If you’re all about K-State, you’re going to love a new parody video created by some enthusiastic Wildcat women.
“All About K-State” – a takeoff on the popular Meghan Trainor tune “All About That Bass” – was posted Thursday on YouTube and already is making the rounds on Facebook pages in Kansas and beyond.
The video features purple-clad young women singing and dancing in some well-known Kansas State University locales, including Bill Snyder Family Stadium, the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority house and Varsity Donuts in Aggieville:
Yeah, it’s pretty clear
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That I love KSU,
I’m doing Wabash from the crowd
Like I’m supposed to do.
And I got that purple pride on display,
Manhappiness is the best of all places …
According to the YouTube post, the parody song was written by Olivia Robinson. The video features singing and dancing by Emily Kallenbach, Laeny Edelman, Anna Sunderland, Tori Loepp and Hannah and Olivia Robinson.
“I’m sure we’re not the only ones who love Kansas State University, so enjoy!” the women wrote.
If you believe in EMAW, just raise ’em up,
’Cause if you cut me I bleed purple from the bottom to the top.
As of Friday afternoon, the video had 2,300 views and counting.