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NFL Bad Lip Reading: 2015 Video Hits YouTube as Super Bowl Looms

By    |   Thursday, 22 Jan 2015 05:23 PM

The hilarious NFL 2015 Bad Lip Reading video is here, and football fans won't want to miss it.

Put out by the Bad Lip Reading guy, whose YouTube channel says simply, “I put words in other people’s mouths,” no team is spared from the latest 2015 NFL video.

For those who missed out on what Bad Lip Reading does, it’s simple. The YouTube page takes popular videos — in this case from the NFL, but frequently from movies and even politics — and overdubs bad lip reading. The new words usually closely match the movement of the lips, but are wrong. Very wrong.

“From Jim Caldwell explaining what type of pickles he likes to a ref, to Cam Newton's surreal postgame interview, this year's video has the lines you will be quoting for the next 365 days,” Sports Illustrated said. “It is going to be hard to watch Pete Carroll during the Super Bowl without thinking he is demanding more hugs from ‘his little gopher.’”

The identity of the guy behind Bad Lip Reading is unknown; the only clue is that he’s a late 20-ish Texas music and video producer.

The Bad Lip Reader shared with Rolling Stone in a 2011 interview that lip reading entered his life when his mother became deaf in her 40s. “She went from having perfect hearing to having no hearing in just a matter of months, and the doctors never figured out why," he told the music magazine. His mother learned to lip read, but he couldn’t pick up the skill.

Still, goofing around at work, he ended up putting bad lip-reading words to a video, and the idea was born.

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