Don't Cha Wish Your Music Parody Game Was Hot Like This? Jonathan Coulton parodies some of Rolling Stone music critic Rob Sheffield's favorite summer songs in a game about summer annoyances. Don't forget your SPF.
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Don't Cha Wish Your Music Parody Game Was Hot Like This?

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Don't Cha Wish Your Music Parody Game Was Hot Like This?

Don't Cha Wish Your Music Parody Game Was Hot Like This?

Don't Cha Wish Your Music Parody Game Was Hot Like This?

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Rolling Stone writer Rob Sheffield lends his musical expertise to Jonathan Coulton's parody game about summer songs on Ask Me Another at the Bell House in Brooklyn, New York. Mike Katzif/NPR hide caption

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Rolling Stone writer Rob Sheffield lends his musical expertise to Jonathan Coulton's parody game about summer songs on Ask Me Another at the Bell House in Brooklyn, New York.

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Jonathan Coulton parodies some of Rolling Stone music critic Rob Sheffield's favorite summer songs in a game about summer annoyances. Don't forget your SPF.

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