Math is Fun. {Katy Perry + Sesame Street = College Humor}

Via on Oct 21, 2010

“Katy Perry Puppet Sex.”

Great spoof.

Math…is…fun! Don’t ever subtract! You’re learning quickly…soon we can multiply…I think you’re ready for more numbers to try…

I did well in math as a child, but it was always a chore. Too bad I didn’t have a visionary teacher showing the kids vids like this—we all woulda developed Beautiful Minds.

To see the original video with Katy Perry herself, click here.

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7 Responses to “Math is Fun. {Katy Perry + Sesame Street = College Humor}”

  1. Ebby says:

    OMFG LOL I was one of those parents who spazzed when I saw the original and this is hilarious.

  2. candicegarrett says:

    You know, the original didn't bother me. But this one–LOL! (and) Eew!

    • Ebby says:

      It only bothered me because it was Sesame Street and she was practically falling out of her dress, I don't want my little girl thinking people run around dressed like that normally. I don't want to create double standards for my kids.

  3. jolinda Van Haren says:

    Lol, too funny!

  4. Moreover the story shouldn’t be some wish or unrealistic statement, somewhat a fact.

  5. debora says:

    i love you

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