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24th Oct '17 12:49:51 AM MelancholyUtopia
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* Tropers/MelancholyUtopia: I voted Music/KatyPerry's "I Kissed a Girl" as my most hated song... until Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass" came along and beat it by 100 miles. I really can't stand this song. It was to the point I sadistically enjoyed WebVideo/BartBaker ripping it apart, someone I otherwise don't really like. But enough prolonging, and let me explain why it's terrible; 1) I would like to make it perfectly clear that, as a skinny girl, I have absolutely no problem with songs about positive big body image, but only if the girl is naturally a bit bigger and tries to work out. A good example of this kind of song is Music/{{MIKA}}'s "Big Girls", which I often mention as a body image positivity song done right. What I do have a problem with is saying skinny girls are undesirable because they don't have big butts. I have a small butt myself. But apparently I'm undesirable because boys only want to grab onto some meat. Then again, why should I care? Oh, right; because the song mentions that twice. ("'Cause I got that boom boom that all the boys chase, all the right junk in all the right places", "She said that boys like a little more booty to hold at night"). So, basically, you're saying I should only have a big body to make guys horny? Is that it? You're not supposed to make your body look good for yourself? I'm not a person, just a hunk of flesh meant to be a sex object? Okay. 2) Meghan Trainor isn't even that fat. She's one of the last people on Earth who should be singing this song, and try to be a representative of those girls who actually have a problem with their weight. 3) The version of the song on ''VideoGame/JustDance 2016'' has lyrics which are a 100 times better and more on point. Couldn't this have been the official version instead? Then I would have tolerated it, at least.

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* Tropers/MelancholyUtopia: I voted Music/KatyPerry's "I Kissed a Girl" as my most hated song... until Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass" came along and beat it by 100 miles. I really can't stand this song. It was to the point I sadistically enjoyed WebVideo/BartBaker ripping it apart, someone I otherwise don't really like. But enough prolonging, and let me explain why it's terrible; 1) I would like to make it perfectly clear that, as a skinny girl, I have absolutely no problem with songs about positive big body image, but only if the girl is naturally a bit bigger and tries to work out. A good example of this kind of song is Music/{{MIKA}}'s "Big Girls", which I often mention as a body image positivity song done right. What I do have a problem with is saying skinny girls are undesirable because they don't have big butts. I have a small butt myself. But apparently I'm undesirable because boys only want to grab onto some meat. Then again, why should I care? Oh, right; because the song mentions that twice. ("'Cause I got that boom boom that all the boys chase, all the right junk in all the right places", "She said that boys like a little more booty to hold at night"). So, basically, you're saying I should only have a big body to make guys horny? Is that it? You're not supposed to make your body look good for yourself? I'm not a person, just a hunk of flesh meant to be a sex object? Okay. 2) Meghan Trainor isn't even that fat. She's one of the last people on Earth who should be singing this song, and try to be a representative of those girls who actually have a problem with their weight. 3) The version of the song on ''VideoGame/JustDance 2016'' has lyrics which are a 100 times better and more on point. Couldn't this have been the official version instead? Then I would have tolerated it, at least. 4) I've never seen a song which lyrics contradict themselves so much all at once. She sings: "Tell them skinny bitches that, nah I'm just playing, I know you think you're fat, but I'm here to tell you every inch of you is perfect from the bottom to the top"... oh, really now? Didn't you just say a second ago being chubby is the ideal body form? So we who are skinny have too little flesh on our bones, but we're also perfect somehow? MindScrew at its finest.
20th Oct '17 1:01:05 AM Bengson26
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* Bengson26: Music/EnriqueIglesias may have {{jumped the shark}} with the song "Tonight (I'm Fucking You)". Just before the chorus, Enrique says he doesn't mean to be rude to a girl. What is the next line? "But tonight I'm [[PrecisionFStrike fucking you]]." Seriously, Enrique? You just have make yourself look like the guy that tries to screw every girl that makes eye contact with you.

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* Bengson26: Music/EnriqueIglesias may have {{jumped the shark}} with the song "Tonight (I'm Fucking You)". Just before the chorus, Enrique says he doesn't mean to be rude to a girl. What is the next line? "But tonight I'm [[PrecisionFStrike fucking you]]." Seriously, Enrique? You just have make yourself look like Enrique, this isn't romantic, this is what gets you sprayed in the guy that tries to screw every girl that makes eye contact face with you.Mace.
14th Oct '17 11:58:53 PM MelancholyUtopia
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* Tropers/MelancholyUtopia: I voted Music/KatyPerry's "I Kissed a Girl" as my most hated song... until Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass" came along and beat it by 100 miles. I really can't stand this song. It was to the point I sadistically enjoyed WebVideo/BartBaker ripping it apart, someone I otherwise don't really like. But enough prolonging, and let me explain why it's terrible; 1) I would like to make it perfectly clear that, as a skinny person, I have absolutely no problem with songs about positive big body image, but only if the girl is naturally a bit bigger and tries to work out. A good example of this kind of song is Music/{{MIKA}}'s "Big Girls", which I often mention as a body image positivity song done right. What I do have a problem with is saying skinny people are undesirable because they don't have big butts. I have a small butt myself. But apparently I'm undesirable because boys only want to grab onto some meat. Then again, why should I care? Oh, right; because the song mentions that twice. ("'Cause I got that boom boom that all the boys chase, all the right junk in all the right places", "She said that boys like a little more booty to hold at night"). So, basically, you're saying I should only have a big body to make guys horny? Is that it? You're not supposed to make your body look good for yourself? I'm not a person, just a hunk of flesh meant to be a sex object? Okay. 2) Meghan Trainor isn't even that fat. She's the last person on Earth who should be singing this song, and try to be a representative of those girls who actually have a problem with their weight. 3) The version of the song on ''VideoGame/JustDance 2016'' has lyrics which are a 100 times better and more on point. Couldn't this have been the official version instead? Then I would have tolerated it, at least.

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* Tropers/MelancholyUtopia: I voted Music/KatyPerry's "I Kissed a Girl" as my most hated song... until Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass" came along and beat it by 100 miles. I really can't stand this song. It was to the point I sadistically enjoyed WebVideo/BartBaker ripping it apart, someone I otherwise don't really like. But enough prolonging, and let me explain why it's terrible; 1) I would like to make it perfectly clear that, as a skinny person, girl, I have absolutely no problem with songs about positive big body image, but only if the girl is naturally a bit bigger and tries to work out. A good example of this kind of song is Music/{{MIKA}}'s "Big Girls", which I often mention as a body image positivity song done right. What I do have a problem with is saying skinny people girls are undesirable because they don't have big butts. I have a small butt myself. But apparently I'm undesirable because boys only want to grab onto some meat. Then again, why should I care? Oh, right; because the song mentions that twice. ("'Cause I got that boom boom that all the boys chase, all the right junk in all the right places", "She said that boys like a little more booty to hold at night"). So, basically, you're saying I should only have a big body to make guys horny? Is that it? You're not supposed to make your body look good for yourself? I'm not a person, just a hunk of flesh meant to be a sex object? Okay. 2) Meghan Trainor isn't even that fat. She's one of the last person people on Earth who should be singing this song, and try to be a representative of those girls who actually have a problem with their weight. 3) The version of the song on ''VideoGame/JustDance 2016'' has lyrics which are a 100 times better and more on point. Couldn't this have been the official version instead? Then I would have tolerated it, at least.
14th Oct '17 4:51:24 AM MelancholyUtopia
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* Tropers/MelancholyUtopia: I voted Music/KatyPerry's "I Kissed a Girl" as my most hated song... until Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass" came along and beat it by 100 miles. I really can't stand this song. It was to the point I sadistically enjoyed WebVideo/BartBaker ripping it apart, someone I otherwise don't really like. But enough prolonging, and let me explain why it's terrible; 1) I would like to make it perfectly clear that, as a skinny person, I have absolutely no problem with songs about positive big body image, but only if the girl is naturally a bit bigger and tries to work out. A good example of this kind of song is ''Music/{{MIKA}}'s'' "Big Girls", which I often mention as a body image positivity song done right. What I do have a problem with is saying skinny people are undesirable because they don't have big butts. I have a small butt myself. But apparently I'm undesirable because boys only want to grab onto some meat. Then again, why should I care? Oh, right; because the song mentions that twice. ("'Cause I got that boom boom that all the boys chase, all the right junk in all the right places", "She said that boys like a little more booty to hold at night"). So, basically, you're saying I should only have a big body to make guys horny? Is that it? You're not supposed to make your body look good for yourself? I'm not a person, just a hunk of flesh meant to be a sex object? Okay. 2) Meghan Trainor isn't even that fat. She's the last person on Earth who should be singing this song, and try to be a representative of those girls who actually have a problem with their weight. 3) The version of the song on ''VideoGame/JustDance 2016'' has lyrics which are a 100 times better and more on point. Couldn't this have been the official version instead? Then I would have tolerated it, at least.

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* Tropers/MelancholyUtopia: I voted Music/KatyPerry's "I Kissed a Girl" as my most hated song... until Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass" came along and beat it by 100 miles. I really can't stand this song. It was to the point I sadistically enjoyed WebVideo/BartBaker ripping it apart, someone I otherwise don't really like. But enough prolonging, and let me explain why it's terrible; 1) I would like to make it perfectly clear that, as a skinny person, I have absolutely no problem with songs about positive big body image, but only if the girl is naturally a bit bigger and tries to work out. A good example of this kind of song is ''Music/{{MIKA}}'s'' Music/{{MIKA}}'s "Big Girls", which I often mention as a body image positivity song done right. What I do have a problem with is saying skinny people are undesirable because they don't have big butts. I have a small butt myself. But apparently I'm undesirable because boys only want to grab onto some meat. Then again, why should I care? Oh, right; because the song mentions that twice. ("'Cause I got that boom boom that all the boys chase, all the right junk in all the right places", "She said that boys like a little more booty to hold at night"). So, basically, you're saying I should only have a big body to make guys horny? Is that it? You're not supposed to make your body look good for yourself? I'm not a person, just a hunk of flesh meant to be a sex object? Okay. 2) Meghan Trainor isn't even that fat. She's the last person on Earth who should be singing this song, and try to be a representative of those girls who actually have a problem with their weight. 3) The version of the song on ''VideoGame/JustDance 2016'' has lyrics which are a 100 times better and more on point. Couldn't this have been the official version instead? Then I would have tolerated it, at least.
14th Oct '17 4:49:31 AM MelancholyUtopia
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* {{Tropers/BlahaIsAFraud}} : Rebirth by Lil Wayne, a half-assed attempt at rock music from a legendary rapper. He recovered from this with later works but Rebirth has gone down in history as an atrocious album.

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* {{Tropers/BlahaIsAFraud}} : Rebirth by Lil Wayne, a half-assed attempt at rock music from a legendary rapper. He recovered from this with later works but Rebirth has gone down in history as an atrocious album.album.
* Tropers/MelancholyUtopia: I voted Music/KatyPerry's "I Kissed a Girl" as my most hated song... until Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass" came along and beat it by 100 miles. I really can't stand this song. It was to the point I sadistically enjoyed WebVideo/BartBaker ripping it apart, someone I otherwise don't really like. But enough prolonging, and let me explain why it's terrible; 1) I would like to make it perfectly clear that, as a skinny person, I have absolutely no problem with songs about positive big body image, but only if the girl is naturally a bit bigger and tries to work out. A good example of this kind of song is ''Music/{{MIKA}}'s'' "Big Girls", which I often mention as a body image positivity song done right. What I do have a problem with is saying skinny people are undesirable because they don't have big butts. I have a small butt myself. But apparently I'm undesirable because boys only want to grab onto some meat. Then again, why should I care? Oh, right; because the song mentions that twice. ("'Cause I got that boom boom that all the boys chase, all the right junk in all the right places", "She said that boys like a little more booty to hold at night"). So, basically, you're saying I should only have a big body to make guys horny? Is that it? You're not supposed to make your body look good for yourself? I'm not a person, just a hunk of flesh meant to be a sex object? Okay. 2) Meghan Trainor isn't even that fat. She's the last person on Earth who should be singing this song, and try to be a representative of those girls who actually have a problem with their weight. 3) The version of the song on ''VideoGame/JustDance 2016'' has lyrics which are a 100 times better and more on point. Couldn't this have been the official version instead? Then I would have tolerated it, at least.
26th Sep '17 7:11:02 AM BlahaIsAFraud
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* {{Tropers/Yellow-Spider-Kitty}}: I find Future's works decent, but his song Karate Chop has an incredibly awful lyric by the guest artist Lil Wayne, the lyric is simply "Beat the pussy up like Emmett Till", seeing how brutal Emmett Till's death was, the lyric is Main/Squick at best and rather depressing at worst.

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* {{Tropers/Yellow-Spider-Kitty}}: I find Future's works decent, but his song Karate Chop has an incredibly awful lyric by the guest artist Lil Wayne, the lyric is simply "Beat the pussy up like Emmett Till", seeing how brutal Emmett Till's death was, the lyric is Main/Squick at best and rather depressing at worst.worst.
* {{Tropers/BlahaIsAFraud}} : Rebirth by Lil Wayne, a half-assed attempt at rock music from a legendary rapper. He recovered from this with later works but Rebirth has gone down in history as an atrocious album.
18th Jul '17 9:29:33 AM Yellow-Spider-Kitty
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** Yellow-Spider-Kitty: I personally feel like Birthday Cake falls into the Main/SoBadItsGood territory, but the part I can't even ironically tolerate is Chris Brown's part in general, add some really awful lyrics ("Girl I wanna Fuck You"), the 2009 abuse incident alone, and the over all fact that could have easily been done by another rap, makes this song leave a shower taste in my mouth.

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** Yellow-Spider-Kitty: I personally feel like Birthday Cake falls into the Main/SoBadItsGood territory, but the part I can't even ironically tolerate is Chris Brown's part in general, add some really awful lyrics ("Girl I wanna Fuck You"), the 2009 abuse incident alone, and the over all fact that could have easily been done by another rap, makes this song leave a shower sour taste in my mouth.
17th Jul '17 9:20:30 AM Yellow-Spider-Kitty
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* Tropers/{{Allthegoodnames}}: Music/DaftPunk typically make truly fresh and creative dance music with clever use of samples. However, they have one tragic exception: "Robot Rock." This track barely even qualifies as a song. The entire track consists only of a 5-ish second loop taken (with no alterations or anything) from the song "Release the Beast" by obscure 80s funk band Breakwater, overlaid with a voice saying "ROCK. ROBOT ROCK." [[BrokenRecord over and over again.]] That's it. There's no attempt at transforming or remixing the material - it's just a loop of somebody else's song, republished under the Daft Punk name. How lazy can you get?

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* Tropers/{{Allthegoodnames}}: Music/DaftPunk typically make truly fresh and creative dance music with clever use of samples. However, they have one tragic exception: "Robot Rock." This track barely even qualifies as a song. The entire track consists only of a 5-ish second loop taken (with no alterations or anything) from the song "Release the Beast" by obscure 80s funk band Breakwater, overlaid with a voice saying "ROCK. ROBOT ROCK." [[BrokenRecord over and over again.]] That's it. There's no attempt at transforming or remixing the material - it's just a loop of somebody else's song, republished under the Daft Punk name. How lazy can you get?get?
*{{Tropers/Yellow-Spider-Kitty}}: I find Future's works decent, but his song Karate Chop has an incredibly awful lyric by the guest artist Lil Wayne, the lyric is simply "Beat the pussy up like Emmett Till", seeing how brutal Emmett Till's death was, the lyric is Main/Squick at best and rather depressing at worst.
17th Jul '17 9:10:40 AM Yellow-Spider-Kitty
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** Yellow-Spider-Kitty: I personally feel like Birthday Cake falls into the Main/SoBadItsGood territory, but the part I can't even ironically tolerate is Chris Brown's part in general, add some really awful lyrics ("Girl I wanna Fuck You"), the 2009 abuse incident alone, and the over all fact that could have easily been done by another rap, makes this song leave a shower taste in my mouth.
5th Jul '17 6:57:07 AM system
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