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Weird Al's 'Word Crimes' Is The 'Blurred Lines' Parody Every Grammar Nerd Secretly Wanted

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Grammarians, rejoice!

Weird Al's latest video, "Word Crimes," offers viewers a humorous schooling in the correct usage of often misused words, and it's set to the unmistakable tune of Robin Thicke's much-maligned "Blurred Lines."

If you're worried Weird Al is only jumping on the grammar bandwagon because it's a hip, easy way to connect with the youth (who are clearly into this sort of thing), fear not. The eccentric artist has been a tireless advocate for years now, as this 2010-era GIF illustrating the difference between "less" and "fewer" proves:

The video is part of Weird Al's latest album, "Mandatory Fun," set to hit stores Tuesday, July 15.

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