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(Some Guy)   Merriam-Webster Dictionary sings all your favorite songs   ( divider line
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1359 clicks; posted to Main » on 08 Aug 2001 at 11:13 AM (20 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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Kat [TotalFark]
2001-08-08 11:28:15 AM  
i cant get it tooo worrrrkkkkkkkk. grrr, its ok i have most of these songs anywho.
2001-08-08 1:36:28 PM  
me either......

oh, yeah, SECOND!

2001-08-08 2:07:17 PM  
This is SOOO amazing!
only 447 clicks? You're kidding me, I just laughed my way through the Ramones, and Judas Priest is up next.

the work of warped genius!
2001-08-08 2:21:18 PM  
Thanks to Code Red, I'm getting pinged and port scanned so much that it is resembling a DoS attack here (well, my ISP is blaming it on the proliferation of Code Red, and why should I doubt them?), so I'm not going to be able to DL any of these. Is the Icy Hot Stuntaz track as bad as I imagine?
2001-08-08 2:24:34 PM  
As soon as I saw that article about the talking dictionary, I KNEW this was coming...
2001-08-08 2:27:51 PM  
Some are better than others, but they're all making me laugh or groan.
2001-08-08 6:54:19 PM  

-= rei =-
2001-08-08 7:25:31 PM  
Glad you're enjoying the tracks. More are on the way.

Feel free to make some Dictionaraoke of your own. Ingredients: a good sequencing program like FruityLoops or Acid, a karaoke MIDI file ( has a bunch), and the dictionary pronunciation files ( and Mix well. Serves thousands.

By the way, we're taking requests.
2001-08-08 8:07:31 PM  
I made one myself, before I saw this site. It's Blink 182's "Family Reunion"
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