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Tuesday, October 15, 2013

From the Makers of Rebecca Black's "Friday," Here Is a Funnier and More Terrible Song About "Chinese Food"

Posted By on Tue, Oct 15, 2013 at 12:11 PM

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Ark Music Factory, the pay-for-play production outfit that brought you "Friday," Rebecca Black's infamous inane, Internet-collapsing celebration of weekends, is back with another happy tween and another hilariously bad song. This one is about wontons. Well, it's about egg rolls and chow mein, too: It's called "Chinese Food," it's "by" Alison Gold, and it sounds and looks just like an SNL skit. But actually it's just another Ark Music Factory product, this time featuring subtitles in many languages and a man (Ark's Patrice Wilson, actually) skipping in a panda costume and rapping about the benefits of sweet and sour sauce. It is terrible and funny, maybe even more so than "Friday" was. Watch and shudder:

-- @iPORT


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