Real Talk Book Review: Chicka Chicka Boom Boom

Quick Synopsis: A hipster, anti-establishment re-write of the traditional alphabet song, complete with promiscuity, negligent parenting, and celebrity cameos.

Good if you like:
– Saying, “F— the rules”
– Enabling bratty children
– Orgiastic parties
– Drunken mistakes
– Construction paper cutouts
– Feeling like a moron coming up with your own melody
– Cliff hanger endings

You’ve spent your whole life singing the alphabet to the tune of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.  Pssh.  Square.  Don’t you know something new and hip is out there to teach the youth their alphabet — as well as basic principles of #YOLO!?  Introducing Chicka Chicka Boom Boom.

The story starts off innocently enough: Just your e’ryday gossip saga, as the trickster trio of the alphabet gets the rumor mill started on a bitchin’ party.


Before you know it, the gang is ready to get turnt.  And then the ha cha cha begins.


 Are you mortified?  You should be.  These are just kids — we’re talking lower case letters.

I and J show up with their loser tag-along K, who is really only in the club because he’s a trust-fund letter who buys his friends.


The party rages.  And, you know how this goes: Critical mass at a rager = party disaster.



Now, this is where you would think parents would step in and discipline their children for destructive, underage partying.  Nope.  They send these youth back to mayhem without even a safe sex talk.

And it’s back to everyone’s favorite party spot.

H and I hook up.

J and K are weirding everyone out and trying solve their emo-relationship problems.

L is into some freaky bondage stuff.

IMG_1967And, just when you think the moral would drop in about the dangers of partying . . .

One of the Mutha-flippin’ Black Eyed Peas shows up. Can you say, “Will.I.Am in the coconut tree”!?


So, the party rages till dusk, with plenty of unsupervised wiggling and jiggling.

And, as the moon rolls up, there is an ominous resolution: The traditions of our past and present will always give way to next generation’s rebellion.  Hug your children today.  Because, tomorrow, before you know it, they will be boom booming.


One Comment Add yours

  1. ccahill2013 says:

    Bravo! What an amazingly clever and hip interpretation! Parents – beware!

    Liked by 1 person

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