Pretty sure he’s answered this in Boxer Dog I Am So Grumpy I Am Not Even Talking To My Self Shirt interviews before. I remember getting the impression that he was embarrassed at first but came to embrace it, but you can look for interviews if you want the real answer. Right, but like the person above said, it is a meme that caused a resurgence. He even sang the song at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade a few years ago. I doubt that’d have happened without the meme. The 80s were full of good music, but most of it stayed in the 80s. It’s demonetized so it’s ad-free and plays immediately upon each rickroll because Rick is the man.
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YouTube sometimes throws their own ads on Boxer Dog I Am So Grumpy I Am Not Even Talking To My Self Shirt that only they make money for. The channel and artist don’t get anything for it. Why? When has a massive multinational corporation ever preserved culture at the expense of profits? If anything, I’m surprised they’re not putting ads on it every time because they know it’ll be visited a lot. It’s not revenue-generating because if it was, it would ruin the joke because an ad would play beforehand. Rick lookin’ like he’s going to bike up to you and whisper in your ear: “Tunnel snakes rule…”