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  • In fairness, that's very like going into the bedroom and taking a big, steaming shiat on your pillow and leaving it there: both are annoying, gross, inconvenient to remove, and might get you seriously judged if seen by others.

    The only real difference is no one is likely to fall asleep or die of boredom while taking a shiat on someone's pillow, but the same cannot be said of listening to Owl City.
  • Don't post what you listen to on FB? This is hard?
  • First World Problems: Things came to a head when she listened to the pop band Owl City. Spotify posted to Matt's Facebook account that he had been listening to Owl City, Carly Rae Jepsen and other sugary pop groups. That didn't sit well, especially considering he's a drummer in some rock bands that definitely don't lean toward pop sounds.
  • Things came to a head when she listened to the pop band Owl City. Spotify posted to Matt's Facebook account that he had been listening to Owl City, Carly Rae Jepsen and other sugary pop groups.

    "He was the one that begged me and begged me to use his account and use his own playlists," she said. "When I did it, he got all bent out of shape because he didn't appreciate my terrible taste in music."

    His indie rock buddies and other friends mocked him mercilessly.


    1. Be a man
    2. Tell your stupid hipster indie rock friends to go fark themselves.
    3. Turn off the option to post what you're listening too to facebook. No one gives a shiat what you're listening too anyway
    4. Stop liking what I don't like
    5. Profit?
  • By Kevin Coffey
    WORLD-HERALD STAFF WRITER



    Subby fails reading comprehension. The author is a columnist for the newspaper, not someone writing a letter of complaint. Dave Barry must really confuse you.
  • I have a wife now?, how drunk was I last night.
  • abhorrent1: Things came to a head when she listened to the pop band Owl City. Spotify posted to Matt's Facebook account that he had been listening to Owl City, Carly Rae Jepsen and other sugary pop groups.

    "He was the one that begged me and begged me to use his account and use his own playlists," she said. "When I did it, he got all bent out of shape because he didn't appreciate my terrible taste in music."

    His indie rock buddies and other friends mocked him mercilessly.

    1. Be a man
    2. Tell your stupid hipster indie rock friends to go fark themselves.
    3. Turn off the option to post what you're listening too to facebook. No one gives a shiat what you're listening too anyway
    4. Stop liking what I don't like
    5. Profit?


    Holy good gawd THIS.
    What a f*cking pansy.
    People take music way WAY too seriously. If you're offended that people like music you don't like, it's time to realize you have severe confidence and self-esteem issues.
  • What do you call a guy who hangs out with musicians?

    Drummer.
  • Jake Havechek: What do you call a guy who hangs out with musicians?

    Drummer.


    What do you call a drummer without a girlfriend?

    Homeless.

    /former drummer, love these jokes
  • gregory311: Jake Havechek: What do you call a guy who hangs out with musicians?
    Drummer.
    What do you call a drummer without a girlfriend?
    Homeless.
    /former drummer, love these jokes


    Drummers always have the best drummer jokes.
  • My wife and I have our own separate accounts on the computers at home. That way, we can set everything up the way we want to set it up, and have things our own way. And no, we're not keeping secrets from each other- we know each others' passwords for the computer itself, and usually the one has to log the other out before using the computer next. We did it so that we can set things up however we like without affecting the other. If the couple in the article have completely different tastes in music, why the fark are they sharing a spotify account? Are they that tech- afraid that the idea of logging out of one account and logging in to another worries them? There are actually people that go to counseling for this? Jesus! The solution is simple: get separate accounts if your tastes are that incompatible. Same thing with the facebook BS. My wife's cousin and her husband do this. Hubby is a youth pastor, and he's fairly young and good- looking. So some of the girls in his group were being a bit flirty with him on FB. They decided to share an FB account to put a stop to it. I suppose it works for them, but it wouldn't have been that hard for him to explain the the girls that that was inappropriate behavior even on FB, and that he would block them if they kept doing it. Problem solved.
  • abhorrent1: Things came to a head when she listened to the pop band Owl City. Spotify posted to Matt's Facebook account that he had been listening to Owl City, Carly Rae Jepsen and other sugary pop groups.

    "He was the one that begged me and begged me to use his account and use his own playlists," she said. "When I did it, he got all bent out of shape because he didn't appreciate my terrible taste in music."

    His indie rock buddies and other friends mocked him mercilessly.

    1. Be a man
    2. Tell your stupid hipster indie rock friends to go fark themselves.
    3. Turn off the option to post what you're listening too to facebook. No one gives a shiat what you're listening too anyway
    4. Stop liking what I don't like
    5. Profit?


    Yeah, holy shiatballs, God forbid your buddies see that you like something they don't consider "manly" or whatever.

    I mean, that's what the point of the article was, but...wow. This guy is a douche. So's this one:

    Ben Reynolds and his wife, Nikki, also share a DVR. Mostly, things are fine, but he occasionally fills up the box with too many episodes of "Two and a Half Men" or she forgets to record a sporting event for long enough (sometimes, they go over their timeslot and the DVR will stop recording).

    It has led to arguments.

    "It also stinks that it actually forces me to sometimes watch 'Grey's Anatomy,'" Reynolds said.


    Truly, the world is coming to an end.
  • balki1867: First World Problems: Things came to a head when she listened to the pop band Owl City. Spotify posted to Matt's Facebook account that he had been listening to Owl City, Carly Rae Jepsen and other sugary pop groups. That didn't sit well, especially considering he's a drummer in some rock bands that definitely don't lean toward pop sounds.


    I feel sorry for the guy if he and his wife have kids and the family use a shared Netflix account.

    Who am I kidding, this guy's probably going to die a lonely bachelor.
  • So I opened up Spotify and checked out Owl City. That was pretty terrible. Still it is sad though that someone really cares so much about what their friends think about the music they listen to. How hard is it to say that your wife uses your account?
  • Indie music died when Throwing Muses broke up.

    /get off my lawn
  • I know reading the article is so 2007 but this

    "It comes up on a nightly basis at my house," said Brier Jirka, sex therapist with Methodist Physicians Clinic Women's Center Pelvic Pain and Sexual Medicine Center.

    How does that and even work?
  • What is Owl City?
    What is Spotify?
  • BalugaJoe: What is Owl City?
    What is Spotify?


    ditto
  • theMightyRegeya: abhorrent1: Things came to a head when she listened to the pop band Owl City. Spotify posted to Matt's Facebook account that he had been listening to Owl City, Carly Rae Jepsen and other sugary pop groups.

    "He was the one that begged me and begged me to use his account and use his own playlists," she said. "When I did it, he got all bent out of shape because he didn't appreciate my terrible taste in music."

    His indie rock buddies and other friends mocked him mercilessly.

    1. Be a man
    2. Tell your stupid hipster indie rock friends to go fark themselves.
    3. Turn off the option to post what you're listening too to facebook. No one gives a shiat what you're listening too anyway
    4. Stop liking what I don't like
    5. Profit?

    Yeah, holy shiatballs, God forbid your buddies see that you like something they don't consider "manly" or whatever.

    I mean, that's what the point of the article was, but...wow. This guy is a douche. So's this one:

    Ben Reynolds and his wife, Nikki, also share a DVR. Mostly, things are fine, but he occasionally fills up the box with too many episodes of "Two and a Half Men" or she forgets to record a sporting event for long enough (sometimes, they go over their timeslot and the DVR will stop recording).

    It has led to arguments.

    "It also stinks that it actually forces me to sometimes watch 'Grey's Anatomy,'" Reynolds said.

    Truly, the world is coming to an end.


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  • justneal: BalugaJoe: What is Owl City?
    What is Spotify?

    ditto


    Thirded
  • GAH! i'm trying to be a goth here, geez. Way to ruin my internet cred, girlfriend and pop music.. no one will beleive i hate my life now :(
  • Jake Havechek: Indie music died when Throwing Muses broke up.

    /get off my lawn


    then what do you make of this?
  • tbhouston: GAH! i'm trying to be a goth here, geez. Way to ruin my internet cred, girlfriend and pop music.. no one will beleive i hate my life now :(


    if you're listening to Owl City, I would believe it.
  • balki1867: First World Problems: Things came to a head when she listened to the pop band Owl City. Spotify posted to Matt's Facebook account that he had been listening to Owl City, Carly Rae Jepsen and other sugary pop groups. That didn't sit well, especially considering he's a drummer in some rock bands that definitely don't lean toward pop sounds.


    THIS. Jeez. Sometimes I hate Western society.
  • author hasn't been married very long. my wife left my bed yeeeears ago, set up her own bedroom, she doesn't need me snoring and farting on her when she has to get up for work in the morning. the honeymoon was over before most assholes on the internet were even born.

    share a PC with my wife? what are you, high? we don't even eat dinner together. grow up. marriage is nice for a short time then life sucks and you play the 'who's gonna die first?' waiting game. insurance policies are the gamble that always pays, my friends. winner takes all.
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