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Highly Addictive Mindless Internet Songs

Updated on February 2, 2014
Screen capture of "Badger, Badger, Badger" on Youtube
Screen capture of "Badger, Badger, Badger" on Youtube | Source

The lyrics are idiotic or outright nonsensical. The tunes are simplistic. The agonizing repetition is mind-numbing … and yet … There’s something about these stupid ditties that makes you listen to them over and over … and over … and then share them with your friends so you don’t suffer alone. Highly addictive and stupid as hell, here are my top 3 favourite Mindless Songs ...

#3 Badger, Badger, Badger

I first saw this video on several years ago. Badger, Badger, Badger has 5 notes and 3 words that will stick in your head, eating away at your brain like a rabid alien parasite: Badger, Mushroom, Snake. That is all it takes to go viral. Once you listen, you will forever be haunted by those 5 simple notes.

Unlike the Youtube version, the Weebls site version has no ending. It just loops on and on until you close your browser or go mad and put your head through your computer screen.

Badger. Mushroom. Snake … Repeat ad nauseam.

#2 Crabs

Another psycho creation from Weebls, this one also played on an endless loop. I never figured out why dude wants to put live crabs in his mouth, but was spell-bound by the sound he makes when he has a mouthful of crabs ...

Effing stupid, Yes. Be fair to me, though. I was introduced to Weebls songs by my brother’s military buddies. I think it was their idea of pay-back for me kicking their behinds at Soul Calibur on Dreamcast. I must share my misery ...

#1 The Llama Song

This is bit of goofy-goodness was created by AlbinoBlackSheep. I love to watch the images that flash across the screen and read the lyrics. I share this one with love to those who thrive on silliness.

If you understand why the orange slayed the rake, please, PLEASE, for the love of all that is good and holy: Post the explanation below!

Please Note: The videos in this article belong to their creators. They are included here via direct links to their owner's Youtube accounts. I claim no ownership.

© 2012 Rosa Marchisella


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    • I Am Rosa profile imageAUTHOR

      Rosa Marchisella 

      8 years ago from Canada

      Thank you for reading, commenting and following! :-)

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      Martin Kloess 

      8 years ago from San Francisco

      Thank you for sharing


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