Glenn Beck ridiculed Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's "ban bossy" campaign on his radio program last week, but many at TheBlaze TV thought the video offered more opportunity for mockery.
That's why TheBlaze TV created a parody video to "ban quirky," featuring Pat Gray, Stu Burguiere, Dana Loesch, Buck Sexton, Will Cain, Andrew Wilkow, and Jeff Fisher.
For those who haven't seen the original "ban bossy" video, you can watch it below:
TheBlaze TV's parody opens in the same catchy style, interspersing the various personalities' experiences with the dreaded word.
"I think the word 'quirky' is, like," Wilkow began, "worse than a nuclear bomb," Loesch finished dramatically.
"Labels suck!" Burguiere added with a wag of the finger.
"We need to encourage, empower, and inspire kids to think out of the box," the group continued. "The best way to do that is to pretend words don't exist ... Let's ban quirky."
In the original video, Beyonce concluded by saying she's not "bossy;" she's "the boss." Similarly, Sexton said he's "not quirky;" he's "the quirkmeister."
That's when the inspirational music ended and Burguiere said plainly, "don't be an a**hole." You can tweet about the parody using the hashtag #banwords.
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