Ask McFartnuggets: “Does The Ghostbusters Theme Song Have a Hidden Meaning?”

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Dear McFartnuggets: 
In the Ghostbusters theme song by Ray Parker Jr. there’s a lyric where he says “Bustin’ makes me feel good.” Is that really about busting ghosts or is he talking about something else. Could he be talking about masturbation? Because when you do that the sperms die and those are like millions of tiny pre-baby ghosts.

Dear :
That’s the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever read and I’m a big fan of Dr. Seuss. Now while I’ll admit maturbating constantly tends to negatively impact your life in much the same way being cursed by billions of microscopic ghosts would, there just isn’t enough evidence to support that claim. If anything Ray Parker Jr. was referring to the act of copulation with another human being. At the end of the day you can’t prove anything because busting ghosts does inherently feel good. Not good enough to do it for free apparently, but still, the Ghostbusters seemed to be enjoying themselves quite a bit even though it seemed like only one of them was getting laid. Clearly their positive demeanor was a result of the “busting” of apparitions and not sexual gratification.

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