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  1. 3 minutes ago, Brichney. said:

    Oh, you're "demonstrating an exercise in futility " by calling someone else for help? Piss off. By the way, hunty, I wasn't asking you for sh!t, you're just thinking that I was but I wasn't. Next! 

    :mattafact:

    Wow, you really are a truly pleasant individual. Once again, I will decide to conclude our conversation by taking the high road. You should consider giving it a try sometime. 


  2. Just now, Brichney. said:

    I didn't say he did, either. So, stop over-defending privileged men. He's already has enough privilege, he doesn't need anyone to defend him. 

    I already called him spineless and selfish, but you literally just asked me why I don't think he's a sexual assaulter, and considering there's never been any allegations of such, I answered accordingly. But now I'm guilty of defending overprivileged men? 

    Unless you're deliberately trolling, in which case I'm just demonstrating an exercise in futility by desperately trying to make logical connections between your posts, then I must concede to being very confused by your thought process. 

    @fucknfurter...help! any insight here? 


  3. 23 minutes ago, fucknfurter said:

    That was my wedding song. :mcry:

    As for Legion... nah, not a fan.

    Really?! :crying4: That's so beautiful, it's one of my all-time favorite Xtina ballads. It essentially reminds me of a sequel to "Save Me From Myself," which Christina wrote about her husband (the music video actually features real footage from her wedding). It's really beautiful, and given it's an acoustic song with soft, muted vocals, it's also very different from the ballads she's traditionally associated with. Highly recommend! 

     


  4. 31 minutes ago, Brichney. said:

    If you're capable of doing one, you're capable of doing the other. He did what he did to Janet. 

    As human beings, we are all capable of anything, from the worst atrocities imaginable, to the kindest acts of generosity and selflessness. What matters are the actions we've actually conducted. 

    JT was spineless and selfish for not owning up to his own part of the backlash resulting from the obviously pre-planned Superbowl stunt he pulled with Janet, but that is entirely incomparable with being a sexual predator. 


  5. 21 hours ago, BrittonJeanSpears said:

    That is so cute! :clap: God, I wish I had a man that gorgeous. The fact that he and I are the same age and I look more like David than I do him says a LOT. :crying11: 

    It doesn't say anything at all, honestly. Think about it--Britney was in long-term relationship with both David and Sam, so even though they don't resemble one another physically, she was obviously attracted to both regardless.

    And just anecdotally, I'm personally far more attracted to intelligent men with a quirky sense of humor and a purposeful pursuit in life than I am to a conventionally good-looking guy with nothing of substance (actually, I'm not attracted to the latter at all, even at first glance. Physical appearance alone has never been sufficient to pique my interest). 

    It sounds cliche, but nevertheless, it absolutely bears repeating that one's personal qualities are far more important than their physical appearance. The latter may spark initial attraction in some people, but the former is what endures.

    Plus, most of us are looking for someone we can grow old with. And whether we are considered good looking in youth or not, we all inevitably lose our looks one day. So ultimately, in our later years, if we're fortunate enough to have a partner beside us, it's because they genuinely love us for who we are, not because of how we (previously) looked.

    There's nothing wrong with taking pride in one's appearance, but don't get down on yourself for something that's ultimately inconsequential.

    Sorry for the super cheesy (and lengthy) speech, but I think it's honestly important to remind both friends and strangers alike, that if you're a human being with a good heart, then you're fucking beautiful. Own it. 


  6. 9 minutes ago, Brichney. said:

    You do know that Ben Affleck assault video from TRL was tapped in 2003, right? Still relevant because it was NOT fair. 

    Unfair? When the perpetrator of unwanted sexual conduct remains unpunished for his actions, it's a miscarriage of justice because he's committed a CRIME. Hence the relevance. Bad-mouthing one's ex may be myopic or in poor taste, but it's hardly illegal. I'm not trying to be rude or begin an argument, but that was honestly an incredibly offensive attempt at an analogy.


  7. 1 hour ago, BoyToySoldier said:

    The test was just the straw that broke the camel’s back for Wade. He found Jamie and the team far too controlling.

    Huh, interesting. Not surprising in the slightest, but interesting nonetheless. :mhm:  

    It's such a shame, Wade knew how Britney's body moved and created amazing choreography to complement it accordingly. It's clear he was extremely involved and hands-on with everything pertaining to her dancing, since you can see him actively working with her and helping her perfect even the slightest of movements on all the behind-the-scenes and "making of" videos for Slave, DWAD, Pepsi commercial, etc. 


  8. 3 minutes ago, BoyToySoldier said:

    Andre was let go because he tested positive for weed. Wade refused the drug test so he left too.

    Such a stupid reason to fire anyone, especially since recreational pot is now legal in California! By that logic, we should start drug testing people for potential usage of caffeine, alcohol and tobacco products. (And this is coming from a non-pot smoker; I have no personal stake in its legalization, other than the simple fact that it logically deserves to be). 

    Sorry for the relatively off-topic rant. :outwithit:


  9. 58 minutes ago, Million Billion said:

    The first four are on that position because they came up at a time where streaming music has come a stronger source for music to be played. It's the same effect when talking about views on Youtube, huge hits before used to reach around 200-500 views, nowadays huge hits can reach 1 or 2 billion views, standards keep changing, it's just that. 

    Well, I think it is because of that and as @Brichney. says, they were release as a teaser of what the album was gonna be like. Except Change your mind. 

    Yeah that's precisely what I was intending to say (but maybe failed in wording it well). Essentially, Glory was released during the streaming age, so naturally the promo singles would receive the most streams aside from the actual singles, and of these promo singles, DYWCO would obviously receive the most since it had the greatest amount of actual promo (i.e., Today Show performance), followed by PS due to it coming in second in terms of quantity of exposure to the GP resultant of the commercial, segment on E, etc, while Clumsy is third as it was still a promo single, but received no additional promo outside of that fact.

    Hence, I wasn't surprised by the numbers or their respective number of streams, unlike others on here who expected older album cuts to have made the list (despite streaming not having been a factor during that time period).

    Hopefully this clarified my initial post, because we are seemingly on the same page. :) Also, excuse the paragraph consisting solely of run-on sentences; I'm using speech-to-text and the results are grammatically egregious. :gross:


  10. 5 hours ago, Lilith said:

    I am legion
    I am yours
    I am ruthless
    I am torn
    I am Cesar
    I am sun
    I am human

    I am x10000 I am x200000
    yes let's feed some more Britney's egocentric personality :tiffcackle: Glad she didn't record it tbh, this sh!t ass song with those lyrics sounds like what 5-6 year old kids read in books to learn words :tiffcackle: "I am legion" "I am cat" "I am dog" "I am sun" "human" "Caesar salad" "momma" "daddy" "I am shitting my diaper" weeeeeE :tiffcackle:

    Ironically, Christina did a song similar to this in 2010 (literally entitled "I Am"), but far more mature and vulnerable:

     


  11. 24 minutes ago, sibode said:

    I'd have loved a cover like this one instead of the Glory one. Just with BRITNEY SPEARS / GLORY written in black.

     

    I agree, it's very pretty and still maintains that incandescent quality to accurately reflect the album title (yet refrains from blinding the viewer or washing out the artist until she's nearly indistinguishable). 


  12. 29 minutes ago, MX3 said:

    I'm guessing change your mind is there cause ppl could have checked it out after hearing it at piece of me?? isn't it the new 'radar' intermission song? 

    I'm dead at drop dead beautiful being on there lol 

    That's possible, I forgot that it's an interlude at POM.

    And yeah, DDB is just...there are no words honestly, there will never be adequate justification for any song (aside from something off of a "Veggie Tales" soundtrack) to be referencing steaming vegetables.

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  13. Not surprised at all about the first three or their respective order of popularity, given 1) they were all promo singles, 2) DYWCO was actually given a televised live performance (unlike her second single :britdrown:), and 3) PS had an accompanying perfume and commercial.

    However, "Change Your Mind" could actually be reflective of some GP interest in the song and its hypothetical chances at having been a successful single. Oh well. :britstare11:


  14. 1 hour ago, DownAndUp said:

    Okay yeah, after yesterday’s debate, totally had a think about things and 90% if you are right. In no way shape or form do I think Britney is perfect, because it’s fact she isn’t.

    what I was annoyed at was just those who critises everything she does good and bad, you know what I mean?

    so maybe I should have explained myself better and not got so defensive and those who disagreed with me. One of my biggest flaws is during debates and arguments I enjoy winding somebody up.

     

    so yeah, this concludes this thread I made.

    That's commendable. Very few people are willing to swallow their pride, express regret and admit to having allowed their emotions get the best of them. So, good for you, and I think this should be the end of this particular source of drama. :)


  15. I'll give the album a listen but really hope the material is better than the lead single. "What About Us" is not a bad song per se, but it's a pretty weak attempt at making a sociopolitical statement, particularly from someone who previously released the truly spectacular and powerful "Dear Mr. President." Pink is extremely talented and capable of making great music, so it's hard for me to really appreciate any generic "Adult Contemporary" tracks from her, even if the vocals are great. Nevertheless, hoping to be pleasantly surprised with the remainder of the album. 


  16. On 10/13/2017 at 12:57 PM, It'sSamB!tch said:

    January 22 it is!:hipney:

     

    On 10/13/2017 at 1:02 PM, Isla. said:

    Going to the February 4th date in London! :) 

     

    20 hours ago, Elipreetsingh said:

    Ok it’s look very cool but I well go to on her tour in o2 arena in 2018!

    I'm so glad she was able to keep her promise and you guys got your dates rescheduled! I hope you have an awesome time! I'm seeing her December 8 (in the US) and am so excited. :pumped:


  17. 29 minutes ago, fucknfurter said:

    One of the OPs of those "negative fans suck" threads took someone's analogy about Britney to heart (the person had said something along the lines of sending your favorite dish back if ill prepared) and started calling those unhappy with Britney current work ethic "cannibals", or suggested that person had a problem with cannibalism. :NYcackle:

    I think s/he has us confused with the wrong fanbase. :uknowit:

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