I think Rebecca Black is hilarious. And a GENIUS.
A musical genius? Well, I don't know, I wouldn't imagine so, but a marketing genius certainly.
That song "Friday", I got curious enough to search it on Youtube, and it's a riot. The shallow, awful lyrics, that despicable chorus, her smile you just want to put a fist into the middle of, the creepy appearance by the 30 something black rapper in the video, it's all genius.
I think she and whoever else collaborated in making this song might have literally sat down and said "how can we make THE WORST POSSIBLE SONG WE CAN, that will, of course, make us piles and piles of money?"
And they succeeded, it was atrociously bad, so of course an instant hit.
It's like how people hate on Justin Bieber. They make FB pages "hey, let's vote JB out of our gender, guys!" which would make me rage and then cry for humanity if I didn't know that those guys actually, deep down, love JB and want wild sex with him.
Because these days, it doesn't matter whether people absolutely LOVE your song, or DESPISE it, just as long as they have passion for it, either for their hate of love of it. You don't want it to be only mildly good, or mildly bad. Those don't get you attention.
She now has the most disliked video on Youtube, but she's still raking in tens of thousands in royalties from Youtube, more from iTunes, it's genius, a song that's so bad, that people will hate it so thoroughly that they'll end up giving money hand over fist just to hate on it.
I mean, if I was JB, I wouldn't care if people called me gay, it's attention, people love it.
Like Charlie Sheen, he's a genius, he's making thousands and thousands.
And, the idea of Pansexuality...
I mean, if you can abide by it, it's a good idea, that love has no gender, ethnic or any kind of dividers that seperate it...
But most people can't abide by it, and it's not by a lack of trying.
I mean, with girls, I could try, I did actually, 4 times, 4 girlfriends, the 4 worst times of my life... Well, maybe not anymore, but still.
For the first 2, I thought I was straight, the 3rd one drew me out of the closet for the most part, by the 4th one I was gay and out, with a girl that was totally clueless, ruthless, and obsessed with me... :P
But for the first 3, I tried. I tried my best.
Didn't work out for me.
I just can't work it out. I can love girls as friends, like "oh there's Shelby! I love that girl!". But could I ever look into her eyes and say "I love you"? Well, first, ewwwww.... And second, no.
Romantically, and definitely sexually, it would never work.
I don't discount the possibility, but I find it very, very remote.
And with ethnicities, well, I really don't know. I've never really been attracted to any blacks or hispanics, although of course I go to an almost completely white-asian school, where I have found crushes in both categories...
But I just don't think it would work out as well.
Who am I kidding, how do I even know I'm gay? I could pretty well say for a fact I'm not straight or bi, but I've never been in a relationship with a boy, what do I know?
Maybe it'll be different than I imagine, and maybe I'm just asexual.
But I've heard of other guys, never been in a relationship, thought they were gay, got into a gay relationship and were perfectly happy.
So, anyway, I probably am.
So I just couldn't be Pansexual I think, even if I tried, I've just never seen a girl, black, or hispanic that I am attracted to. Ever. And I don't think I well.
And should I want to try? I don't think so.
So, what's goin down mah queers?