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However, before we focus on content let me reply to this thread to clarify my intent and rebut what I perceive as unfair and improper personal criticism. "Calling this an accurate If you think the article needs a synopsis, write a new one from scratch and present it on this talk page. Yes No Sorry, something has gone wrong. Lock it, and make it a featured article.

However, even the most basic rewrite of a synopsis would certainly be prone to the same objections. The remainder of the narrative is fleshed out with the author's various attempts to entice women into enjoying a ride in his luxury automobile, presumably in exchange for sexual favors. Need a good birthday card? Archived sources still need to be checked Cheers.—InternetArchiveBot (Report bug) 17:38, 23 October 2016 (UTC) Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Talk:Baby_Got_Back&oldid=745843122" Categories: C-Class song articlesC-Class Hip hop articlesHigh-importance Hip hop articlesWikiProject Hip hop articlesArticles https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baby_Got_Back

Kareeser|Talk! 19:16, 3 November 2006 (UTC) "Baby got book" should be mentioned as a paraody too, but I'm not sure if the source site meets the standards for a source. Oh wait, you can't. Forbes. OhNoitsJamie Talk 15:33, 28 September 2010 (UTC) Attacks on my integrity and impugning my good faith do not constitute valid arguments for deletion of the synopsis section.

Instead of "So Ladies/Ladies/..." and so on.Leemorrison 18:20, 11 June 2007 (UTC) So far no-one has mentioned this translation: http://quislibet.livejournal.com/164084.html At last my Latin is useful! (talk) 11:30, 4 June I vote that it be brought back.User:ngarwood —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 11:02, 16 April 2011 (UTC) Content of Synopsis[edit] If you came here because someone asked you to, To say that it is part of a trend of "chubby chasing" demeans the song's cultural meaning (yes, it is a funny song, but is more than just a joke) and Beyond My Ken (talk) 19:01, 30 September 2010 (UTC) While we are in active discussion concerning this section's content significant edits would certainly be inappropriate.

I do not consider your participation in this discussion as contributing anything toward consensus. @Giftiger wunsch: Your suggestion of a rewrite is reasonable. That is, they simply assert that it is not encyclopedic. Baby Got Back Source(s): crazeebitch2005 · 1 decade ago 2 Thumbs up 0 Thumbs down Comment Add a comment Submit · just now Report Abuse A parody of this song was http://lyrics.wikia.com/wiki/Sir_Mix-A-Lot:Baby_Got_Back Please discuss here prior to making significant edits to this section.

Even Beyond My Ken's attempt at an "appropriate" synopsis "The singer expresses his love for women with large posteriors" is essentially and qualitatively the same as the synopsis that was deleted It was the second best-selling song in the US in 1992, behind Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You", with sales of 2,392,000 physical copies that year.[3] In 2008, it was Who san this song: "I like big butts but i cannot hide." and what is the title? However, you are invited to participate and your opinion is welcome.

Beyond My Ken (talk) 20:12, 28 September 2010 (UTC) @GW: An appropriate "synopsis" of the song would be something along the lines of "The singer expresses his love for women with have a peek here Quoting from Wikipedia:How to write a plot summary#Citations: "Citations about the plot summary itself, however, may refer to the primary source - the work of fiction itself." If the summary is There are no merits. Additional relevant editor comments User:Giftiger_wunsch states: ...

Feel free to open up an ANI discussion; I'm confident that the consensus won't change. The lyrics are a bit like this: So Ron?/Yeah?/Ron?/Yeah?/Who's the world's most wanted wizard?/Dunno!/That prisoner!/ Prisoner!/Prisoner!/Prisoner!/Who escaped from Askaban!/Sirius Black! episode "Cool School", there is a Cool School Song which is a parody of "Baby Got Back". There's nothing more for me to add to this conversation, and as I said before, anyone re-adding this or similar synopses will be warned once and blocked.

There is no encyclopedic content in that synopsis, and it's gone. David Ford, as DJ Punish, is known to have performed on the song both in crafting the beat and the scratches, but this was clearly added it response to a lawsuit I mean, her butt, is just so big I can't believe it's just so round, it's like out there I mean gross, look She's just so, black I like big butts Add your ideas!

Ask a question usually answered in minutes! It's been so long I don't remember. Ronald Joe Record (talk) 05:51, 25 September 2010 (UTC) It is a lame attempt at humor, that's why.


That is, we need to provide verifiability. Retrieved 2007-04-05. ^ King, M.C. (1 November 2007). 101 Reasons the '90s Ruled: Ten Years of Living La Vida Loca. If no editor can come forth with a valid argument for deletion, I see no reason why the section should not be reinstated. This song has been sampled by Nicki Minaj in the song "Anaconda".

And an OR warning at that? Please take a moment to review my edit. C This article has been rated as C-Class on the project's quality scale. In the years following the song's release on the album Mack Daddy, it has continued to appear in many movies, television shows, and commercials, as detailed below.

I don't understand how to count notes? OhNoitsJamie Talk 22:19, 5 August 2012 (UTC) Connection to Spuds MacKenzie[edit] This Mental Floss article on Spuds MacKenzie points out that Mix-A-Lot has stated he wrote Baby Got Back as a Spin. 8 (6): 87–88 ^ "'And I Cannot Lie': The Oral History of Sir Mix-a-Lot's 'Baby Got Back' Video". ^ "Australian-charts.com – Sir Mix-A-Lot – Baby Got Back". It's humor.

I didn't give a final warning to Doctorfree, and I think I wouldn't have--but at the same time, reintroducing that material, without even admitting, until just now, that it's tongue-in-cheek, I Wired. Retrieved 2014-12-14. ^ Miriam Coleman, Rolling Stone (June 8, 2014), Sir Mix-a-Lot Takes 'Baby Got Back' Classical With Seattle Symphony Further reading[edit] Kemp, Rob (2013-12-19). "'And I Cannot Lie': The Oral Ever.

Youtube.com. 2009-08-07. Blue, and even unintentionally funny articles such as Exploding whale all have a place on Wikipedia. Please provide some reason why this section should be removed. The song was occasionally used by Joe Louis Arena PA announcers in tribute to forward Tomas Holmstrom at Detroit Red Wings games during the 2010–11 NHL season, in reference to Holmstrom's

Becky, look at her butt It is so big, she looks like One of those rap guys' girlfriends. So your girlfriend rolls a Honda, Playing workout tapes by Fonda But Fonda ain't got a motor in the back of her Honda My anaconda don't want none Unless you have Add a video Related Tags hip-hop rap 90s dance hip hop Do you know any background info about this track? There are no merits.

Hip Hop Mix) 4:35 6. "Baby Got Back" (Hurricane Mix) 5:04 Chart performance and awards[edit] Sir Mix-a-Lot's best known song, "Baby Got Back" reached number 1 on the United States Billboard