I didn't understand spoken English back when that song was popular, but if I had heard this song now without reading about it in this forum, I would have probably heard "Holodeck" and thought "What???" . What kind of word is "Hollaback" anyway...?Killingsworth wrote:Al said in a Rolling Stone interview after SOL came out he considered doing a parody called "Holodeck Girl" in the interim between "You're Pitiful" and "White And Nerdy".RunningWithScissors wrote:I think that my biggest surprise in any polka was Polkarama! that was mainly songs from summer 04 to summer 05 didn't include Hollaback Girl. I thought that song was just asking to be parodied or at least polkaed. Then again, I guess Al tries not to go for the obvious.
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According to Urbandictionary.com, a "hollaback" is:mellow weasel wrote:What kind of word is "Hollaback" anyway...?
So there you have it.Someone who allows people to treat him/her like a doormat and walk all over him/her.
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I wish he would have put "Brave" by Sara Bareilles in the polka.