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Does it bother you when pop stars or pop fans wear metal or rock t-shirts yet couldn't tell you

Author : rip

Submitted : 2017-06-12 01:28:29    Popularity:     

Tags: fans  wear  stars  bother  pop  

YES. Of course I do, it gets me on my nerves everytime I see someone wearing a BMTH or Asking Alexandria shi(r)t. I just wonder "why the fück do you l

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YES.

Of course I do, it gets me on my nerves everytime I see someone wearing a BMTH or Asking Alexandria shi(r)t. I just wonder "why the fück do you like a crappy band like this?". As I were the one who holds the truth. People war and listen to what they want, I just think they should look beyond their domes to realize what's really good music if you can say so.

At that point its just a t-shirt. But they are allowed to wrar whatever they want. But in the same breath people are allowed to say stuff about it. You wear it at your own risk.

EVERYBODY DRINK

Ref item #7 (poser hating) on the official unofficial 2017 Rock & Pop Everybody Drink questions list: https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index...

By the way, who gives a damn what clothes other people wear? If you have the means to acquire a Tshirt, that's the only reason you need to wear it.

We're all musical experts, aren't we?

I'm assuming that you've conducted exhausted interviews to make sure this assertion is correct. Talking to multiple people to make sure you have a decent control for study, and not just a single anecdotal example. Correct?

Either way, meh.

yes it bothers me so much i can't even concentrate at work, can't even walk a straight line and can't even drive a stick, yes it bothers me so much i'm loosing sleep because of it, yeah

Nope

Yes because they try to be cool, no because it keeps the good music acknowledged and money is spent to keep what I like alive

Do people do that?



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