Monday, November 15, 2010

Totally Talent-Free Singer of the Day

This caterwauling is so bad it will make the paint peel right off the walls. Listen at your own risk. ~posted by Daisy


17 comments:

  1. Notice how everyone in the audience is enjoying it like it's the best thing they ever heard? What's up with that?

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  2. Christ and niblets, Daisy, have you no shame? I feel violated, and not in a fun, moist-panty kinda way.

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  3. Wow. I got the impression she was a little mentally handicapped maybe? Maybe that's why everyone was so nice about it and pretended to enjoy it...

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  4. Yikers. That's one way to start off a Monday. Now if you will excuse me, I have to go shoot up a schoolyard.

    Thanks, Daisy.

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  5. I don't think they were pretending to enjoy it. (I know I wasnt!) They were tossing beach balls around, talking amongst themselves, and they cheered the loudest for the guitar solos.

    If she is MR, they should have helped her choose a shorter song. That would have been MUCH kinder. (For everyone!)

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  6. A shame the band couldn't drown her out... or just plain drown her. There's something special installed in most peoples' brains that facilitates a self-awareness of singing talent. She was born without.

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  7. Sweet shit! What the fuck was that? Yeah, she's a reh-tard. Hell, I think they all are. Man, I have a headache now.

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  8. I think I am with Melissa - definitely some sort of handicap going on. See the lady in the light blue suit in the background? I bet that is her special ed teacher.

    And if not...the dancing is almost worse than the screeching.

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  9. Or maybe it was just one of those 'you had to be there' moments?

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  10. almost as good as The Final Countdown you posted...

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  11. You're welcome, all. I did warn you to listen at your own risk. :-D

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  12. OK, it's official, I.HATE.Daisy! Who told that heffa she could sing?

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  13. Bee! Great to see you. I was thinking about you the other day and wondered if you still came around. Glad to see that you do. Hope things are going well.

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  14. I have a teenage daughter with a developmental disability who likes to sing, and when I saw this I considered telling you all this was my daughter but decided that would be too evil :-) About a year ago, she did volunteer to sing a song at a pep rally - I *think* she's a better singer than this girl in the video. Two years ago, she was determined to try out for the school talent show singing a song called "Desperate" with her friend accompanying on the trumpet. I can't say I was too broken-hearted when the talent show got cancelled before the tryouts. Kids really are mostly nice and supportive but that probably would have been pushing it...

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  15. Is she wearing an honor society cord? She's probably the valedictorian.

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