Well, it’s true that I have been hurt in my life. Quite a bit. But it’s also true that I have loved, and been loved and that carries a weight of its own. A greater weight, in my opinion. It’s like that pie chart we talked about earlier, in the end, I’ll look back on my life and see that the greatest piece of it was love. The problems, the divorces, the sadness… those will be there too, but just smaller slivers, tiny pieces.
Prepare for trouble.
And make it double.
To protect the world from devastation
To unite all people within our nation.
To denounce the evils of truth and love.
To extend our reach to the stars above
Team Rocket blasts off at the speed of light!
Surrender now, or prepare to fight!
Me-owth, that’s right!
Bless this post.
Making a separate post of this because IT’S NOT TRUE, NOOO, STAWP SPREADING ITTTT.
Don’t mean to hijack a post to say NO U R WRONG but I keep seeing this post and that’s not what the song is about.
It’s calling the MEN the dogs because they’re running around panting and woofing at women.
“I heard a woman shout out—who let the dogs out?”
Then we see women as dog-catchers.
And a dog jumping up trying to get on a lady.
“Get back cruffy, back scruffy,
Get back you flea infested mongrel”
Is meant to be a woman telling a dog (a guy) to leave her alone.
Then there’s “to any girls callin’ them canine”. Clearly the women are calling the men dogs here.
“Say, a doggy is nuttin’ if he don’ have a bone” HE. Doggy is nuttin’ if HE.
“Well, if I am a dog, the party is on
I gotta get my groove ‘cause my mind done gone”
Dude’s acknowledging that he may be one of those guys at parties/clubs.
“Me and my white short shorts
And I can’t see color, any color will do
I’ll stick on you, that’s why they call me ‘Pit bull’”
He can’t see color, HE is the dog.
So don’t be crushed. It’s a song about guys acknowledging that other guys can be brazen and annoying when hitting on women when they just wanna have a ball at the club and dance.
OH THANK GOODNESS
did the baha-men really make a hit song addressing the harassment of women?
well check y’all out
either that or they were just singing a song about who let the flipping dogs out.
more analysis than an english teacher.
HOW I WOULD DO IN THE HUNGER GAMES
- Announcer: 5, 4, 3—
- Me on the platform: *trips*
I like drinking tea alone, and reading alone.
I like riding the bus alone, and walking home alone.
It gives me time to think, and set my mind free.
I like eating alone, and listening to music alone.
But when I see a mother with her child;
A girl with her lover;
I am a millenial. Generation Y. Born between the birth of AIDS and 9/11. Give or take. They call us the global generation. We are known for out entitlement and narcissism. Some say it’s because we’re the first generation where every kid gets a trophy for just growing up. Others thinks it’s because social media allows us to post every time we fart or have a sandwich for all the world to see. But it seems our one defining trait is a numbness to the world. An indifference to suffering.
Black Friday has officially begun, may the odds be ever in your favor.
“Like a lot of actors, the people they are on the inside are not necessarily the people they are on the outside. Emilia’s a bit of a clown, really. She’s very beautiful and very intelligent. She’s immaculately professional, but she’s very playful. She’s very funny, and she hides a lot of delicacy. She has a beautifully painted mask, and underneath that there’s a very vulnerable girl.”
- Sean Mathias on Emilia Clarke