The Comic Sans Song tries to stop the hate on the once popular casual script font. The song and video are both catchy and colorful, creating a very 1980s vibe. The Comic Sans Song was created by gunnarolla and features a rap cameo by Songs To Wear Pants To. gunnarolla is an Asian-Canadian, Toronto-based music and video producer who sparked his notoriety and fan base through his 2009 video 'Canadian, Please.'
The song attempts to remember the good things about Comics Sans, a time when the playful font wasn't always so detested. As the song points out, Comic Sans is now deemed the font of little girls everywhere. Remember, there is nothing wrong with using Comic Sans, however whether bold, italic or underlined, the font is great, but only in moderation.
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