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Not to be outdone by Barack Obama's sing-speak rendition of "Call Me Maybe", we now have Bill Clinton "singing" Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines." In case you were wondering, yes, it makes us feel funny:
Now that Comic-Con has ended, it's probably as good a time as any to post this video, which will completely demolish anyone who thinks the first X-Men film was good:
And here is a parrot trying to live up to the expectation of everyone thinking he's going to say that Monty Python line:
And in keeping with the whole expectations theme, here is the "thug" explainer of Great Expectations. (This would have helped when we were in high school; seriously, it would have.)
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