Here's a version of Call Me Maybe, a song conceived in hell and born in strife, performed by every viral video sensation since the beginning of time. Well, kind of performed. It's almost unlistenable and unwatchable but around 2:16 there's a dose of Antoine Dodson that brought back every wonderful and sweet emotion… »
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It's such a tragedy. You were only just purging the final remnants of that monstrous earworm "Call Me Maybe" from your system and already Justin Bieber — that devious little vanilla wafer — is back with a whole new pixie-faced brunette for us to lose our Silly Bandz over. (Carly Rae Jepson, according to the Bieber… »
In this week's TV roundup, dead people walk on Game of Thrones, Chris O'Dowd wants a threesome, Jimmy Fallon does "Call Me Maybe" and we bravely face the return of The Glee Project. »On this season: a lesbian, a blind person, a transgender boy, a girl in wheelchair and .
Now this is just fodder for the Birther Movement. Doesn't the President know that Carly Rae Jepson is Canadian? »
Carly Rae Jepson's "Call Me Maybe" has managed to stay popular on the Internet for months now, claiming the hearts of your most bro-iest brogrammers and feminist-y pop culture bloggers alike. Every couple of days, a new viral tribute seems to pop up, but few have managed to garner the popularity of the Harvard… »
One day last week some jerk in the office, I won't say whom, but he works at a site that rhymes with Wizbodo, played this terrible, terrible Carly Rae Jepsen song, "Call Me Maybe," over and over again, maybe 13 or 14 times. And it felt like the track was going to go on forever, like I'd fallen into a hole in the… »