One of the most creative high school students I know sent me a link to this article on High School Musical from Uncyclopedia. Apparently, it may or may not be true, but this section is worth recording here:
It is said that High School Musical was written by Dick Cheney to distract the Americans from the war in Iraq. They assumed it would work since most Americans have very short attention spans and randomly jump to protest at random causes – most often a different one every week. So they thought that it would cause all people to love it and forget about the war in Iraq. It worked like a dream. People who liked it obsessed over it, while people who didn’t dedicated their lives to protesting and putting it down.
One of the reasons rumored to be the sole reason to the movie’s sudden and overwhelming success is a subliminal message played throughout the entire movie, layered twenty-seven times, so no one would be aware. The message contained is, “Zac Efron is the man of your dreams. You want to marry him, even though his sexuality can be compared to twenty-thousand David Hasselhoff fans. You worship anything he is in or on, including movies, TV shows, albums, conditioners, and any other dingdingding you see his face on.” This message is believed to have enslaved the minds of any girl (or boy) that is unfortunate enough to see it.
It is also rumored that the song We’re All in This Together was meant as a means of persuading people to join the Communist Party. Lyrics such as “…we make each other strong…”, “…when we work together all our dreams come true”, and the obvious “…we’re all in this together…” suggest that the writer, who was killed in a freak accident while mixing pure phosphorus and vodka, was in fact trying to persuade people to join him and establish him as a communist leader.