Ever wish someone would come up with an invention that could do something about the way the songs you like least have a way of getting stuck in your head and refusing to leave?

Science may never be able to help us there, sadly. But the folks at Brazil's Kiss FM have humorously hinted at a future in which we might be able to take the songs that torment us and ... feed them to cows?

It's all laid out in the above video, which we can't really summarize here for fear of 1) ruining the joke and 2) running afoul of our family-friendly censors. Suffice it to say that the idea involves "recycling" inferior songs by converting the notes into feed pellets and turning the results into plant food.

The whole thing is very silly, but it's been endorsed by none other than Kiss frontman Paul Stanley, who pops up at the very end to remind us that he's the singer for "the hottest band in the world" and give the project an enthusiastic thumbs up. Check it all out in the video above, and learn more about the project at the, uh, official website.

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