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We're very sorry to say that we have yet to find our "Hot Cheetos and Takis" for the year, but here's a musical parody to get you by until next year.
BBC Radio decided that a family-friendly version of "Blurred Lines," Robin Thicke's creepy pop song (with a similarly creepy music video), was in order. So for the holidays, they released "Mulled Wines," a Christmas-y, wintry take on the song of the summer.
Nevertheless, the Marvin Gaye beat is forever linked to Robin Thicke and Miley Cyrus's VMA performance, so we can't help but read double entendres in lines like, "You feel the chimney rocking/ can you hear Santa knocking/ He's here to fill your stocking/ but only if you've been a good girl."
There's also as hashtag reference, a "hottest elf in this place," and some shoutouts to eggnog. Listen below, then put on Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas" to hear how Christmas music should really sound.
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