Are you familiar with the work of Rhett and Link? They're YouTube comedy folk who create millions of chuckles all over the world with their videos, and their latest, a rap parody, is an absolute delight.
Called The Thoughtful Guy Rap, it poses a series of very important questions that you may well have thought before yourself, but never thought you'd hear out loud - or in a rap music video, for that matter.
Watching it for the third (or fourth or fifth) time here in the Huffington Post UK office, we thought it would be a good idea to gather together all our favourite rap parodies from over the years into one handy video gallery, and lo and behold, here's the result.
Needless to say, things kick off with Rhett and Link's opus - which is entirely safe for kiddlywinks and the like - but as the list goes on, certain sweary moments and references to sexual activities creep in, so now you know.
Anyway, it's all good, and it's all funny, so sit back, relax and prepare to giggle to the beat.
'The Thoughtful Guy Rap'
When you think about it, this song is awesome. Then when you think about it some more, it gets even more awesome. Which is awesome, thinking about it.
'Everyday Normal Guy'
The most fun, most boring song of all time - and we mean that as a compliment.
'The Fresh Prince of Downton Abbey'
College Humor, we salute you. We also salute Adam WarRock for <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/02/downton-abbey-rap-adam-warrock_n_1317196.html" target="_hplink">this Downtonesque number...</a>
'I Got It On eBay'
It's funny because it's too true. Too true, in fact.
Before you even thought of making a spoof rap song, Rodney "Caddyshack" Dangerfield got their first, winning himself a Grammy in the process. Respect!
'Threw It On The Ground'
Are you an adult? Because Andy Samberg is. BIG TIME.
'White And Nerdy'
No list of musical spoofs would be complete without a little bit of Weird Al Yancovic, and this one is the whitest and nerdiest and most wonderful of them all. Hear me now!
¿Donde Esta La Biblioteca?
Cruelly ignored over in the UK, NBC's <em>Community</em> is TV comedy super gold - the best kind of gold, in fact. Here's a rap that proves our point from Try and Abed, you lucky things.
Branksome is a town in Dorset - and now your new favourite rap song (possibly).
'Newport State Of Mind'
Sometimes, when Comic Relief attempts to take an online meme and make its own version, it really doesn't work - this is not one of those times.
'Auto-Tune The News'
The Auto-Tune The News crew are are now a bit of an internet institution and that's a very good thing. After all, without them, who would Auto-Tune The News? Well, quite.
To call this a rap song would be generous, but we're generous people here at Huffington Post UK Comedy, so there you have it. Besides, David O'Doherty is extremely funny, so it's all good.
Another Lonely Island number here, and it's a creepy one. <em><a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7yfISlGLNU" target="_hplink">I'm On A Boat</a></em> was another option, of course, but it just wasn't creepy enough. Sorry about that.