Of course, because it's a great and popular song, YouTube must band together and run it into the ground with lazy concepts (like a surprising amount of "female perspectives") and mediocre video production. Way too many of the spoofs are labeled as the "official" "f**k You" parody, and almost all of them are only parodies in the loosest definition of the word. For example, the official parody, "You s**t You," has different lyrics from the original, but the sentiment is basically the same: A guy is upset with a girl and chastises her. That's not really a parody, buddy. It's just changing the words slightly. It's like making a parody of "California Gurls" but calling it "West Coast Ladeez." If you're going to capitalize on a song's popularity, at least add an ounce of originality to it. Other parodies that aren't even parodies at all are just alternate videos set to the original song. Excuse me while I sarcastically clap for all eternity.