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Call Me Maybe

  1. President Obama Chooses A Superpower Appropriate To His Job

    This Makes Sense

    President Barack Obama is a self-proclaimed comic book fan so how is it no one asked him which superpower he'd like to have until now? Read on to find out if our Commander in Chief chose wisely.

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  2. Watch “Joseph Gordon-Levitt” Make Batman Dance With His “Call Me Maybe” Parody

    Fans Do Cool Things

    Look, I still haven't listened to this "Call Me Maybe" song in its entirety and I really don't want to. Getting the Wesley Freitas-directed "Batman Maybe" in my head is good enough. Plus, this Russ Russo guy does a spot-on concerned Christian Bale face. Watch as Blake from The Dark Knight Rises tries to get Batman back into action. Man, things would have been a lot different if Joseph Gordon-Levitt's character took this approach in the film, wouldn't it? (Editors Note: Technically there are some TDKR spoilers in the video, watch at your own risk.)

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  3. The Actual Cast of Star Wars Sings Call Me Maybe

    For A More Civilized Age

    Look, you're talking to a person who has had the eight bar bridge and only the eight bar bridge of "Call Me Maybe" stuck in my head for at least an hour every day of the past week. If there is anybody out there less inclined to enjoy another internet version of "Call Me Maybe," it's me. But  feel like some sort of tribute must be made to the person who put this video together. I never knew so many people in Star Wars said "where are you going?" Maaan, now I want to watch Return of the Jedi. Can I get a movie stuck in my head for the next hour instead? (via Geeks are Sexy.)

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  4. Star Wars “Call Me Maybe” Has Too Much Hayden Christensen, Is Still Cool [Video]

    "Call Me Maybe" has begged for parody from the moment it left Carly Rae Jepsen's windpipe. A new entry into the arena of YouTube spoofs comes in the form of this version of Jepsen's hit song; but with Star Wars! I don't think Carly Rae Jepsen saw this one coming. I don't think George Lucas saw this one coming, but here it is: "Call Me Maybe" cut together from Star Wars dialogue. Pour yourself a glass of blue milk, sit back, relax, and enjoy something that Hayden Christensen only kind of ruins.

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  5. Overly Attached Girlfriend is Back With Parody of Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe”

    Not too long ago, a new Internet challenger appeared, a girl who entered a contest where participants had to cover a Justin Bieber song, with the prize being the Biebs himself showing the best video on some upcoming him-centric television special. It was an obvious, though great, parody, where the girl assumed the role of an overly attached girlfriend or stalker type. She was very good at it, and the lyrics were actually entertaining as well. Now, she's back with a parody of everyone's current "favorite" song, "Call Me Maybe" by Carly Rae Jepsen. Like her Bieber song, we've captured some pretty good moments and put them after the break for your perusal and horror.

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  6. Tay Zonday Of “Chocolate Rain” Fame Covers “Call Me Maybe”

    You may be familiar with an insanely addictive summer jam by Carly Rae Jepsen entitled "Call Me Maybe." If you aren't, here's an auto-repeating video that will provide you with the morphine drip of nakedly-hooky pop you will soon discover you need in order to survive. If you've already come out of a "Call Me Maybe" binge, this cover by Tay Zonday of "Chocolate Rain" fame should prove a useful palette cleanser. It's also great if you've been wondering roughly what "Call Me Maybe" would sound like if sung by a frog.

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  7. Parody of Call Me Maybe Might Be The Best Thing This Week [Video]

    And so it was that Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" was parodied with such panache that all future parodies dimmed in comparison. The fantastic folks behind The Key of Awesome! have really outdone themselves this time with a hilarious take on the implications of maybe calling someone. If only every song were a list of things seemingly not connected to each other.

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