I can’t quite tell if this video was supposed to be the worst production ever. Or a parody of crummy videos. You tell me.

  1. Miss Nancy says:

    I give him a “B-” for effort, but low on contents and substance.

  2. ECA says:

    lETS SEE…
    So and company distributes oil…80+% inside the USA.
    They even sell oil to other companies that sell FUEL..
    They have Their own market, and sell to the competitor so he can sell Fuel..
    Both sides make money. BUTTTTttttttt…
    is it a monopoly.

  3. bobbo, we think with words, and flower with ideas says:

    Its a parody of crummy videos. No video can be this bad except on purpose so it is a parody. That leaves the subject matter to be bad itself. Constrained by logic.

  4. dannythedog says:

    Why is this video even news? Is this site now, worst youtube video’s?

    • What? says:


      If you don’t have anything intelligent to say, then why say anything (you want to prove you’re dumber than someone else)?

  5. Anonymous says:

    This is almost good enough for The Children’s Television Workshop. Cause let’s face it. It holds your attention!

  6. Animby - Just Phoning It In says:

    Thank you, John C. And here I thought “blocked entry” was some sort of birth control!

    But Dvorak has straightened that out. Now, how about straightening out the awful comment format here on DU?

  7. msbpodcast says:

    Who dug that out of the composting pile?

    Shame on you!!! Bad dog .. bad dog….

    Kee-fuckin-rist, I’ve never seen anything so under produced.

    It reminded me of Wild Man Fisher, who was an acid casualty right out of the Sandoz factory, from the sixties, or maybe a Cheech and Chong skit, but worse.

  8. Dr Spearmint Fur says:

    He’s trying to be an “Internet personality”, minus the personality.

    He’s no Schoolhouse Rock if that’s what you’re asking.

  9. Miguel says:

    Geez… Unwatchable…

  10. t0llyb0ng says:

    The music was in C major.

    But what I really liked about it was how Mr. Fu got the gene for exaggeratiously elevated eyebrows.  You didn’t know there was a gene for that, did you.  Well, there is.

  11. Glenn E. says:

    So when is Parker Bros. going to have Youtube take this down for infringement of their Monopoly game logo and registered character “Uncle Pennybags” (now “Mr. Monopoly”)? Plus the yellow Smiley Face logo appeared (also registered) and with Fu standing in front of it, he became a Fu Mickey Mouse. Also infringing on Disney’s copyrights. This whole video is an exercise in seeing who will want it pulled, first. And the editing sucks. What editing?

  12. Glenn E. says:

    He should have gone with the Planters’ Mr. Peanut character. Because all icons sporting canes, top hats, and bow ties (and may a monocle too) , are symbolic of one-percenter monopolists. Plus it’s less likely that Kraft Foods Inc., would take offense, and have the video pulled. But you never really know, do you? What the world really needs is some generic, public domain, character icons, for use in such presentations. Hard to do when practically anything, that becomes to least bit popular or well recognized, soon becomes retro-copyrighted by Sony, Disney, Warner, or Hearst. Ironic that they’d probably seek to monopolize any new monopolist icons. Being monopolists themselves. Do you think they’d see the irony?

  13. jpfitz says:

    Why? I stopped at the ten second mark. I say this video is bogative.

  14. jay says:

    I understand now! Genius!

  15. Dallas says:

    This is clearly best viewed with a joint.


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