A bit Thicke: Best of the Blurred Lines parodies

It’ll be no surprise to you that I’m not exactly Robin Thicke’s greatest fan. But y’know something? That disgusting, rapey excuse for a song? It’s catchy. Way too catchy. Is there anything worse than finding yourself humming along a heyheyhey when you’ve just spent the past 20 minutes giving out about the damn thing? As irritation goes, it’s at the level of being woken up by your neighbour’s alarm clock at 7am on a Saturday morning. Flies that sit on  your window until the second you open the thing to shoo them out and then take up residence in the one corner o f your ceiling you can’t get to. People taking up both of your armrests and leaving you stuck with no comfy arms perched in the middle of your seat.

Y’know. Annoying things.

In the interests of having cake and eating it too? Have my favourite parodies and responses to Thickery.

There’s the (genuinely) sexy:

There’s the direct approach- a bit on the NSFW side, this one, but so worth it:

And finally? There’s the goddamn fuckin’ legendary:

Enjoy! Which is your favourite? And what have I missed out on?


Edited to add: more legendary.

9 thoughts on “A bit Thicke: Best of the Blurred Lines parodies

  1. My favourite is the first closely followed by the second. The third is awful.
    She puts on an inner city Dublin accent to make stealing the car more believable?

    When I watched the robin thicke video I immediately felt grossed out.
    I’m not sure why the first one is not only just OK but a whole lot sexier. Perhaps it’s the cultural context?
    All I know is nyom.

    I must admit I loved the lyrics to blurred lines right up until I saw the video, although I imagined it in a kink context. The second video is how I imagined it.

  2. The funny thing is whenever I think of it, the song “Hell Hole” from Spinal Tap goes through my head. The “I’m gon’ take a good girl…” and “We’re livin’ in a Hell hole!” sound almost exactly the same.

  3. See. That’s the good kind of homosexuality. You don’t get “married” or pretend to be normal. You just stand around like bizarre props in a music video or a comedic movie. That way, you’re no real threat to society because everyone knows it’s a joke.

    In any case, other homosexuals apparently found this post I made recently interesting. I thought you might like it too.


    or maybe you can relate to this site (not mine):


  4. Hi!

    I just saw this now, thanks so much for featuring my video. Glad you liked it (and got that it was a joke!) 🙂 X

  5. You should check out defined lines, it’s brilliant.

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