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An Honest Interpretation Of "Baby It's Cold Outside"

The song "Baby It's Cold Outside" has become a staple of the holiday season, but personally I've always found the lyrics to be a bit creepy.

The guy in the song sounds like he's trying to politely insist that the woman stay with him, and he's practically willing to pretend like there's a snowpocalypse going on outside to keep her at his side.

It's the kind of insistence that often leads to an uncomfortable situation (and sometimes allegations of sexual harassment), but at least it also led to a hilarious video starring Scott Aukerman and Casey Wilson!

-Via Funny Or Die


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Yeah, "what's in this drink?", "lend me a comb", "what's the sense of hurting my pride".....creepy. Bill Cosby's theme song...
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South Park parodied this song with Taylor Swift trying to leave and Bill Cosby singing "But it's cold outside" and tying to get her to drink some "cocoa".
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They started playing it as a Christmas classic song just a couple of years ago, and it's always creeped me out. It's a classic seduction that could easily be classified as date rape. She says no, and he keeps wheedling her, giving her more alcohol, and guilt-tripping her.

It was an all right song for its time, but its only connection with Christmas is that it sounds vaguely like "Let it Snow."
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