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Rapping Dr. Seuss

Rapping Dr. Seuss

With a little help from some beats by Dr. Dre, actor and comedian Wes Tank proves that Dr. Seuss books work exceptionally well as rap songs. His “Fox in Sox” rap is our favorite, but his versions of “Green Eggs and Ham” and “The Lorax” are pretty damned entertaining too.

Dr. Seuss Rap

Dr. Seuss Rap

Long before rap music existed, Theodore Geisel (aka “Dr. Seuss”) was a true master of rhymes. But could his words be used in a rap? Win Nevaluze proves just that, as he recites There’s a Wocket in My Pocket to the tune of Walk It Talk It by Migos f/Drake.

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Tay Zonday: Mr. Grinch

Tay Zonday: Mr. Grinch

We were looking for some tunes to add to our holiday playlist, when we came across this little gem that dates back to 2009. Sit back and enjoy an extraordinarily baritone cover of Dr. Seuss’ You’re a Mean One Mr. Grinch, as performed by the man behind Chocolate Rain.

IT in the Hat

IT in the Hat

Dr. Seuss takes the place of Stephen King as the author in But Without’s remix of the trailer from IT, which replaces the creepy clown with an equally creepy Cat in the Hat. It’s no coincidence that the cat was played by a guy named Michael Myers.

Dr. Seuss: Putting Rhymes to Good Use

Dr. Seuss: Putting Rhymes to Good Use

“His name was Theodor Geisel, the man who coined the word “nerds”, and wrote Green Eggs and Ham with just 49 words.” Pop culture critic kaptainkristian honors Dr. Seuss with a video essay delivered in the author’s signature poetic meter. Transcript here.

Oh, The Places You’ll Go

Oh, The Places You’ll Go

Voice actress Brizzy performs the Dr. Seuss classic Oh, The Places You’ll Go! in 68 different accents. While some of the variants are pretty subtle, and they’re not 100% accurate, her Jamaican and Vietnamese cracked us up.

Dr. Seuss x Star Wars

Dr. Seuss x Star Wars

If Dr. Seuss wrote a book based on Star Wars, it’d probably be better written than the entire script of Episode I. Artist Jason Peltz created these amusing Seussism posters, and make more, he must.

The Sith Who Stole Christmas

The Sith Who Stole Christmas

We’ve never heard Darth Vader described as “a bad banana with a greasy black peel,” but One Minute Galactica’s mashup of Dr. Seuss’s holiday classic with scenes of the Dark Lord fits perfectly.

Oh The Places You’ll Actually Go

Oh The Places You’ll Actually Go

Collegehumor parodies a Dr. Seuss classic worthy of applause from the doctor himself… except for the message of the whole thing. Don’t show this to your kids. Unless they need to be set straight.

Dr. Seuss x Star Wars

Dr. Seuss x Star Wars

Cartoonist Adam Watson imagines what it would be like if Dr. Seuss wrote Star Wars. Watson’s art is good, but it’s the prose that really ties things together. We hope he turns this into a whole book.

T-Shirt: Seuss Army Knife

T-Shirt: Seuss Army Knife

Looking like something that The Cat in the Hat (or Inspector Gadget) might carry in his bag of tricks, Steven Lefcourt’s Dr. Swiss T-shirt is one of the best Threadless designs we’ve seen in a while.

Dr. Seuss Converse Collection

Dr. Seuss Converse Collection

Converse has created a collection for adults and children embellished with a variety of favorite iconic illustrations by beloved children’s author Dr. Seuss on their classic Chuck Taylor canvas shoes.

Dr. Seuss Unorthodox Taxidermy

Dr. Seuss Unorthodox Taxidermy

See what happens when the unusual creatures of the Dr. Seuss universe get stuffed and mounted as wall art. Time to replace that moose your dad shot with a Goo-Goo-Eyed Tasmanian Wolghast.

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