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if ever there was a song written with the shrieking Harvester barmaid on a hen night in mind, this was it.
Warm them up for The Shrieking Harvester to come in and knock them dead with his black and white minstrel routine
The Crouton Factor
you hollowed out a loaf of bread and wore it as pants then kept pointing at your nob with cheeky glint in your eye making that joke about having a yeast infection?
the nan bread slippers looked rediculess.
*I'll get my coat*
I've been wrong before, though.
and its used pretty ubiquitously in the X Factor, whenever there's more than one female on screen.
Not that I watch the X Factor, someone told me this.
HERE COME THE GIRLS
Presumably being a part-cover it's easy to licence from the publishers, as well as fitting in with the aspirational bit.
the songs would be really catchy the following titles
1. here comes the man
2. here she comes
3. wow look at that
4. time to get exited
5. get this thing
6. this will get you laid
i will then sell the rights to advertisers and make a fuck load of cash
I HATE THIS SONG MORE THAN ANY OTHER SONG EVER, EVER.
I just hate the context it's being used in.
where I was working at that time.
do you reckon boots will run a MIB-soundtracked advert to sell MANLY products to MEN?
not bad for a lunch
i should have shrieked back at her really.
I MISS HIM SO
I think the real issue here is everyone who complains about is watching too much TV.
Saying that though, the xmas advert that has Fearne Cotton and Holly Willogby on..oh I hate that.
they've copyrighted the actual words "here come the girls".
NB. That song (the Sugababes version, obviously) has writing credits for three people, only one of whom penned the original and none of whom are band members.
and I bet Lulu doesn't even do Love Loves To Love Love.
Are we going to have "it's not Fleet Foxes" used as proper critical discourse forever now?