Another day, another "Gangnam Style" parody hitting the sports world. Hot on the heels of the possibly--officially-sanctioned MLB Postseason video, now the Oregon Ducks are getting in on the act. Their beloved mascot and noted pushups enthusiast, the eponymous Duck, is the star of a somewhat note-for-note remake of the extremely popular video by pop star PSY. Somewhat note-for-note. Because there are some notable words missing from Oregon's version.
Here's the Duck partying with cheerleaders, other mascots (or approximations thereof), puppets and of course an entire legion of Oregon bros. See if you can spot the subtle edit in the music track.
Yep, this Korean pop song normally contains just three words in English, but the Ducks have chosen to shy away from the horribly family-unfriendly word "sexy." Thus, the previously only sing-along-able part for most of us, the "HEYYYYYY SEXY LAAAADDYYYYY" has now been turned into "HEYYYYYY [awkward pause] LAAAADDYYYYY."
I was at Disneyland last week and they played Justin Timberlake's "Sexyback" for a bunch of dancing toddlers. At Disneyland. Surprising that Oregon would be such prudes about this song while broadcasting from deep within the thickets of their expansive fields of marijuana. Also, the video features this:
Which I would argue is a million times more scarring than the word "sexy." Oppa arbitrary decisions style.
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