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Do you remember the cringe-worthy song "Friday" by Rebecca Black? Who are we kidding -- it's impossible to forget! We can't say, "It's Friday" without humming "gotta get down on Friday."
Now ARK Music Factory -- the company responsible for making Black an unlikely Internet phenomenon -- has produced another ridiculous song. And this time, it's about Chinese food.
Alison Gold is the latest tween whose parents have paid ARK mastermind Patrice Wilson a lot of cash to write a song and produce a music video for their kid. (What happened to buying them a new car?)
It's not that Gold's voice or performance are bad. It's the cheesy video, awful lyrics, and the long list of Asian sterotypes in both. "I love Chinese food (yeah)/You know that it’s true (yeah)/I love fried rice (yeah)/I love noodles (yeah)/I love chow mein/chow m-m-m-m-mein," sings Gold.
They also rhymes "broccoli" with "Monopoly." Oh, and there's a grown man in a panda costume.
We have no words.
Check out the video below and have your perception of Chinese cuisine, just like Fridays, altered forever.
Teresa Roca is an iVillage contributing writer. Follow her on Google+.