PeterMcDermott: Surely this violates the Geneva Convention, or at the very least, basic standards of human decency?
What, that horrible baldy old man grappling with the luscious beauty that is Natalie Dawn?
I definitely agree.
Two catchy tunes are twice as awesome, so you rock out twice as hard. You rock out so hard that you stumble backward through a secret door and down a flight of stairs.
You are in the basement. Stairs lead up to the dance floor.
The basement is full of jaded hipsters. They're so over Pomplamoose, and dance music, and dancing, and music.
One of the hipsters drops a completely novel analysis of the meaning of the term 'pop'.
One of the hipsters rants about capitalism and advertising. The other hipsters furiously retweet it on their iDevices, but ironically.
One of the hipsters makes a frankly stunning observation that some electronic dance music sounds similar to some other electronic dance music. You'd think that would make them prime candidates for mixing, and that perhaps said similarity is likely to be more pronounced when the lyrics and chords of each song are very deliberately intertwined, but what do you know?
The other hipsters attempt to determine which of them heard about the 'all songs have the same chords' gag first.
You're not fooling anybody, you know.
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