Grammar Nerds Will Love Weird Al's Latest Parody

Erin McCarthy
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Maybe it's just because I'm an editor, but I think that Weird Al Yankovic's latest song, "Word Crimes"—a parody of Robin Thicke's kinda-creepy song "Blurred Lines"—is a masterpiece. Flossers obviously know the difference between its/it's and there/their/they're, but you'll still probably get a kick out of the lyric video, which you can watch below.

"Word Crimes" comes just a day after Yankovic released "Tacky," a parody of Pharell Williams' "Happy," which is also pretty great. You can get your copy of his new album, Mandatory Fun, here.