This is an interesting specimen. It’s made the rounds and clocked a million or so views as of this writing. It’s been on Attack of the Show.
(Warning: Naughty language.)
I find myself loving the idea while disliking the execution. It’s amusing to see this nonsense dialog lip-sync so well with the original footage. But the constantly changing voices and the insertion bodily function noises feel like they betray the idea. Without those, it would kind of have the humorously subversive quality of found art. But once you add burping and “wacky” voices it feels like you’re trying to add humor instead of discovering it.
It still works, but I’d actually love if someone took this idea and played it “straight”.
But credit where it’s due: It’s a clever idea and the author does a good job of making the dialog fit.
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