(Don't) Watch 'Chinese Food,' the Next Terrible Pop Song
From the producer of Rebecca Black's 'Friday' comes this terrible ode to chow mein
Today on The Daily Meal
The folks behind Rebecca Black's ridiculous "Friday" released another single today, this time in the form of an offensive, ear-grating, terribly written ode to Chinese food. Sample lyrics: "I love Chinese food/ You know that I do/ I love fried rice / I love noodles / I love chow mein / chow m-m-m-mein."
Of course, that doesn't even begin to describe the ridiculousness of the "story" development in the video. You start off with a man speaking Chinese and making noodles (but like, not in a real way at all), then skip to Alison Gold (the star) walking on a suburban street in the middle of the day, singing about Chinese food cravings after going clubbing.
Then enters a giant panda bear, who turns out to be writer/producer/rapper Patrice Wilson, followed by a slumber party with Wilson and a bunch of young girls (it's creepy), followed by girls dressed up as geishas, and Wilson ruining Gold's house by flying through the roof.
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