or covering a bed in ham.) And in everyday life, it may seem like the arts don’t get as much attention as they used to. But there is art all around us, especially on the Internet, where countless people create art and share it solely for enjoyment (meaning not for money).

I recently came across a mock Lego set of the political debacle at Four Seasons Total Landscaping where President Donald Trump’s legal team including Rudy Giuliani made a “speech” (read: rant with baseless accusations) about voter fraud. (If you don’t know about this “big” press conference at the back of a landscaping business in a not-so-glamorous part of town, read about it here so the rest of this post will make sense. It’s one of those news events that was surreal, like “did that actually just happen?” At first I thought it was a parody, but it really happened.)

That was way too much intro for this, but let’s keep going anyway. Here’s the art that is parodying the event.

Here’s more info about it.

Something you might not have noticed is that all but one of the Trump 2020 stickers/posters behind the podium are the same. One of them says Trump / Pence. So the Vice President on the ticket gets one mention. That’s actually surprising, given that Donald Trump is the most narcissistic person ever.

There’s now a sub-reddit dedicated to this event. If you want to see some more humor about it but are scared to explore, here’s a few more:
here, here, and here.

Someone suggested Trump go back to Celebrity Apprentice, then when he fires someone, they sue and refuse to leave. 🙂 Do you think Trump would appreciate the irony?

Have you heard or made up any jokes about the situation? Here’s a couple:

Why did the Trump campaign book Four Seasons Total Landscaping? Because he ran his presidency into the ground. 🙂 You could also say he was intent on restoring lawn and order. 🙂 Okay, I’ll see myself out now…