Talk:Sing This Explosion to Me

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Clearly a reference to "This Corrosion" by The Sisters of Mercy, featuring the lyric:

"Hey now, hey now now; sing this corrosion to me"

(full lyrics at

Any thoughts on "Frat Boy Lean"?

--Chaos five 13:34, 18 July 2007 (CDT)

My only idea is a long shot poke towards Fat Boy Slim, but I don't see how that'd work. --Sparksol 22:41, 30 July 2007 (CDT)

I'm willing to second the thought about the SoM reference. "Frat Boy Lean" is a little stranger. At first, I thought he was referencing a lean-to, which is crappy housing, but "lean" is also a slang term for a recreational drug made with cough syrup. God only knows why you'd be in that, though. Mr. Blonde 03:32, 22 July 2007 (CDT)

I'm almost certain that "frat boy lean" is a reference to Fat Boy Slim. "Lean" and "slim" are synonyms meaning "skinny," and "frat" and "fat" are just one letter apart. The "boy" is exactly the same in both. I'm adding it. --DuckAndCower 08:29, 17 December 2009 (UTC)

I'm going to go with it being a reference to the "gangsta lean", which is gangster Valhalla. (Not to be confused with the "gangster lean", which is the slumped-over way that gangsters drive.) This song (or one very similar) was fairly popular a number of years back. --Dram 08:16, 13 February 2010 (UTC)

Bro rape video reference

  • The famous internet video '[Bro Rape]' (over 3 million views, a spoof on dateline's to catch a predator) has a main character 'chad'. chad was invented by 'dateline' to catch college kids (frat boys) who want to bro rape chad. I think this encounter might be a reference to this video, but i dont want to say anything until i get a second. If you agree, please add it for me because i'm terrible at explaining things.--Burkeyturkey 21:26, 30 July 2007 (CDT)