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Touch of my foot

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  1. 13 minutes ago, Touch of my foot said:

    So you assuming britney is a meat not a vegetable or a fruit? How DARE you. :lemmetellu:

    So if you really want me to ‘compare her to something decent’, fine. If a box see a worker not doing his or her job properly or not dressed properly, the worker will be reprimanded. Like Britney, if she’s not giving her best, of course people will comment on her performance skills, looks and costumes. 

    So, do you agree that she is open to critism in this thread? Cause I think this is not a ‘disrespectful’ analogy


  2. 2 minutes ago, DownAndUp said:

     

    Comparing a human being to food is ok? 

    Nice to know that you think of Britney as just a piece of meat...

    You have cannibalism issues. :xcuseme:

    So you assuming britney is a meat not a vegetable or a fruit? How DARE you. :lemmetellu:

    So if you really want me to ‘compare her to something decent’, fine. If a box see a worker not doing his or her job properly, the worker will be reprimanded. Like Britney, if she’s not giving her best, of course people will comment on her performance skills, looks and costumes. 


  3. 7 minutes ago, DownAndUp said:

    So now Britney is being compared to actual food consumption...wow you really do have no respect for her. 

    :ohnoney:

    Comparing to food is disrespecting? Anyways you get my point, everyone is entitled to their opinion and is allowed to give constructive criticism as long as they don’t break the rules


  4. Just now, DownAndUp said:

    Again that is people’s expectations, they pay to meet Britney Spears and they get to  meet her. Now if they advertised it as ‘meet Britney Spears with flawless hair makeup and outfit’ then they have a right to complain...until then they got what they payed for whether it lived up to their expectations or not

    That’s like saying that if you ordered food from a restaurant and it doesn’t taste great you have no right to change it cause it’s not advertised as ‘delicious, scrumptious, finger-licking food’?


  5. 6 minutes ago, diegofs said:

    well if she wasn't performing well after 4 years doing the same thing....... 

    i still remember the disaster of first make me performance 

    The first Make Me performance was one of the best she’d done cause she didn’t half-assed it. The performance in 2017 is ..... questionable.


  6. 2 minutes ago, DownAndUp said:

    People go to see Britney...do they see Britney yes. Does she live up to their expectations? That’s up to them

    People pay $1500 for Britney’s meet and greet and if her makeup was bad wouldn’t people be upset especially when they saw other M&G photos being miles better example like Asian Tour where her make up was great and M&G were free, compared to Vegas.


  7. 3 minutes ago, DownAndUp said:

    Obviously she respects our opinion on what we think of her music and performance because that’s what she chooses to do...but complaining about make up and costumes etc, that’s not our business? 

    I mean performing in Vegas to entertain people is her job. People go there to see amazing choreography and really awesome outfits cause that’s is why she got popular in the first place.


  8. I mean as a fanbase, we are relevant to her. If not, why did we get to chose Circus third single, FF’s 4th single? And why does she tour? For her fans like you and me. Every pop star’s career is based on the fanbase, so if majority thinks she does something wrong definitely britney will do something


  9. Just now, DownAndUp said:

    You have lost your point? 

    No if you said she wanted to cause controversy it means she still cares of what people think of her, she wanted everyone to think that she still can sing, not a talentless lipsyncer. So all in all, she does care what people say hence, wanting people ‘Something To Talk About’