08:29:04 PM Jul 11th 2016
I've read the following bit seven or eight times (not an exaggeration!), and I can't make head or tail of it. I'm sure it makes sense to people that are already familiar with the events it's talking about. Could someone please translate for the rest of us? '"While the video was released in about 6 months after Jenny survived a home invasion, one of the songs recorded Ace of Base debut album was titled "Living in Danger", which was done in 1993. The video had a woman in fear that she was about stalked by a man (a former fighter pilot seeking redemption,) and Jenny was watching the woman in question. It was a woman who attacked Jenny in real life, who targeted Malin. Malin wasn't there at the scene but it did have an effect on her mental health. "''
08:02:40 PM Mar 15th 2015
For a new image, how about a still from Van Halen's "Hot For Teacher" video, maybe with a caption saying, "Got it bad, got it bad, got it bad, I'm hot...for...Oooh...
09:24:59 AM Oct 27th 2013
What's up with this entry?
- Music videos have a habit of falling into this trap, namely:
- Soul Central. feat. Kathy Brown - "Strings of Life" (youtube video)
- Narcotic Thrust - I Like It - due to something involving one of the dancers in the video.
- Girls Aloud - Love Machine, after Cheryl Cole's widely-publicised divorce.
- Chanel - My Life - again, for the same reason as Narcotic Thrust. This is due to an off-screen incident involving one of the dancers in the video.
- Laura White - "You Should Have Known" - a huge "Funny Aneurysm" Moment.
08:12:57 AM Sep 21st 2011
I'm wondering if we couldn't throw some of Nine Inch Nail's Year Zero album on here. Or maybe the related ARG on the 'other' page. (I mean, they're as bad as each other for hitting way too close to home, but the songs hit much too close - especially God Given and Survivalism.)
11:15:38 PM May 28th 2011
Every time the subject of a school shooting comes up within the subject of funny aneurysm moment, whoever is writing uses some variant on in the wake of Columbine. The Columbine incident was not the first school shooting. It is simply the one that got enough media coverage to penetrate the nation's conscience.