You’ll never look at the Count the same way again

As Mightygodking noted: there’s only one joke to this video, but HOLY CHRIST it’s a good one.

Hang on, doesn’t what he do to the candles and what he does to himself when he’s alone count as the same thing? Wait, ‘scuse me: [bleep] as the same thing?

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  1. 1
    rebyj says:

    OH MY BLEEP!!!the tune is like what you hear at Jewish wedding receptions when they hoist the groom up in the chair. I had that vision in my head the entire video.

    stick the groom in a chair and sing along!!

    “sometimes i sit and beep all day”
    “slowly slowly slowly getting faster faster faster it is so exciting i could bleep forever till i drop”

    the C word sure bleeps a lotta things..those poor spiders on the wall and cobwebs in the hall..by the time he got to the candles I was hyperventilating.

    that was HILARIOUS!

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    Cori says:

    ::Sporfle:: My childhood!

  3. 3
    SarahLynn says:

    Thanks for making me spit out the tea I was trying to drink…I’m with rebyj on the hyperventilating, except that I couldn’t breath after the first couple lines.  Hilarious!!

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    RandomRanter says:

    At this moment, it is so good that I don’t have kids, because I would be a really long time before I would be able to explain to them why I find this song so funny.  Oh, thanks.

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    Vash says:

    Oh. My. God. I remember this song… and it is now tarnished forever!

    BWAHAHAHAHAHA

  6. 6

    When I’m alone, I [BLEEP] myself!

    Oh God, that’s terrible and brilliant at the same time.  Good Lord, I hurt from laughing!

  7. 7

    By the way, I work with a special-needs child who LOVES Sesame Street so I see it Every. Single. Day.  And now it will never be the same again.

  8. 8

    OMG – that was too funny!

    Guess next thing we’ll see is the Count being banned as a bad influence on children. Sort of like Santa – apparently he’s been asked to “slim down” to set a better example for kids and also not to say “ho ho ho” because it could be offensive to women.

    Get a grip people!!!! (And a sense of humor)

  9. 9

    That lasted a really long time, at nearly 2am, alone in my apartment.

    Oh wait. Now I sound like him.

    Bleep.

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    Freezair says:

    The source of this little jewel would be one Neil Cicierega, the same fellow who brought the world the Potter Puppet Pals.

    http://wiki.illemonati.com/The_Song_of_the_Count With MP3 download link!

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    Nora Roberts says:

    Ernie and Bert fanfic, now the bleeping count! What, oh, what, is in store for Big Bird?

    I must send that video to my boys, in memory of our days together with Sesame Street.

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    KCfla says:

    OMG!
    I’m so glad my kids are past the age to watch that show. I would not be able to explain my uncontrollable laughter for this one!
    Bleep? *SNORT*

  13. 13

    It’s really a testament to how incredibly juvenile I am that this thing made me laugh as hard as I did.

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    Joanna S. says:

    Hey, I wonder if he also counts strokes as he [BLEEPS!] himself…No wonder he’s always laughing and is able to deal with his OCD so well! 

    (I say this knowing that I’m a bad, bad person who thinks of bad, bad things. But I am soooo not sorry!)

  15. 15

    What a timely day to see this video – because apparently Sesame Street already warped all of our minds, early on:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2007/11/18/magazine/18wwln-medium-t.html?pagewanted=1&_r=1

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    Invisigoth says:

    Oh, lord that was funny!  No wonder they say Sesame Street Old School is for adults only!

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