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Men on Twitter Try to Pass Off King of Queens Theme Lyrics as Love Poem, Goes Better Than Expected

Twitter user Mike Recinestarted a fun trend when he texted his girlfriend a "poem" that was actually the lyrics to the King of Queens theme song. She bought it, and responded with a flourish of heart eyed emojis. Since tweeting about his experience, other Twitter users have been trying the prank on for size - to mixed results! 

Funny text prank using the lyrics to the King of Queens as a poem for your significant other, boyfriend, or girlfriend.
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Adele released her new single "Hello" last week to much acclaim. And unless you've been living under a rock, you've wept alone to this tune at least 15 times.

This guy is apparently living under a rock.

Mary Caldarella decided to text her ex-boyfriend, Matt, these heartbreaking lyrics to see how'd he react.

He didn't get it.

"Last time I asked if we could go on a date when I came to auburn you told me to go f*ck myself."

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In 2014 Taylor Swift told us about her “Starbuck Lovers,” and now Kidz Bop is “bringing anal back.”

The latest misheard lyrics come from a cover of children singing Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass.”

The original line from the song says “I’m bringing it all back,” but some people are hearing something else entirely.



The best part of this is that Kidz Bop tries so hard to turn these pop songs into G-rated tunes for children, often with some pretty ridiculous results.

In 2009, parents mistakenly thought they heard the F-word in a Kidz Bop cover of Gavin DegRaw’s “I Don’t Wanna Be.”

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Pleated Jeans presents a video compilation of commonly misheard song lyrics in pop music.