is that seriously the cats face omfg
I. Am fabulous.#whitneyhairflip
That awkward moment when you don't want to come out of your room because there are strangers in your house. →
…or even when people you know are in your house lol
I think all of you out there owe an apology to Rebecca Black. #thatfirstnote
Edit: Ok so my brother challenged me to say something nice about this video. While I still ponder that. I will state the 10 main reasons this video/song phails…
10. Her face makeup doesn’t match.
My brother had to point this one out. I was too distracted by the song.
9. The waterpark setting.
Really? The waterpark. Was that the only place they could get a permit to do this video? I see people in floaties.
8. The lead guy looks like he doesn’t want to be there.
LOL Seriously. He looks so intentionally awkward. I’m surprised he didn’t whip out his cell phone and start fake texting someone.
7. Those generic-ass lyrics.
From the end credits, it showed that she wrote the lyrics. Deep stuff.
6. Ohhh, it’s in English.
No kidding. It took me about a minute to realize it was in English. And it wasn’t her accent, it was just all that autotune.
5. I ♥ Dance?
But she didn’t though. At least not well. Maybe she loves to watch dance.
She looks like a 12 year-old with way too much makeup on. I did my research and she’s allegedly 19. But still…
3. Vacant expression.
She makes the SAME face in EVERY frame. (-_-)
2. The comments on the vid are disabled.
Really? What’s the point of putting out an epicly bad music video if the YouTube community can’t express their eloquent opinions?
1. AUTOTUNE FAIL.
I mean without the autotune, I doubt it’d be better. But her producer/engineer just totally effed her over with that bad autotune job.
Now onto 5 positive things to say:
1. The beat…
…is honestly not that bad for a trashy Euro-pop song.
2. She IS pretty.
She could model…if she promises not to sing again.
3. The park setting is nice.
It’s a nice backdrop to that awkward nervous-guy/”seductive”-girl scenario mess.
….yeah I got nothing else.
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