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Music, Videos, Tour Dates, Merch and more info from Avril Lavigne • Head Above Water Tour tickets are now available! Head Above Water is out now! Join the mailing list to receive daily email updates. Join now to receive daily email updates. Subscribe Now> Early Life. Avril Ramona Lavigne was born on 27 September 1984 in Belleville, Ontario, Canada, to her parents Judith-Rosanne Loshaw and Jean-Claude Lavigne.. At the age of 5, her family moved to Ontario’s Greater Napanee. She used to sing as a child, and her father bought her guitars, a keyboard, a microphone, and a drum kit. •Lavigne was the subject of the new television special, AVRIL LAVIGNE: ANYTHING BUT ORDINARY, airing Sunday (June 8) on the ABC-Family cable network at 9 p.m. ET -- The show chronicled Lavinge's childhood growing up in Canada, her family life, and her music. Avril Lavigne Facebook page has around 49,134,319 fan likes, and her Twitter account has around 21.6m followers. On the Avril Lavigne Instagram account, she has around 7.2m followers, while on YouTube, Avril Lavigne has around 9,287,700 subscribers. Avril Lavigne is the greatest artist in the industry. Avril Lavigne siblings. Matthew Lavigne (brother, born to Jean-Claude and Judy Lavigne). Matthew is the only brother to the Belleville born pop/rock singer. When Avril was a kid, Matthew always felt her singing was annoying because she was always “shouting” the house down with her “terrible” voice. Avril Lavigne Family Pictures, Husband, Kids, Age, Height Avril Lavigne is a singer and songwriter from Canada. She has earned significant name and fame due to his note worthy performance as a singer not only in Canada but also in all across the world. Facts about Avril Lavigne 3: the sales. Avril is a very successful singer. She had sold more than 50 million singles and 30 million albums all over the world. Facts about Avril Lavigne 4: the record. There are various records that she had. She became the young female soloist with the debut album Let Go reached the peak position in United Kingdom. The Avril Lavigne Foundation supports people with Lyme Disease, serious illness or disabilities. Through programs and grants, it provides funding, education and encouragement for its beneficiaries. “Your support of The Avril Lavigne Foundation allows us to raise awareness and aid prevention of the Lyme epidemic and other diseases,” explains ... In 2002 an eighteen-year-old Canadian newcomer named Avril Lavigne swept on to the U.S. music scene with her debut disc, Let Go. By the end of the year, three singles from the album, including 'Complicated,' broke into the top ten of the Billboard charts, and Let Go was the second best-selling CD of the year. . Lavigne's music scored high with fans and critics, but so did her personal style ...

He was a boy, she was a girl

2020.09.25 07:54 bruh_emoji He was a boy, she was a girl

In "sk8r boi" by Avril Lavigne she explains "he was a boy .... he was a punk". So now, we understand that he was a punk, ok. But then later she says: "all of her friends stuck up their nose, because they had a problem with his baggy clothes". Now correct me if I'm wrong, but punk kids didn't and don't wear baggy clothes, seems like the usual attire has been tight clothes for a long time now. Moreover, the song title presents an even bigger problem. Was he a skater boy???? Or was he a punk?? Because she does also give us the information that "she turns on TV, guess who she sees: skater boy rockin' up MTV" so we know he's been working on his musical career for a while now (the only sort of chronological timeline we get is that she says five years from now; explaining the time she witnessed his MTV appearance) but regardless, his musical talents were enough to credit him a spot in national TV.To me, it seems that he was more of a musician rather than a skater. We actually don't get to hear any information on his skateboarding abilities. Actually, we don't even know if skateboarding was his medium, he could've been a rollerskater or even an ice skater. We just don't know. The track leaves us with many more questions rather than answers, and frankly, I'm upset. She says in the song "now I'M with the skater boy" but it's almost impossible not to assume that would be AFTER his MTV performance, so why does she refer to him as the skater boy?? How dare she not praise him for his musical success?? It makes no sense.With all that being said, 10/10 fantastic fucking track. I would listen to it again.
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2020.09.25 01:46 sk038 An analysis

In "sk8r boi" by Avril Lavigne she explains "he was a boy .... he was a punk". So now, we understand that he was a punk, ok. But then later she says: "all of her friends stuck up their nose, because they had a problem with his baggy clothes". Now correct me if I'm wrong, but punk kids didn't and don't wear baggy clothes, seems like the usual attire has been tight clothes for a long time now. Moreover, the song title presents an even bigger problem. Was he a skater boy???? Or was he a punk?? Because she does also give us the information that "she turns on TV, guess who she sees: skater boy rockin' up MTV" so we know he's been working on his musical career for a while now (the only sort of chronological timeline we get is that she says five years from now; explaining the time she witnessed his MTV appearance) but regardless, his musical talents were enough to credit him a spot in national TV.To me, it seems that he was more of a musician rather than a skater. We actually don't get to hear any information on his skateboarding abilities. Actually, we don't even know if skateboarding was his medium, he could've been a rollerskater or even an ice skater. We just don't know. The track leaves us with many more questions rather than answers, and frankly, I'm upset. She says in the song "now I'M with the skater boy" but it's almost impossible not to assume that would be AFTER his MTV performance, so why does she refer to him as the skater boy?? How dare she not praise him for his musical success?? It makes no sense.With all that being said, 10/10 fantastic fucking track. I would listen to it again.
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2020.09.23 19:17 Scaredy-Chad Really looking for an outside perspective

Hey everyone, I’ve been having a serious gender crisis since Christmas of last year and I’m super confused and desperately want an outside perspective to put my thoughts. Around Christmas I came across the transition channel and it made me really consider that I am truly transgender. It makes so much sense when I look back on my life and consider how I feel right now.
My earliest trans memory is when I was 5 and my parents painting my nails with a clear coat thing to make me stop biting my nails and I loved the look. When I was seven, Sk8erboi by Avril Lavigne came out and I tried to switch some other lyrics to be “I was a sk8er boi” instead of “I was a sk8er girl” and it felt totally wrong and foreign to say I was a boy instead of a girl. I just decided its cuz the real lyrics just sounded better.
From 7-10 I absolutely adored Britney and Jamie spears and Jessica Simpson. Not in a lustful way, more like they are so cool and the best and perfect! Idk lol
It was also this age I got bitter id have to be a father when I grew up. I really wanted to be a mom and thought moms were the best and had the best life. In general too I also thought being a girl was better than being a boy and would make my life betteeasier.
I also had long hair at this age and I loved it and hated short hair but my grandpa said I looked like a girl and my parents made me cut it and keep it short since.
Around 10 I found a penthouse letters in my house and it had a gay story in that really made me feel weird. I asked my dad what gay meant and he told me gay people are men who want to be woman and should be shot (ughh hello lesbians and everything else wrong with this). Also, with the threat he’d take either of his kids out to do this if they were gay. I think this was the start of my repression. My family is super bigoted and this was the start of his indoctrination for me in relation to those views; it took me 10+ years to break out of it and learn what he would call “snowflake” beliefs.
At 12 I started to get really jealous of the girls wearing booty shorts around school. This was the first time I dressed as a girl when I came home and stole some of my mom’s short shorts and panties from the 80s(still feel bad but over 10 years later she still hasn’t touched any of those clothes). It made me feel so happy and true; but also turned on. After this I would periodically dress up but I never went farther or told anyone or anything.
From 12-14 I had a homeroom with groups and when I was 12/13 there was a trans girl at our table. I still had no idea what that was and thought he was gay and like to dress like a woman. She was treated terribly. Made me really scared to ever even give my feelings any light of the day.
It was also around this age I started to develop what I call “vagina envy.” I was jealous that girls didn’t have anything in the way and got longer, better, and multiple orgasms. I really wanted a vagina. I didn’t hate my dick(still don’t) but I really wanted a vagina and would trade if I could.
Additionally, (NSFW) I started to masturbate around 13. A few of my fantasies were M4M but the majority (95%+) were about lesbians. And I found that I was spending the majority of my fantasy focusing on what they were wearing instead of them. This lasted from 13-15 or so, then I started to imagine myself as the girl from 15-18. This was the age I tried makeup and accidentally went to school with some mascara on. I didn’t realize for a long time but all the girls knew lol (cute eyelashes, ur eyes are really pretty, did u do something new to ur eyes?). One girl even called me an egg(wish I knew what that meant back then!!!!!!). Probably didn’t help that at a party I made out with her best friend and thought my dick was gross and nobody would like it cuz I don’t really so I tucked without even knowing about tucking lol we dry humped so she knew.
At 16 I went clothes shopping with my mom(one of the only times, id usually just let her get what she wanted cuz I didn’t care) and was looking for a certain style of sweat pants and I didn’t find any I liked til I came across this yellow pair. I really liked them and the look and got them. Did not notice they had no pockets so when I got to school I was informed theyre girl sweats and I was just like idc they look good and I like the colour lol (I was a football player so no one really questioned me).
At 18 I stumbled upon sissy porn and figured I just had a fetish(upside tho, I finally came into contact with some transgender material, not the sissy stuff but searching through it sometimes you would find a trans blog or something). Eventually though I did a shrooms trip (around 19) and confronted some of my feelings. I decided I was trans and wanted to be woman but that it would hurt my family too much and it was selfish to do it. I decided I couldn’t be happy without transition or without family, both of which were impossible together. Therefore, I decided to live my life for them; to be the version of me that would make them the most happy.
I still fantasized and relied on sissy porn, but eventually I convinced myself it was a fetish and I needed to quit in order to be normal again so I stopped and forced myself if I had to masturbate to imagine straight scenarios with from the guy’s perspective. This lasted for a few years til I gave in again last year and it felt so right. But something changed; now I was imagining being a fully transitioned woman with none of the sissy elements, purely a w4m or w4w. And it felt so good. Additionally, around this time I got into the best shape I had ever been in (6’2 225lbs 10% bodyfat, I know humble brag lol) and still hated my body (always had). So I decided to get bigger and that made me feel worse. My shoulders were literally making me sick to my stomach. So for the first time ever I let myself explore these feelings and try to connect to some non-sexual lgbt spaces online. This led me to the transition channel. That channel made me realize I probably am trans and its not selfish to want to embrace it. A comment on their video led me to egg_irl.
egg_irl put all my feelings into words and showed me I’m not alone. The trans subreddits in general showed me that my feelings are somewhat common for trans people. This made me think I’m for sure mtf. When I read the above essay it seems obvious but I still don’t know. Idek why I wrote this all out. I guess I just want validation that people think my story could indicate I’m trans.
Thanks to anyone who actually read this haha
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2020.09.15 21:36 rageman2 Ranking Selena Gomez's Albums

After getting into Selena’s music about a year ago, I found that I really enjoy her whole discography and actually find it pretty underrated! I’m pretty much always in the mood for her songs since they’re so catchy, fun, and danceable. In addition to this, she has a lot of songs (specifically in her last two albums) that are personal for when I’m in my feelings. I get why people may not like her songs, but I think there’s more to her music than people give her credit for. Here’s how I’d personally rank her albums:
*6. ’A Year Without Rain’
I’d say this album is her weakest for a few reasons. First of all, it is pretty short, with just ten songs. While this isn’t inherently a bad thing, it doesn’t help that some of her weakest cuts are in this one. ‘Rock God,’ ‘Live Like There’s No Tomorrow,’ ‘Summer’s Not Hot,’ and ‘Spotlight’ (which strangely reminds me of Sisqo’s ‘Thong Song’ idk why) have to be some of my least favorite Selena songs. I don’t think they’re bad at all, but I don’t go back to them very often. However, this album does have some of her best songs, with the eternal bop ‘Round & Round,’ the still-beautiful ‘A Year Without Rain,’ and the wildly underrated bangers ‘Off the Chain’ and ‘Intuition.’ The album is pretty inconsistent and has a very ‘I’m still a Disney star but I want to grow up but I can’t due to my management’ vibe to it, so it comes across as a bit awkward. Still, thanks to its very short length, I think it’s worth checking out.
*5. ’Kiss & Tell’
I feel like this album is best described as ‘Avril Lavigne Lite’ or ‘Diet The Best Damn Thing.’ Which is not a bad thing! Following the pop-rock trend of the late-2000s, her debut record (along with her band The Scene) is a time capsule of the era it was made in. There are so many bangers that still get a good response from people (well, from my friends anyway lol) to this day, including ‘Naturally,’ ‘Falling Down,’ and ‘Tell Me Something I Don’t Know.’ Other songs like ‘As a Blonde’ and ‘Stop & Erase’ give off major Avril Lavigne vibes, which is a good thing in my book. Though she has strayed from the genre, Selena does pretty well in the pop-rock lane. However, I’ll be the first to admit that sometimes it sounds like Disney handed her songs and told her to sing. Still, she does her best with the material and her personality comes off as fun and carefree in this album.
*4. ’Stars Dance’
Speaking of fun and carefree, this album is the exact definition of that. ‘Stars Dance’ was her first solo album but has been somewhat forgotten since it came out. Maybe it got overshadowed since it came out in 2013 when another Disney star was having their ‘going bad’ moment. People have also generally disliked this album for its lack of personality and generic EDM sound. However, in my opinion, ‘Stars Dance’ is a ridiculously entertaining dance album with bangers from beginning to end. There’s truly not a dull moment, from the screams on ‘Birthday’ (I don’t care what anyone says this song goes OFF) to the insanely catchy ‘Slow Down’ and the very beautiful title track. I can see why people may have been disappointed with this album since it was her first solo venture and didn’t really tell us anything we didn’t know (pun intended) about her, but it’s still a damn fun time when you’re just in the mood to dance. Plus, it’s 2020 and life is miserable so why don’t we just stop acting so high and mighty and forgive this album already and drunkenly dance to ‘Forget Forever.’
*3. ’When the Sun Goes Down’
While I prefer ‘Stars Dance’ to this album, I do think this one is the better album critically speaking. ‘When the Sun Goes Down’ was the last album recorded with The Scene, and it showed a lot of maturity and growth at a time when she was still a Disney star. While it’s still tame enough for children to listen to, the songwriting isn’t quite as juvenile as it was on her first two records. Hell, I remember being scandalized as a kid when I heard her say “damn” in ‘Hit the Lights.’ The album continues the electronic sound that was kinda-barely-somewhat-there on ‘A Year Without Rain,’ and it ends up creating a lot of memorable moments. ‘Bang Bang Bang’ in particular is a standout track (and my second favorite Selena song period) not only for its charmingly sassy attitude but also due to its retro electronic/disco sound. Other standouts include the party anthem ‘When the Sun Goes Down’ and the strange but refreshing ‘Whiplash’ (very fittingly named), which was actually meant for Britney Spears’ album ‘Circus.’ Of her first four albums, this one has the best mix of good songwriting and great beats, which makes for a truly great time throughout.
*2. ’Rare’
Her most recent release, ‘Rare’ has received a lukewarm response in general. I don’t quite get some of the criticism it gets as I find it to be a pretty personal album with some of her best songs. ‘Cut You Off’ is a great petty/fuck you anthem, ‘Rare’ is an uplifting feel-good moment, and ‘Crowded Room’ is a genuinely beautiful song with natural chemistry between her and 6LACK. It’s apparent that Selena realized her strength lies in a more hushed delivery (even as a fan I can admit she’s not a strong singer), and this album plays into that. The songs are generally pretty chill and easy to listen to, but they also contribute to an overall story of Selena learning to love herself and move on from a past relationship (I wonder who that could be). Combined with great bonus tracks like ‘Boyfriend’ (I hoe it up to this song unapologetically) and ‘Souvenir’ (it pisses me off how underrated this song is), ‘Rare’ is definitely worth a listen if you haven’t heard it already. I know people’s opinions on the album have been somewhat middling, but I truly think it’s a great pop album that leans into Selena’s strengths.
*1. ’Revival’
While I hate to be so predictable, I really don’t think I could’ve put ‘Revival’ in any other spot. This album is when Selena officially transitioned into a fully grown and mature artist, and it remains her best work. Not only did her ‘whisper’ delivery start here, but the songwriting in this album is fantastic. Whether it's an upbeat moment like ‘Me & the Rhythm’ or a sexy and intimate song like ‘Good for You,’ Selena pulls off a wide range of emotions through both the lyrics and her delivery. Since she’s not trying hard to reach the higher notes that her earlier albums had, she has more room to emote and convey pain, happiness, and heartbreak. This album has drawn comparisons to Christina Aguilera’s ‘Stripped,’ and I can certainly see why. The album has deeply personal moments such as ‘Camouflage’ and ‘Sober,’ which show how Selena has way more depth than people give her credit for. The album is also uplifting like ‘Stripped,’ with cuts like ‘Cologne’ and ‘Rise’ being so infectiously positive that they always put me in a better mood. Not only do the songs tell stories through their detail, but this is the first time in her discography that Selena sounds fully confident and in control. This isn’t a collection of songs that Selena is singing, this is her album. She came into her own style with this one, and it remains one of the best pop records of the 2010s (I said what I said).
I think people often underestimate Selena’s music. Sure she’s not a great singer and a lot of her early discography could come across as manufactured, but I think she has greatly improved in the last few years. Selena actually reminds me a lot of Hilary Duff. Neither of their music is extremely groundbreaking, but they’re both likable personalities who have made some great pop records. Plus, who says (pun intended again) that all music needs to be deep or complex? A lot of the time, I just want a fun pop song, and that’s what Selena’s early music provides. For the times when I want something a little more personal, then her last two records provide that as well.
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2020.09.01 13:55 RELFantasticMaize2 My 18 year Generation Theory based on Cultural, Historical, and Technological Events

I decided to come back since this generation topic is just so interesting. Anyways, this is my generation theory. This will be my take on how I view each generation, based on 8 year pure cohorts and 10 year spectrums. Some of you may have seen a similar post like this in the past, as this is a repost, since I deleted the original post, with added notable people, and percentages of each generation. For those of you who have never seen the original post, in my opinion, I feel generations aren’t very clear cut and don’t evolve overnight. I don’t think people who are 15-17 years apart will share the exact same generation traits. I believe in 8 year solid cohorts, where the years that make up the quintessential part of the generation can be found. For Baby Boomers, it’s 1950-1957, for Gen X, its 1968-1975, for Millennials it’s 1986-1993, and for Gen Z, its 2004-2011. Everything else in between is a spectrum transitioning from one generation to the next. With these spectrums, every year, traits from the previous generation start to die off and new traits start to form, which would help lay the foundation for the next generation. With that out of the way, let’s begin:

Soomer Spectrum 1940-1949 Classes of 1958-1967
Last cohort to have any Silent traits, and the first to have any Boomer traits. They entered elementary school after World War II. They were all born after the introduction of the television. The first half were born during World War II and the last four years were born during the Baby Boom. They primarily spent most of their elementary school years and childhood during the post-war boom of the late 40s to mid 50s. The first half were born during World War II and the last four years were born during the Baby Boom. They are the 40s babies, were the pioneers of the Hippie Movement, and were the primary group drafted during the Vietnam War. They are the children of Greatests and Greatest Losts.
Famous people*: John Lennon, Bruce Lee, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Norris, Al Pacino, John Lewis, Bernie Sanders, Bob Dylan, Jesse Jackson, Kim Jong-Il, Muhammad Ali, Joe Biden, Stephen Hawking, Paul McCartney, Aretha Franklin, Robert De Niro, Mick Jagger, Danny DeVito, Jerry Springer, Herman Cain, Vince McMahon, Bob Marley, Donald Trump, Dolly Parton, Freddy Mercury, Sylvester Stallone, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Cher, David Bowie, Hilary Clinton, Arnold Schwarznegger, Elton John, Samuel L. Jackson, Prince Charles, Ozzy Osbourne, Meryl Streep, Billy Joel, Lionel Richie, Ric Flair, etc.\*

Pure Boomers 1950-1957 Classes of 1968-1975
Only cohort to have full Boomer traits. They entered elementary school after the Vietnam War began, primarily grew up during the rise of standard television, and entered high school after the Kennedy Assassination. The oldest year came of age in the year 1968, one of the most polarizing years in US history. The first half played a role in the Hippie Movement, as there was still a draft age, while the last couple of years came of age afterwards, but primarily spent most of their high school years and adolescence before the Disco era began. They are the children of Greatest Silents and Greatests.
Famous people: Dr. Phil, Bill Murray, Stevie Wonder, Robin Williams, Ben Carson, Phil Collins, Kurt Russell, Vladimir Putin, Patrick Swayze, David Hasselhoff, Hulk Hogan, Tim Allen, Cyndi Lauper, Oprah Winfrey, Jackie Chan, Denzel Washington, John Travolta, Roddy Piper, Walter Payton, Jerry Seinfeld, Howard Stern, Bill Gates, Kris Jenner, Steve Jobs, Bill Nye, Tom Hanks, Bryan Cranston, Bob Saget, Larry Bird, Mel Gibson, Caroline Kennedy, Bret Hart, Bernie Mac, Steve Harvey, etc.


Jones Spectrum 1958-1967 Classes of 1976-1985
Last cohort to have any Boomer traits, and the first to have any X traits. They entered elementary school after MLK’s I have a dream speach, which ended segregation, and were the first to grow up with Saturday morning cartoons, and during the rise of color television. They graduated high school after the release of the Apple I, but before the Challenger Disaster. The first half played a big role in the 1980 election. The first seven years were primary demographic during the Disco/Punk Era, as most of the cohort spent their adolescence during that time, with the last three years spending most of their adolescence during the MTV Era. They are the children of Greatest Silents and Silents.
Famous people*: Michael Jackson, Madonna, Ellen DeGeneres Simon Cowell, Magic Johnson, Weird Al Yankovic, Ultimate Warrior, Sting, Charlie Murphy, Dave Coulier, Mike Pence, RuPaul, Jane Lynch, Damon Wayans, Kathy Griffin, Tim Cook, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Sean Penn, John F. Kennedy Jr., Barack Obama, Princess Diana, Billy Ray Cyrus, George Clooney, Eddie Murphy, George Lopez, Ralph Macchio, Stephen Hillenburg, Michael J. Fox, Tom Cruise, Jim Carrey, Steve Carell, Steve Irwin, Michael Jordan, Johnny Depp, Brad Pitt, Whitney Houston, John Stamos, Lisa Kudrow, Kevin Chamberlain, Michelle Obama, Courteney Cox, Eazy E, Keanu Reaves, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Jeff Bezos, Robert Robert\ Downey, Jr., The Undertaker, J.K. Rowling, Dr. Dre, William Zabka, Chris Rock, Martin Lawrence, Charlie Sheen, Shawn Michaels, Ben Stiller, Scottie Pippen, Mike Tyson, Adam Sandler, Gordon Ramsay, David Schwimmer, Halle Berry, Janet Jackson, Rick Astley, Vin Diesel, Matt LeBlanc, Kurt Cobain, Will Farell, Julia Roberts, Jamie Foxx, Jimmy Kimmel, Mark Ruffalo, Eddie Guerrero, Chris Benoit, LaVar Ball, , etc.*


Pure X 1968-1975 Classes of 1986-1993 give or take late 1967 to mid 1975
Only cohort to have full X traits. They entered elementary school after Nixon’s second term election, which lead to his resignation. They were the first years to grow up with the first blockbusters such as Jaws, the first major gaming consoles such as the Atari 2600, and the first movie franchises such as Star Wars. They graduated high school after the Challenger Disaster, but before the launch of the World Wide Web, and primarily spent their adolescence before the USSR Collapse. They spent most of their high school years and adolescence in the MTV era and were the primary demographic. They are the children of Soomers and Silents.
Famous people: Will Smith, Hugh Jackman, Celine Dion, Tony Hawk, Kurt Angle, Terry Crews, Owen Wilson, LL Cool J, Tracy Morgan, Gary Coleman, Phil Lewis, Molly Ringwald, Jennifer Lopez, Ice Cube, Jay Z, Jennifer Aniston, Triple H, Paul Rudd, P Diddy, Matthew Perry, Mariah Carey, Melania Trump, Queen Latifah, Taraji P. Henson, Shane McMahon, Chris Jericho, Ted Cruz, DMX, Shawn Wayans, Tupac Shakur, Snoop Dogg, Elon Musk, Mark Walhberg, Winona Ryder, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Notorious B.I.G., Eminem, Shaquille O'Neal, Sofia Vergara, Big Show, Ben Affleck, Marlon Wayans, Gabrielle Union, Paul Walker, Edge, Pharrell, Tyra Banks, Neil Patrick Harris, Seth McFarlane, Jim Parsons, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jimmy Fallon, Rey Mysterio Jr., Lil Kim, Derek Jeter, Nelly, Ryan Seacrest, Christian Bale, Boogie2988, Angelina Jolie, David Beckham, 50 Cent, Fergie, will.i.am, Drew Barrymore, Tiger Woods, Tobey Maguire, etc.


Xennial Spectrum 1976-1985 Classes of 1994-2003 give or take late 1975 to mid 1985
Last cohort to have any X traits, and the first to have any Millennial traits. They entered elementary school after Reagan was elected, which made our society more right leaning, they primarily grew up with gaming post-1983 with consoles such as the NES and SEGA Master System. The first half spent most of high school during the Grunge Era, and the second half during the Y2K era. They all graduated high school after the release of the World Wide Web, but spent at least most of it before 9/11. The first half of this cohort were hit by the Dot-Com Bubble, while the second half was hit by the Great Recession. They were the first years to serve in the Afghanistan and Iraq Wars. They are the children of Soomers and Baby Boomers.
Famous People: Sia, DJ Khaled, Tiger Woods, Chadwick Boseman (RIP), Will Friedle, Fred Savage, Ryan Reynolds, Candace Cameron-Bure, Reese Witherspoon, Peyton Manning, Rick Ross, Chester Bennington, Blake Shelton, John Cena, Kanye West, Shakira, Tom Brady, Psy, Floyd Mayweather Jr., Brock Lesnar, Donald Trump Jr., AJ Styles, Jason Earles, Jerry Trainor, Jeff Hardy, Steve Aoki, John Green, Kobe Bryant, Ashton Kutcher, James Corden, Kenan Thompson, Usher, John Legend, James Franco, Rachel McAdams, Tia Mowry, Tamera Mowry, Zoe Saldana, CM Punk, Sheamus, Anthony Mackie, Manny Pacquiao, Kel Mitchell, Charlamagne Tha God, Tyrese Gibson, Kevin Hart, Adam Levine, Chris Pratt, Kourtney Kardashian, Pink, Aaliyah, Cooper Barnes, Heath Ledger, John Krasinski, Flo Rida, Rider Strong, Kim Kardashian, Channing Tatum, Ben Savage, Randy Orton, Macaulay Culkin, Gucci Mane, Ryan Gosling, TI, Christina Aguilera, Jake Gyllenhaal, Dolph Ziggler, The Miz, Swoozie, Beyonce, Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, Chris Evans, Pitbull, Meghan Markle, Ivanka Trump, Danielle Fishel, Alicia Keys, Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Dwyane Wade, Tati Westbrook, Jodie Sweetin, Keemstar, Anne Hathaway, Kelly Clarkson, Kate Middleton, Prince William, Roman Atwood, Chris Hemsworth, Nicki Bella, Carrie Underwood, Future, Mila Kunis, Scott Disick, Brie Bella,Khloe Kardashian, Eric Trump, Lebron James, Katy Perry, Scarlett Johansson, Avril Lavigne, Prince Harry, Ben Shapiro, Aubrey Plaza, T-Pain, Carmelo Anthony, Mark Zuckerberg, Lauren London, Christiano Ronaldo, Ashley Tisdale, Roman Reigns, Nipsey Hussle, J Cole, Lana Del Rey, Dean Ambrose, Anna Kendrick,etc.


Pure Millennials 1986-1993 Classes of 2004-2011 give or take late 1985 to mid 1993
Only cohort to have full Millennial traits. They all entered elementary school after the launch of the first Nickelodeon cartoons, which lead to the rise of cable kids programming, and grew up during the Disney Renaissance. They primarily spent their childhoods after the launch of the World Wide Web, and spent at least most of their adolescence and high school years in a post-9/11 world. They were the cohort hit the most by the Great Recession. They began high school after Y2K, and graduated after the release of MySpace and Facebook. They are the children of Baby Boomers and Generation Jones.
Famous people: Drake, Lady Gaga, Jenna Marbles, Raven-Symoné, Jeffree Star, Bruno Mars, Josh Peck, Drake Bell, Robert Pattinson, Ashley Olson, Mary-Kate Olson, Seth Rollins, Megan Fox, Lindsay Lohan, Lea Michele, Usain Bolt, Shia LaBeouf, Zac Efron, Lionel Messi, Blake Lively, Shay Mitchell, Michael B. Jordan, Naya Rivera, Anthony Padilla, Kendrick Lamar, Meek Mill, Kevin Jonas, Shane Dawson, Rihanna, Stephen Curry, Lilly Singh, Adele, Kevin Durant, Russel Westbrook, King Bach, Vanessa Hudgens, Blac Chyna, Lizzo, Pewdiepie, Taylor Swift, Chris Brown, Nina Dobrev, Daniel Radcliffe, Jason Derulo, Markiplier, Joe Jonas, Elizabeth Olson, James Harden, Carlos PenaVega, Logan Henderson, Corbin Bleu, Jennifer Lawrence, The Weeknd, Ryan Higa, Iggy Azalea, Machine Gun Kelly, Margot Robbie, Cash Nasty, Soulja Boy, Catherine Paiz, Sarah Hyland, Klay Thompson, James Maslow, Kendall Schmidt, Ninja, Ed Sheeran, Charlie Puth, Joey Graceffa, Amanda Cerny, Gabbie Hanna, Azzyland, Tyler the Creator, Fetty Wap, DaBaby, Quavo, Tyler Posey, Shailene Woodley, Jamie Lynn Spears, Emma Roberts, Selena Gomez, Cardi B, Cole Sprouse, Miley Cyrus, Austin McBroom, SSSniperWolf, Demi Lovato, Nick Jonas, Travis Scott, Dylan Sprouse, Mac Miller, Taylor Lautner, Ariana Grande, KSI, Zayn Malik, Niall Horan, Debby Ryan, Victoria Justice, Sofia Carson, Miranda Cosgrove, Lucas Cruikshank, etc.


Zillennial Spectrum 1994-2003 Classes of 2012-2021 give or take late 1993 to mid 2003
Last cohort to have any Millennial traits, and the first to have any Z traits. They entered elementary school after Columbine, which lead to kids becoming more sheltered. They primarily spent their childhoods in a post-9/11 world, witnessing our world becoming more mobilized. The first half were able to vote in the 2016 elections. They all spent most of their teens in the 2010s, which was half Millennial and half Gen Z culturally. They all graduated high school after smartphones surpassed flip phones in sales, but spent at least most of it before COVID-19. They are the cohort being hit the most by the COVID-19 Recession. They are the children of Generation Jones and Generation X.
Famous people*: Justin Bieber, Harry Styles, Lil Uzi Vert, Camila Mendes, Meghan Trainor, Halsey, Caspar Lee, Madelaine Petsch, Lil Baby, Logan Paul, Kendall Jenner, Ross Lynch, Timothée Chalamet, Post Malone, Gigi Hadid, Queen Naija, Dua Lipa, Megan Thee Stallion, David Dobrik, Tom Holland, RiceGum, Lele Pons, Zendaya, Liza Koshy, Dove Cameron, Alissa Violet, 6IX9INE, Lili Reinhart, Noah Centineo, Kylie Jenner, Jake Paul, Lonzo Ball, Camila Cabello, Nash Grier, Bella Thorne, KJ Apa, Becky G, Jacob Elordi, DDG, Infinite, Kodak Black, Lil Yachty, Olivia Holt, Kira Kosarin, Simone Biles, Blueface, Shawn Mendez, XXXTentacion, Brent Rivera, Tana Mongeau, Juice WRLD, Peyton List, Mr Beast, Jaden Smith, Tfue, Liangelo Ball, China Anne McClain, Peyton Meyer, Bradley Steven Perry, Khalid, James Charles, Madison Beer, Karan Brar, Grayson Dolan, Ethan Dolan, Sabrina Carpenter, Cameron Boyce, NBA Youngboy, Lil Nas X, Joey King, Addison Rae, Baby Ariel, Lil Pump, Jace Norman, Woah Vicky, Joshua Bassett, Kiera Bridget, Noah Cyrus, Willow Smith, Haley Pham, Meg Donnelly, Griffin Gluck, Dixie D'Amelio, Billie Eilish, Noah Beck, Emma Chamberlain, Morgz, Chloe Lukasiak, Nia Sioux, Rowan Blanchard, Isabela Merced, Hannah Meloche, Caleb McLaughlin, Lamelo Ball, Jacob Sartorious, Chase Hudson, Loren Gray, Maddie Ziegler, Asher Angel, Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, Skai Jackson, Jenna Ortega, Malu Travejo, NLE CHOPPA, Lil Tecca, Cash Baker, Matty B, Johnny Orlando, Sophia Grace Brownlee, Lizzy Greene, BhadBhabie, Olivia Rodrigo,etc.\*


Pure Z 2004-2011 Classes of 2022-2029 give or take late 2003 to mid 2011
Only cohort to have full Z traits. They all entered elementary school after Obama was elected, which made our society more left leaning, and after the Great Recession ended, but before Trump was elected. They spent at least most of their childhood and elementary school years after smartphones surpassed flip phones in sales, but before COVID-19, and they will be spending at least most of their high school years and adolescence in the COVID-19 and post-COVID-19 world of the 2020s, and will all likely graduate high school after the COVID-19 pandemic ends. They are the children of Generation X and Xennials.
Famous people: Aidan Gallagher, Charli D'Amelio, Annie LeBlanc, Mackenzie Ziegler, Millie Bobby Brown, Noah Schnapp, Lauren Orlando, Grace VanderWaal, Ellie Zeiler, Lebron James Jr., Sky Katz, Casey Simpson, Francesca Capaldi, Sofia Wylie, Addison Riecke, Mace Coronel, EvanTubeHD, Honey Boo Boo, Ella Anderson, Isaac Ryan Brown, Gianna Bryant, Rosie McClelland, Ruby Rube, Barron Trump, McKenna Grace, Ava Kolker, Adelia Rose, Mason Ramsey, Trinitee Stokes, Ariana Greenblatt, August Maturo, Elias Harger, Malachi Barton, Jason Maybaum, Hayley LeBlanc, Mia Talerico, JillianTubeHD, Gavin Thomas, Christiano Ronaldo Jr., etc,


Zalpha Spectrum 2012-2021 Classes of 2030-2039 give or take late 2011 to mid 2021
Last cohort to have any Z traits and the first to have Alpha traits. They entered elementary school after Trump was elected and will primarily spend their childhoods in a post-COVID-19 world. They will graduate high school in the 2030s. They are the children of Xennials and Millennials.
Famous people*: Ryan’s Toy Reviews, Riley Curry, Blue Ivy Carter, North West, etc.\*
There is also a 18 year patterns between Soomers, Jones, Xennials, and Zillennials. These spectrums first come of age during a tech boom, then an election, then a crisis, then a culture shift, then a major historic crisis.


The first three years tend to come of age after, or spend most of their adolescence after a technology boom.
1940: graduated high school after the first digital phone line is developed.
1958: graduated high school after the release of the Apple I.
1976: graduated high school after the launch of the World Wide Web.
1994: graduated high school after smartphones surpassed feature phones in sales.

1941: graduated high school after the first automatic camera is released.
1959: graduated high school after the release of the PET.
1977: graduated high school the year Windows 95 was released.
1995: graduated high school the year tablets surpassed PCs in sales.

1942: graduated high school after the first laser is built.
1960: graduated high school after the world‘s first cellular network.
1978: graduated high school after the release of the Motorola StarTac.
1996: graduated high school after the release of the Samsung Gear.

The fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh years tend to come of age before an election, during a major crisis, or before the next generation’s culture is in full swing.
1943: graduated high school after Kennedy was elected.
1961: graduated high school before the Iran Hostage Crisis.
1979: graduated high school before Clinton’s Impeachment.
1997: graduated high school after the rise of ISIS and before gay marriage was federally legalized.

1944: graduated high school before the Cuban Missile Crisis.
1962: graduated high school before Reagan was elected.
1980: graduated high school before the debut of TRL and Columbine.
1998: graduated high school before Trump was elected.

1945: graduated high school before MLK’s I Have a Dream Speech and the Kennedy Assassination.
1963: graduated high school before the debut of MTV.
1981: graduated high school before Y2K.
1999: graduated high school before the US-China Trade War began and Parkland.

1946: graduated high school after the Beetles arrived in America.
1964: graduated high school after AIDS started.
1982: graduated high school before Bush was elected.
2000: graduated high school before the release of TikTok.

The last three years tend to either spend most of their adolescence after a new president is elected, during another election, before a crisis, or come of age before or after a major crisis.
1947: graduated high school after the first American combat troops arrive in Vietnam.
1965: spent most of high school after Reagan was elected.
1983: graduated high school before 9/11.
2001: spent most of high school after Trump was elected, and graduated before COVID-19.

1948: spent most of high school after the Kennedy Assassination.
1966: graduated high school after the NCI announced they found the cause of AIDS.
1984: graduated high school after 9/11 happened.
2002: graduated high school after COVID-19 started, and after Trump’s impeachment.

1949: graduated high school before the MLK Assassination.
1967: graduated high school before the Challenger Disaster, but after the 1984 election.
1985: spent most of high school after Bush was elected, but before 9/11, graduated after the Iraq Invasion.
2003: spent most of high school before COVID-19, will graduate after the upcoming 2020 election, and could possibly be the last to graduate before the pandemic ends.

How Baby Boomer, Gen X, Millennial, and Gen Z each year is:
Late Silents 1940 (Class of 1958): 10% BB, 90% S 1941 (Class of 1959): 20% BB, 80% S 1942 (Class of 1960): 30% BB, 70% S
Prime Soomers 1943 (Class of 1961): 40% BB, 60% S 1944 (Class of 1962): 45% BB, 55% S 1945 (Class of 1963): 55% BB, 45% S 1946 (Class of 1964): 60% BB, 40% S
Early Boomers 1947 (Class of 1965): 70% BB, 30% S 1948 (Class of 1966): 80% BB, 20% S 1949 (Class of 1967): 90% BB, 10% S
Core Boomers 1950 (Class of 1968): 100% BB 1951 (Class of 1969): 100% BB 1952 (Class of 1970): 100% BB 1953 (Class of 1971): 100% BB 1954 (Class of 1972): 100% BB 1955 (Class of 1973): 100% BB 1956 (Class of 1974): 100% BB 1957 (Class of 1975): 100% BB
Late Boomers 1958 (Class of 1976): 10% X, 90% BB 1959 (Class of 1977): 20% X, 80% BB 1960 (Class of 1978): 30% X, 70% BB
Prime Jones 1961 (Class of 1979): 40% X, 60% BB 1962 (Class of 1980): 45% X, 55% BB 1963 (Class of 1981): 55% X, 45% BB 1964 (Class of 1982): 60% X, 40% BB
Early X 1965 (Class of 1983): 70% X, 30% BB 1966 (Class of 1984): 80% X, 20% BB 1967 (Class of 1985): 90% X, 10% BB
Core X 1968 (Class of 1986/give or take late 1967-mid 1968): 100% X 1969 (Class of 1987/give or take late 1968-mid 1969): 100% X 1970 (Class of 1988/give or take late 1969-mid 1970): 100% X 1971 (Class of 1989/give or take late 1970-mid 1971): 100% X 1972 (Class of 1990/give or take late 1971-mid 1972): 100% X 1973 (Class of 1991/give or take late 1972-mid 1973): 100% X 1974 (Class of 1992/give or take late 1973-mid 1974): 100% X 1975 (Class of 1993/give or take late 1974-mid 1975): 100% X
Late X 1976 (Class of 1994/give or take late 1975-mid 1976): 10% Y, 90% X 1977 (Class of 1995/give or take late 1976-mid 1977): 20% Y, 80% X 1978 (Class of 1996/give or take late 1977-mid 1978): 30% Y, 70% X
Prime Xennials 1979 (Class of 1997/give or take late 1978-mid 1979): 40% Y, 60% X 1980 (Class of 1998/give or take late 1979-mid 1980): 45% Y, 55% X 1981 (Class of 1999/give or take late 1980-mid 1981): 55% Y, 45% X 1982 (Class of 2000/give or take late 1981-mid 1982): 60% Y, 40% X
Early Millennials 1983 (Class of 2001/give or take late 1982-mid 1983): 70% Y, 30% X 1984 (Class of 2002/give or take late 1983-mid 1984): 80% Y, 20% X 1985 (Class of 2003/give or take late 1984-mid 1985): 90% Y, 10% X
Core Millennials 1986 (Class of 2004/give or take late 1985-mid 1986): 100% Y 1987 (Class of 2005/give or take late 1986-mid 1987): 100% Y 1988 (Class of 2006/give or take late 1987-mid 1988): 100% Y 1989 (Class of 2007/give or take late 1988-mid 1989): 100% Y 1990 (Class of 2008/give or take late 1989-mid 1990): 100% Y 1991 (Class of 2009/give or take late 1990-mid 1991): 100% Y 1992 (Class of 2010/give or take late 1991-mid 1992): 100% Y 1993 (Class of 2011/give or take late 1992-mid 1993): 100% Y
Late Millennials 1994 (Class of 2012/give or take late 1993-mid 1994): 10% Z, 90% Y 1995 (Class of 2013/give or take late 1994-mid 1995): 20% Z, 80% Y 1996 (Class of 2014/give or take late 1995-mid 1996): 30% Z, 70% Y
Prime Zillennials 1997 (Class of 2015/give or take late 1996-mid 1997): 40% Z, 60% Y 1998 (Class of 2016/give or take late 1997-mid 1998): 45% Z, 55% Y 1999 (Class of 2017/give or take late 1998-mid 1999): 55% Z, 45% Y 2000 (Class of 2018/give or take late 1999-mid 2000): 60% Z, 40% Y
Early Z 2001 (Class of 2019/ give or take late 2000-mid 2001): 70% Z, 30% Y 2002 (Class of 2020/give or take late 2001-mid 2002): 80% Z, 20% Y 2003 (Class of 2021/give or take late 2002-mid 2003): 90% Z, 10% Y
Core Z 2004 (Class of 2022/give or take late 2003-mid 2004): 100% Z 2005 (Class of 2023/give or take late 2004-mid 2005): 100% Z 2006 (Class of 2024/give or take late 2005-mid 2006): 100% Z 2007 (Class of 2025/give or take late 2006-mid 2007): 100% Z 2008 (Class of 2026/give or take late 2007-mid 2008): 100% Z 2009 (Class of 2027/give or take late 2008-mid 2009): 100% Z 2010 (Class of 2028/give or take late 2009-mid 2010): 100% Z 2011 (Class of 2029/give or take late 2010-mid 2011): 100% Z
Late Z 2012 (Class of 2030/give or take late 2011-mid 2012): 90% Z, 10% A 2013 (Class of 2031/give or take late 2012-mid 2013): 80% Z, 20% A 2014 (Class of 2032/give or take late 2013-mid 2014): 70% Z, 30% A
Prime Zalphas 2015 (Class of 2033/give or take late 2014-mid 2015): 60% Z, 40% A 2016 (Class of 2034/give or take late 2015-mid 2016): 55% Z, 45% A 2017 (Class of 2035/give or take late 2016-mid 2017): 45% Z, 55% A 2018 (Class of 2036/give or take late 2017-mid 2018): 40% Z, 60% A
Early Alpha 2019 (Class of 2037/give or take late 2018-mid 2019): 30% Z, 70% A 2020 (Class of 2038/give or take late 2019-mid 2020): 20% Z, 80% A 2021 (Class of 2039/give or take late 2020-mid 2021): 10% Z, 90% A

And finally, here’s how this theory would work well with the early, core, and late model:
Soomer Spectrum 1940-1949 (Classes of 1958-1967)
Baby Boomers: 1945-1962 (Classes of 1963-1980)
Early Boomers: 1945-1949 (Classes of 1963-1967)
Core Boomers: 1950-1957 (Classes of 1968-1975)
Late Boomers: 1958-1962 (Classes of 1976-1980)
Jones Spectrum: 1958-1967 (Classes of 1976-1985 give or take to mid 1967)
Generation X: 1963-1980 (Classes of 1981-1998 give or take to mid 1980)
Early X: 1963-1967 (Classes of 1981-1985 give or take to mid 1967)
Core X: 1968-1975 (Classes of 1986-1993 give or take late 1967-mid 1975)
Late X: 1976-1980 (Classes of 1994-1998 give or take late 1975-mid 1980)
Xennial Spectrum: 1976-1985 (Classes of 1994-2003 give or take late 1975-mid 1985)
Millennials: 1981-1998 (Classes of 1999-2016 give or take late 1980-mid 1998)
Early Millennials: 1981-1985 (Classes of 1999-2003 give or take late 1980-mid 1985)
Core Millennials: 1986-1993 (Classes of 2004-2011 give or take late 1985-mid 1993)
Late Millennials: 1994-1998 (Classes of 2012-2016 give or take late 1993-mid 1998)
Zillennial Spectrum: 1994-2003 (Classes of 2012-2021 give or take late 1993-mid 2003)
Generation Z: 1999-2016 (Classes of 2017-2034 give or take late 98-mid 16)
Early Z: 1999-2003 (Classes of 2017-2021 give or take late 1998-mid 2003)
Core Z: 2004-2011 (Classes of 2022-2029 give or take late 2003-mid 2011)
Late Z: 2012-2016 (Classes of 2030-2034 give or take late 2011-mid 2016)
Zalpha Spectrum: 2012-2021 (Classes of 2030-2039 give or take late 2011-mid 2021)
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2020.09.01 09:04 youngbull316 If all generations were 18-19 years

Probably goes like this, based on how S&H and others grouped the generations:

Lost: 1890-1908 (parents to members of GI's and Silents; children to Progressives and Missionaries)
Older Lost: 1890-1895 (100% Lost, the "true" group, even though they are the older group numerically, based on S&H are grouped in the middle)
Famous people: Dwight D. Eisenhower, Colonel Sanders, Babe Ruth, Marjory Stoneman Douglas, etc.
Middle Lost: 1896-1902 (the numerical "core" of the Losts, but might have the first signs of any GI traits)
Famous people: Paul Robeson, Amelia Earhart, Walt Disney, Louis Armstrong, Charles Lindberg, Emma Morano, Duke Ellington, Al Capone, etc.
Younger Lost: 1903-1908 (still mostly Lost but have significant GI traits, to the point where at times might be the majority)
Famous people: Lyndon B. Johnson, Dr. Seuss, Lou Gehrig, etc.

GI's: 1909-1927 (parents to members of Silents and Baby Boomers, rarely Generation X; children to Missionaries and Losts)
Older GI's: 1909-1914 (barely have any Lost traits remaining, almost fully GI)
Famous people: Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon, Rosa Parks, Jesse Owens, Gerald Ford, Joe DiMaggio, etc.
Middle GI's: 1915-1921 (probably 100% GI and the absolute representation of the generation, still too early for any sign of Silent traits)
Famous people: John F. Kennedy, Frank Sinatra, David Rockefeller, Roald Dahl, Ella Fitzgerald, Jackie Robinson, etc.
Younger GI's: 1922-1927 (still very GI but have significant Silent traits)
Famous people: Betty White, Stan Lee, Red Foxx, Charles Schulz, Mae Young, George H.W. Bush, Jimmy Carter, Malcolm X, Dick Van Dyke, Barbara Bush, Marilyn Monroe, Hugh Hefner, Queen Elizabeth II, Andy Griffith, Jerry Stiller, William Daniels, etc.

Silents: 1928-1945 (parents to members of Baby Boomers and Generation X, rarely Millennials; children to Losts and GI's)
Older Silents: 1928-1933 (older Silents, barely have GI traits, almost fully Silent)
Famous people: Shirley Temple, Maya Angelou, Martin Luther King, Jr., Fred Rogers, Adam West, Joe Jackson, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Anne Frank, Clint Eastwood, Neil Armstrong, Regis Philbin, Johnny Cash, Gene Wilder, Joan Rivers, etc.
Middle Silents: 1934-1939 (Basically 100% Silents, but the younger group possibly have very slight Boomer traits)
Famous people: Bill Russel, Elvis Presley, Dalai Lama, Wilt Chamberlain, Bruno Sammartino, Bill Cosby, Jane Fonda, Jerry West, Pope Francis, John McCain, Morgan Freeman, George Carlin, Kenny Rogers, Ben E. King, Oscar Robertson, Marvin Gaye, John McArthur, Lee Harvey Oswald, etc.
Younger Silents: 1940-1945 (Still Silents, especilally due to being born during the war, not after it, but have strong Boomer traits)
Famous people: John Lennon, Bruce Lee, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Norris, Al Pacino, John Lewis, Bernie Sanders, Bob Dylan, Jesse Jackson, Kim Jong-Il, Muhammad Ali, Joe Biden, Stephen Hawking, Paul McCartney, Aretha Franklin, Robert De Niro, Mick Jagger, Danny DeVito, Jerry Springer, Herman Cain, Vince McMahon, Bob Marley, etc.

Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 (parents to members of Generation X and Millennials, rarely Generation Z/Homelanders; children to GI's and Silents)
Older Baby Boomers: 1946-1951 (the proverbial "core" of Boomers and what most people think of when you're talking about "Baby Boomers" but nonetheless still have some Silent traits)
Famous people: Donald Trump, Dolly Parton, Freddy Mercury, Sylvester Stallone, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Cher, David Bowie, Hilary Clinton, Arnold Schwarznegger, Elton John, Samuel L. Jackson, Prince Charles, Ozzy Osbourne, Meryl Streep, Billy Joel, Lionel Richie, Ric Flair, Dr. Phil, Bill Murray, Stevie Wonder, Robin Williams, Ben Carson, Phil Collins, Kurt Russell, etc.
Middle Baby Boomers: 1952-1958 (the actual "core" of Boomers, in-between zone for Post-War Boomers born in the late 40's-early 50's and Generation Jones born in the late 50's-early 60's, 100% Baby Boomer)
Famous people: Vladimir Putin, Patrick Swayze, David Hasselhoff, Hulk Hogan, Tim Allen, Cyndi Lauper, Oprah Winfrey, Jackie Chan, Denzel Washington, John Travolta, Roddy Piper, Walter Payton, Jerry Seinfeld, Howard Stern, Bill Gates, Kris Jenner, Steve Jobs, Bill Nye, Tom Hanks, Bryan Cranston, Bob Saget, Larry Bird, Mel Gibson, Caroline Kennedy, Bret Hart, Bernie Mac, Steve Harvey, Michael Jackson, Ellen DeGeneres, Alec Baldwin, Ice T, Madonna, Prince, Keenan Ivory Wayans, etc.
Younger Baby Boomers: 1959-1964 (the "Generation Jones" group, not as quintessential as the older Boomer group is but they are still very Boomer, though have some X traits)
Famous people: Simon Cowell, Magic Johnson, Weird Al Yankovic, Ultimate Warrior, Sting, Charlie Murphy, Dave Coulier, Mike Pence, RuPaul, Jane Lynch, Damon Wayans, Kathy Griffin, Tim Cook, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Sean Penn, John F. Kennedy Jr., Barack Obama, Princess Diana, Billy Ray Cyrus, George Clooney, Eddie Murphy, George Lopez, Ralph Macchio, Stephen Hillenburg, Michael J. Fox, Tom Cruise, Jim Carrey, Steve Carell, Steve Irwin, Michael Jordan, Johnny Depp, Brad Pitt, Whitney Houston, John Stamos, Lisa Kudrow, Kevin Chamberlain, Michelle Obama, Courteney Cox, Eazy E, Keanu Reaves, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Jeff Bezos, etc.

Generation X: 1965-1983 (parents to members of Millennials and Generation Z/Homelanders, and rarely the post-Homeland generation; children to Silents and Baby Boomers)
Older Xers: 1965-1971 (the "Brat Pack" cohort that grew up in the 70's and came of age in the 80's and were the main target audience for many Gen X coming of age films during the 80's, were in the past considered to be the peak of Gen X, but now are the older group, still strongly X but might have some remaining BoomeJones traits)
Famous people: Robert Downey, Jr., The Undertaker, J.K. Rowling, Dr. Dre, William Zabka, Chris Rock, Martin Lawrence, Charlie Sheen, Shawn Michaels, Ben Stiller, Scottie Pippen, Mike Tyson, Adam Sandler, Gordon Ramsay, David Schwimmer, Halle Berry, Janet Jackson, Rick Astley, Vin Diesel, Matt LeBlanc, Kurt Cobain, Will Farell, Julia Roberts, Jamie Foxx, Jimmy Kimmel, Mark Ruffalo, Eddie Guerrero, Chris Benoit, LaVar Ball, Will Smith, Hugh Jackman, Celine Dion, Tony Hawk, Kurt Angle, Terry Crews, Owen Wilson, LL Cool J, Tracy Morgan, Gary Coleman, Phil Lewis, Molly Ringwald, Jennifer Lopez, Ice Cube, Jay Z, Jennifer Aniston, Triple H, Paul Rudd, P Diddy, Matthew Perry, Mariah Carey, Melania Trump, Queen Latifah, Taraji P. Henson, Shane McMahon, Chris Jericho, Ted Cruz, DMX, Shawn Wayans, Tupac Shakur, Snoop Dogg, Elon Musk, Mark Walhberg, Winona Ryder, etc.
Middle Xers: 1972-1977 (Basically 100% X, Boomer influence is long gone and Millennial influence is not really around this group much, the actual "zeitgeist" of Gen X, grew up in the 80's and came of age in the 90's, around the time Grunge (the quintessential Gen X music genre) was most popular and before the internet broke out to new lengths with Windows 95, revolutionizing how we interact with each other)
Famous people: Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Notorious B.I.G., Eminem, Shaquille O'Neal, Sofia Vergara, Big Show, Ben Affleck, Marlon Wayans, Gabrielle Union, Paul Walker, Edge, Pharrell, Tyra Banks, Neil Patrick Harris, Seth McFarlane, Jim Parsons, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jimmy Fallon, Rey Mysterio Jr., Lil Kim, Derek Jeter, Nelly, Ryan Seacrest, Christian Bale, Boogie2988, Sia, DJ Khaled, Angelina Jolie, David Beckham, 50 Cent, Fergie, will.i.am, Drew Barrymore, Tiger Woods, Tobey Maguire, Chadwick Boseman (RIP), Will Friedle, Fred Savage, Ryan Reynolds, Candace Cameron-Bure, Reese Witherspoon, Peyton Manning, Rick Ross, Chester Bennington, Blake Shelton, John Cena, Kanye West, Shakira, Tom Brady, Psy, Floyd Mayweather Jr., Brock Lesnar, Donald Trump Jr., AJ Styles, Jason Earles, Jerry Trainor, Jeff Hardy, Steve Aoki, John Green, etc.
Younger Xers: 1978-1983 (the caboose of Gen X, in-between X and Millennial with strong Millennial traits but overall still leaning toward the X side, came of age after Windows 95 during the late 90s-early 00s, when pop culture was still X-oriented but quickly shifting in favor of Millennials, but before 9/11, in which changed the atmosphere of not only America but the whole world (even though it was a US event)
Famous people: Kobe Bryant, Ashton Kutcher, James Corden, Kenan Thompson, Usher, John Legend, James Franco, Rachel McAdams, Tia Mowry, Tamera Mowry, Zoe Saldana, CM Punk, Sheamus, Anthony Mackie, Manny Pacquiao, Kel Mitchell, Charlamagne Tha God, Tyrese Gibson, Kevin Hart, Adam Levine, Chris Pratt, Kourtney Kardashian, Pink, Aaliyah, Cooper Barnes, Heath Ledger, John Krasinski, Flo Rida, Rider Strong, Kim Kardashian, Channing Tatum, Ben Savage, Randy Orton, Macaulay Culkin, Gucci Mane, Ryan Gosling, TI, Christina Aguilera, Jake Gyllenhaal, Dolph Ziggler, The Miz, Swoozie, Beyonce, Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, Chris Evans, Pitbull, Meghan Markle, Ivanka Trump, Danielle Fishel, Alicia Keys, Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Dwyane Wade, Tati Westbrook, Jodie Sweetin, Keemstar, Anne Hathaway, Kelly Clarkson, Kate Middleton, Prince William, Roman Atwood, Chris Hemsworth, Nicki Bella, Carrie Underwood, Future, Mila Kunis, Scott Disick, Brie Bella, etc.

Millennials: 1984-2002 (parents to members of Generation Z/Homelanders and the post-Homeland Generation; children to the Baby Boomers and Generation X)
Older Millennials: 1984-1990 (the rise of Millennials, came of age right after 9/11, sometime in the 2000's, got to vote for either Bush, Obama, or both, and are probably the most liberal cohort of Millennials, compared to the middle and younger Millennials that possibly have a mix of liberals and conservatives, they have strong Millennial traits so while some of them have X traits, it is kinda weak compared to the Millennial traits that they have)
Famous people: Khloe Kardashian, Eric Trump, Lebron James, Katy Perry, Scarlett Johansson, Avril Lavigne, Prince Harry, Ben Shapiro, Aubrey Plaza, T-Pain, Carmelo Anthony, Mark Zuckerberg, Lauren London, Christiano Ronaldo, Jeffree Star, Bruno Mars, Ashley Tisdale, Roman Reigns, Raven-Symoné, Nipsey Hussle, J Cole, Lana Del Rey, Dean Ambrose, Anna Kendrick, Drake, Lady Gaga, Jenna Marbles, Josh Peck, Drake Bell, Robert Pattinson, Ashley Olson, Mary-Kate Olson, Seth Rollins, Megan Fox, Lindsay Lohan, Lea Michele, Usain Bolt, Shia LaBeouf, Zac Efron, Lionel Messi, Blake Lively, Shay Mitchell, Michael B. Jordan, Naya Rivera, Anthony Padilla, Kendrick Lamar, Meek Mill, Kevin Jonas, Shane Dawson, Rihanna, Stephen Curry, Lilly Singh, Adele, Kevin Durant, Russel Westbrook, King Bach, Vanessa Hudgens, Blac Chyna, Lizzo, Pewdiepie, Taylor Swift, Chris Brown, Nina Dobrev, Daniel Radcliffe, Jason Derulo, Markiplier, Joe Jonas, Elizabeth Olson, James Harden, Carlos PenaVega, Logan Henderson, Corbin Bleu, Jennifer Lawrence, The Weeknd, Ryan Higa, Iggy Azalea, Machine Gun Kelly, Margot Robbie, Cash Nasty, Soulja Boy, Catherine Paiz, Sarah Hyland, Klay Thompson, James Maslow, Kendall Schmidt, etc.
Middle Millennials: 1991-1996 (the zeitgeist of Millennials, basically 100% Millennial, even if there are any sort of Z traits, it's not strong within this group, came of age after the Great Recession and 2008 election but prior to Gamergate, ISIS, etc. First election was either during the Obama or Trump elections)
Famous people: Ninja, Ed Sheeran, Charlie Puth, Joey Graceffa, Amanda Cerny, Gabbie Hanna, Azzyland, Tyler the Creator, Fetty Wap, DaBaby, Quavo, Tyler Posey, Shailene Woodley, Jamie Lynn Spears, Emma Roberts, Selena Gomez, Cardi B, Cole Sprouse, Miley Cyrus, Austin McBroom, SSSniperWolf, Demi Lovato, Nick Jonas, Travis Scott, Dylan Sprouse, Mac Miller, Taylor Lautner, Ariana Grande, KSI, Zayn Malik, Niall Horan, Debby Ryan, Meghan Trainor, Victoria Justice, Sofia Carson, Miranda Cosgrove, Lucas Cruikshank, Justin Bieber, Harry Styles, Lil Uzi Vert, Camila Mendes, Halsey, Caspar Lee, Madelaine Petsch, Lil Baby, Logan Paul, Kendall Jenner, Ross Lynch, Timothée Chalamet, Post Malone, Gigi Hadid, Queen Naija, Dua Lipa, Megan Thee Stallion, David Dobrik, Tom Holland, RiceGum, Lele Pons, Zendaya, Liza Koshy, Dove Cameron, Alissa Violet, 6IX9INE, Lili Reinhart, Noah Centineo, etc.
Younger Millennials: 1997-2002 (the caboose of Millennials, in-between Millennial and Gen Z/Homelander, having strong Gen Z traits, but still overall leaning toward the Millennial side of things, came of age before and during Covid-19, born around the new millenium and 9/11, during the Clinton and Bush administrations, first elections will all be while Trump is running for president, were kids and preteens during the recession and adolescents during the Obama administration, and born before the establishment of Homeland security, which is one of the reasons why they are all Millenials)
Famous people: Kylie Jenner, Jake Paul, Lonzo Ball, Camila Cabello, Nash Grier, Bella Thorne, KJ Apa, Becky G, Jacob Elordi, DDG, Infinite, Kodak Black, Lil Yachty, Olivia Holt, Kira Kosarin, Simone Biles, Blueface, Shawn Mendez, XXXTentacion, Brent Rivera, Tana Mongeau, Juice WRLD, Peyton List, Mr Beast, Jaden Smith, Tfue, Liangelo Ball, China Anne McClain, Peyton Meyer, Bradley Steven Perry, Khalid, James Charles, Madison Beer, Karan Brar, Grayson Dolan, Ethan Dolan, Sabrina Carpenter, Cameron Boyce, NBA Youngboy, Lil Nas X, Joey King, Addison Rae, Baby Ariel, Lil Pump, Jace Norman, Woah Vicky, Joshua Bassett, Kiera Bridget, Noah Cyrus, Willow Smith, Haley Pham, Meg Donnelly, Griffin Gluck, Dixie D'Amelio, Billie Eilish, Noah Beck, Emma Chamberlain, Morgz, Chloe Lukasiak, Nia Sioux, Rowan Blanchard, Isabela Merced, Hannah Meloche, Caleb McLaughlin, Lamelo Ball, Jacob Sartorious, Chase Hudson, Loren Gray, Maddie Ziegler, Asher Angel, Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, Skai Jackson, Jenna Ortega, Malu Travejo, NLE CHOPPA, Lil Tecca, etc.

Generation Z/Homelanders: 2003-2021 (parents to members of the post-Homeland Generation and onward; children to Generation X and Millennials)
Older Homelanders: 2003-2008 (the rise of the Homelanders, are probably 100% Gen Z because they have very strong Gen Z traits but possibly still have some lingering Millennial traits, especially those in the very beginning; came of age during or after the Covid-19 pandemic, born during the Bush administration and after the establishment of Homeland security, which is the main reason for them being Homelanders, the oldest in K-12, being in middle and high school during the new CDC laws this new school year, and will not be able to vote until there is a brand new president in office come 2024 at the earliest)
Famous people: Jojo Siwa, Cash Baker, Matty B, Johnny Orlando, Sophia Grace Brownlee, Aidan Gallagher, Lizzy Greene, Olivia Rodrigo, Charli D'Amelio, Annie LeBlanc, Mackenzie Ziegler, Millie Bobby Brown, Noah Schnapp, Lauren Orlando, Grace VanderWaal, Ellie Zeiler, Lebron James Jr., Sky Katz, Casey Simpson, Francesca Capaldi, Sofia Wylie, Addison Riecke, Mace Coronel, EvanTubeHD, Honey Boo Boo, Ella Anderson, Isaac Ryan Brown, Gianna Bryant, Rosie McClelland, Ruby Rube, Barron Trump, McKenna Grace, Ava Kolker, Adelia Rose, Mason Ramsey, Trinitee Stokes, Ariana Greenblatt, August Maturo, Elias Harger, Malachi Barton, Jason Maybaum, Hayley LeBlanc, Mia Talerico, JillianTubeHD, etc.
Middle Homelanders: 2009-2014 (100% Homelander, the zeitgeist of the generation, too early to possess any new generation traits; born during the Obama administration, being the youngest group in K-12 during the coronavirus pandemic outbreak last school year, so they are the last to truly, vividly remember life before it but grow up mainly after it and will probably all start high school long after this is all over, some of the last to actually remember life before the 2016 election)
Famous people: Gavin Thomas, Christiano Ronaldo Jr., Riley Curry, Blue Ivy Carter, North West, etc.
Younger Homelanders: 2015-2021 (the caboose of Homelanders who are in-between Z and the next generation, having strong traits of the next generation while still primarily being apart of Gen Z; don't remember life before President Trump, and barely know life before the coronavirus, especially since none of them were yet in kindergarten preceding it, largely born during the tail end of the Obama and Trump administration)
Famous people: TBD (Too young to analyze)
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2020.08.30 02:05 autobuzzfeedbot 29 Songs Every Millennial Truly Felt As Angsty 10-Year-Olds

  1. "Losing Grip" by Avril Lavigne
  2. Breathe (2 AM) by Anna Nalick
  3. "Savin' Me" by Nickelback
  4. "Second Chance" by Shinedown
  5. "Tied Together with a Smile" by Taylor Swift
  6. "Make Me Wanna Die" by the Pretty Reckless
  7. "Wake Me Up When September Ends" by Green Day
  8. "Lucky" by Britney Spears
  9. "Creep" by Radiohead
  10. "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" by Green Day
  11. "In the End" by Linkin Park
  12. "Just Tonight" by the Pretty Reckless
  13. "Call Me When You're Sober" by Evanescence
  14. "Bring Me to Life" by Evanescence
  15. "I'm with You" by Avril Lavigne
  16. "Jumper" by Third Eye Blind
  17. "The Scientist" by Coldplay
  18. "How to Save a Life" by the Fray
  19. "Breathe Me" by Sia
  20. "Dark Blue" by Jack's Mannequin
  21. "Torn" by Natalie Imbruglia
  22. "Fix You" by Coldplay
  23. "Welcome to the Black Parade" by My Chemical Romance
  24. "Guns for Hands" by Twenty One Pilots
  25. "Thnks fr th Mmrs" by Fall Out Boy
  26. "The Freshmen" by the Verve Pipe
  27. "Losing My Religion" by R.E.M.
  28. "It Ends Tonight" by the All-American Rejects
  29. And finally, "I'm Just a Kid" by Simple Plan
Link to article
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2020.08.26 16:13 GeekMcNerdFace 39[M4F]Hey Hey, you you, I could be your Kik pal!

It’s Wednesday and I’m starting with an Avril Lavigne inspired title...woof.
I’m working as usual, watching classic 80’s horror movies and thinking about how great it would be to find a Kik pal to really connect with on a multitude of levels.
I’m married with 3 kids. Good friends and coparent well but the rest is long gone these days.
I love music and video games. Movies and art. Anime and photography and books and writing.
I’m basically kind of a nerd with a dad bod and a beard.
Talk to you soon hopefully.
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2020.08.23 07:54 DoctorAltaria Carly Rae Jepsen - some music ~rating~

disclaimers: (1) some of these songs are released, but aren't put into any of her studio albums or eps. (2) i can't confirm if some of these are truly carly rae jepsen's "unreleased music" (but they sound like her, at least). (3) there may be other "unreleased music" that aren't included here. (4) these are only (compiled and) given to me by a friend.

  1. Wildflowers the piano sounds like it's something fresh from her "kiss" album. the bass drop on the hook makes it feel very emotional, or makes it have weight, at least. the beat drop reminds me of taylor's wildest dream music video version. 9.4/10
  2. Sweet Impossible Love the violins sound something so 2009/2010-ish. the instrumentals on the hooks sound so erratic and messed up and it feels like it only works structurally, not harmoniously - at least during my first listen. when you listen to it repeatedly, it becomes more tolerable. the bass makes it have more depth and emotion. i love the background vocals singing "oooh" towards the end. 7.4/10
  3. 10, 000 People this sounds so throwback, around 2008. for some reason, the violin string plucking reminds me of sara bareilles and the disc scratching sound effects remind me of fergie, idk why, but the synths on the beat drop after "i feel it" definitely remind me of lady gaga's the fame era. 8.8/10
  4. Black Light when i first heard it, i was like "britney spears???". it's also weird because i could hear madonna's voice hahaha. i love the disco vibe. 8.6/10
  5. Bullseye the instrumentals sound like video game sound effects. i love the melody and the lyrics. it sounds like ellie goulding's "burn". 9/10
  6. Look Me In The Eyes this sounds like something britney spears would sing. this sounds so good. i wish the violins had more part in the song. 9.4/10
  7. Still In The Game it sounds like it could be put into a kids' movie... or whatever kind of movie. either on the intro of the movie or the credits part. this sounds so much like katy perry's "daisies", but i'm pretty sure this song is earlier than "daisies". this sounds so 2010/2011 with those violins. 10/10
  8. Sun On You the hook sounds like an hyper-upbeated "brielle" by sky sailing (sky sailing is essentially adam young aka owl city) and i wouldnt be surprised if this was a supposed collaboration track between carly and adam. 6.8/10
  9. Luck In Love the piano reminds me of an avril lavigne track, idk what. i feel like this song could have a blue-white aesthetic for a music video. the piano at the back definitely reminds me so much of those "free inspiring background music" you can search up on youtube hahahaha. it's an okay track. 8.2/10
  10. Runaways for some reason, this song reminds me of "favourite colour". i love the songwriting so much. this is so hopelessly romantic. this is sooo freakingly emotional. 10/10
  11. White Lie this sounds like a track from dedicated. why isn't this part of any albums?? this sounds so good. 10/10
other than the ones i mentioned, the rest of the songs sound like something i've already heard before - but not in a bad way. i would definitely listen to these songs sometime soon again.
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2020.08.13 05:30 DesiAlexa RDT YouTube Playlist - August 13, 2020

No. Requested_by VIDEO OP's Remark
1 6abhi6jeet6 If You Come Today - Operation Diamond Racket - Dr.Rajkumar - Kannada Video Song None
2 6abhi6jeet6 Vennu Mallesh - It's My Life What Ever I Wanna Do None
3 9I54492AB6F9I Kygo, Valerie Broussard - Think About You (Official Video) None
4 Ursamajorazure Doja Cat - Like That (Official Video) ft. Gucci Mane Good bot 🤖
5 HoeYouknowme Time Only Knows - Prince of Persia: Sands of Time None
6 6abhi6jeet6 The Dragonborn Comes - Malukah - Remastered Version None
7 Ursamajorazure Love Rap - Maine Dekha Jab - Krantiveer (1994) Song - Nana Patekar - Mamta Kulkarni - Atul Agnihotri None
8 Cucumber_Which Still Alive None
9 bubblebudgie Surfin' Safari None
10 Cucumber_Which Portal - 'Still Alive' None
11 6abhi6jeet6 Daft Punk - Get Lucky (Official Audio) ft. Pharrell Williams, Nile Rodgers None
12 captainmogambo In The End (Official Video) - Linkin Park None
13 Cucumber_Which Demi Lovato - Skyscraper (Official Video) None
14 Superbhatam Martin Garrix feat. Bonn - High On Life (Official Video) None
15 Superbhatam Coldplay - Up&Up (Official Video) None
16 AreYouOkayLove Chal Nikal - Fotty Seven - Hindi Rap - (Prod. Rebel 7) None
17 AreYouOkayLove The Script - Hall of Fame (Official Video) ft. will.i.am None
18 9I54492AB6F9I twenty one pilots - Cancer (My Chemical Romance Cover) [Official Lyric Video] None
19 6abhi6jeet6 Spiritual Beggars - Sedated None
20 burnh12 Wiz Khalifa - We Dem Boyz [Official Video] None
21 leVre Turn up to 99 None
22 PohaBiryani Avril Lavigne - Sk8er Boi (Official Music Video) None
23 6abhi6jeet6 Vektor - Tetrastructural Minds None
24 InfamousDosa Dil Ke Armaan Aansuo Mein - दिल के अरमान आंसुओ में 💔 - Heart Break Song - Nikaah(1982)- Salma Agha nice job babe
25 burnh12 Dil Ke Armaan Aansuo Mein - दिल के अरमान आंसुओ में 💔 - Heart Break Song - Nikaah(1982)- Salma Agha None
26 Cucumber_Which The Journeymen - 500 miles [Original Version] (1961) good bot
27 PohaBiryani Oonchi Hai Building - Judwaa - Salman Khan - Karishma Kapoor - Rambha - Evergreen Chartbuster Song None
28 burnh12 Koi Ladki Hai - Full Song - Dil To Pagal Hai - Shah Rukh Khan - Madhuri - Lata - Udit - Kids Song None
29 bitchiamsexy Logic - Man Of The Year (Prod. No I.D.) None
30 R1mDumDim (Hamilton) Aaron Burr, Sir - Lyrics None
31 cactusinyoass Sufjan Stevens, "Death With Dignity" (Official Audio) None
32 ppccbba Tum Itna Jo Muskura Rahe Ho - Jagjit Singh - Arth 1983 Songs - Ghazal Song Good bot
33 Baldie02 It's Raining None
34 Cucumber_Which Taylor Swift - "Blank Space" Cover by Our Last Night None
35 wannaboolwithme PINK GUY - d i c c w e t t 1 None
36 Cucumber_Which No Politics, Please None
37 Desi_Bojack_Horseman Surfaces - Sunday Best (Lyrics) "Feeling good like I should" None
38 antonvandyck Desired - Wake Up None
39 DrAwesome04 Yakuza OST - Baka Mitai (ばかみたい) Kiryu full version None
40 DrAwesome04 Claydee feat. Lexy Panterra - Dame Dame (Official Video) Bad bot Not this one
41 DrAwesome04 Cowboy Bebop OST 1 - Tank! None
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2020.08.05 19:33 thundersass What's up trannistas, it's Tranny Thunder here with this season's hottest makeup tips

Hello there "girls",
I know you've all been waiting for my next installment, and I know it's been ages since my last post. Life's been crazy ladies, let me tell you: I got a car, a house, a vagina, a felony charge, and a lifetime supply of pizza flavored celery sticks.
So anyway, smash that like button, smash subscribe, and somebody smash me already, fuck
Okay, so this season what's super in is smoke, gloss, shine, and vibrance. Let's break these down.
Smoke: we all love the smoky eye, because we all wish we were Avril Lavigne (most of us aren't). It's going to be big this fall too, so get yourself some neon blue eyeshadow and raccoon that shit up! Remember, the more layers you apply the more beautiful you are, so you'll need at least twelve.
Gloss: girlfriend, lips this fall are going naked. Nude lips are super duper in, but we want a little more razzle dazzle than that. Remember elementary school when all of the other girls had flavored lipgloss and you had a penis? Well, it's back kids. The gloss, not the uh. The penis. Get your favorite flavor and live out all your worst Katy Perry fantasies.
Shine: we love love love highlighter, and this fall is no exception. The trend is trending shinier, and we can step up to the plate with the shiniest faces this side of the chromeface empire. Use up your entire pallette in one day to really make a statement. You can get a good deal on reflectors from your local sporting goods store if you need even more shine.
Vibrance: fall is when we start seeing all sorts of colors in the trees, and in honor of that vibrant colors are way in this year. Throw that boring black eyeliner out the window (open please, it's not a steak), because this year is all about blue, white, purple, orange, green, and more. One color too bland? Use two eyeliners, or even three! Don't even worry about actually lining anything, we're doing floating eyeliner now. Just close your eyes and violently draw horizontal lines everywhere to pull off this fashion trend. Put on some orange blush to really round out the clown chic.
With these tips, you can make yourself so gorgeous this fall that woman definitely won't kick you out of the bathroom next time. Till next time, byee!
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2020.07.31 22:25 YuINOPE Cringe review for the first Ramones album on Amazon (hopefully a troll)

Good evening ladies and gents! I love punk rawk to the fullest... my favorites include Avril Lavigne, Good Charlotte, Simple Plan, New Found Glory, Blink 182, and NOFX... but lately I've noticed a huge following of the so called "70s punk movement"... get lost people! Punk began in 1999 when Carson Daly played "what's my age again" on TRL. Before that..... punk was in an underground form defined by the GODS, Green Day and Offspring.
Now on to this Ramones band... what's the hype people? They sound like another garbage pop punk band...how are they in any way important to the history of music? The guitarists can't write a catchy riff to save his life... and the lyrics sound like something a Sesame Street kid would have written! This Ramones band will never make it big on MTV with their nasty long hair and leather jackets... peace out folks!
For historic punk rawk albums check out "Dookie" by Green Day and "Smash" by Offspring... before that Punk was non-existant!
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2020.07.30 23:32 EdgyMeow Songs I'm Into.

For whatever reason, if you want to know what I listen to, I guess.
Wake Me Up (Avicii)
Hall Of Fame (The Script)
Seven Years Old (Lukas Graham)
Tribe (Bryan Lanning - Underrated singer btw)
Perfect (Ed Sheeran)
Who Knew (Bryan Lanning)
Miracle In The Making (Bryan Lanning)
This Is Home (Bryan Lanning)
Hell & Back (Kid Ink)
Who I Am (Jessica Andrews)
Hello (Adele)
My House (Flo Rida)
Friends In Low Places (Garth Brooks)
Angel (Amanda Perez)
Candy Kisses (Amanda Perez)
Sad Song (We The Kings)
Warriors (Imagine Dragons)
Whatever It Takes (Imagine Dragons)
Let Her Go (Passenger)
Closer (The Chainsmokers Ft Halsey)
A Thousand Years (Christina Perri)
My Wish (Rascal Flatts)
Shape Of You (Ed Sheeran)
Simple Man (Shinedown)
Man I Hate My Life (Chef Pee Pee, SML lmao)
Love Is An Open Door (Frozen)
Let It Go (Frozen)
I Just Can't Wait To Be King (The Lion King)
Hakuna Matata (The Lion King)
Call Me Maybe (Carly Rae Jepsen)
Mine (Bazzi)
Meant To Be (Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia)
I Want It That Way (Backstreet Boys)
Alone (Halsey)
Ghost (Halsey)
Bad At Love (Halsey)
Fuckin Perfect (P!nk)
It Ain't Me (Kygo & Selena Gomez)
No Promises (Demi Lovato)
Everytime We Touch (Cascada)
Sorry Not Sorry (Demi Lovato)
Stronger Than You (Steven Universe)
We Are The Crystal Gems (Steven Universe)
Full Disclosure (Steven Universe)
Little Do You Know (Alex and Sierra)
Haven't You Noticed (I'm A Star) (Steven Universe)
Despactio (Justin Bieber)
Anxiety (Blackbear)
Ciao Adios (Anne-Marie)
Fuck Fake Friends (Bebe Rexha)
Die Young (Ke$ha)
Timber (Pitbull)
La Da Dee (Cody Simpson)
Stitches (Shawn Mendes)
Kwetu Ni Kwetu (The Lion Guard)
I Kissed A Girl (Katy Perry)
Maps (Maroon 5)
Animals (Maroon 5)
I'm A Mess (Bebe Rexha)
Wolves (Selena Gomez & Marshmello)
Stay (Zedd & Alessia Cara)
Scars To You're Beautiful (Alessia Cara)
Demons (Imagine Dragons)
Impossible (Shontelle)
Who Knew (Bryan Lanning)
Like A Lion (Bryan Lanning)
Happier (Marshmello)
Stressed Out (Twenty One Pilots)
Baby Shark (Pinkfong)
Back To You (Selena Gomez)
Treat You Better (Shawn Mendes)
Photograph (Ed Sheeran)
Thinking Out Loud (Ed Sheeran)
Life Is A Highway (Rascal Flatts)
Bubble Gum Bitch (Marina & The Diamonds)
Faded (Alan Walker)
The Spectre (Alan Walker)
Darkside (Alan Walker)
Alone (Alan Walker)
How To Be A Heartbreaker (Marina & The Diamonds)
New Rules (Dua Lipa)
In My Blood (Shawn Mendes)
Best Friends Forever (KSM)
Life Is Fun (Boyinaband & TheOdd1sOut)
Real Friends (Camila Cabello)
Empty (JaidenAnimations & Boyinaband)
For Forever (Dear Evan Hansen)
Part Of Me (Katy Perry)
Far Behind (Candlebox)
IDFC (Blackbear)
Broken (Lovelytheband)
Her Last Words (Courtney Parker)
Silent Scream (Anna Blue)
R U Crazy (Conor Maynard)
Girls Like You (Maroon 5)
Stereo Hearts (Gym Class Heros)
Heaven (Kane Brown)
Middle Of The Might (The Vamps)
Let Me Down Slowly (Alec Benjamin)
Older (Sasha Sloan)
Sisi Ni Sawa (The Lion Guard)
You Said You'd Grow Old With Me (Michael Schulte)
Sorry (Justin Bieber)
Baby (Justin Bieber)
Santa Tell Me (Ariana Grande)
How To Save A Life (The Fray)
Little Wonders (Meet The Robinsons)
High Hopes (Panic! At the Disco)
Count On Me (Bruno Mars)
Self Control (Bebe Rexha)
Seasons (Rival & Cadmium)
Come Little Children (Hocus Pocus)
Kiss Me Before I Fucking Lose My Mind (Charlie Puth)
What About Us (P!nk)
Love Someone (Lukas Graham)
Bad Blood (Taylor Swift)
Legends Never Die (League Of Legends)
The Potato Song (The Last Of Us 2)
Our Future Days (The Last Of Us 2)
Sarcasm (Get Scared)
Monster (Skillet)
We're In Heaven (DJ Sammy)
Hot N Cold (Katy Perry)
River Flows In You (Yiruma)
You Deserve Better (James Arthur)
Cruise (Florida Georgia Line)
Slipped Away (Avril Lavigne)
Boomx4 (Vengaboys)
Doki Doki Forever (OR30)
Smoking Section (Jelly Roll)
Take Me Home Country Roads (John Denver)
When I Pray For You (Dan + Shay)
All To Myself (Dan + Shay)
Speechless (Dan + Shay)
Adore You (Harry Styles)
Oh My Clementine (Bonecage)
Hey There Sweetpea (Bonecage)
Let Me Go Home (Michael Buble)
Go Back (Jelly Roll)
Girl (Maren Morris)
Really Don't Care (Demi Lovato)
All Falls Down (Alan Walker)
No Tears Left To Cry (Ariana Grande)
Thank You Next (Ariana Grande)
Memories (Maroon 5)
Hey Little Girl (Sohpiemarie.b)
New Soul (Yael Naim)
10,000 Hours (Dan + Shay & Justin Bieber)
Southbound (Carrie Underwood)
Play It Again (Luke Bryan)
Circles (Post Malone)
Homesick (Kane Brown)
One Thing Right (Kane Brown & Marshmello)
Beautiful Crazy (Luke Combs)
Good Girl (Dustin Lynch)
Truth Hurts (Lizzo)
Good As Hell (Lizzo)
The Village (Wrabel)
How Do You Sleep (Sam Smith)
What Am I (Why Don't We)
All Star (Smash Mouth)
Old Town Road (Lil Nas X)
Life After You (Chris Daugherty)
Cool (Jonas Brothers)
A Thousand Miles (Vanessa Carlton)
Sorry (Halsey)
Colors (Halsey)
Return To The Wild (Tobu)
Whiskey Glasses (Morgan Wallen)
Make It Sweet (Old Dominion)
Fall In The Fall (Jelly Roll)
You Need To Calm Down (Taylor Swift)
Falling For You (Peachy)
This Is Home (Cavetown)
On & On (Cartoon)
Senorita (Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello)
Let You Down (NF)
All The Kids Are Depressed (Jeremy Zucker)
Hey Soul Sister (Train)
Call You Mine (The Chainsmokers & Bebe Rexha)
Just Us (DJ Khalid)
One Last Breath (Creed)
Life Before The Dead (Bonecage)
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2020.07.26 21:13 Ghost-Quartet 31 Underrated Albums From The First Half Of 2020

Hi kids, it’s been a hot second since I’ve done one of these posts where I dump a bunch of underappreciated albums onto /popheads like a cat giving its owner a dead bird, but here we are. 2020 has been a great year for music with a lot of great releases, but the big name releases have been overshadowing some smaller releases that were also really quality and I wanted to take a moment to highlight those.
The original concept for this post was there would be five projects from each month of the first six months of the year but January was so dead that fell apart so we’re just going with it. Yes some of these are only available on Bandcamp… and what about it?

January:

The Big Moon by Walking Like We Do

  • Genre/Length: Indie Pop / 42 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: Women In Music Pt. II
  • Other Reference Points: Phoebe Bridgers, The Regrettes, motivational pep talks from your gal pals
Description: This was one of the first releases to really catch my attention this year, The Big Moon are an up and coming indie rock band who got rave reviews for their debut album and this sophomore release sees them going in a more poppy direction. Taking cues from both the ‘60s and the ‘90s (it’s weird but it works), the group apply the typical indie synths, guitars, and pianos but use them to craft slow burners with anthemic choruses and quirky lyrics. The songs are unassuming at first but you’ll be singing along and waving your lighters by the end. Thematically the album trumpets positivity in the face of impending doom… they were ahead of the curve I guess.
Sample Track: “Your Light”

Neon Heart by Roxie Cola

  • Genre/Length: Electro-Bubblegum / 18 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: 1000 Gecs and the Tree Of Clues
  • Other Reference Points: SOPHIE, Kero Kero Bonito, too much sugar
Description: Let’s get dirt obscure, as in, 17 monthly listeners on Spotify obscure. Described on her Bandcamp page as an “incorporeal pop princess,” the neon webcore aesthetic of this EP’s cover should instantly clue you in to what kind of project it’s going to be. With vocals that are more vocoder than human and cheap synths there’s a very specific appeal to this music that you’ll either love or hate and I don’t know, maybe this one is actually trash and I just have terrible taste but I found this to be very charming. The songwriting is actually very solid with strong melodies and memorable lyrics that really nail a lovestruck vibe. It’s pop through a funhouse mirror, not really “hyper pop” but definitely hyperactive pop.
Sample Track: “Flatline”

Take Me Away by Mirei

  • Genre/Length: Dance Pop + R&B / 33 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: Ungodly Hour
  • Other Reference Points: NIKI, LOONA, strutting down a street bathed in neon
Description: This is one of the more straightforward dance pop albums on this list and although the songs in general are fresh and good, they’re given an extra edge by their solid lyrical content. Although this album is entirely in English Mirei is Japanese and her experiences growing up in Osaka and Tokyo form the subject matter for this album; sometimes that’s as simple as talking about boy problems, sometimes it leads to her tackling more complex issues like the toxicity of the J-idol system. She’s got a clear, strong voice that sits well over electronic production and she rides these slick beats just right. It’s a great album that really marks her as a potential pop girl to keep an eye on.
Sample Track: “Lonely In Tokyo”

February:

Other Ways To Vent by iyla

  • Genre/Length: R&B + Pop / 22 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: Cape God
  • Other Reference Points: Caroline Polachek, Tinashe, the music video for "Apeshit" by The Carters
Description: Singer-songwriter iyla is a hard one to describe. Her songs are based in hard hitting trap beats but the melodies and production layered over this are elegant (based in soul and almost classical at times) and it gives her a fresh, unique sound; her lyrics have this same sort of duality between layered metaphors/unconventional vocabulary and blunt/crass jabs. It’s the best of both worlds, reaching across the aisle to appeal to fans of all kinds of genres thanks to smart writing and production. Her serpentine voice is clean and strong as she both sings and raps her way through this strong collection of songs about liberating herself from all of the toxic people in her life. She’s also a visual queen, check out some of her music videos as well because they’re excellent.
Sample Track: “Cash Rules (feat. Method Man)”

Cha Cha Palace by Angelica Garcia

  • Genre/Length: Alt-Pop + Indie Rock / 48 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: Petals For Armor
  • Other Reference Points: Kate Bush, Grimes, first generation brujas
Description: After a fairly traditional indie pop debut Angelica Garcia drew inspiration from her Mexican/Salvadoran heritage (as well as Catholic imagery) for this release and it’s a nice taste of a perspective we don’t see very often in “mainstream” music. She has a punky energy about her that I’m into; while still broadly in the “pop” category, these songs are delightfully twisted walls of sound full of fury. She wails like La Llorona (who’s the subject of a song on the album) over screaming guitars and ominous vocal loops and it’s a little bit terrifying, but definitely intriguing. A difficult album to describe but a compelling one to listen to.
Sample Track: “Jicama”

Romantic Comedy by Summer Camp

  • Genre/Length: Indie + Shoegaze / 44 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: Swimmer
  • Other Reference Points: The xx, Chairlift, pop art
Description: I don’t normally enjoy shoe gaze but I found this album very charming. The adorable cover art should tell you exactly what kind of album this will be (something warm and intimate) but it also reveals that primary reference point for the album is the ‘60s, which can be heard in the melodramatic skits between songs and the subtle touches of blue eyed soul that give some flavor to the twee indie pop songs. This is actually a companion album for a documentary made by one of the members of this band and like the film it’s a tribute/deconstruction to the romantic comedy, lampooning the tropes while also being perhaps just a little nostalgic about them.
Sample Track: “The Ugly Truth”

The Horror and The Wild by The Amazing Devil

  • Genre/Length: Folk / 46 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: Folklore
  • Other Reference Points: The Civil Wars, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, lyrics that make good fanfiction titles
Description: How kind of Taylor Swift to drop a folk themed album right before I posted this, I hope it inspires people to check out this album because it’s one of the strongest written/performed albums I’ve heard all year. The “everyday poetic” lyrics don’t pull any punches and the storytelling they accomplish is very impressive; it’s rare that an album can consistently tug at your heartstrings and stir up emotions like this. The singers commit with their whole hearts and have great chemistry with each other and a lot of the power of the album draws directly from their superstar performances, as well as the thunderous folk music arrangements. Prepare to want to run around the woods after this one.
Sample Track: “Battle Cries”

note-book -u.- & -Me.- by Chanmina

  • Genre/Length: Pop-Rap / 11 + 11 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: It’z Me
  • Other Reference Points: Tierra Whack, Rico Nasty, being a bad girl with feelings
Description: This was technically two EPs but they’re companion pieces she dropped at the same time so I’m counting them as one release. The Japanese/Korean rapper continues her quest for world domination with a fun collection of pop-rap songs that show off both her singing and rapping skills. As always Chanmina displays impressive range not just vocally but musically, managing to serve piano ballads, dance pop, and autotuned trap bangers on the same EP while still feeling cohesive. There’s range emotionally as well, with songs for both the club and sitting alone in your room crying, and you can bop to both. Another great display of potential from a cool up and coming artist.
Sample Track: “Voice Memo No. 5”

II: La Bella Vita by Niia

  • Genre/Length: Pop + Alt-R&B / 42 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: What’s Your Pleasure?
  • Other Reference Points: Perfume Genius, Kehlani, art films
Description: Hey, by any chance does anyone on this sub like disco? Thought so. While this album isn’t quite plucked right from the ‘70s Niia’s take on simmering dance pop definitely involves some callbacks to the era along with a more modern trip-hop sensibility that keeps this album sounding fresh and adult. The music is lush with subtleties, burning like a blue flame even as she spends the album describing a relationship that’s cooling off. The sheer aesthetic of it all is impeccable as well, it’s very… sensual and refined. I feel like I should be wearing all black and smoking on the balcony of a gorgeous mansion while listening to this.
Sample Track: “Whatever You Got”

March:

Industry Games by CHIKA

  • Genre/Length: Rap / 20 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: Suga
  • Other Reference Points: Ashanti, Queen Latifah, feeling unstoppable
Description: Firebrand freshman rapper Chika made a name for herself with her impressive freestyles she would post to Instagram, and on her debut EP she proves she’s more than just a viral moment. Her star gleams as she spits intelligent bars that paint the picture of a bright young woman on the cusp of greatness who knows what she wants and what she’s worth. She’s a fierce rapper through and through, but her songs have an understated pop appeal to them thanks to the synth drenched production and the soulful choir she taps to provide hooks and backup vocals. Also she’s bisexual and some of the songs deal with that, so let’s support her ladies!
Sample Track: “Songs About You”

New Me, Same Us by Little Dragon

  • Genre/Length: Electropop / 47 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: ~how i’m feeling~
  • Other Reference Points: Blood Orange, Kelela, crunchy music
Description: Little Dragon have been a band since the ‘90s and have released music pretty consistently over the past two decades, drawing attention for their subtly experimental tendencies and their lead singer’s husky voice. Their latest album sees them doing a little bit of everything, dipping into electropop, r&b, indie, jazz, funk, and the end result is very easy on the ears. It’s gentle, thoughtful music on a polished, glossy album with a hint of an edge; although lacking in bombastic bangers it’s perfect to luxuriate in during a chill session.
Sample Track: “Where You Belong”

Louder by Big Freedia

  • Genre/Length: Bounce + Dance-Pop / 15 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: 111 (by Pabllo Vittar)
  • Other Reference Points: Lizzo, Mykki Blanco, block party music
Description: Louder, for the people in the back. The Queen of New Orleans Bounce continues her reign, although she’s expanding her portfolio a bit with this one. This is a poppier release than a lot of her previous work, toning back the bounce elements and bringing forward some pop elements, but neither of these things really overwhelms the other and it’s a welcome blend. Whatever the genre is it’s more of the speaker pounding, ass shaking party music that Freedia is known for with ebullient messages of hope that’ll be sure to get you up out of your seat and four on the floor. Don’t be put off by the initial blast of weirdness, these are bangers!
Sample Track: “Chasing Rainbows (feat. Kesha)”

Lady Like by Ingrid Andress

  • Genre/Length: Country / 26 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: Kelsea
  • For Fans Of: Maren Morris, Kacey Musgraves, country girls with pop appeal
Description: Ingrid Andress co-wrote “Boys” by Charli XCX, but this is a country album. But it’s a good country album! Her writing is sharp, her voice is powerful, and the emotions she plumbs seem genuine; all the ingredients that make for great country songs. Her lyrics are cutting and she displays a lot of vulnerability in how she allows herself to be weak, strong, or even the butt of the joke at times. Thematically all of the songs take place in the liminal space between being in love and being alone, and her takes feel very fresh despite the traditionally “relatable” subject matter. I don’t listen to a lot of country but I’d still wager that this is one of the best releases of the year so far!
Sample Track: “Both”

Noneketanu by Shht

  • Genre/Length: Post-Pop(?) / 53 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: Sawayama
  • Other Reference Points: Devo, 100 Gecs, drugs
Description: This is a weird one, and I know I’ve said that several times but this is probably the weirdest album here. Recorded by the band mostly in live takes, this album feels like a series of jam sessions that were crammed into songs and the end result is sprawling tracks that grow and morph and shift wildly right before your very ears. Every single song is just an intense journey from start to finish, constantly subverting expectations and straddling the line between music and noise. In a strange sort of way it’s ear candy because it’s so refreshing to hear something so different, especially since the actual sound palate it uses is fairly traditional. It’s a fever dream of autotune, drums, and guitars; I can’t tell if this is genius or an utter mess but it’ll certainly hold your attention.
Sample Track: “Talk About”

April:

It Is What It Is by Thundercat

  • Genre/Length: Hip-Hop + Jazz / 37 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: Heaven To A Tortured Mind
  • Other Reference Points: Flying Lotus, Mac Miller, Adult Swim bumper music
Description: Yeah this album is actually pretty big and very critically acclaimed but I never see it mentioned so I’ll be the one to bring it up. A haze of hip-hop, jazz, and electronica, Thundercat demonstrates his strong grasp of musicality and crafts a creative album that flows very well. It’s a good album to vibe out to, music in this style isn’t exactly my forte but I found this album really easy to listen to. The sound palate is easy on the ears and there’s a sense of optimism (and at times humor) that keeps it feeling engaging throughout. Although a bit far from the usual fare of /popheads, this many critics can’t be wrong!
Sample Track: “Dragonball Durag”

Miss Colombia by Lido Pimienta

  • Genre/Length: Alternative + Latin Pop / 43 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: Las Que No Iban A Salir
  • Other Reference Points: Rakky Ripper, Namasenda, critically acclaimed artistic pop
Description: Just as a heads up this album is entirely in Spanish, but don’t let you put that off! Lido Pimienta has a razor sharp voice that’s easy to listen to and crafted some great melodies for this album, plus much of its appeal is in the music. Although based in Canada she wrote this album about her native Colombia, and to do so she decided to draw upon the rich tapestry of the music of the Caribbean coast. While she sometimes plays these genres straight other times she’ll twist them up with bass and electronic production that gives them a more modern edge and makes this album a conversation with Colombia rather than just a straightforward tribute. It’s a wonderful tour of an under appreciated music culture.
Sample Track: “Eso Que Tu Haces”

Broken English by Bebe Zahara Benet

  • Genre/Length: Afropop / 20 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: BEFORE LOVE CAME TO KILL US
  • Other Reference Points: Bad Bunny, Big Freedia, music you can bob your head along to
Description: Drag queen music is just barely a step above reality tv star music in terms of how seriously it’s taken, but I enjoy a lot of it and this EP is genuinely good. The original winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race Bebe Zahara Benet taps into her African roots for this album and the Afropop stylings really elevate this EP. While still grounded in club friendly dance music the sounds of drums and banjo give the songs a depth and an edge that keeps them from feeling like the same disposable novelty songs we usually associate with Ru Girls. Bebe’s voice isn’t exceptionally powerful but it’s sweet and earthy; she sounds good here. She brought Cameroon to the club and it’s kind of a serve.
Sample Track: “Banjo”

It Was Divine by Alina Baraz

  • Genre/Length: R&B / 52 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: It Was Good Until It Wasn’t
  • Other Reference Points: H.E.R., Kali Uchis, romance
Description: Streaming numbers seem to indicate there have been a few decent hits off this album but I’ve seen exactly one (1) other person mention her on this sub so let’s talk about it. We always love a good r&b release and Alina knows what she’s doing here and effortlessly merges the worlds of old school r&b (with its rich orchestrations and nods to soul music) with new school r&b (with ever present trap drums and endless hooks) while retaining the best of both worlds. Perhaps one of the most romantic albums of the year, she boldly declares on the opening track that “[she] can see her whole life when she’s with you” and she spends the next fifteen tracks describing exactly what that’s gonna look like. The album is perhaps a bit too long, but when she sounds this good it’s hard to take that as a negative.
Sample Track: “Take It Home”

Stages Of Love and Heartbreak by Marisa Maino

  • Genre/Length: Pop / 52 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: Sad Songs In The Summer
  • Other Reference Points: Demi Lovato, Avril Lavigne, teen movies from the '00s
Description: Marisa Maino gives me early ‘00s vibes, she’s got a lot of the spunkiness that defined the stars of that era. Her sound is a bit more modern but her approach to writing pop songs with strong vocally focused melodies feels like it’s rooted at least a few years in the past, not that that’s a bad thing! The maximalist production is a bit of a throwback as well, hearing the pop-punk guitars on some of these songs was definitely nostalgic. Her slightly bratty lyrics are kinda cute as well. If you’re looking for some classic (a little basic) pop girl vibes, check this out.
Sample Track: “Hot”

Peaceful As Hell by Black Dresses

  • Genre/Length: Alt-Pop / 47 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: RTJ4
  • Other Reference Points: 100 Gecs, Courtney Barnett, being a weirdo and proud of it
Description: It's a shame this group disbanded on the heels of their most successful, critically acclaimed album yet, but they're survived by a strong discography of noise pop gems (even if they aren't on streaming). With insane, off-the-wall production that sounds like it was rendered entirely by broken computers, this album is incredibly polarizing. They moan and scream a lot of the lyrics but at the same time I actually love their voices, and the lyrics/song subjects are super campy but touching at the same time. You'll either love or hate this album, but if you love it you'll get a lot of mileage out of it.
Sample Track: “Creep U”

isaac’s insects by Isaac Dunbar

  • Genre/Length: Synthpop / 23 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: Kid Krow
  • Other Reference Points: Billie Eilish, Rina Sawayama, Born This Way Jr.
Description: A teenage pop star with a somewhat dark, almost androgynous style the obvious comparison for Isaac Dunbar is Billie Eilish, but his inspiration for doing music is Lady Gaga and you can definitely hear that in his music. This EP has its fair share of moody slow jams that seem him intoning his way through a haze of synths and piano, but where he really shines are the more upbeat dance pop songs. He’s not afraid to let his freak flag fly and it results in some really lyrically interesting tracks that feature unusual imagery and address issues like homophobia and toxic masculinity. This is a really cute collection of pop songs, now is the time to get in on the ground floor of a rising gay pop boy!
Sample Track: “comme de garçons (like the boys)”

May:

2 Real by Parisalexa

  • Genre/Length: R&B / 29 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: It Was Good Until It Wasn’t
  • Other Reference Points: Summer Walker, SZA, straight up r&b
Description: Even among the r&b scene I haven’t heard too much buzz around this album, so for once this isn’t just a case of /popheads ignoring an r&b girl, like, everyone’s been sleeping on this one. Devoted primarily to themes of self-love, Parisalexa’s debut album is a smooth stream of drippy r&b music complete with the stuttering trap drums and heavy melodies that have become the genre mainstays. She’s a good songwriter and her lyrics and hooks are easy to listen to, and her messages don’t grow repetitive over the course of the album. I don’t really have much to say about this one other than the fact that everyone I’ve recommended it to seems to have loved it so if you’re into r&b this one is a must listen.
Sample Track: “Chocolate”

They Call Me Disco by Ric Wilson/Terrace Martin

  • Genre/Length: Rap + Disco / 17 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: A Little Rhythm and a Wicked Feeling
  • Other Reference Points: Doja Cat, Yuna, walking down the neighborhood smiling
Description: At this point rapping over disco is something of a signature sound for Ric Wilson, but when he teams up with producer Terrace Martin they take that sound and produce magic with it. Ric’s heavy voice and relaxed flow sit really well on Terrace’s slick beats and together they create what sounds like the soundtrack of the best kickback you’ve ever attended. Although it isn’t quite entirely disco as there are a few more traditional synth pop style songs, these are still just as good as the more danceable tracks and there isn’t a a weak link on the track list. The songs are full of smart lines and positive vibes; this EP is brief but it’s really fun and super easy to listen to.
Sample Track: “Don’t Kill The Wave”

Light Exchanges by Sister Species

  • Genre/Length: Indie Rock / 25 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: The New Abnormal
  • Other Reference Points: Mitski, Tank and the Bangas, casual nihilism
Description: Although I put the genre tag for this one as “Indie Rock” that really undersells their sound because they bring elements of jazz and folk into their music that help them stand out from the crowd. These diverse musical influences and their propensity for quirky lyrics that elevate mundanity into magic make all of their songs really memorable. The “wall of noise” arrangements by the band push nicely against the singer and always compliment the lyrical content, plus in between each song on the album are “three part trumpet” interludes that provide fun transitions and give the album a nice flow from track to track. In particular the song I’ve linked right below this (“Heat Death”) is one of my favorites of the year.
Sample Track: “Heat Death (Hold Me Here)”

Rainbow Boy by Keiynan Lonsdale

  • Genre/Length: Pop + Alt-Pop / 49 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: Manic
  • Other Reference Points: Superfruit, Dorian Electra, high concept queer pop
Description: Rainbow Boy is practically overflowing with melodies and ideas; true to its title Keiynan really paints with every color of the rainbow on this one. An ambitious tribute to black and queer audiences, the album is an almost surreal experience as it careens between madcap pop songs that address everything from love to gay liberation to… chocolate. The album refuses to be confined by genre (he touches on disco, Afropop, r&b, funk, and Disney, just to name a few styles) but maintains a strong pop focus and it’s never at a loss for a good tune. Keiynan himself displays a surprising amount of range and his total commitment to what he’s doing helps him carry the album even in its most bizarre moments. It’s almost too much at certain points but despite any obvious flaws Keiynan’s vision and raw artistry really shine through and make this a compelling listen from front to back.
Sample Track: “I Confess My Love”

Mangotale by Shawn Wasabi

  • Genre/Length: EDM / 34 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: Dedicated Side B
  • Other Reference Points: Louie Zhong, Vocaloids, anime inspired pop
Description: Shawn Wasabi’s custom made MIDI Fighter 64 allows him to program songs using arcade noises, which he’ll often blend with more traditional electronic production. Over the past five years he’s created a really cute signature sound and all the buzz he’s built up has finally resulted in a debut album that puts this aesthetic on full display. He has a great ear for hooks and knows how to get the most out of his features, resulting in a very satisfying producer driven album. With songs that make constant reference to junk food and video games this is probably one of the sweetest albums of the year, and one of the most joyful as well.
Sample Track: “The Snack That Smiles Back”

Neon From Now On by Party Pupils

  • Genre/Length: Dance Pop / 24 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: Golden Hour (the Kygo one)
  • Other Reference Points: Caravan Palace, The Knocks, producer driven pop
Description: Pop star MAX has (hopefully) got an album coming out later this year that I’m hotly anticipating, but first we get a nice little album from his side project Party Pupils. I love some festival bro EDM from time to time and this album is pure polished future funk fun that captures all of the carefree excitement of a neon night out. We kind of know what to expect from producer driven releases like this but I think it helps that MAX is a singer himself because it brings a grounding presence that ensures that these are true pop songs, not just trendy approximations of them. The songs are light and frothy ear candy, and hey, we all could use that sometimes.
Sample Track: “Love Me For The Weekend (feat. Ashe)”

June:

Patience by Sondre Lerche

  • Genre/Length: Pop / 47 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: Set My Heart On Fire Immediately
  • Other Reference Points: Rufus Wainwright, MIKA, music that soaks into your heart
Description: Sondre Lerche has been a fixture of the indie scene for the past two decades, I had somehow avoided hearing about him until this year but I absolutely loved this album. He has a knack for making songs that feel “cozy” to listen to and this album flows smooth as butter thanks to the rich orchestrations and his expressive voice that carries his off-kilter melodies well. It’s a good album to put on an just chill out to. The lyrics come from out of left field at times but at their core they’re romantic, funny, and heartbreaking in equal measure. The album is somewhat messy at times with a few tracks lingering a bit too long but if anything that just makes it more approachable, and ultimately it’s a very pleasant experience.
Sample Track: “You Are Not Who I Thought I Was”

Powderpaint by Powderpaint

  • Genre/Length: Synthpop / 23 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: Future Nostalgia
  • Other Reference Points: MUNA, Carly Rae Jepsen, queer anthems
Description: Powderpaint are a queer pop duo from the UK with a delightful retro space children aesthetic and they dropped one of the hottest EPs of the year; these ’80s disco/Hi-NRG styled songs are overflowing with verve and they’ve got the melodies and production to match. I think they said it best on their delightfully tacky website, it’s an EP “full of sizzling synthesizers, funky guitars and retro grooves. The songs covered themes of trans identity, bad relationships, pseudoscience, and an unapologetic celebration of queer people's love and happiness.” This is music on a mission, and you can hear in the dramatic production and their strong voices as they sing (and rap) their way through the songs that they mean business. A must-listen imo.
Sample Track: “Constellation”

Introspection by Adrian Younge/Angela Muñoz

  • Genre/Length: Soul / 29 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: Lianne La Havas
  • Other Reference Points: Amy Winehouse, Sade, classic movies
Description: Believe it or not Angela Muñoz is 18 years old, not that you’d know it from her rich voice and smart writing skills. The little girl has got soul, and producer Adrian Younge nurtures this talent by providing her with beautiful musical arrangements of romantic strings and tender drums that cradle her voice just right. These lush soul songs posit her as a wise beyond her years chanteuse, and it works. This album feels old school in a timeless way, calling to mind legends of soul past like Amy Winehouse and Sade who spun gold from the air with their music. While she isn’t quite at their level yet this is an impressive debut that makes me believe she could maybe get there someday.
Sample Track: “I Don’t Care”

Critical Daydream by Ultra Happy Alarm

  • Genre/Length: Bubblegum Dance + Hyperpop / 23 Minutes
  • Try If You Liked: how I’m feeling now
  • Other Reference Points: Aqua, Vocaloid, internet kitsch
Description: Okay so this album was made by a genderqueer “multimedia fetish artist” who’s known for their “mad kawaii raver” style, Twitch streams, and “colorful kawaii rave nude art book.” I shouldn’t have to say much more than that but I’ll continue to type. Inspired by her dream of being in a ‘90s bubblegum dance group, Audra tapped producers Ash Nerve and Ada Rook to create tooth rotting songs that are simultaneously a revival of this classic sound and an extension of modern hyper pop trends. The lyrics are stupid in the best way possible, referencing memes and embodying the relentless pep that defines the album. Although the album is confined to Bandcamp it’s well worth at least one listen just for the sheer fun of it!
Sample Track: “Spider”
If you're wondering "why isn't ____ on here?" well it's because these are just my personal opinions and selections drawn from my limited experience. There's plenty of stuff out there that I didn't mention or haven't heard, if you'd like comment it below. Stay classy folks, hope the rest of the year is just as nice.
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2020.07.17 06:25 mesablanka The impact of 2000s Criterion Games and whoever curated the music for the Burnout games

...I think these people don't get nearly as much recognition about how much they've ingrained pop punk music into the brains of many gamers back in the day. Imagine being a kid or teenager back in 2004, and hearing the opening vocals of The F-Ups's Lazy Generation in Burnout 3: Takedown's intro, and then the riff kicks in. Shit was wild. And then you are greeted to the rest of soundtrack, just full of bangers from bands that ranged from popular acts (The Bouncing Souls, The Ramones, Jimmy Eat World), now-popular bands that back in the day weren't nearly as famous as they are now (Fall Out Boy, My Chemical Romance), and just overall more obscure artists (The F-Ups, Chronic Future, The Von Bondies); the soundtrack was just so full of something for everyone that wanted to get their rock fix, and that wasn't just limited to pop punk either. The soundtrack also had a bunch of songs from straight up punk rock, dance-punk, indie rock, post-hardcore and metalcore bands. Also fun little thing, the soundtrack for Burnout 3 is currently rated 4.06 out of 5 in RYM lol
By Revenge, Criterion varied up the soundtrack a little, taking a little bit off the focus of the pop punk by adding electronic music and tracks from darker and more aggressive bands, although it still quite a lot of pop punk, if this lineup of artists (Goldfinger, FOB, The Academy Is..., The All-American Rejects, MxPx, Unwritten Law) is to tell us something. And on DominatoParadise (both of these games had more or less the same songs, but each release had extra songs or songs that were removed), they pretty much made the most eclectic soundtrack on the series to date, but of course they didn't take away our pop punk fix, heh. Oh, and if you're into Avril Lavigne, they also had Girlfriend in it, lol. Hell, they even added different versions of the song in other languages in Dominator from 2007, as it was where she actually premiered the song one month before The Best Damn Thing actually came out, although the single came earlier
Okay, it is obvious this is just me gushing out about how much I love the music in these games, but it is undeniable how much I know and love in not only the pop punk scene, but also metalcore, post-hardcore, and indie rock as well, and I have nobody to thank but these beautiful games, and Criterion for curating these bad boys for our teenage virgin ears to be exposed to. lmao
So what do y'all think? You got exposed to pop punk by these games too? Hell, if there is a game in general that also introduced you to that genre just say it as well, haha
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2020.07.16 17:47 745o7 Little Flowers Girls’ Club

Apologies for the creepy title—that was the actual name of the pseudo Girl Scouts that I participated in (about age 10) in the early 2000s. I love nature, hiking, and other outdoorsy activities, and as a kid I wanted to join the Girl Scouts. But my mom is a conservative Catholic, and so Girl Scouts was out of the question for me because she was convinced they taught “inappropriate” sex ed and that the money from selling cookies went to Planned Parenthood (which I guess was a rumor at the time and I think it’s untrue, but beside the point here).
So instead my mom signed me up for this Catholic version of the Girl Scouts, called Little Flowers Girls’ Club, based on St. Theresa and the Society of the Little Flower. It was managed by another mother in our parish. Her daughter (who was “troubled” because she like Pokémon and Avril Lavigne), my sister, and I were pretty much the only girls in this club, aside from a handful of people who would join for a couple of months, then quit because there was honestly just not a lot going on.
The main efforts of Little Flowers were memorizing verses and Psalms, listening to tedious lessons about virtues like fortitude, and doing crafts that usually involved sewing. If I recall correctly, there was a sheet where you could check off all the times you engaged in a certain virtue. When you had virtued enough and memorized the right verse, you earned a petal-shaped badge that you could sew to your sash. Eventually, you had a sash full of flower petals that you were too embarrassed to ever wear.
Partly because I do genuinely enjoy making crafts, and partly because I am a competitive person (earning the humility badge faster than the other girls was more appealing to me than the actual virtue of humility), I went along with Little Flowers and had a decent time. I was also young enough that I hadn’t begun questioning the Catholic faith yet, or my mother’s fundamental-adjacent version of it.
But looking back, I am struck by the sexism and creepiness. For starters, if the whole point of the club is just learning about virtues, why aren’t boys included? Unless there is a boy’s version and I just don’t know about it because I don’t have brothers. Also—and I recognize that this is more about the Church’s expectations of the faithful, and not just a Little Flowers thing—a lot of the virtues were about being passive, shutting up and just accepting authority. Like obedience. The real Girl Scouts are supposed to focus on leadership and empowerment, but not Little Flowers! Oh and I think “purity” was also a virtue you could “earn”—freakin’ creepy.
Meanwhile, I do not remember any of our activities actually helping people. I think that the closest we came to service work was making camouflage-colored rosaries to send to Catholic troops in Iraq (a whole other level of barf). They weren’t instilling any kind of leadership or social skills, just home-maker stuff. Maybe this was just my chapter of Little Flowers and others were more service-oriented, but in retrospect, LF seemed like an exercise in virtue signaling, rather than encouraging actual good behavior. Honestly, I think it did more harm that good for me, actually stunting my growth as a person because it instilled the idea that, if one of my friends didn’t posses all of these virtues, she wasn’t “as good” as I was. I had been given all these badges to prove my superiority as a Good Catholic TM. And once I started distancing myself from the Church, the weight of these virtues still clung to me, weighing me down with guilt for not being “pure” and “obedient” anymore.
But I am curious if anyone else here took part in Little Flowers? Were your experiences similar? What did you think of it?
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2020.07.09 19:19 T_D_A_G_A_R_I_M Hoodwink style stage at Riot Fest

The Bamboozle Festival used to have a stage dedicated to covers called Hoodwink. A handful of bands from the weekend perform a 2nd set but the set would be covers of another band. Has Riot Fest ever done anything like this? Anyone interested in this? Space is limited at Douglas Park though so not sure if we'd see any new stages added.
Some examples that Bamboozle had one year included:
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2020.07.07 20:19 MeowMeowstic196 ok i saw someone else do this but judge me based on my top 50 spotify artists

  1. TWICE
  2. Taylor Swift
  3. BLACKPINK
  4. BTS
  5. LANA
  6. Red Velvet
  7. EVERGLOW
  8. BABYMETAL
  9. LOONA
  10. ITZY
  11. Cherry Bullet
  12. Holland
  13. Stray Kids
  14. GFRIEND
  15. Kyary Pamyu Pamyu (i don't support her)
  16. Avril Lavigne
  17. DreamNote
  18. Ariana Grande
  19. LADYBABY
  20. (G)I-DLE
  21. Melanie Martinez
  22. fromis_9
  23. IZ*ONE
  24. TOMORROW X TOGETHER
  25. Lorde
  26. MOMOLAND
  27. Nicki Minaj (no longer support her either)
  28. (doesn't show up for some reason? go off ig)
  29. BVNDIT
  30. Monsta X
  31. Saturday
  32. THE BOYZ
  33. CLC
  34. LICE
  35. GWSN
  36. A.C.E
  37. Erika Henningsen
  38. Dreamcatcher
  39. Wengie
  40. Selena Gomez
  41. Weeekly
  42. MAMAMOO
  43. AleXa
  44. Weki Meki
  45. Kiera Please
  46. SuperM
  47. Kidz Bop Kids (don't ask lmao)
  48. Barrett Wilbert Reed
  49. SUNMI
  50. DAY6
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2020.07.04 08:51 myousername "Sk8er Boi" by Avril Lavigne is such a pickme anthem. I'm embarrassed by how much I loved that song when I was a teenager.

Y'all ever had the unsettling experience of rewatching a TV show or movie that you loved as a child? Ya know, there's this weird nostalgia for something you remember enjoying as a kid, but now that you're an adult with greater maturity and life experience, you pick up on all the problematic shit?
Well guess what, I just had that experience a few moments ago when "Sk8er Boi" by Avril Lavigne came on the radio. So, I thought we'd take a trip down memory lane and do a line-by-line "FDS translates a pickme" analysis.
Full lyrics here.
He was a boy, she was a girl
Can I make it any more obvious?
He was a punk, she did ballet
What more can I say?
He wanted her, she'd never tell
Secretly she wanted him as well
Translation: LVM is attracted to HVW (because, duh) and she may or may not reciprocate those feelings.
But all of her friends, stuck up their nose
They had a problem with his baggy clothes
He was a skater boy, she said, "see you later, boy"
He wasn't good enough for her
Translation: Her friends successfully convince her to have high standards and not drop them for some loser with his pants sagging around his ankles.
She had a pretty face, but her head was up in space
She needed to come back down to earth
Translation: "sHe'S sO HiGh mAiNtEnAnCe, sHe NeEdS tO LoWeR hEr sTaNdArDs"
Five years from now, she sits at home
Feeding the baby, she's all alone
She turns on TV, guess who she sees
Skater boy rockin' up MTV
Translation: Basically an incel revenge fantasy where single motherhood is punishment for the crime of having another man's baby.
She calls up her friends, they already know
And they've all got tickets to see his show
She tags along, stands in the crowd
Looks up at the man that she turned down
Translation: "hurr durr the girl who rejected me in high school is now a single mom and look at me I'm so successful!"
He was a skater boy, she said, "see you later, boy"
He wasn't good enough for her
Now he's a super star, slammin' on his guitar
Does your pretty face see what he's worth?
Translation: Jesus Christ Avril, why are you so fixated on this other woman's beauty? You sound jealous AF.
Sorry, girl, but you missed out
Well, tough, luck that boy's mine now
We are more than just good friends
This is how the story ends
Translation: "He picked ME! You hear that bitch? He might still be obsessed with you, but he chose ME! He loves ME! Not you! MEEEE!!!"
Too bad that you couldn't see
See the man that boy could be
There is more that meets the eye
I see the soul that is inside
Translation: "i'M nOt LiKe oThEr GiRLs"
He's just a boy, and I'm just a girl
Can I make it any more obvious?
We are in love, haven't you heard
How we rock each others world
Translation: So you're in love with this guy. Okay, cool. If he's so in love with you, then why is he still talking about an old crush from five years ago? You wrote a whole-ass song about her! Why do you even care? You're triumphantly singing this song like you've achieved some kind of great victory, but the only "prize" you've won is some dude with emotional baggage.
I'm with the skater boy, I said, "see you later, boy"
I'll be back stage after the show
I'll be at the studio, singing the song we wrote
About a girl you used to know
Translation: She's going to the studio with the man she loves to record a song about another woman. Does she not realize how cucked this makes her look?
Conclusion: This song may have resonated with me when I was a young teenager going through my "not like other girls" phase, but now that I'm an adult, all I see is a desperate pickme with internalized misogyny clinging to a manchild who is still obsessed with the girl who turned him down in high school.
I'm also picking up on some major red flags in the guy, namely triangulation. Why would this guy even be talking in such detail about an old flame with his current partner? All the information we have about ballet girl comes from the perspective of the skater boy. The POV singer mentions the other woman's "pretty face" twice... why? My guess is that the skater boy told her this whole story just to make his girlfriend jealous and insecure, and to make her angry at some other woman instead of him. He probably justifies his shit behavior such as emotional unavailability and refusal to commit because some girl bRoKe HiS hEaRt in the distant past. We don't even know for sure if the ballet girl actually reciprocated his feelings, for all we know the whole thing could have just been a fantasy he made up in his head. It's a story I've heard a million times before, but I one I would have bought when I was an inexperienced teenager.
Blech. I CRINGE at the memories of my former pickme teenage self nodding her head to this song like it was something profound. We ladies need to stop fighting with each other over LVM, they're just not worth it.
I feel like this song needs a 2020 reboot where Avril dumps the emotionally manipulative skater boy and gets with the beautiful ballet girl instead.
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2020.07.03 02:18 Memodean Questions from July 2, 2020 Online Game

Round 1:
  1. What started life being named 'Little People Originals' in 1978, and by 1983 riots broke out when people vied to purchase this rebranded toy with its new name? a. Cabbage Patch Kids
  2. In 2005, what product was introduced by Coca-Cola to market towards men who thought Diet Coke was too feminine? a. Coke Zero
  3. What happened, for the first time ever, on 6th May 1954 at Iffley Road Track in Oxford England? a. First sub-four-minute mile
  4. The most populous country in the world with a female head of state is what neighbor of India and Myanmar with a population of 162 million? a. Bangladesh (Sheikh Hasina)
  5. Of the three airports that service the New York City area, which one tops the list of the most delayed airport, both in percentage of late arrivals and length of delay of takeoff? a. Newark Liberty International
  6. Which amendment to the U.S. Constitution limits a President to two full terms or ten years? a. 22nd
  7. The musicals "A Chorus Line", "Assassins", and "Man of La Mancha" all lack what feature that is common among most Broadway musicals? a. An intermission
Round 2:
  1. Of the four major American sports leagues, which league allows for the most wild card spots in their playoffs? a. NFL (6)
  2. Which of the four Beatles was involved in a lengthy court battle when he was accused of plagiarizing The Chiffons’ “He’s So Fine” on one his solo hits? a. George Harrison (“My Sweet Lord”)
  3. Of copper, iron or magnesium, which metal is part of the chlorophyll molecule? a. Magnesium
  4. What three-digit number is most commonly given as the “page not found” error when performing online searches? a. 404
  5. Encompassing as much as 11 percent of all seeded plants, what is considered the largest family of flowering plants by far? a. Orchids
  6. True or false: The first three states to be admitted into the Union are the three states that comprise the tri-state area of Philadelphia. a. True
  7. The first “Forever Stamp” issued by the U.S. Postal Service in 2007 features what American iconic symbol on the face? a. Liberty Bell
MUSIC ROUND Oh, Canada (song and artist) Song Artist 1. Hallelujah Leonard Cohen 2. Run to You Bryan Adams 3. Sorry Justin Bieber 4. The Power of Love Celine Dion 5. Working for the Weekend Loverboy 6. Can’t Feel My Face The Weeknd 7. Complicated Avril Lavigne
Round 3:
  1. In 1949, a woman by the name of Sarah Christian became the first female participant in what sporting event? a. NASCAR
  2. Of alpha particle, beta particle, or gamma ray, what is considered the most penetrating form of radiation? a. Gamma ray
  3. What event caused a two-and-a-half year closure of the Washington Monument between August 23, 2011 and May 12, 2014? a. Earthquake
  4. Four U.S. presidents serving in three different centuries have been born in the same county in which Eastern state? a. Massachusetts
  5. What man, for whom a much more expensive make of car is named, is credited with designing the original Volkswagen? a. Ferdinand Porsche
  6. What movie’s sequel was the first movie to start the tradition of using Roman numerals (as in Part II) in the subsequent films’ titles? a. “The Godfather”
  7. What common word comes from the Old English for "The farmer who lives near you?" a. neighbor
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2020.06.22 18:37 makeitstop0611 Everyday feels like a bad breakup and I call this sabotage

Writing this as I am listening to Avril Lavigne. Makes me feel like an angsty teenager which I am not going through a breakup. So lame of me but that's not the point. Point is I am adult now and I never felt like I had a good childhood life.
I've never been in a relationship. Nor do I have a best friend. Maybe I've people around that I talk to, but I just don't feel like they are my friends. I feel so used. And I just let them walk over me, a pushover. Literally spineless. I'm such a beta. Whenever someone ask me to do something for them, I just agree. Even when I am busy or uninterested, I say yes. Others think I'm so gungho. But I just can't say no.
You know what my nparents told me when I'm no longer a child? They say they missed the child-me. The one that says yes all the time and would not talk back. That one quiet/shy kid. That kid nobody really cares because being quiet does not disrupt their lives. Well yes, maybe that kid is just shy. But quiet kids are often overlooked since they do not cause "real trouble". Maybe now I'm just an attention seeker but I digress.
I can't believe my nparents sabotage my childhood. Something so fundamental, so important. When I got accepted into college, they were shocked. They never would've thought I would make it. I made them highly aware that I will be going, they didn't believe me. Now I'm doing badly at my course, they are so jolly. At any given chance, they would happily talk about how I am such a bad student, how I should've picked an "easier" course. dafug excuse me but just stop.
I have theory, it just struck me. They do not want me to be successful. If I were to be "successful", I would have the means to be sustainable. I would not have to rely on anyone. My nparents would absolutely hate this. All they know is to "baby" me, telling me no, acting like a superior. It's sad but it's true. They want me to be a dependant. That's the only way they know how to live. It's sad but that's just reality. They have no live out of cursing/scolding me.
They would never admit that they are the reason for me failing. How if I had a question in class, I would not ask. I was afraid. Afraid that the profs/TA would scold me for asking. I apologise in every email if I sense that I will be inconveniencing their time. Well, they are doing their job, no need to be sorry for them. I can't. I can't sleep at night because of this little thing.
It sucks. I'm poor, failing, have low self-esteem. They sabotage me and I'm not sorry for saying this.
EDIT: Sorry for the bad phrasing in the first paragraph. It's just meant to say I'm sad that I don't have a fun childhood. Also, I need to stop apologising.
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