The other day and I wanted to see which YouTube video with the word "Funny" in the title had the highest view count. Needless to say, I was quite surprised!

Laughing babies, talking dogs, and novocaine induced stupors are way funnier than YouTube's "funniest" video right? Wrong. At last view count a song about gummy bears had over 188 million views; making it the most popular YouTube video with the word "funny" in its title.  Here are the lyrics to that hit song by Je m'appele Funny Bear:

Je m'appelle funny bear
je mappelle funny bear
je m'appelle funny funny funny funny funny bear
J'ai un p'tit ventre mou et un slip kangourou
je suis pas comme les autres tout doux moi je suis un p'tit loup.

If the lyrics look a little foreign to you,  that's because they're written and sung in French. Unfortunately, my knowledge of the language is limited to French toast, French fries, and French onion soup. I've been Google researching Je m'appele Funny Bear for quite some time. I can't seem to find too much about this mysterious cartoon character. How in the world did this video become so popular if I can't find any information about this guy?

The video was uploaded on October 15th 2007,  the song was featured on a DVD titled: "I Am a Gummy Bear," and Je m’appelle translates to "I am called" in English. That's all I can tell you about this cute candy cub. Here's that hit song!  Bonjour!