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Pen Pineapple Apple Pen - PPAP (Pikotaro) (& Japanese)
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A weird song gone viral to say farewell to 2016.

And this is my favourite cover: Pen Pineapple twin sisters cover.

Chad Wild Clay sucks!
Who said that?
Well maybe I did, you silly looking fool!
Well maybe I should introduce you to my fist!
Well maybe imma show you my Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen!
And what exactly is a Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen?
Well, I'm so glad you asked!

I have a pen,
I have a apple...
Uh!
Apple Pen.
I have a pen,
I have pineapple,
Uh!
Pineapple Pen.
Apple Pen,
Pineapple Pen,
Uh!
Pen Pineapple Apple Pen!


Pen Pineapple Apple Pen!


No!
No!






I have a pen,
I have an apple,
Uh!
Apple Pen.
I have a pen,
I have pineapple, Uh!
Pineapple Pen.
Apple Pen,
Pineapple Pen,
Uh!
Pen Pineapple Apple Pen

Pen Pineapple Apple Pen

Uh...what the?

AAAhhhhh!!



The Pen Pineapple Apple Pen.

Coming soon to an Apple Store near you!










CHAD WILD CLAY SUCKS!= (coll.) If something sucks, that means you think it's terrible, you don't like it at all. Chad Wild Clay is the blond American Boy in the video.

I SHOULD INTRODUCE YOU TO MY FIST= To introduce somebody is to show them and tell them who they are, so you both meet. But this is a sarcastic expression that means: I should hit you with my fist = I should give you a punch in the face.

IMMA= I'ma = I'm going to (colloquial AmE)

I'M SO GLAD YOU ASKED= (coll.) This is a common reply in conversations in any situation where the other person asks a question on a topic that you want to talk about. A common short version for this is: Glad you asked!

A APPLE= It should be AN APPLE, but either he makes a mistake or he doesn't need to use the -N because he pronounces a glotal stop before the word APPLE. As you can see, the native American boy who later repeats this does make the -N, although he also makes a glotal stop before "apple".

PINEAPPLE /paɪnæpəl/ see picture

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