Here’s another song for the the legions of Sugar Fix fans (the FaceBook fan count is now up to 10 — take that Beatles). If you don’t know what “Rule 34″ is, just pull out your trusty Urban Dictionary and look it up. Go ahead, I’ll wait.
Got it? Good. Unfortunately, that’s not quite enough information to understand the song, as the song is about my favorite example of Rule 34, the illicit love between dragons and cars. I’m not sure that I need to point out that though I find it endlessly entertaining, it’s not a personally exciting scenario (not that there’s anything wrong with that — well, maybe there is). While the song is quite SFW there are some drawings of the non-SFW variety that will explain this phenomenon in more, ahem, detail. I really encourage you not to look at the drawings as you will never know blissful ignorance again — there’s no going back after looking. But if you must, here’s the link.
(On a side note, I do wonder how dragons “loving” cars can truly be considered NSFW given that dragons don’t exist, and even if they did I doubt they’d be attracted to cars. But that’s an entirely separate topic I suppose.)
At the very least, I think I can safely say that this is the first, only, and almost certainly last song you’ll ever hear on this topic.