What do you do if you lack any real song writing ability or talent and look like you could be Billie Joe Armstrong from Green Day’s sister? Well you smudge on some black eye shadow, mess up your hair, smoke a fatty , pick up your uncool graffiti guitar, and belch out a song about how much you hate people under 29 and how you wish they would stick the iPad up their ass.

Where it seems the new wave hippie song writing subscribers are still infatuated with Apple, (note the first part of the song where she says: “I most  definitely, definitely touch myself when I think of Mac Products”) it appears the huge success of the iPad and it’s appeal to just about everyone has pissed in her pickles enough to write this song.

Dropping plenty of “F-Bombs” to accentuate her point she also adopts a famous old George Carlin comedy routine where he describes “The History And Many Uses Of The Word F#$k and how it could be used as almost every word in a sentence. Brilliant.

Check out the following video but make sure the volume is turned down if you are at work or have small children running around.

source: cult of mac

7 COMMENTS

  1. Wow you seriously posted this? Smith if you’re going to go this route, try to get all edgy on us with your entertainment selection, and I like that you’re heading maybe not necessarily in that specific direction but at least away from hot bluetooth deals, let me help you out.

  2. And you’re weakening the NSFW warning, tossing it around on some kid’s youtube video. The last MDLeaks, now that was nsfw, so NS that I didn’t put any girly pictures on it because that would just be a little too much (gotta work to get to that point). This isn’t safe for people who value time regardless of whether or not they’re at the office, waiting for something stupid to get slightly less stupid and then the zinger of it turns out to be a girl singing a happy little song with hostile lyrics, great, oh and she’s not afraid to smoke dope on youtube, bonus points right there. Moreover I’d say what this is actually more not safe for and that is social situations where you might be regarded by others with skepticism for seeking out this type of content to view or worse yet to post for others on your website.

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