Justin Bieber’s ‘Sorry’ Is Suddenly a Song About Allergies in This Hilarious Parody

Moms apologize for their bad DNA in SheKnows video

Allergy season is here, which means it's time for a fun song about snot and sucky genes!

Set to Justin Bieber's hit "Sorry," pop-song parody artists Laughing Moms—aka Alisha Found Eden—croon about wheezing, antihistamines and hives, while apologizing to their kids for passing along the miserable immune response. 

It's the duo's latest collaboration with women's lifestyle site SheKnows, a partnership which has in the past turned David Guetta's "Hey Mama" into a song about constantly driving children around. Laughing Moms' oeuvre also features such gems as "I Just Can't Clean This Place," inspired by Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass." 

The new work is shamelessly awkward and gross, prominently featuring piles of used tissues. But it ultimately manages to be endearing, probably because it so wholly embraces the sad but true state of affairs. 

It also doesn't hurt that Bieber is the perfect artist to mock with a song about sniffling—assuming it's not too on the nose.