If you like wonton soup, egg rolls and fried rice, you might like this one. Much like Rebecca Black and the saga known as “Friday,” unknown young girl Alison Gold has released a music video for her single, “Chinese Food.” In the confusing, heavily auto-tuned single, Gold talks about how Chinese food and “chow mein, chow mein, cow me-me-me-me-mein” make her feel so good after a night of “clubbin’.” She spots her favorite Chinese restaurant and orders the works for herself, meets a giant Panda and frolics through the field with him. We’re not joking.
Take a look at the 11 craziest moments:
Things are definitely off to a good start if the noodles are shooting out rainbows.
Alison is showing us the negative effects of a life without chow mein. “This is your brain not on Chinese food.” (Also, “grumpy” is “grumpy” in Spanish!)
“Her song might not make much sense, but she’s ordering enough to keep us in business through 2016.” Smile and nod, smile and nod.
An order well made! Time to brush my shoulders off.
Hebrew subtitles — not to mention subtitles in nearly every other language — and a giant panda? Totally normal.
…and this can mean only one thing:
It’s time to hold hands and frolic in the field!
And now the “panda” has joined their slumber party.
The recurring rainbow motif must be a symbol for…um, we’ll have to think about it.
Just in case you missed that last part.
Watch the video in full below:
What do you think of “Chinese Food”? And between Rebecca Black’s “Friday” and “Chinese Food,” who wins?