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Girls Will Be Girls in Hilarious ‘Blurred Lines’ Parody (Watch!)

Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines goes through a role reversal in hilarious parody video.

Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines goes through a role reversal in hilarious parody video.

Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” has been hailed as a song of summer, but Auckland University students who call themselves the Law Revue Girls have produced the most hilarious parody of the summer with their take on the controversial song.

It’s called “Defined Lines.”

A YouTube video posted Aug 30 is going viral on the Internet. It’s already been viewed more than 1.6 million times and is still going strong.

The song has been criticized for what many claim are its misogynistic lyrics and objectification of women. Thicke’s unrated video for the song includes three fetching models prancing around topless while he, songwriter Pharrell Williams and rapper T.I. remain clothed.

In the parody, law students Zoe Ellwood, Olivia Lubbock and Adelaide Dunn pull a role reversal, while Dunn cleverly rewrites the song. From there all they need is three barely clothed, thoroughly emasculated men to make their point.

The song’s lyrics are salty as hell, more so than Thick’s original version as the girls sing about vibrators and sex crimes. Here’s a sampling of he lyrics.

You think that you’re so slick,
Let me emasculate ya!
Because your precious dick
Can’t beat my vibrator.
We’re feelin’ the frustration
From all the exploitation.
Prepare for your castration.

Yikes! Check out the video below with the following warning, it contains profanity and sexually explicit lyrics. Let us know your thoughts and follow TheImproper on Twitter for the latest pop culture updates.


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