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Satire vs. Parody. Satire vs. Parody Satire is defined as irony or caustic wit used to attack or expose folly, vice, or stupidity.

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2 Satire vs. Parody

3 Satire is defined as irony or caustic wit used to attack or expose folly, vice, or stupidity.

4 Now watch the segment of comedian Brad Stine’s comic routine called “Chopsticks.” Look for his definition of satire as you watch and listen to his routine.

5 According to Brad Stine, satire may be defined as using a ridiculous scenario to make a ____ ____.

6 According to comedian Brad Stine, satire may be defined as using a ridiculous scenario to make a finer point.

7 Satire differs from parody because the latter is defined as an imitation of a serious work or the signature style of a particular author or artist in a ridiculous manner.

8 Examples of parody:

9 Example of song parody:
Weird Al’s “E-Bay Song” (http://www.updatexp.com/ebay-song.html) (a parody of The Backstreet Boys’ “I Want It That Way”)

10 A used ... pink bathrobe A rare ... mint snowglobe A Smurf ... TV tray I bought on eBay. My house ... is filled with this crap It shows up in bubble wrap Most every day What I bought on eBay

11 Tell me why (I need another pet rock) (I got that Alf alarm clock) (I bid on Shatner's old toupee) They had it on eBay

12 I'll buy ... your knick-knack
Just check ... my feedback "A++!" they all say They love me on eBay

13 Gonna buy (a slightly-damaged golf bag) (some Beanie Babies, new with tag) (From some guy) I've never met in Norway Found him on eBay

14 I am the type who is liable to snipe you with two seconds left to go, whoa! Got Paypal or Visa, what ever'll please ya as long as I've got the dough.

15 I'll buy ... your tchotchkes.
Sell me ... your watch, please. I'll buy (I'll buy, I'll buy, I'll buy ...) I'm highest bidder now.

16 Junk keeps arriving in the mail
From that worldwide garage sale Dukes Of Hazzard ashtray Hey! A Dukes Of Hazzard ashtray Oh yeah ... (I bought it on eBay)

17 Wanna buy (a PacMan Fever lunchbox) (a case off vintage tube socks) (a Kleenex used by Dr. Dre, Dr. Dre) Found it on eBay

18 Wanna buy that Farrah Fawcett poster Pez dispensers and a toaster Don't know why ... the kind of stuff you'd throw away I'll buy on eBay. What I bought on eBay-y-y-y-y-y-!

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20 Mel Brook’s Spaceballs
Example of film parody: Mel Brook’s Spaceballs

21 Monty Python’s Spamalot
Example of musical parody: Monty Python’s Spamalot

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23 The Bachelor’s Soliloquy
Example of literary parody: The Bachelor’s Soliloquy --Edgar A. Guest

24 To wed, or not to wed; that is the question; Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer the bills and house rent of a wedded fortune, or to say "nit" when she proposes, and by declining cut her. To wed; to smoke no more; And have a wife at home to mend the holes in socks and shirts and underwear and so forth. 'Tis a consummation devoutly to be wished. To wed for life;

25 To wed; perchance to fight; ay, there's the rub; for in that married life what fights may come, when we have honeymooning ceased must give us pause; there's the respect that makes the joy of single life. For who would bear her mother's scornful tongue, canned goods for tea, the dying furnace fire; the pangs of sleepless nights when baby cries; the pain of barking shins upon a chair and closing waists that button down the back,

26 when he himself might all these troubles shirk with a bare refusal
when he himself might all these troubles shirk with a bare refusal? Who would bundles bear, and grunt and sweat under a shopping load? Who would samples match; buy rats for hair, cart cheese and crackers home to serve at night for lunch to feed your friends; play pedro after tea; sing rag time songs, amusing friendly neighbors. Buy garden tools to lend unto the same. Stay home at nights in smoking coat and slippers and slink to bed at ten o'clock to save the light bills?

27 Thus duty does make cowards of us all, and thus the native hue of matrimony is sicklied o'er with the pale cast of chores; and thus the gloss of marriage fades away, and loses its attraction.

28 The most famous example of satire is Jonathan Swift’s essay, “A Modest Proposal.”

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