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The U.S. Army Infantry soldiers in Kunar Province, Afghanistan, aren't above having a little fun while stuck overseas, and their "Call Me Maybe" cover is among the best we've seen -- it showcases their day-to-day life for those of us who have no clue.
A sweet note accompanies the video: "See you in just a few more months, and thanks for all your support!"
At long last, we can find "F-bomb" in the dictionary -- the word is among the latest additions to Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, alongside "sexting," "man cave," "earworm" (e.g., "Call Me Maybe"), and 96 other colloquialisms.
(For the record: Merriam-Webster defines F-bomb as "a lighthearted and printable euphemism" for something far more offensive.)
Courtesy of a trio of literature students known only as Jack, Kayla and Julie, here's the first-ever (and hopefully only ever) not-meant-to-offend-anyone-but-inevitably-offensive-anyway Anne Frank-themed parody of Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe."
I can't quite put my finger on it, but something tells me this isn't the most historically accurate version of events available.
It really was inevitable:
You weren't asking for this, but now it's in your way: Our "Call Me Maybe" supercut video, featuring 75 of the most viral covers, lip dubs, dance numbers and artistic reinterpretations of the Carly Rae Jepsen jam that [Popdust] just dubbed the best song of 2012′s first half. If you thought the song was intoxicating before, just wait till you see it performed on accordian, lip synched by three shirtless dudes in a river, and danced to by an overzealous girl alone in a closed Burger King.