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The Man Behind ‘Friday’ Is Terrorizing Us Again With the So-Awful-It’s-Good ‘Chinese Food’ [VIDEO]

Oh, boy, here we go again.

The evil genius who created Rebecca Black’s ‘Friday’ is back and this time he’s exploiting a tween’s love of…not Justin Bieber, not texting, but Chinese food. Yes, you read that right.

In this video for a song called ‘Chinese Food,’ Alison Gold belts out (depending on your point of view) a heavenly 3:28 ode to such foods as egg rolls and wonton soup.

Patrice Wilson, who wrote, rapped and appeared in the video for ‘Friday,’ is the man behind ‘Chinese Food.’ Will it resonate and aggravate America as much as Rebecca Black’s anthem? Time will tell, but, like an order of General Tso’s chicken, we have a hunch you’ll go back for more about an hour after you watch this.

Check out the video for ‘Friday’ below to figure out which song is more nauseating fantastic ridiculous memorable. Oh, heck, you choose your own word.

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