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2012-05-06 03:31:24 AM
Puns are the "Low"est form of humor, Subby.
 
2012-05-06 03:35:33 AM

KelvinTheClown: Puns are the "Low"est form of humor, Subby.


You must be pun at farties
 
2012-05-06 03:39:09 AM
I didn't see that pun coming,subby.... Nice volley.
 
2012-05-06 03:44:49 AM
/clap
 
2012-05-06 03:58:49 AM
now that he's made all that money, orange you going to ask him what he's going to do now?
 
2012-05-06 03:59:24 AM
that's a florida two-fer
 
2012-05-06 04:21:47 AM
I don't think "appeal to the lowest common denominator" is that secret of a recipe.
 
2012-05-06 04:52:27 AM
Sweet Jesus, the state of Florida itself has become sentient?!
 
2012-05-06 07:24:45 AM

KelvinTheClown: Puns are the "Low"est form of humor, Subby.


Yah, they're the Lowest of the Low
 
2012-05-06 09:21:00 AM
I've never heard even one of his songs. Hell I don't even own a radio. Or a computer.
 
2012-05-06 09:38:52 AM
Who?
 
2012-05-06 09:39:34 AM
I always pronounce his name Florida. It makes me feel funny.
 
2012-05-06 10:14:47 AM
No chance I would ever listen to that "music".
 
2012-05-06 11:34:01 AM
He seems sadly delusional that his career is not a product created by record company creeps.
 
rka
2012-05-06 11:36:41 AM
He's the Nickelback of rap.

Find a repeatable recipe for a catchy hook and run with it all the way to the bank.
 
2012-05-06 11:43:21 AM

REO-Weedwagon: He seems sadly delusional that his career is not a product created by record company creeps.


As opposed to all other bootstrappy recording artists
 
2012-05-06 12:03:42 PM
Well, It doesn't make sense not to come up with hot music.
 
2012-05-06 12:16:41 PM

rka: He's the Nickelback of rap.

Find a repeatable recipe for a catchy hook and run with it all the way to the bank.


You just described all top 40 music
 
2012-05-06 12:22:37 PM
Good times subby.
 
2012-05-06 12:22:42 PM
I have no idea who this guy is...
 
2012-05-06 12:40:18 PM
Didn't read. Laughed at this.

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2012-05-06 12:40:58 PM
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/What?
 
2012-05-06 12:46:54 PM
Flo Rida gets his own fark tag?

Next you'll tell me that whiny kid from ST:TNG will get one too...
 
2012-05-06 12:52:47 PM
Holy fark, those bizarre artists, where do they come from? And whats going on with the names? Nina Hagen and Grace Jones used to scare me in the past
 
2012-05-06 12:55:05 PM
I do confess that sometimes.... You know Sometimes I get a good feeling. You know, it's just this Good feeling I find that I have sometimes. I'll bet you do to

/he's so cheerful
 
2012-05-06 01:04:07 PM

edMinton: Didn't read. Laughed at this.

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Chocolate Blofeld?
 
2012-05-06 01:38:38 PM
The CD player in my car is broken, so i'm forced to make do with the few radio stations in my city. I hear his songs now and then and they're veritably catchy, and certainly not any worse then what else gets played most of the time.

I mostly listen to the genres subsumed under "classical", but I won't pretend to be above enjoying simple pop occasionally.
 
2012-05-06 02:20:36 PM
You've probably never heard of the band I listen to....."Bialys with Lox and Cream Cheese". They started in a Jewish deli in Boca Raton. There's Maxwell "Goldy" Goldstein on drums, Judith "The Yenta" Cohen on bass, Abraham "Rabies" Rabinowitz on guitar and Moses "The Plague" Mandel on lead vocals. They're a punk/goth band and write their songs in Yiddish. You wouldnt understand.
 
2012-05-06 02:23:08 PM
Recipe consists of 3rd grade rhymes set to someone else's music?
 
2012-05-06 05:26:41 PM
The only part of that one song of his that you hear everywhere is the only part without him in it. I looked it up after it earwormed me and imagine my surprise to suddenly hear rap lyrics.
 
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