Watch Weird Al Give You a Crash Course in Grammar in ‘Blurred Lines’ Parody ‘Word Crimes’

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Might Robin Thicke be an easy target at this point, given the amount of backlash against 2013 hit single “Blurred Lines”‘s controversial yrics and new album Paula‘s lackluster sales? Yeah, possibly, but that sort of thing doesn’t stop a Weird Al Yankovic parody.

The parody artist and singer, on the second day of his eight-day string of video releases, dropped new album Mandatory Fun today (July 15), and after releasing “Tacky,” his “Happy” rendition, yesterday, he’s tackling Pharrell again with a version of “Blurred Lines” that’s bound to get grammar nazis from all over to stand up and cheer.

“Word Crimes,” the new video, doesn’t reference Thicke’s perhaps poor choice of words on the original. Instead, Weird Al is giving a lesson in grammar.

Related: Watch ‘Tacky,’ Weird Al’s ‘Happy’ Parody Featuring Jack Black, Kristen Schaal

“Everybody shut up,” he announces at the beginning of the video before launching into a bit of a tirade against improper English. “If you can’t write in the proper way / If you don’t know how to conjugate,” he sings, “Maybe you flunked that class / And maybe now you find / That people mock you online.”

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