Carly Rae Jepsen

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Over the past few weeks it’s become something of a fad to cover the impossibly catchy—and don’t kill me for saying this, but totally awful—Carly Rae Jepsen mega-hit “Call Me Maybe.”First it was Harvard’s baseball team.

Earlier this week it was an auto-tuned President Obama.

And yesterday it was the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders.

Well, we’ve received word from an anonymous tipster that one big bank had their own fun with the song over intern training week.”Whenever interns are late to any training event or session,” the tipster explained, “they make us sing ‘Call me Maybe’ to the entire crowd (about 60 people).”‘

Take a video next time? Because we’d love to see that.


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