Liberals can never let a holiday go by without trying to make it all about themselves.
First, they offered talking points to argue politics at Thanksgiving, and now the target is one of the most popular Christmas carols of all time, “Baby It’s Cold Outside.”
And a pair of social justice warriors rewrote it to make it more politically correct.
Affinity Magazine, that calls itself a mix of “pop culture with social justice and politics,” contended that the catchy tune is actually about rape.
“What is also unmistakable are the lyrics, now considered to be extremely problematic, that highlight a woman being put in an uncomfortable and coercive situation by a man,” the author, Will Triak, wrote. I mean c’mon one lyric is actually ‘Ought to say, no, no, no sir’ to which the man responds ‘Mind if I move in closer?’ It’s mindblowing that the world ignored lyrics like these for the near 60 years that this song has been out.”
The only thing “mind-blowing” about that, is the fact that someone believes rape is being described in that scene.
First, let’s destroy the premise.
In the lyrics, the article’s author cited the woman in the story said she “ought to say no” not that she did say it. And the man asks permission to move closer to her. There seems to be no force of any kind but liberals found a way to get on their collective soapbox about it.
And a pair of them, a Minnesota couple named Lydia Liza and Josiah Lemanski, decided to rewrite the tune with a more politically correct and ridiculous tone.
I really can’t stay/Baby I’m fine with that
I’ve got to go away/Baby I’m cool with that
This evening has been/Been hoping you get home safe
So very nice/I’m glad you had a real good time
My mother will start to worry/Call her so she knows that you’re coming
Father will be pacing the floor/Better get your car a-humming
So really I’d better scurry/No rush.
Should I use the front or back door?/Which one are you pulling towards more?
The neighbors might think/That you’re a real nice girl
What is this drink?/Pomegranate La Croix
I wish I knew how/Maybe I can help you out
To break this spell/I don’t know what you’re talking about
I ought to say no, no, no/you reserve the right to say no
At least I’m gonna say that I tried/you reserve the right to say no
I really can’t stay/…Well you don’t have to
Baby it’s cold outside
I’ve got to get home/Do you know how to get there from here
Say, where is my coat/I’ll go and grab it my dear
You’ve really been grand/We’ll have to do this again
Yes I agree/How ’bout the Cheesecake Factory?
We’re bound to be talking tomorrow/Text me at your earliest convenience
At least I have been getting that vibe/Unless I catch pneumonia and die
I’ll be on my way/Thanks for the great night
“We started thinking of the open-ended questions that song has,” Liza, 22, told CNN. “You never figure out if she gets to go home. You never figure out if there was something in her drink. It just leaves you with a bad taste in your mouth.”
“I’ve always had a big problem with the song. It’s so aggressive and inappropriate,” Lemanski, 25, added.
This rewrite makes Obamacare’s pajama boy look like Rambo next to Lemanski.
What do you think?
The duo told CNN the rewrite started out as an attempt to do a “cool, funny thing.”
If they want to learn how to parody the song in a cool, funny way they ought to watch the Comedy Central team of Key & Peele’s hilarious rendition.
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