Zany "Food" video explodes on YouTube
You've hit the jackpot, Internet persons who enjoy Chinese food, Asian stereotypes and videos of old guys wearing panda suits while tickling a little girl. The Jack. Pot. Courtesy of the tween-focused men who birthed Rebecca Black's "Friday" comes Alison Gold, a 12-year-old singer whose goopy video for a song dubbed "Chinese Food" has racked up over 1.2 million YouTube views in a day.
Gold opens the clip with some poetry about "ballin'" and "clubbing'" before the hunger-grumps set in and she vandalizes a park trash can. That's when she smells what's cooking over at Chinese Food, a Chinese food restaurant across the street. She storms the joint and announces to the child working behind the cash register that… "I love Chinese Food. You know that it's true. I love fried rice. I love noo-dulls. I love chow mien. Chow mmm-mmm-mmm-mmm-mien."