Parody

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“Who needs parody when the real thing is even worse”
~ Oscar Wilde on Parody

In contemporary usage, parody is a form of satire that try to imitate another work of art in order to ridicule it but miserably fails. When the attempt to ridicule doesn't fail, it's called plagiarism. Parody exists in all art media, including literature, music, and cinema.

One of the major advantages of parody is that it is notable for being significantly better than only one D. Although recognising the difference between a D and a double D is beyond the capacity of most men. It is also said that parody is the sincerest form of flattery, which unfortunately is not recognised within a court of law as legitimising breach of copyright. With the notable exception being the US justice system, which in itself is a parody of a justice system.

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