I was at this party, trusted with music. I had not abused this trust right away. A friend approaches me and asks "This is a longshot, but do you have any Weird Al?" And my response was "Well, yes. Yes I do." She laughed and said "I didn't expect that, I don't mean to ask you to play anything by him, I was just kidding." To which I put on "Living In The Fridge" under the premise that people would hear the background music, which is to be fair, much more well produced than any parody that doesn't already have some kind of in with the actual producers of the original material. and they would dance and sing thinking it was Aerosmith.
This did happen and it was great. Someone thanks me for playing Aerosmith, a thing you will never otherwise hear at a party where I control the music unless it's under these specific circumstances involving Weird Al.
The jig was up once Weird Al screams when, in the lyrics, he does open the titular fridge and everyone was convinced someone in another room was screaming after opening a creaky door.