Million Dollar Menu (NSFW)


Buckwheat Groats' Million Dollar Menu is even better than Shira Miss Muffin's classic Pound On My Muffin. [Hat tip to John Biggs, who has also been having fun with telemarketers lately]

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  1. i think the mcdonalds at the 7-8 second mark is the one right off st marks in NYC…i’ve been to that one a few times

      1.  No, the sort of airhorns used in boating, to convey distress.  Vuvuzelas, especially autotuned, might be preferable.  Save yourself. 

          1.  I’m just an old coot, don’t mind me.   I don’t mind so much the kids on the yard or even a baseball through the window.  But the song just made me feel a boat somewhere was in trouble, so I found it jarring. 

    1. The airhorns are in a lot of the popular rap/R&B stuff in the recent year or so.  Much like sirens and handclaps were big in the electronic scene at one time.

      1. I thought the point of that on radio was to keep people from effectively copying (and distributing, maybe) the song. Seemed like a stupid way to do it.

  2. This is probably the worst Buckwheat Groats song, but it’s great that they got so many McD customers involved.  They’re never going to top Dinner Table Game: 

  3. I don’t know if it was intentional, but the Flaming Homer (Simpson) drink’s secret ingredient is cough syrup. Absolutely hilarious. 

      1. I was posting this as well. It was so well timed that when I tried to post it, I saw it come up as under stovedoor. I actually did a double-take and made sure my user name hadn’t changed or other such shenanigans.

  4. Not that I ever go to McDonald’s, but this is the kind of thing I would have thought was high-larious before having kids, but now would just piss me the fuck off.

    Guys! Guys! Language!

  5. So all I could think while watching this video, is that he’s wearing a sparkling cardboard wiener around his neck, cause he’s so fat – probably from McD’s and the like – that he can’t see his own.

  6. I can’t even enjoy this as much as I want to, because I’m so jaded that I can’t stop picturing it as astroturf.

  7. The great thing about rap/hip-hop is we don’t have to give a fuck about objectifying women. It’s so…liberating.

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