iTunes Terms of Service gets the RapGenius treatment, hilarity ensues

The annotations to the iTunes TOS pull no punches.

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RapGenius was created for those of us who just might not be urban enough to understand what the hell Li’l Wayne is rapping about or what specific kind of “gas” 2 Chainz is “smokin’ on.”

The site is basically a huge wiki intended to explain the lyrics of any and all rap songs, and since the entire Internet is invited to participate, there are naturally a few Justin Bieber songs up in the mix as well. But lately, some non-music entries have been uploaded to the site, including the Terms of Service for iTunes, which has already begun to be annotated to hilarious effect.

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