'SNL' YOLO sketch redefines popular catchphrase

Posted By KATE STANTON, UPI.com   |   Jan. 28, 2013 at 9:29 AM   |   Comments

Jan. 28 (UPI) -- Former cast member Andy Samberg and his musical comedy troupe, The Lonely Island, returned to "Saturday Night Live" this week with a digital short mocking last year's party slogan of choice for rambunctious teenagers. Joined by this week's host, Adam Levine, and musical guest Kendrick Lamar, The Lonely Island gang put a new spin on "YOLO," Drake's shorthand catchphrase for "You only live once."

The video's premise: Life is short, try not to make it shorter. "Board your windows up, the sun is bad for your health. Always wear a straight jacket so you're safe from yourself," Lonely Island warns.

The new track is available for download on iTunes.

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