‘NFL Bad Lip Reading’ back with hilariously brilliant 2015 edition (video)
Featuring the likes of Tony Romo, Cam Newton, Peyton Manning, Colin Kaepernick, the immensely gifted wisenheimers behind the Internet phenomenon “Bad Lip Reading” are back with a new video. And as expected, given their previous NFL-related endeavors (see here and here), it is as funny as all get-out.
“NFL 2015 — A Bad Lip Reading of The NFL” features the above-noted superstars, among others, and the uproariously misinterpreted comments they made on the sidelines, on the field and elsewhere, all ingeniously and amazingly appearing to coincide with the movements of their mouths. It truly is a sight to behold.
There are few things funnier than imagining Cam Newton kneeling in the huddle, appearing to look out into the stands and saying, “Who am I seeing? Who am I seeing? Who am I seeing? Vivian? Oh. She just saw me. Go, go, go!”
Or Newton again, seemingly telling this story: “Once there was this prince. He came from like, Syria, okay? And he lived with some peaceful monkeys outside his aunt’s boyfriend’s cabin and had an old sheepdog named Paco Sinbad.”
Then there’s none other than referee extraordinaire Ed Hochuli telling Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton, “You know that man that had the cocaine? Turns out he’s a coke dealer.”
Or Cincinnati Bengals head coach appearing to sing, “Disco, disco. And the beat don’t die in bingo town. You LOVE Funyuns!”
And that’s just a few of the countless “bad lip readings” contained therein. Amazing, amazing stuff.