Yoda Really Hates Seagulls – Star Wars Hilarious Bad Lip Reading (VIDEO)
With all the Star Wars hype going on these days, it’s not hard to go online and find parodies of all kinds trekking the world ’round. It seems, however, that one just might have taught us a valuable lesson about going to the beach. Thanks to the wise words of the great and powerful Yoda (courtesy of this Star Wars Bad Lip Reading), seagulls are really, really annoying.
Thank you, Jedi Master Yoda, but I think we already agree having our heads pecked by seagulls isn’t much fun.
Thanks to this catchy little diddy courtesy of this hilariously popular YouTube Channel, this Star Wars Bad Lip Reading has properly taken the internet by storm. With Yoda singing about his woes against the seagulls, a mention of being a backpack and then a hacky sack hitting him in the neck, apparently the poor guy’s had it rough and wanted to share his wisdom with Luke Skywalker. This song has gone viral in just a few short days, so if you haven’t had a chance to see it yet, check it out below to witness this sing-along extravaganza:
The song can attribute its insane popularity to a video that was created by the same makers a year ago. The Empire Strikes Back had its original rendition of a Star Wars bad lip reading, garnering over eight million views with its quirky little snippets of fun. The Seagulls song was originally just a short piece included in the original video, but due to its knee-slapping humor, the creators expanded on the song, turning it into a three minute ballad of woe and teenagers teasing a hapless Jedi in his sea fowl ravaged plight. We couldn’t be happier in their decision to turn this into a full song, to be honest. This is definitely an ear-worm we’re all okay having in our heads, from now on.
The internet is full of quirky, or just plain funny videos for our enjoyment. Just last week, YouTubers created a FIFA 17 glitch reenactment that perfectly sums up the frustration and hilarity of the latest EA title’s best glitches in the game. It’s definitely worth taking a look at if you haven’t had a chance to watch it yet; the FIFA glitch video and Yoda’s song are just two examples of how easy it is to tease the things we all love the most and have a good laugh doing it.
So what do you think of Yoda’s song? Are you pleased with the extended version that had our toes tapping a year ago? Will you be subscribing for more Star Wars Bad Lip Reading content in the future? Give us a shout out in the comments below!