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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Mark Wilson, Mar 20, 2011.
YouTube - Rebecca Black - Friday (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
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I think you should get infraction points for posting a link to inappropriate material :|
How is this any different than your beloved Justin Bieber?
i see your post and raise you
YouTube - Willow Smith - Whip My Hair
wow....that has a lot of views too. RIP lyric writing as well.
Bit of a stinker of a song for sure, do it for the kids Rebecca!
Best lyric -'Tomorrow is Saturday and Sunday comes afterwards',
Almost as good as these
YouTube - Rebecca Black - Friday (Music Video Parody)
Why do I keep hearing about this video everywhere on the internet?
I made it 25 second in before closing it.
Meh! I've seen a lot worse on Eurovision.
Wow, I didn't know that. I guess you learn something new every day.
That video has gone viral.
I guess it's for the customers, just to make sure they know what day it is
Did that seriously just happen?
I didn't watch but will be sure to rinse w/some nice DK's later.
Why is this in OT? I agree that it's not very musical but still...
I agree it sucks but I'm a bit confused re:everyone being surprised by it. Maybe after ICP's 'Miracles' video I've been desensitized.
Until you can show me something worse than BrokeNCYDE or Millionaires then I say music isn't completely dead yet.
You've presented a major conundrum.
This is the first song that I can't decide if it would be better or worse without the autotune.
There you go; that's the unplugged version I just discovered. I'm currently trying to recover after listening to it by putting on some Hendrix.
music related in OT? -check
repost of existing thread? -check
mod posting shenanigans? -check
ah, it's good to know that someone can be counted on to be bringin' t3h failz back
i'll leave it here just so that the regular OT crew can enjoy t3h lulz.
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