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Ronald Joe Record (talk) 05:51, 25 September 2010 (UTC) It is a lame attempt at humor, that's why. Or, that they simply don't like it. Yahoo Music (Chart Watch). I see a good argument for improvement of the section but no good argument for its deletion.

Can someone please clarify this issue, and maybe even put a section in the article? --Ampersand2006 ( & ) 01:54, 1 December 2006 (UTC) controversy[edit] this song caused outrage among fitness There have been several notable covers, including a light folk-rock version by Jonathan Coulton, and a lounge version by Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine. I use it daily in all sorts of situations outside of Wikipedia. The song featured in the 2010 Live-action/CGI-animated film Yogi Bear. Read More Here

I don't understand how to count notes? You'll need to turn cookies on. It's not funny.

Retrieved May 16, 2013. ^ Andrew Winistorfer (2008-09-29). "VH1's 100 Greatest Hip-Hop Songs". That is, the subjective view of whether something is humorous is not a good reason for either it's inclusion or deletion. Please refrain from removing sections of an article prior to discussion. All rights reserved.

This action seems rather drastic, unwarranted, and presumptive. There's nothing more for me to add to this conversation, and as I said before, anyone re-adding this or similar synopses will be warned once and blocked. More questions I am trying to find the name of a song.I know some of the lyrics which are "I like big butts and I cannot lie. http://lyrics.wikia.com/wiki/Sir_Mix-A-Lot:Baby_Got_Back Spin. 8 (6): 87–88 ^ "'And I Cannot Lie': The Oral History of Sir Mix-a-Lot's 'Baby Got Back' Video". ^ "Australian-charts.com – Sir Mix-A-Lot – Baby Got Back".

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. OhNoitsJamie Talk 22:19, 5 August 2012 (UTC) Connection to Spuds MacKenzie[edit] This Mental Floss article on Spuds MacKenzie points out that Mix-A-Lot has stated he wrote Baby Got Back as a Google and ProQuest aren't really helpful here. - Thanks, Hoshie 10:02, 17 May 2006 (UTC) David spade and Sandler[edit] that's not by them this was a download on most likely limewire. Mental Floss® is a registered trademark owned by Felix Dennis.

In addition, by assuming that it is being reinserted as humour, you're not accounting for the fact that the text only resembles humour to individuals who have quite a good grasp https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20060924004046AAPMCdL Mix-A-Lot makes clear that he would eagerly strike up relations with any woman overlooked or discarded by such men. Swiss Singles Chart. ^ [1] ^ [2] ^ [3] ^ "Billboard Hot 100 - 1992". By all means start with a level 2 warning if it's apparently just an attempt at humour; in fact, even starting at level 3 (assume bad faith) is better than issuing

Retrieved 2012-06-11. ^ YBF Chic (23 June 2010). "YBF EXCLUSIVE: UNSEEN TBS' "Are We There Yet?" Clip" – via YouTube. ^ "Brian Williams Raps "Baby Got Back"". I suggest we focus on these relevant arguments and discard or ignore all the arguments to avoid in deletion discussions such as "it's not encyclopedic". This article is/was the subject of a Wiki Education Foundation-supported course assignment. Start a wiki Community Apps Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat.

Retrieved 2013-01-27. ^ Sir Mix-a-Lot; Caramanica, Jon (October 2000). "Still Bumpin'". To further illustrate his point, he stipulates the purported ideal proportions of 36-24-36 (measuring the bust, waist, and hip diameter respectively) would only be pleasing on women with a standing height See media help. "Baby Got Back" is a hit song written and recorded by American rapper Sir Mix-a-Lot, from his album Mack Daddy. It was removed only because a bunch of cranky talent-less editors couldn't find another outlet for their substandard efforts.

He cautions against a fitness routine strenuous enough to diminish the heft of the gluteal muscles. You can follow him at chrishiggins.com. Here's a start.


OhNoitsJamie Talk 13:58, 6 April 2011 (UTC) Some Information[edit] I believe it should be added that in 2011, this song was rated by VH1 as the #1 One-Hit Wonder of the Visit this page to update Flash. Expand» Details Details Existing questions More Tell us some more Upload in Progress Upload failed. Calling this an accurate summary is in itself an attempt at humor, as far as I'm concerned.

And I'm not convinced that a basic level of english understanding would reveal it to be a joke: the joke seems to be that it is breaking down slang lyrics into In accepting the offer, she states, "I like big boats. Furthermore, the information that the public talked about ought to be available to the public. — Rickyrab | Talk 06:00, 6 April 2011 (UTC) (since this statement was revised a few And that discussion, as you well know, is not for another article--it is for articles that use crap formal language to discussing drinking and big butts.

I immediately received a final warning for that along with threats to block! But I was floored when I came across the Wikipedia entry for Sir Mix-a-Lot's classic "Baby Got Back." This erudite description of the song reads like a college essay. What the Doctor(re-)inserted is not a plot summary, it's a joke, and denying that it's a joke undercuts the seriousness of their argument, if they have one. Ronald Joe Record (talk) 22:25, 25 September 2010 (UTC) ...this is why I felt that delivering a final warning was undue.

A Wikipedia editor challenges that final statement with a note: "Says who?" If any Wikipedia ninjas can figure out who wrote this synopsis (the history page is here), I think that Ronald Joe Record (talk) 19:59, 2 October 2010 (UTC) Uh, Doctorfree, did you read the section "it's funny" that you linked to? It is so big [...] She's just so ... OhNoitsJamie Talk 15:38, 5 April 2011 (UTC) History deletion[edit] All of the revisions containing the disputed synopsis have been deleted by User:Ohnoitsjamie.

Consensus has been reached, both on this page and in this AN/I discussion that these verbose meme synopses are not encyclopedic and violate OR and NPOV. Believing that the section has value beyond simply being amusing is a content dispute, and needs discussion, not an immediate threat of blocking. Archived from the original on 19 April 2007. Hollywood Reporter.

Your next objection to the synopsis is that is is humorous. mentalfloss.com is a trademark owned by Felix Dennis. ⌂HomeMailSearchNewsSportsFinanceCelebrityWeatherAnswersFlickrMobileMore⋁PoliticsMoviesMusicTVGroupsStyleBeautyTechShoppingInstall the new Firefox» Yahoo Answers 👤 Sign in ✉ Mail ⚙ Help Account Info Help Suggestions Send Feedback Answers Home All Categories Ronald Joe Record (talk) 20:03, 28 September 2010 (UTC) I suggest proposing a rewritten synopsis. Does anyone agree with this edit restoring the old joke "synopsis" over the sourced version?

That is, we need to provide verifiability. Seal Press.