“There are many ways to ruin a good thing. Sometimes overexposure, such as hearing a once-catchy song over and over again (yes, radio stations, believe it or not there were songs other than Pocket Full of Sunshine that came out this year). This summer alone yielded three glaring examples that I feel need to be addressed.””
There are many ways to ruin a good thing.
Sometimes overexposure, such as hearing a once-catchy song over and over again (yes, radio stations, believe it or not there were songs other than Pocket Full of Sunshine that came out this year).
This summer alone yielded three glaring examples that I feel need to be addressed.
So, like your blabbermouth friend who told you everything that happened in The Dark Knight before you had a chance to see it, here are some people and organizations that were ruined.
Facebook Applications. Want to see what your fiends are doing on a daily basis or see pics from your roommate’s vacation?
We can do that.
Wondering if the girl that sits in front of you in Biology, whom you would never have the guts to actually talk to, has a boyfriend?
Got you covered.
Facebook was once useful for these and several other purposes.
But now, it appears everyone’s favorite stalker tool, excuse me, social network has really taken it a bit too far.
The applications would have been cool if it stopped at sports teams, but do I really have to get new Mob Wars invitations three times a week from people I said hi to once in my life?
Don’t get me wrong, I like reading offensive bumper stickers as much as anybody, but if you’ve sent me 12 and none are on my profile, do you think you might start to get the clue I don’t want them?
I don’t care which 50s pin-up girl I would be, I’m not interested in your piece of flair and why bother sending me a drink if I can’t enjoy the taste or effects?
Applications, please go away before you totally ruin our beloved Facebook.
The media on Brett Favre.
BREAKING NEWS: Brett Favre announces retirement!
BREAKING NEWS: Brett Favre wants to come back!
BREAKING NEWS: Brett Favre picked a wedgie!
Unless you’ve been stranded at sea since March, you definitely know that everyone’s favorite Wrangler spokesperson retired, un-retired, returned to The Packers and then became a Jet.
But thanks to E!, excuse me ESPN’s stalker-like coverage of the whole ordeal, you probably know more details of Favre’s life more than the 3-time MVP does.
ESPN wasn’t the only media outlet with a borderline obsession over the future hall-of-famer.
Did you ever think you would see the day Brett Favre would be interviewed on a station like Fox News?
It was a very interesting ordeal, but why do we have to turn to Greta Van Susteran for our latest sports updates?
New Kids On The Block Summertime Music Video.
Let’s be real people, no matteer who your favorite band is, you can’t deny that NKOTB put out the catchiest song of the year with Summertime.
However, while the purpose of music videos is to promote songs in a positive light, the visual aid for this catchy track did just the opposite.
If you aren’t creeped out by a geriatric-looking Donnie Wahlberg grinding on a girl young enough to be his great-granddaughter or the downright awkward dance number at the end of the video, you may have serious issues that require immediate attention.