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Yep. And you're so adorable. *Puts the Dunce hat on you*
Lololololz, says Bighead.
Again, you're just adorable. :D Kiss me, you fool. *Makes out with Bighead lewdly for a couple of minutes*
You're a pwetty wittle pwincess, trashing people after they've long gone and won't retaliate probably more harshly/wittily.
Adorable. I wish I could be cool like you, consequenceless...
They used to quite a lot more often back on the old forum, like sort of Splinter-era, maybe '03/'04. Noodles laughed when I called him "Jewdles" once.
Happy times, says Borat.
While I think JohnnyNemesis was a bit of an asshole (LM1565 always seemed mostly cool, and justified in the modding stuff), it's hilariously fucking cowardly and "I'm-a-little-bitch"-y to make this...
Schmeh. Same as the song, schmeh, just sort of indifferent to it. *Shrugs* Doubt I'll ever watch that again.
Fuck The Equalizer.
The original's so much better.
Their "100 Punks" and "80 Times" covers are so damn rad.
Gah, that show is such ass. All these shows are like Entourage, watching people you'd think are douchebags in real life, being douchebags, and everyone loves it.
"Bad Habit" on mainstream TV is...
They probably deserved to. It's a better song, and they're more of an up-and-coming fresh band while The Offspring's kind of old news.
Hm. I never noticed any difference between Co1 and Splinter in terms of sound, if there's any it seems pretty minimal. I love both album's guitar tone for the most part, but they sound pretty much...
I seriously can't figure out whether you're joking, or unbelievably fucking stupid.
Llama's right on point again. I seriously don't know what's up with the sound of the covers and this, because the two most recent studio discs sound fuckin' lightyears better.
I know this is going to bait some outraged accusations of "old-albums nostalgist, fuck you for hatin' on the new stuff lololz", but out of curiosity I threw Ixnay and Americana on the stereo today to...
To me it's always been "Leave It Behind", "The End Of The Line", and "All Along".
Sure, they're "core" Offspring songs, deep-cuts, filler-y I guess, but they always just seem pretty much "the...
Of fucking course CC was meant as a jokey song. What the uterus?
BHG, it's not some personal attack on the band, dude. They have way more hits than misses, with the new material too. A mixed reaction to a new song is hardly the end of the world, especially given...
I seriously doubt they'll release a full-length by April. Maybe a "Coming For You" single with a few extra songs, a B-side or a cover or whatever, but I think we'd have heard something by now if CFY...
^ Sanity. To the Llama you listen, yes.
Look, it's all well and good to have an opinion on things, but that's a pretty ridiculous thing to say.
To be fair, all of their recent stuff has been pretty cleanly produced, so there's not that...
But what's this stuff about "changing styles", anyway? RAFRAG wasn't exactly their first album they'd done with a clean sound and more radio vibe. They basically started experimenting with "one...
Then brutally murder you with the spoon.
Wow, this is surprising. Like a lot of you, I'm just not feeling it either.
It doesn't suck or anything, and it's definitely sort of an ear-worm, has a catchy hook which would earn it the...