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With "Blurred Bynes," a group of drag queens have done the impossible, covering Robin Thicke's summer smash and calling out troubled actress Amanda Bynes.

Okay, maybe not the impossible. But didn't see that one coming, did you?

L.A. drag queens Willam Belli, Detox (both ex-contestants on RuPaul's Drag Race) and Vicky Vox have just released the video lampooning Amanda Bynes' wild antics.

Watch it in its NSFW glory below:

The three queens sing seductively, "OK she smoked some weed, you know you can't malign her. So high she tweets to Drake to murder her vagina."

Hashtag: #VAGACIDE.

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Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" may be the song of the summer, but a parody called "Defined Lines" gives it a run for its money - and turns the tables on the taboo track.

An Auckland University student group, the Law Revue Girls, created "Defined Lines" in response to the criticism to the song, which some say is decidedly sexist.

The parody attempts to "define the supposedly 'blurred lines'" and declares: "What you see on TV / Doesn't speak equality / It's straight up misogyny."

Robin, Pharrell and T.I.? You all just got served.

Olivia Lubbock, one of the women featured, said:

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In "Furred Lines," a group of dogs cover Robin Thicke's summer anthem "Blurred Lines."

It's not nearly as likely to be banned by YouTube as the original, but it may also go viral!

In The Pet Collective's furry, funny parody, suggestive "Blurred Lines" lyrics like "you're a good girl" take on an entirely new meaning. Think about it.

"Stay if you want it. Sit if you want it. Beg if you want it." You're an animal.

Dogs also recently covered the Miley Cyrus Twerking ballad "We Can't Stop" with their own rendition "We Can Bark." We sense a theme here.

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