No superhero movie is complete without a good montage, and while the recent Deadpool had plenty, there’s always room for one more. The unanticipatedly lucrative superhero comedy saw star Ryan Reynolds getting down to the hits of Salt-n-Pepa, DMX, and George Michael, and now a new deleted scene scored to the original theme of the “Deadpool Rap” has surfaced. In the clip embedded above, scheduled for inclusion as a bonus feature on the upcoming Blu-ray/DVD release due May 10, Reynolds’ Wade Wilson character hones his skills as a mercenary with jobs that involve murdering a guy on the toilet, beating up a few dudes in a hallway, and in a less high-stakes situation, retrieving a friendly citizen’s cat from a tree.

Also, playing with himself. It turns out that furious masturbation, usually while staring at a stuffed unicorn, is a big part of Deadpool’s process. So, y’know, it’s pretty NSFW.

[UPDATE: The official video was taken down so above we have a lower-quality mirror until the HD version returns online.]

But the arrival of this clip provides a fine occasion to take a moment and truly appreciate the genius idiocy of the Deadpool Rap. Deadpool is, in many ways, a feature-length love letter to the pop culture of the late ’80s and early ’90s, and the rap itself constitutes a throwback to the now outré convention of recording original raps specifically for new theatrical releases. Vanilla Ice recorded a “Ninja Rap” for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Secret of the Ooze, and let none of us forget the instant classic that Tag Team penned for Addams Family Values, “Addams Family (Whoomp!)” The Deadpool Rap is pretty dumb — the chorus is little more than “sexy muthaf*cka!” repeated in falsetto — but it’s a clever, self-conscious sort of dumbness. That is to say, the very defining quality of Deadpool.