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Ding Fries are Done is a parody music video based top top the Christmas carol song Carol the the Bells, sung by a secret singer only recognized as "Billy." The parodied lyrics details an typical work change at a local fast food branch, favor making french fries and rocking the file hats.

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Origin

"Ding Fries are Done" is a single track off a 1993 Christmas album title A very Spastic Christmas.

LyricsI job-related at burger King make flame-broiled whoppers, i wear record hats.Would you choose an apple pie with that?Would you like an apologize pie through that?Ding! Fries room done. Ding! Fries space done.Ding! Fries space done. Ding! Fries space done.I gotta run. I gotta run. I gotta run. I gotta run.Don"t bob because that fries in hot fat.They hurt bad and also so perform skin grafts.Would you prefer an apologize pie through that?Would you favor an apple pie through that?Where is the bell? Wait for the bell.Can"t hear the bell. Whereby is the bell? While the is most likely that this commercial to be a mock up that was never ever aired but the record album go exist. The album was available on cassette tape only and could be ordered by mailing a check to a PO crate in Burbank, California. ~ above December 11th, 1994, "Ding Fries are Done" was featured because that the an initial time top top the Dr. Demento radio display as part of his yearly Christmas-themed episodes. It has actually been featured over secondary 40 time on the show because then.

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Years ~ the flash video appeared, communities like the eBaums people forums began asking questions around the beginning of the song. Currently, the identity of "Billy" is assumed to be someone named Brent Calvin.

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Family guy EffectThe famous flash video clip received the "kiss that death" as soon as it was parodied through the popular animated TV series Family Guy in the episode "Deep Throats" aired in April 2006. The Google Insights graph shows just a little spike in popularity in that month, and since 2006, the popular of the song has been lower significantly. For more information top top this phenomenon, please read family Guy Effect.