It’s only necessary to celebrate the day you become a man by going big. So proving there is nothing more epic than dancing in front of a green screen complete with neon colours and seizure-inducing backgrounds, this crew thought it would be a good idea to commemorate the occasion by making a music video.
With some very happening shades and rocking dance moves, making a music video is simply THE BEST way to celebrate your Bar Mitzvah while growing up in the ’80s/’90s.
With an old music video of Kris Jenner surfacing, this really takes the cake in the most horrifying things I have ever seen on the internet.
Featuring a younger Kris sporting a bob and singing while driving a car, this video was made for her 30th birthday. Singing the lines “I LOVE MY FRIENDS!” repeatedly throughout, there are also clips of people telling the birthday girl they love her (something tells me she put them up to this).
From her off-key singing to listing her favourite things to do such as Bible Study (who would have thought?!), this video is actually painful to watch.
Thank God Kris didn’t pursue a music career after this. I don’t think our ears could have taken any more.
Uh…WTF did I just watch?
Everyone has probably been teased once or twice in their lives, but according to this video, karma is truly a bitch.
In this corny ’80s public service announcement about bullying, watch what happens when a bike gang stops in the middle of the road to heckle a group of kids playing catch.
BUT LO AND BEHOLD! KARMA STRIKES BACK.
While the repercussions of bullying can be bad, I don’t think the end result was the best way to portray the consequences of teasing someone.
P.S. I also don’t think the kid in the green shirt was too upset about the incident either.
In a song dedicated to Facebook (yes, Facebook!), a group of people here gather together, join hands and praise the social networking site like it’s the gospel. With lyrics like: “Play a game, app or chat / And comment when I please / Stay in the loop or in a group / and “Like” what I see — hey yeah”, it’s hard to think that these people are being serious.
But considering that all the people in the video have seemingly genuine expressions, I guess you gotta appreciate the fact that these people want to thank Mark Zuckerberg for all he’s done even though it makes for an incredibly corny song.
Personally, I lasted about 10 seconds before I started cringing. But then again, these people are pretty good singers.