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"'Pink Flamingos was an antihippie movie made for hippies who would be punks in two years. It's a pothead movie. I wrote it on pot.' – John Waters"
(Jeff Jackson, DreamlandNews)
Fig.1 John Waters (1972). trailer for "Pink Flamingos".
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A single shot university lipdub at the faculty of digital media at hs Hochschule Furtwangen University. Join the game and make your own university lipdub at your university!
"What started as a 4–hour recording session and a YouTube viral video has landed Philadelphia–based Leah Kauffman (a.k.a. Bunny) a record deal with Rock Ridge Music. Kauffman is the voice behind the spoof song 'My Box in a Box.'
The video for the song has received over 8 million online views, and both Kauffman (and her alter ego video persona, played by a Philadelphia based Melissa Lamb) have made TV appearances about the song. 'My Box In A Box' has also gotten worldwide radio airplay. The song, a parody response to a 'Saturday Night Live' song performed by Justin Timberlake and Andy Samberg, initially gained attention when it received over 1 million views in a single week. Following that, MSNBC made it the #1 story on their 'Countdown with Keith Olberman' twice in the same week, calling it "The Viralist Video.'"
(Bunny, 24 April 2007)
[The parody shows (again) just how uncomplicated YouTube audiences are.]