Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Sluts on parade

Yeah, I know subtlety is dead, but the song "Don't Cha" by the Pussycat Dolls crosses all boundaries. Maybe I'm being an uptight prude, but hearing my 12-year-old niece sing along with it the other day made me want to retch.

Do we really need more ho's-in-training?

Don't cha wish your girlfriend was hot like me?

Don't cha wish your girlfriend was a freak like me?

Don't cha

Don't cha

Don't cha wish your girlfriend was raw like me?

Don't cha wish your girlfriend was fun like me?

Don't cha

Don't cha


Always nice to see sluttiness and bravado converge. Unfortunately, it works (re: Paris Hilton).

10 comments:

  1. Blame your sister or brother (which ever it is) for their daughter singing the song. It's not the Pussy Cat Doll's fault that your niece's parents allow her to listen to that sort of music.

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  2. I fucking love that song! I can't get it out of my head. I'm singing it all the time. Then again, I'm a 300 pound bearded man, so go figure.

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  3. Sorry, DPB, I don't recall saying anyone was at fault. I merely said the song sucked, the lyrics are slutty and it gets on my nerves. We refer to that as "an opinion."

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  4. No need to apologize. Maybe I should have said you should direct your "retch"ing towards your sister or brother (whichever it is).

    and I'm with lefcoast. good song.

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  5. Good song?! I give up on your readers Christian, see hat writing about politics gets you?

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  6. The song is useless and the "band" is worthless.
    "Sluts on parade" couldn't be more correct.
    The very small amount of clothing they wear is to distract you from the real fact: they have no talent. And that, my friends, is called marketing.

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  7. I have to wonder: what does Sheldon think about all this? Come back, Shel, we miss you.

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  8. Who's Sheldon?

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  9. Jo, scroll back a few days and weeks and you'll experience Sheldon's magic. (Check under post, from April 20, Sheldon the Emoticon).

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  10. OK, OK I get it now. He's all "shiny happy people". Probably wouldn't be too pleased with my critique of the PCD's performance and vocal abilities (or lack there of).

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