Alec Couros, one fantastic educational technologist, who recently also got his tenure at University of Regina, finally went viral officially on YouTube with his medley “Alec Goes Viral“.
Curious as I am, I watched it, but could only decipher two of the videos / songs that he imitated.
The first one was really easy as it was “Numa Numa“, a YouTube classic.
The second segment in his short video is a musical drive-thru order. The one original that I know best is RhettandLink‘s “Fast Food Folk Song“. They have been doing some pretty funny songs including commercials for local businesses.
The third video in Alec’s medley is still a mystery to me. Any hints?
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please share when you find out. watched this fri night. tickled me pink.
Actually, Alec just tweeted me the real videos. As it turns out, I only got the “Numa Numa” right. 😉
The drive-thru video source was the “bigmac drive thru rap” and the third one was a song sung by Eduard Khil (more on the video in the Internet Meme section) that was posted as “Trololo“.