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Why wait for others to parody you when you can tap talent to do it for you. Mumford and Sons takes itself oh-so-unseriously and casts the likes of Jason Batemen, Ed Helms, Jason Sudeikis and Will Forte to create a humorous music video for their latest single "Hopeless Wanderer"

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College Humor exposes the hazards of falling in love at first sight.

The MTV Music Awards are this weekend, so in the spirit of competition, Cheezburger presents a parody off.
Cast your vote, or suggest a better contender in the poll below!

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This Gotye parody might finally be the Gotye parody to put all other Gotye parodies to rest (please?). Comedian Eric Schwartz wrote this version of "Somebody That I Used to Know" as meta-homage to his once-favorite single, now bludgeoned to death by covers, parodies, and endless radio replays.

Watch out for the shout-outs to prior versions, including the Star Wars parody, the five-people-playing-one-guitar cover, and a Jewish rendition.

It's a sentiment everyone shares, but by making this version, aren't you just becoming part of the problem?

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It's the CRJ parody to end (hopefully) all CRJ parodies. Seriously, where else can we go from here? Can we move on to a different song now?

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Just when the Backstreet Boys and 'Nsync were fading from memory, '90s fever catches up again with the Second Coming of the Boy Band. Already ridiculously popular in their native U.K., the preteen quintet One Direction has made enough of a splash in the U.S. for the predictable boy band backlash to occur. This particular parody doubles as a nice introduction to the band if you haven't heard of them yet.

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