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Can you name the lyrics to Cee Lo's new song?
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Oct 11th, 2010 at 02:46 GMT
Censored or uncensored, this is this one of the best songs of the year.
Oct 11th, 2010 at 04:05 GMT
I listened to the song first. Nothing wrong with expanding your horizons, right?
Oct 11th, 2010 at 16:11 GMT
I've gotta be honest, RG- I certainly wouldn't have expected this quiz from you, and I also would've assumed it had been done already. And what about the background "Oh ****, she's a gold digga/Just thought you should know, *****"?
Oct 12th, 2010 at 03:16 GMT
It was inspired by a combination of two events. A long family debate over the use, overuse and misuse of the "f-bomb" in speech and text. My wife is just dead set against it saying no one has ever sounded more intelligent because they use the word (which is probably true). My kids say that it's not as offensive a word to their generation (which is probably true).
My opinion is that the reason it's called 'salty language' is that it should be treated like a spice. Add it too often and it loses its flavor. I don't think kids should be using it on Facebook, because in ten years time, websearch tools will be so sophisticated employers will be able to review anything you've ever said on the Net, even under an alias.
The second event was the debut of "Forget You" atop the UK charts this weekend, blocking the widely expected #1 duet by Robbie Williams & Gary Barlow. In retrospect, I probably shouldn't be surprised. As I said, it's a just terrific pop song.
Finally I wanted to see how high "forget" would appear in the answers. At present, 97.7% of players got the word "forget" correct.
You all tried "forget", not the alternate answer, right?
Feb 18th, 2011 at 06:33 GMT
"Forget" actually scans better with the beat of the song. :) My opinion is that even though I honestly don't use those words (speaking of which, shouldn't "shh" be an alternate for "s***"?) or do those behaviors that we keep getting warned about posting online, I don't think employers should be using a recreational tool like Facebook for their employee research in the first place. If we behave professionally as good corporate drones on company time, then we should be allowed to behave naturally as real human beings on our own time. And any employer who refuses to hire a person for dropping an f-bomb 10 years ago online probably has their priorities too screwed up to run their business properly.
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