You probably already knew, but just in case you didn’t, Guile’s theme goes with everything. We’ve assembled the best examples of why Guile’s theme fits all and there’s no way you’re walking away without laughing out loud, multiple times.
For those who aren’t hip to the Guile’s theme business, we’re speaking of course about the musical score for Guile’s stage in Street Fighter II. It’s a bombastic little ditty that, oddly enough, feels appropriate for just about any situation.
For whatever reason, Guile’s theme really goes with happy dancing black men, as you’re sure to notice the further you delve into this list. Whoever had the idea to splice Guile’s theme and Maury Povich is clearly one of the geniuses of our time. Also, Maury looks like a bald eagle.
I’d never heard of Cheers Beer until watching this, and now I find myself wanting to suck on it exclusively. That… sounded bad, didn’t it?
Guile’s Theme even goes with that crazy dancing wedding! It fits so well that it should have been used originally. This guy is going home to be a family man.
Either this dude loves his chicken, or it’s another potentially racist KFC commercial. Maybe both? Either way, he freakin’ kills it to the smooth jams of Guile’s theme. And that’s because Guile’s theme goes with everything.
Years before the “Guile’s theme goes with everything” craze, there was this. It deserves a special place on this list for its fantastic use of Guile’s theme, and also for making us laugh at a kid getting kicked into the air. Normally, we wouldn’t find that funny.
Guile’s theme strikes again, taking a potentially awkward situation and making it somewhat… less awkward, we suppose.
Faced with a dangerous situation beyond his control, our hero clears his mind and thinks back to his training. It’s not until his head becomes filled with Guile’s theme that he finds the courage to BECOME THE KARATE. You just don’t mess with a guy who does that shit.
And rounding out our series of black dudes breakin’ to the groove of Guile’s theme, we bring you the Fresh Prince himself and his faithful compadre. This stuff syncs so well you’d think it was in their heads the whole time.
Ruh Roh! It’s Scooby Doo! Scoob! Yeah, I got nothing.
This is the most extreme way you can tell a dude you love him without kissing the inside of his mouth; by greeting him with a mid-air arm wrestle. It’s made all the more masculine by the adrenaline pumping properties of Guile’s theme.
Who else here thought that Mufasa was going to make it this time? Guile’s theme can do that to you.
We’re not sure whether that one was severely awkward or severely sexy.Tweet
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