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Brace yourself for this summer’s soundtrack.

Enjoy this slice of gimmicky white-dude hip-hop while it’s fresh, because soon it’ll be an unavoidable fact of life. Junior Barsity’s “Bounce House,” aside from its titular subject, covers topics ranging from Grey Poupon and baby shoes to health insurance and Settlers of Catan—everything, one might argue, that has no place in a rap video. 

Also, it’s catchy as hell.

Honestly, can you imagine any facet of your life that wouldn’t be improved by access to a giant, inflatable, weird-smelling tent? Don’t even try, you’ll hurt yourself. (Just like you won’t in a bounce house.)

H/T Hypervocal | Photo via strengthofawalrus/YouTube

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