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Posts posted by fucknfurter

  1. 4 hours ago, Dark.Knight said:



    3 hours ago, nwonder said:


    What's funny to me -- in a :( way -- is both of these gifs are dealing with the same depressing subject, which is Buffy being raised from the dead by Willow and feeling empty inside. (I know Buffy too well. And I am forever sad that we never got to see Britney on the show. It would have been combining two of my favorites.)


  2. This is just a little nitpick I have, but-- Is it really gonna be called the Noodles Experience, or are you just taking that from 20/20, Jordan? Because if it is,.... :ehum: on the title, but to be fair, plenty of album titles from the big names suck, so it is a minor thing.

    But otherwise, hm. I'll see how I feel about his Superbowl performance/sound direction he displays there (and/or with the first single) to judge any further.

  3. 5 minutes ago, danny1994 said:

    She should’ve just answered “that’s a weird question, next”

    :mhm: It's really too bad she wasn't yet at her 'no fucks to give' stage when asked. I also agree that she shouldn't have been asked in the first place, but that was before starlets started asking the interviewers/press what the hell was wrong with them in rebuttal to those sorts of questions.

  4. 4 hours ago, nwonder said:

    Gimme More MV

    Buffy the vampire slayer appearance as April the robot *(although I guess this wasn’t really scrapped as it was cancelled before it happened)

    Perfume MV

    Original Doll

    Outrageous VMA performance *


    Honourable mentions:

    Make Me (although I think the original is overated af)


    Blackout re-release and radar fourth BO single 




  5. 21 hours ago, falka said:

    but maybe it's southern tradition to brag about hymen? :makeitrain: 

    :hahaha: It's not, but hey.

    It was more about the 'innocent' thing being coveted; being seen as someone who had sex was a controversial thing, and saying you were a virgin kept the church-attending part of the crowds happy. That's also why it was such a big deal when I'm A Slave 4 U came out, and why she lost the first chunk of her fanbase then.

    But as for people saying, 'How do we know she's not?', didn't Lynne admit to it in her book or something?

  6. 16 minutes ago, BoyToySoldier said:

    Felicia is full of it, just like Larry and the rest of them. They mislead us all the time. We can’t even trust her own team.

    An RCA exec had a listening session of the album in Summer of 2016 and I quote:

    “Britney’s really working on a fantastic record. I’ve heard about four or five songs that I think are just going to be big hits for her.”


    The label clearly believed in her. And why wouldn’t they? Why would the label want Britney Spears to flop when Justin Timberlake and P!nk are scoring consistent hits? The album was great, trendy, fun, etc.

    Britney just drops the ball and it’s extremely frustrating.

    This kind of logic, when the fans suggest the label wanted her to fail/didn't care, always baffles me. Why would they invest in her at all if they didn't care and wanted her to flop? I swear.

  7. 2 minutes ago, BoyToySoldier said:

    I wouldn’t mind dance music again as long as it’s different kind of dance than the electro and synth styles she’s so accustomed to. There’s garage, industrial, techno, trance, etc. out there.

    Actually agreed. Experimenting with different dance music would be totally fine; and she is Britney, so you can't expect her to venture too far away from what she's known for. A nice mix would be cool.

  8. I was excited, she looked amazing on the red carpet as others said.... and then it kicked into the chorus and I went, "Oh, no...." and I distinctly remember thinking that Exhale was gonna eat her alive for it, because Larry had promised a high-tech performance, and her commercial promised something iconic: and the performance itself was far too underwhelming. :ehum:

  9. 6 minutes ago, indyRS said:

    Didn't he do most of her FF album?

    He really pitched her voice up and nasaled the sh!t out of it.

    It's like he didn't care to show case her unique voice. It was lifeless, robotic, way too tuned up.

    Or is it just me?

    It's not just you.

    I always say it, but FF sounds like it could have come from any generic pop girl. :yaknow: It's a good album, for sure, but the last statement still is true to me.

  10. 4 hours ago, I Always Sing Live said:

    Something "Joanne", "Younger Now", "Rainbow", "Something to Talk About" esque! Something with a meaning, y'know? :sendinglove:

    Half of this fanbase wants hits and bops with the same tired-ass club bangers, and half wants real sh!t. (I am of the latter group, though, so I agree.)

  11. 55 minutes ago, Chaoscontrol said:

    They make tablets specifically for kids these days! I didn't even get my first cell phone until 8th grade, and THAT was early back then. It was a prepaid phone too, good old Nokia :)

    im not sure about Littlest Pet Shop, but def warn your SIL just to be safe. I figured there was more aunts/uncles here than anything, but we all still want the youngin's to be safe. I stand by it, the Internet is no place for a child.

    When I was younger, I loved the smurfs and would look up pictures of them on our family computer. I came across a... dirty picture (to say the least) of smurfette and papa smurf when I was a kid. I didn't know what it was, and called my brother over to show him. My parents heard us laughing about it and checked the history to find it later. They weren't pissed, but so disgusted that this was so accessible to young kids. After that, computer time was a lot more monitored until I got older lol. But the fact that this garbage is even more prominent nowadays, and kids pretty much have open access to it is downright scary. People are sick :( 

    I let my brother-in-law know; thanks for the heads up! And I agree. I wish my BIL/SIL would monitor my nieces more on the internet, but they seem content to let the kids wander off and do whatever they want online. Hopefully my warning will be enough for them to at least pay attention to what the kids are looking at.

    I was a bit older when the internet became a common, almost every household thing, but I didn't really get around that; I was just into sh!t like the sh!t I'm into now, so I was searching for Rocky Horror and Britney stuff even back then. I do remember that once on the WoB forums, some poster came in and posted a smut story about Britney and Jamie Lynn, and it was awfulllll; the fact that I still remember it is pretty telling. Fortunately they were banned and the thread was deleted, but I was like.... fourteen or fifteen at the time? And her fanbase WAS made of kids and teens back then, more so than now, so I can't imagine what it did to others.

    The internet really isn't safe for kids, no. And yes, people are sick.

  12. Its still weird to me that kids are given cell phones, tablets, laptops, etc., so young. I watched my nieces successfully navigate YouTube once or twice, at the ages of six and four, and it just freaks me out. (Fortunately, they're no longer obsessed with Frozen. Now if it's about something called Littlest Pet Shop, let me know, because I have a sister-in-law to warn.)

    But on subject, that's completely fucking gross, and I hope YouTube is taking the correct steps to purge the videos. :(