CollegeHumor Releases "Mitt Romney Style" [VIDEO]
By Staff Writer | October 05, 2012 02:25 AM EDT
Yesterday, the website CollegeHumor released a video that brought together two of the many hot items in today's pop culture - Psy's viral hit "Gangnam Style" and Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
Unfortunately, it isn't Governor Romney himself in this video, but a doppleganger. However, this parody follows the same format and scenes just like the original "Gangnam Style" music video. From the horses to the sauna scenes, and even the scene with the ladies are parodied! Not to mention a doppleganger of VP candidate Paul Ryan cameos as Yoo Jae Suk and even raps a few lines!
But what definitely takes the cake were lyrics to this version of "Gangnam Style", or better yet "Mitt Romney Style". Once you read the subtitled lyrics, you'll see how CollegeHumor pokes fun at Governor Romney's wealthy background, as well as his plans for America if he were to win the Presidential election next month. But don't worry, the humor and the political content evens out perfectly!
Check out this hilarious parody below and see for yourself!
Kudos to the CollegeHumor Staff on releasing a priceless parody. This gave a good laugh to their followers and regular internet browsers around the world. Some even said, "They should make a version for obama as well!", "This is funny because it's true!", "That's so Romney!" agreeing and showing their love for the video.
CollegeHumor is a website aimed for college students giving them a good laugh through their content such as photos, videos, and articles.
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