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PARODIES

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Emily Van Note

on 14 December 2013

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Transcript of PARODIES

Parodies
An imitation of the style of a particular writer, artist, or genre with deliberate exaggeration for comic effect.
What are parodies?
Are parodies legal?
According to law.com parody is "the humorous use of an existing song, play, or writing which changes the words to give farcical and ironic meaning." Law.com says that court decisions have favored parodies and that "there is a free speech issue involved in these decisions since parodies traditionally have social and political significance."
EXAMPLE 1:
What Makes You Beautiful - One Direction Parody! Key of Awesome #57
Example 2:
Bruno Mars Grenade PARODY! Key of Awesome #35!
Example 3:
Macklemore - Thrift Shop PARODY! Key of Awesome #69
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Key of AWESOME!!!
(For now)
THE END!!!
By Emily Van Note
OTHER PARODIES
Not all parodies have to be of a song. It could also be something like this:
Answer: YES
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