...Charlie Murphy?
May 18, 2011 8:16 PM   Subscribe

DID I MENTION I LIKE TO DANCE. LEMME SMANG IT. SEX SYRUP. (some language nsfw; Voice Q&A with Flynt Flossy)
posted by Sticherbeast (34 comments total) 18 users marked this as a favorite

 
Much like Yung Humma, I like to do stuff.
posted by gnutron at 8:27 PM on May 18, 2011


How you like your eggs: Fried Or Fertilized?
posted by sourwookie at 8:30 PM on May 18, 2011


So this is a complex meta-conceptual performance art piece, yes?

Please say yes.
posted by LMGM at 8:30 PM on May 18, 2011


I need a word that means both "awesome" and "awful."
posted by Bookhouse at 8:31 PM on May 18, 2011


Not too many views, for having been uploaded in 1988
posted by cogpsychprof at 8:33 PM on May 18, 2011


I've said it before, and I'll say it again; if naming teddy bears 'Mohammed' is wrong, I don't wanna be right.

Also, I'm too old to understand the humor in this link. Fuck it.
posted by Pecinpah at 8:48 PM on May 18, 2011


FLYNT FLO$$Y
IS MY FAVORITE
RAPPER

(glad to see this finally posted here).
posted by 2bucksplus at 8:53 PM on May 18, 2011


Bookhouse: I need a word that means both "awesome" and "awful."


Can't think of anything that means both awful and awesome, but I found Merriam-Webster's definition of fulsome:
...
2: aesthetically, morally, or generally offensive...

3: exceeding the bounds of good taste: overdone
posted by fredludd at 8:54 PM on May 18, 2011 [3 favorites]


This is good shit, although the "Sex Syrup" song clued me into the fact that they know it's cheesy and they like it, a la Tim and Eric. Now, this guy, I'm not so sure.
posted by fungible at 9:03 PM on May 18, 2011


I can state that dancing to "Did I Mention I Like To Dance" is a certifiable aerobic workout (and more fun than most exercise videos.)
posted by vespabelle at 9:07 PM on May 18, 2011


Bookhouse: I need a word that means both "awesome" and "awful."

awesome+awful+marvelous= Gormellous.


[On preview: fungible beat me to it].
posted by lemuring at 9:10 PM on May 18, 2011


I.

Ah.
posted by everichon at 9:18 PM on May 18, 2011


Yeah, I think these guys definitely emerged from beneath Tim and Eric's overcoat, as it were. I personally can't stand this kind of humor, but it's pretty well-executed.
posted by whir at 9:23 PM on May 18, 2011


Can we conjugate 'smang' now?

I smang.
She also smangs.
In fact, we smanged together.
We had not yet smung in March.
Those two, also, are currently smanging.
posted by everichon at 9:31 PM on May 18, 2011


amazing. really blurring the line between mustache and nasal hair.
posted by mexican at 9:34 PM on May 18, 2011


Those were great and my favorite part, for some reason I cannot discern, was the out-of-the-blue color changes near the end of Lemme Smang It.
posted by ropeladder at 9:50 PM on May 18, 2011


Just to follow up on the Charlie Murphy reference, the "Did I mention I like to dance?" song is a pretty blatant ripof---homage to "Wacky D" (who was himself a mashup of MC Hammer and C&C Music Factory) from the movie CB-4

Still enjoyed 'em all.
posted by ShutterBun at 9:52 PM on May 18, 2011 [1 favorite]


Bookhouse: I need a word that means both "awesome" and "awful."

So you want a word that's a smang of those two.
posted by not_on_display at 10:07 PM on May 18, 2011 [5 favorites]


Slick Mahony > George Costanza + Prince
posted by not_on_display at 10:10 PM on May 18, 2011 [1 favorite]


This reminds me of watching Jamaican music videos on cable access when I lived in Queens. But I liked that better.
posted by Diablevert at 10:15 PM on May 18, 2011


Guys, GUYS. Can we please discuss how this label also seems to have spent the entirety of the 90s funding an illegal cloning project using a strand of Jon B's luscious R&B beard, and finally saying "fuck it" after one too many failures before deciding to release Test Subject 8993, aka Slick Mahony?
posted by kkokkodalk at 10:19 PM on May 18, 2011


I thought this was just an ILX joke. (Lemme Smang It placed well on their year-end poll).
posted by klangklangston at 10:38 PM on May 18, 2011


Bookhouse, I believe the word you're looking for is "awfulsome". (Credit: Tom Scharpling)
posted by Listener_T at 11:33 PM on May 18, 2011


You know what I hate? When mountain climbers take a helicopter to the summit of Everest first, then climb the damn mountain. Doesn't that ruin the trip?
posted by Splunge at 3:16 AM on May 19, 2011 [3 favorites]


Wrong tab, sorry.
posted by Splunge at 3:18 AM on May 19, 2011 [1 favorite]


I love the bit in "Fried or Fertilized?" where Yung Humma explains the innuendo. Though my favorite moment so far in Turquoise Jeep videos is about a minute into Go Grab My Belt.
posted by Kattullus at 4:39 AM on May 19, 2011


I found these a while ago and while most of them are funny I think Sex Syrup is a legitimately good pop song. I listen to it all the time!
posted by ghharr at 5:13 AM on May 19, 2011


"Fried or Fertilized" is the hit. Yung Humma pwns iambic trimeter.
posted by Zerowensboring at 7:24 AM on May 19, 2011


SHUYAMOUF

No Humma, tho
posted by Zerowensboring at 7:30 AM on May 19, 2011


Really, I can't get over a lyric involving "cooch contusion". It cracks me up every time. I've already listened to this stuff waaaay too much.
posted by Bovine Love at 10:55 AM on May 19, 2011


So romantic, yet so threatening. If Yung Humma wants to smang you, you'd better just let him.
posted by Lucien Dark at 12:36 PM on May 19, 2011


http://www.waggish.org/2009/the-elitists-credo/
posted by erniepan at 12:43 PM on May 19, 2011


My lawn. You should not be on it.
posted by chairface at 8:34 PM on May 19, 2011


Shutterbun: Just to follow up on the Charlie Murphy reference, the "Did I mention I like to dance?" song is a pretty blatant ripof---homage to "Wacky D" (who was himself a mashup of MC Hammer and C&C Music Factory) from the movie CB-4.

This may be so, but i'm going to stick to my first impression which was that Eddie Murphy has both fallen on hard times and really wants us to know he likes dancing. Also, purple jumpsuits.
posted by pseudonymph at 11:15 PM on May 19, 2011


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