“A point of view can be a dangerous luxury when substituted for insight and understanding.” – Marshall McLuhan
That’s a No For Ke, Dawg
I recognize there are a lot of great, talented musicians out there that take pride in their instrumental capabilities and the writing of their lyrics.
However, should you turn on the radio on any given day, you are almost definitely going to be hit with some songs that make you blush, even when there is nobody around.
Maybe it’s my age. Maybe it’s because I’m slowly slipping away from current trends and generations I don’t fully understand. However, I just don’t get a lot of today’s pop music.
Sure, if you get enough tequila in me, I’ll bob my head at some catchy, new tune. But it’s the lyrics that just kill me. And I’m not even prude! It just seems like past bands made more of an effort to write insightful poetry that evoked thought and emotion. (Well, other than maybe The Motley Crew).
With that being said, here are 17 of the most cringe-worthy song lyrics out right now.
It feels like everyone is always asking for recommendations on what new show to watch, which is pretty ironic seeing as most people have Comcast, Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime.
You would think with that with so many options, it would be pretty easy to find SOMETHING to binge. But I suppose it’s like going to the Cheesecake Factory – there are far too many options and people just panic and order the same shit they always do cuz it’s easier.
Well, if you’re in the mood to watch something that is super entertaining and plays out like an SNL skit, may I advise watching the first democratic primary debates?
I know that doesn’t SOUND like fun. However, not only is it a clutterf**k of hysterical pulls for power; the responses to the debates are just as funny.
You can read them here.
Millie Bobby Brown & Lily James Spice Up Their Lives
James asks Lily James about her big weekend seeing the Spice Girls and learns she had an emotional experience, and Millie Bobby Brown surprises them both with her fandom, despite being just 15. And James asks Millie about getting her driver’s license permit in the United States, something she can’t do in the UK just yet.