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I like big buses; I cannot lie.
Set to Sir Mix-a-Lot’s very educational classic hit “Baby Got Back,” the video celebrates the end of summer and the return to school for the young Holderness children. Featured are short narratives about summer vacation and confusion over buying back-to-school supplies. And, as with “Christmas Jammies,” “Baby Got Class” is hilariously lame as only a G-rated suburban parody can be.
In keeping with the “Christmas Jammies” tradition, Penn Holderness makes sure to work family updates into the lyrics:
Kayaks and water slides
Penn Charles finally learned to swim
And Lola read to him.”
We can’t wait to see the Holderness family updates once their kids are old enough to go to senior prom.
Screengrab via The Holderness Family/YouTube
Mike Fenn is a former contributor to the Daily Dot whose beats included Reddit, YouTube, and all things WTF. His work has also appeared in Forbes and News.com.au.