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Lil Wayne’s Got Nothin’ on Me!

Lil Wayne wanted to know if this girl was down for a sing-off.

Know what she said?

Image      vs.  Image

“Honestly, I’m down like the economy!”

Compare this (start at 2:24-3:00):

Lyrics here: 

To this (start at 1:02-1:43):

(I changed the gender pronouns.  I do that kind of thing a lot.)

Readers, what do you think?

PS.  Wayne, I love and respect you no matter what (not really, but just didn’t want to come off as judgmental and also wanted to soften this next part), BUT your body is a temple…why would you want to put graffiti on it?  Join the LDS Church and I’ll help you pay to get rid of those tats (but readers FYI you don’t have to do that if you want to become a Mormon-just thought I’d clear that up)…

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BACK UP YOUR DATA!

(Warning:  there are a few instances of taking the Lord’s name in vain)

LOVE the acting in this clip.  The tension between Carrie and Aidan in the repair shop is BRILLIANT!

SUCH A GOOD TAKE-AWAY MESSAGE!

“My whole life is on that computer.”   I feel ya, Carrie girlBoy do I ever.

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You have to pick your battles, but once you pick them…..

YOU HAVE TO FIGHT!

“Everyday I fight for all my future somethings.  A thousand little wars I have to choose between.”

#I used this song in a promotional video.  Check it stat!

#this song has a suggestive title, but it’s not risque I promise!  It’s about stripping away all the gimmicks and facades that we use to cover our true selves.  Check it, stat.

#such an anthem!  even more than “Pocketful of Sunshine”

#Prima Sara, this one’s for you!

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Have you ever seen a picture of yourself and you remember how you felt at the time, and it wasn’t necessarily what showed?

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This is one of those pictures.  On the outside I just look like  a girl with high cheekbones, a great sense of color, and someone who could sport a red lip with confidence and class.  But on the inside, I was hurting pretty badly.  Everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.  Even beautiful people.  Be kind.

 

Sometimes beauty isn’t recognized

when it contrasts with what you feel inside.

Natasha Bedingfield

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