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Pop Punk Bands Of The 2000s Hilariously Described With John Mulaney Quotes

American stand-up comedian, John Mulaney, and some of his quotes go terribly well with band names. Whether it's Blink-182 or My Chemical romance, this list includes some of the most loved and loathed and trolled, bands of the 2000s; and as it turns out, they pair wonderfully well with some John Mulaney funnies. 

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Twitter is Spoofing the Hell Out of Coachella's Lineup

Coachella has released their lineup for this year, and twitter was there with their response. People thought up some pretty interesting and specific acts. Not much of a Coachella person, but would pay to see Sandra Bullock in a blindfold, just kinda wandering around.

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Genius Teenager Sneaks Into VIP Section at Concert By Editing Band's Wikipedia Page

Apparently Wikipedia's still relevant and serves a much higher purpose than taking up space in a works cited page starved for more sources cause Sparks Notes and Cliff Notes only took you so far. Yes. A trickster-destined purpose like getting a devious little fanboy into a concert by allowing him to go into the band's info and change it so that he's the newest member of the family. Job well done, bro. Hope the V-Neck outfitted, Fedora-capped, Axe body spray-suffocated VIP pit of pick-up line peddling goonery is worth it. But hey, lest we forget he's guaranteed to bump into some hot chicks that showed up with every intention to Insta-Snapchat the shit out of each other, cause the lighting is on fleek. 

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David Spargo apparently really wanted to meet the band "Peking Duk," so much so that he was willing to poorly edit the band's Wikipedia entry in order to convince a security guy he belonged backstage. Lucky for him, it worked.



The ill-placed and poorly formatted "Family David Spargo" was legit enough to dupe a surprisingly gullible security guard into letting David past him, where he introduced himself to the band:

"We ended up having a bunch of beers with him and he was an absolute legend. He wasn’t a creep or anything. He was like the most normal dude we’ve ever met. That’s what makes it more hilarious."

Was it worth it? Absolutely. 



Would it work a second time? Probably not.

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That's Sweden's army brass band playing off King Carl XVI, who just turned 70. Hopefully he likes that club sound!