Friday, October 18, 2013

Alison Gold and Patrice Wilson's "Chinese Food" (our very own Chucky C. Chuckles REACTS)

OH GOD What have I done? panda gif (from the internets)

Welp, I thought it was quite important that I blurt out an entry today at good ole (as I have not done this in awhile)...  so indeed, that is what I have done.

And the topic of today's hastily thrown together post is Alison Gold's "Chinese Food" (Official Music Video).

D.J. Patrice Wilson (the genius behind Alison Gold's "Chinese Food")

The video is another triumph for Patrice Wilson (the producer of "Friday") as far as being a viral video sensation is concerned.

Critically speaking, however...  the reviews have at best been MIXED...

Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker are featured in this Star Wars meme

Luckily, there is one source where you can go to receive the unvarnished truth on these matters.  Our very own Chucky C. Chuckles gives you an honest video review of "Chinese Food" and reveals some other things the anti-Rebecca Black mainstream media would not dare tell you.  So just watch the vid below and tell us what you think in the comments section...

Well, anywho...  i don't really know what the motives of this Patrice Wilson character are...


...but, I know that Chucky C. Chuckles and I wish you all the very best.

the "no one gives a f*ck" sloth

Once again thank you, and please remember to support your local zoo...

Stay classy, Chicago!


  1. It has been a while since you've made a post and you come back with a pretty good youtube video as always, so quite a good return.

  2. I need to make my own horrible song and get millions of views. Rake in that delicious Google ad money.

  3. This is a very clever video. No one thought of making a paean to Chinese food before and there are 1.2 billion Chinese who will bask in the glow of national pride on seeing a blond American girl admire their cuisine. On the minus side, the fake panda is ridiculous and she doesn't praise noodles, which makes me doubt whether she really likes Chinese food. I would guess the video was funded by Dr Fu Manchu rather than the El Diablo guy.

    P.S. There's no need for word verification if you're also moderating comments.

    1. The word verification is there because spam bots were sending me like 100 comments an hour at one point. The spam filter catches most of them, but then I still get 100 e-mails notifying me of comments...and besides some legitimate comments get buried with all the spam, and I would miss those. Having the word verification puts those bots out of business. I have to moderate comments manually because of the dickhead troll that would post 10 idiotic comments an hour on my website. I approve almost all comments I get (even ones viciously attacking me), but these comments were such a bizarre heap of blubbering stupidity, they made not only a mockery of my website, but of civilized society in general. I wish I didn't have to use either word verification, or comment moderation, but you can send a big thank you card to the quivering assholes of the internets for that!

  4. I'm going to disagree with G.B. Pandas are great, either real or fake.

  5. I have no intention of listening to the video. I have better things to do with my time.

  6. jervaise brooke hamsterNovember 1, 2013 at 7:39 PM

    I want to bugger Carrie Fisher (as the bird was in 1974 when the bird was 18, not as the bird is now obviously).

    1. What about Yoda? I'd think trolls would find him hot.

    2. Best response to a troll ever!

    3. If I ever become a millionaire, I will fund YOUR gifs and memes!!