Another day, another "Weird Al" Yankovic parody…
On Tuesday, the musician released another music video for the second single off his upcoming album Mandatory Fun, and he's taking on Robin Thicke's controversial song "Blurred Lines."
In the clip, the 54-year-old hilariously transforms the hit tune into "Word Crimes," poking fun at common grammar mistakes and mocking people who use numbers instead of letters, can't conjugate verbs or just can't spell.
"Get it together/ Use your spellchecker/ You should never/ Write words using numbers / Unless you're seven/ Or your name is Prince/ I hate these word crimes," he sings.
Yankovic is currently on a roll.
On Monday, he parodied Pharrell's jam "Happy," renaming it "Tacky" and making fun of the tackiest offenses in our society. The singer-songwriter calls out YOLO license plates, sandals-with-socks wearers and notorious name-droppers in the comical music video.
We can't wait to hear what else he comes up with!