The Liberal Democrat leader appeared in a video yesterday (September 19), apologising for breaking his 2010 pledge to vote against a rise in student tuition fees.
The Poke has unveiled a musical remix of Clegg repeatedly saying sorry, which has since become a trending topic on Twitter.
Clegg appears at his his home in London in the video, which is part of a Liberal Democrat party political broadcast.
He noted that voters had become "angry and disappointed" at the party's choice to go back on its tuition fee promises, saying: "To those people, I say this: we made a promise before the election that we would vote against any rise in fees under any circumstances.
"But that was a mistake. It was a pledge made with the best of intentions - but we shouldn't have made a promise we weren't absolutely sure we could deliver. I shouldn't have committed to a policy that was so expensive when there was no money around. Not least when the most likely way we'd end up in Government was in coalition with Labour or the Conservatives, who were both committed to put fees up.
"I know that we fought to get the best policy we could in those circumstances. But I also realise that isn't the point. There's no easy way to say this: we made a pledge, we didn't stick to it - and for that I am sorry."
He added: "When you've made a mistake you should apologise. But more importantly, most important of all, you've got to learn from your mistakes. And that's what we will do."