Holderness Family's Rap Parody 'Pee Thang' Is for Anyone Living with Boys
Penn Holderness and family are back with a rap that's all about that bathroom humor.
If you're a parent to a boy, you know the daily torture of stepping in pee, sitting on pee, and swiping up pee-colored drips on the toilet seat because your son has crappy aim in the bathroom. It's a constant struggle, and one that the Holderness crew is all too familiar with. So our favorite rapping fam is now taking on the topic in a new parody video called "Aint Nothing But a Pee Thang."
Set to the tune of Dr. Dre's (featuring Snoop Dogg) "Nothin' But a G Thang," natch, the clip opens with Mama Kim in the family powder room, explaining how son Penn Charles sometimes gets distracted and pees all over the walls.
"1, 2, 3 and to the 4," Penn then raps in a voiceover. "Inches away and still he's peeing on the floor." We find out a few minutes later that Penn has actually co-opted a toilet brush and is using it as a microphone—so clever! And so gross! But totally hilarious. Watch:
Now, if you're anything like me, the first glimpse of all that bright-yellow pee crusted on the family toilet bowl had your fingers slamming on the escape button. So I'm gonna go ahead and give you a little insider info that'll make you want to stick around: That nasty shiz is actually yellow food coloring gel mixed with Murphy's oil soap. And for those of you who want to recreate the look in you're own home, Kim provides a handy little tutorial at the end of this thing. But proceed with caution—because after you watch it, you will probably never be able to drink Mountain Dew again.
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On the flip side, we are LOVING the poop emoji trucker hat Penn's rocking in the vid. Just please don't tell us it's a hint at the topic of the next Holderness family parody, OK?
Hollee Actman Becker is a freelance writer, blogger, and mom of two who writes about parenting and pop culture. Check out her website holleeactmanbecker.com for more, and then follow her on Instagram and Twitter.