"Weird Al" Yankovic - Fat

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Music video by "Weird Al" Yankovic performing Fat. (C) 1988 Volcano Entertainment lll, LLC

  1. Is he still alive
  2. ...whats sad is, this amount of weight is suppose to be so ridiculously comical that no one is suppose to be able to reach it... yet nearly everyday I live in america... I see people that big... 
  3. No matter what unnerving or hysterical thing Weird Al does, he will always be remembered fondly for "What the FUUUUUUdgethickle?!"
  4. did anyone go back in bad to find a asain
  5. That is hilarious the pavement cracks when I fall down xD I'm surprised there wasn't an earthquake
  6. OMG
  7. "I got more chins than Chinatown." ROFLMAO!!!
  8. ...
  9. This is what i feel like when im not working out .......:-D:-D
  10. @Brady Goddard You do realize that if you even tap you're forehead you lose some brain cells thats why kids that were dropped on their head when they were dropped on the head as a kid are almost as bad as the downsyndrome, Hope that helps you understand, Im not against ponies I just not against Weird AL Yankovic I have listened to his music for years.
  11. Hahaha funny 
  12. Great intro
  13. What the hell
  14. For my mom brenda.she likes funny songs
  15. America 
  16. All those sound effects. Oohh man. This is so great. lmfao.
  17. For a moment I mistook this song as the new United States National Anthem.
  18. #angryfarts
  19. im fat o-o
  20. kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk
  21. So, what their saying is, fat people can dance better than that anyone...
  22. The comment was written a week ago thus they are under the impression Mj still hasn't seen it and I know he's seen it I saw him talk about it in an interview
  23. are you fat, or what?
  24. ok werid and wrong and funny and CREEPY!! XD o-o .-.
  25. Not only did Michael give Al permission for the parody, but the subway station set is the same one MJ had built for the "Badder" sequence in his "Moonwalker" movie.