Tongue Twister of the Day: Watch Rapper Mac Lethal Rap a Song of 449 Words in 113 Seconds (That's 4 Words Per Second) in Alphabetical Order

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Seriously, how is it even possible for someone to talk this fast? By his own admission, this video took Mac Lethal 67 takes to make.

Warning: Some language (not like you'd be able to catch it anyway...)

Early Bird Special

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Mac Lethal recently set the stage for some fast-rapper back-and-forth, and now  George Watsky's delivered, remaking Dr. Dre's 2001 "What's The Difference" as his own "Difference Is The Differences."

(Not Safe For Work, explicit pale kid.)

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Pale Kid Raps Grammar of the Day

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Fast-rapper Mac Lethal lays down a little Strunk & White to Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To Know."

Your move, Watsky.

(Not Safe For Work, your a f*cking idiot.)

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This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things of the Day

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This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things of the Day
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This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things of the Day: The Smoking Gun goes two-for-two this week with myth debunking.

First, the site pointed out the (fairly obvious) weaknesses in the viral "sh*tty tattoo" story (namely that everything in it was fake). Now, with a bit of sleuthing, it discovered that "Bennett" -- the wannabe gangstar of overnight-sensation site "

Also Obligatory of the Day

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Also Obligatory of the Day: And the award for first fast-rapping pale kid to turn Charlie Sheen’s questionable quotes into a rap goes to George Watsky's archnemesis, Mac Lethal.

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Earlier: Apollo Run - "