Boys Night Out (super fun/super fear)


I was there the day they shot this video, it was super fun, you can see me near the end, I'm the blonde girl making out with Conor.

I really tried to write a post about the Boys Night Out show me and Super young went to on Saturday. But I wrote for two hours and...you know that parable

"A million monkeys banging on a million typewriters for a million years will eventually reproduce the entire works of Shakespeare."

Well my post looked more like monkey # 1's first day. So I gave up, all I can say was it was so much fun I retarded myself. See you later, work I have to do this week.

It was funny to see how the audience had grown up, usually BNO shows are 50% high school twink, but this time the Opera House, which was absolutely packed, had a lot more guys above 100lbs and less girls wearing DC shoes (the official sign a girl is too young stipulated in Section 5b of the perv's handbook). Later I asked my Youth Culture Consultant Gordy what high school kids are listening to these days. He showed me this and it blew my mind.



Thanks to BNO for getting us in, wicked show.  One girl got so horny she took off her bra and threw it on stage.

2 comments:

  1. holy shit. That video at the end blew my mind. read the "critical reception" segment of their wikipedia entry. it basically represents exactly how i feel.

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  2. Despite early commerical success, favorable critical reviews have been elusive. Metal Edge magazine has called Brokencyde "fucking horrendous".[13] "Thrash Magazine" has called them "a mockery to the world of music".[14] British commentator Warren Ellis calls Brokencyde's "Freaxxx" music video "a near-perfect snapshot of everything that’s shit about this point in the culture".[15]

    And

    Look at the member names.

    Se7en (David) – screamed vocals, rap vocals (2006–present)

    Mikl (Mike) – autotune clean vocals (2006–present)

    Phat J (Jason) – synths, guitars, beats, backup vocals, backup screams (2007–present)

    Antz (Anthony) – fog machine and lights (2008–present)

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