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YMMV: Bo Burnham
  • Crosses the Line Twice: He songs about things like Helen Keller being the perfect woman, falling in love with an old woman and then her three-year-old granddaughter, giving head to Satan, a young boy named Adolf with all of the mannerisms of Adolf Hitler, and a barbeque hosted by the Ku Klux Klan. But it's okay, because it's hilarious.
  • Genius Bonus: "What's domain, domain range? / A kid with too much in his pants". In math, domain is expressed by x, while range is expressed by ythe joke here being that said person is "XXY", which is the chromosomal makeup for a hermaphrodite.
  • Growing the Beard: If he hasn't already, judging by this interview, he's about to.
    • He's done this a few times actually. Went from typical musical comedy about being in love with an old person and KKK jokes, to brilliant, layered humor through a bunch of mediums, and seriocomic pieces such as Art is Dead.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: In Welcome to YouTube, he says that "most of the best YouTubers are either Asian or they're gay, so there's an untapped YouTube celebrity and his name is George Takei." While he's not so much specifically a YouTube celebrity, but since the song's debut, Takei has gained a huge internet following.
  • What Do You Mean, It Wasn't Made on Drugs?: The music video for "Words, Words, Words". Boy howdy.

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